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Performance Days

The virtual Live-Event to gain maximum Oracle Database knowledge and to meet international specialists from all over the world. 
Oct. 27. & 28. 2020,
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Meet international Oracle Database performance specialists and improve your skills

Trivadis will host the 11th Performance Days congress with top guest speakers. As in the previous years the focus will be on Oracle Database performance and query optimization. Since performance is not simply a product one can buy but rather the results of an accurate planning and a correct implementation, the talks will present valuable techniques not only for troubleshooting performance problems, but also to avoid them in first place.

Impressions from last year!

What you will learn

Performance Days will provide a lot of valuable and practical information to diagnosing, resolving and avoiding performance problems in applications involving Oracle Database.

The speakers covered topics such as:
  • How you should be measuring and testing your upgrades and migrations
  • Most common performance problems and how to troubleshoot them
  • In-depth look at how Oracle Database parses SQL statements
  • Problems, workarounds and common practices related to object statistics and indexes
  • Which technologies enhance and in some cases self-tune performance in an ADW environment


  • Leveraging the query rewrite capabilities of materialized views
  • Thorough look at the performance of parallel hash join
  • How to design and build database applications that are easier to monitor, manage, and maintain
  • What are the features that Oracle Database provides to improve the performance of distinct operations?
  • How the logwriter really works
  • New performance-related features in recent Oracle Database versions
Exclusive Speakers

You can look forward to these speakers at the 11th annual Performance Days

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Cary Millsap is an entrepreneur, writer, teacher, designer, developer, consultant, and software performance specialist. He has presented at hundreds of events around the world, and his innovations and teaching have influenced thousands of Oracle professionals. Mr. Millsap is a Vice President at Cintra Software and Services (www.cintra.com) and the owner of Method R Corporation (method-r.com).

He is the author of “The Method R Guide to Mastering Oracle Trace Data, 3rd Edition” and the lead designer of the Method R Workbench software suite. He wrote the book “Optimizing Oracle Performance,” for which he and colleague Jeff Holt were named Oracle Magazine’s 2004 Authors of the Year. He is published in professional journals including “Communications of the ACM.”

Cary Millsap
President, Method R Corporation
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Chinar Aliyev has been working with Oracle Database more than 10 years (since Oracle 8i) and specializes in tuning and troubleshooting Oracle Database performance problems. His areas of interest include SQL optimization, optimizer internals, parallel execution, and database designing. He is an Oracle Database 11g Certified Master and an Oracle Database 11g Performance Tuning Certified Expert. He currently works as a database architect at eProseed ( https://www.eproseed.com/ ). Chinar Aliyev is also board member of AzerOUG (Azerbaijan Oracle User Group - http://azeroug.org/).
Chinar Aliyev
Database Architect, eProseed
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Christian Antognini is a strong believer that at the core it is all about the data, and on how effectively companies process and take advantage of it. For that reason, since 1995 he has focused on the efficient use of database engines. His main interests include logical and physical database design, query optimizers, and basically everything else related to data processing and application performance management. He is currently working as a senior principal consultant and trainer at Trivadis in Zürich, Switzerland.

Since 2001, Christian has presented at 100+ conferences and user-group meetings in two dozen countries. He is a proud member of the OakTable Network and is an Oracle ACE Director. He is the author of Troubleshooting Oracle Performance (Apress, 2008/2014) and the co-author of Der Oracle DBA (Hanser, 2011/2016).

Christian Antognini
Senior Principal Consultant, Trivadis
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Dani Schnider works as Senior Principal Consultant, trainer and Data Warehouse Lead Architect for Trivadis, a database consulting company in Zurich/Switzerland. Since 1994, he is working with Oracle databases (version 6 to 19c), since 1997 mainly in Data Warehouse projects. His main focus is architecture, data modeling and physical design of data warehouses, but he also works in development of ETL processes as well as SQL performance tuning.

Dani is co-author of the books “Data Warehousing mit Oracle – Business Intelligence in der Praxis” (Hanser Verlag, 2011) and "Data Warehouse Blueprints" (Hanser Verlag, 2016). He is Oracle ACE and writes about Data Warehousing with Oracle on his blog danischnider.wordpress.com, publishes articles and presents his practical knowledge on conferences.

Dani Schnider
Senior Principal Consultant, Trivadis
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Frits Hoogland is an IT professional specializing in Oracle Database performance and internals. Frits frequently presents on Oracle technical topics at conferences around the world. In 2009 he received an Oracle ACE award from the Oracle Technology Network and a year later became an Oracle ACE Director.

In 2010 he joined the OakTable Network. In addition to developing his Oracle expertise, Frits works with modern operating systems. Frits currently works at the Accenture Enkitec group.

Frits Hoogland
Principal Consultant, Accenture
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Jonathan Lewis is a well-known figure in the Oracle world with more than 32 years experience using the software. He has published three books about Oracle - the most recent being "Oracle Core" published by Apress Nov 2011 - and contributed to three others. He runs a couple of websites and contributes fairly regularly to newsgroups, forums, and User Group magazines and events around the world. Jonathan has been self-employed for most of his time in the IT industry.

For the last 21 years he has specialised in short-term assignments, typically of a design, review, or trouble-shooting nature. He used to run seminars about using Oracle all over the world and has visited more than 50 different countries to talk about, or trouble-shoot, Oracle systems, but has reduced his travel to a minimum over the last couple of years and only leaves the UK occasionally for special events.

Jonathan Lewis
Independent Consultant
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Based in Canberra, Australia, Richard has been working in the IT industry for nearly 30 years, 20 plus years with Oracle database technologies. Richard has supported and diagnosed the performance of numerous highly secure, mission-critical, large-scale applications. In 2002, he became a member of the world-renowned Oracle OakTable Network and an Oracle ACE Director in 2008. Richard is a very popular speaker and regularly presents at conferences including Oracle OpenWorld, IOUG Collaborate, Hotsos Symposium, AUSOUG InSync, ODTUG Kscope, UKOUG Conference and the E4 Enkitec Extreme Exadata Expo. He is especially renowned for his research and knowledge of Oracle indexing structures, hosts an internationally acclaimed blog on Index Internals and has developed in-depth seminars on Oracle Internals which he has presented in over some 18 countries. In 2017 Richard started his own independent consulting and training business.
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Independent Consultant
Sabina Petride

Sabina Petride has been an Oracle database developer, manager and consultant for the past 15 years, right after graduate school. She has worked on support for XML in the Oracle Database, primarily on the binary XML storage, utilities and query processing and its usage for Fusion Security, followed by a 6 year involvement with the Oracle Labs on the RAPID project, building a new distributed SQL query accelerator on custom hardware.

Since 2016 she has been with the SQL execution core group, where she has developed bitmap-based COUNT DISTINCT computation, partitioned query result cache, and is an on-going contributor to temporary table transformation framework, with a focus on in-memory temporary query materialization.

You can find a list of patents and papers Sabina has contributed to at https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1bGO4bEAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao .

Sabina Petride
Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Shasank Chavan

Shasank Chavan leads an amazing team of brilliant engineers in the Database organization who develop customer-facing, performance-critical features for an In-Memory Columnar Store which, as Larry Ellison proclaimed, “processes data at ungodly speeds”. His team implements novel SIMD kernels and hardware acceleration technology for blazing fast columnar data processing, optimized data formats and compression technology for efficient in-memory storage, algorithms and techniques for fast in-memory join and aggregation processing, and optimized in-memory data access and storage solutions in general. His team is currently hyper-focused on leveraging emerging hardware technologies to build the next-generation data storage engine that powers the cloud.

Shasank earned his BS/MS in Computer Science at the University of California, San Diego. He has accumulated 15+ patents over a span of 20 years working on systems software technology.

Shasank Chavan
Vice President, In-Memory Technologies, Oracle

Do not miss the 11th Performance Days 2020

Agenda Performance Days

Day 1

Time Programme
09:00 – 09:10 Welcome
09:10 – 10:30 STAGE 1: How to Look at Performance Problems (Jonathan Lewis)
11:00 – 12:20 STAGE 1: Optimizer Statistics: The Key To Efficient, Scalable Databases and Applications (Richard Foote)
STAGE 2: Technical Deep Dive into ADW Performance Technologies (Shasank Chavan)
13:30 – 14:50 STAGE 1: New Performance Features in Recent Oracle Database Versions (Christian Antognini)
STAGE 2: A Deep Dive into Oracle Database Statement Parsing (Frits Hoogland)
15:20 – 16:40 STAGE 1: A Richer Understanding of Software Performance through Two Simple Spreadsheets (Cary Millsap)
16:40 – 18:00 Q&A Session (ask the experts) + Apéro

Day 2

Time Programme
09:10 – 10:30 STAGE 1: 15 Things You Might Not Know But Really Should About Oracle Indexes (Richard Foote)
11:00 – 12:20 STAGE 1: Query Rewrite: The Supreme League of Materialized Views (Dani Schnider)
STAGE 2: The Parallel Hash Join Performance (Chinar Aliyev)
13:30 – 14:50 STAGE 1: Some Things You Probably Didn't Know about Oracle Tracing (Cary Millsap)
STAGE 2: The Logwriter 2020: the Good, the Stats and the Ugly (Frits Hoogland)
15:20 – 16:40 STAGE 1: Engineering Indexes (Jonathan Lewis)
STAGE 2: A Faster Way to Do COUNT ( DISTINCT ) (Sabina Petride)
When?
  • October 27 & 28, 2020
  • 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where?

Virtual Live-Event

(In recent years the participants had the opportunity to meet with the speakers and other participants after the first day in an informal atmosphere over a drink. We would like to offer this opportunity as well in a virtual setting, after the official end of the first day.)

Attendance Fee
Early booking pays off
Book your ticket at least 3 months before the start of the event and take advantage of the early bird special.

Online Ticket
> early bird special
(until 31. August 2020)
690.- CHF/EUR .

> regular online ticket
890.- CHF/EUR

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  • Knowledge from more then 1.900 IT-Projects / Year
  • High-Class Trainings since 1994
  • Locations in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Denmark
  • More then 120 IT-Consultants and trainer

We provide special rates for your team or for students. If you want to bring your colleagues, please contact us.

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The 11th "Performance Days" Convention

  • Brand new and first-hand ORACLE topics
  • From practice to practice
  • Exclusive guest-speakers
  • Communication-Platform and Networking


Performance Days Ticket + 7.7% Mwst CH

You can also order your ticket obligatory by invoice.

Impressions

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