About two months after Oracle closed the calls for Oracle OpenWorld 2010 presentations back in March, this Wednesday Oracle finally deliveried the accptance notices. Two of my presentations were accepted for the technical sessions of this year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference:
1)Session ID: S316970, Title: Enabling Database-as-a-Service through Agile, Self-service Provisioning, co-presenters: Kai Yu (Dell), Rajat Nigam(Oracle), Akanksha Sheoran(Oracle)
Abstract: Database-as-a-service is becoming a reality. More and more datacenters are moving to a Self-Service model where users can request databases and get it in minutes. Learn how Enterprise manager’s Provisioning solution can enable such agile database-on-demand. Customers can now deploy tens of databases in a few minutues using self-service methods and without relying on pages of documentation.
2) Session ID: S316263, Title: Monitoring and Diagnosing Oracle RAC Performance with Oracle Enterprise Manager, co-presenters: Kai Yu (Dell), Rajat Nigam(Oracle).
Abstract: DBAs may use some homegrown scripts based on v$views and gv$views for performance monitoring and diagnosis. Today Oracle Enterprise Manager provides a much more effective way to manage database performance. It not only identifies root causes of performance issues but also gives impact ratios and recommended solutions. This session discusses the performance monitoring and diagnosing features in Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g and presents some tuning examples to show step-by-step methods for monitoring real-time Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) 11g database performance and then diagnosing performance issues by using the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor feature and navigating performance pages in Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g.