Wednesday, June 18, 2014

9th Planboard DBA Symposium

A couple of months ago, Nienke Gijsen invited me to speak about materialized views at the upcoming Planboard DBA Symposium. Because I had the pleasure of presenting before, I knew the conference is always well organized and a pleasure to visit. So of course I accepted the invitation. We agreed I'd talk on "just" incremental refreshes of materialized views using materialized view logs and about my experience at client sites with MV logs. Since the central theme of all presentations is about sharing real world Oracle database related stories to help fellow DBA's, this fitted nicely.

During the day I visited four other interesting presentations:
- Edwin Biemond, about using Puppet to get to a fully working database and Fusion Middleware environment in minutes,
- Eric Zonneveld, about using I/O Resource Management on Exadata in a huge database environment at KPN,
- Yuri van Buren, about using AWR reports and ADDM reports together to get the best view on what might be wrong within the database,
- Bernhard de Cock Buning, who used a poll to talk about the four most voted for topics related to 12c: Multiple indexes on same column list, Adaptive SQL Plans, SQL row limits and Flex ASM.

My own presentation about materialized view logs can be downloaded from the "Presentations and Papers" section, and via these two links: powerpoint (pptx) and scripts (zip).

Thanks Nienke, Eric and Corne for organizing such a fine conference again.

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