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Planning for Oaktable World 2015
Planning starts earlier and earlier each year. The first year 2012, I started up the conference two week before the event! Thanks to all the help from Oaktable members we pulled off an awesome conference. Wow.
Every year we try something something different.
The first year, 2012, was 2 days and in one small though awesome room called the community lounge. It’s round and 3 stories tall and when not being used for Oaktable World it often sports a field of 2 foot tall mushrooms with iPads embedded in their crowns.
The next year, 2013, we expand to two tracks over two days. It was tough to decided which track to attend because they were both great.
Thus in 2014 we went back to one room but got the biggest room at the venue and packed it for 2 days.
In 2015 we followed the same format as 2014 with 2 days of one track in the theater room of the Creativity Museum.
What will 2016 hold? 3 days? more rooms? a SQL day?
Another idea is to have a day of SQL tuning and relational foundations. The dream would be to have Dan Tow, Chris Date, Fabian Pascal, Jonathan Lewis, Carlos Sierra, Maria Colgan, and Karen Morton and etc talk about SQL and and relational foundations.
And of course still have all the great bits, bytes and process dump internals that Oaktable is famous for on other days along with insights on new technologies on the other two days.
Oaktable World couldn’t happen without the generous support of Oaktable members, Pythian, Delphix and Enkitec/Accenture.
Past Oaktable Worlds videos
See details of Oaktable World past years at this link.
- Riyaj Shamsudeen: in-memory internals slides & blog post
- Chris Antognini: Indexes: Structure, Splits and Free Space Management Internals video & slides
- Martin Bach: A deep dive into HCC internals and mechanics video
- Jonathan Lewis:Calculating Selectivity slides & video
- Greg Rahn: The Current State of SQL + Hadoop video
- Kevin Closson:SLOB – For More Than I/O! slides & video
- Toon: Why DBMS’s Still Lack SQL Assertions Support (A polite excuse) slides & Video
- Carlos Sierra: introducing edb360 tool slides &video
- Kent Graziano: Worst Practices in DW Design slides & video
- Tanel Poder: Hacking Oracle 12c video
- Jeremiah Wilton: Oracle on EC2: You’re doing it wrong video
- Connor McDonald: clone db slides & video
- Frits Hoogland: Profiling the logwriter and database writer (with version 188.8.131.52 update) slides & video
- Alex Gorbachev: Anomaly detection on performance data video
- Karl Arao: Capacity Planning: SLAs, KPIs, Headroom, Expiry Date
- Eric Grancher: using ASH to understand IO issues slides and screen capture & video
- Jonathan Lewis: Breaking Exadata slides & video
- Jonathan Gennick: Seven Secrets in Publishing video
- Cary Millsap – The most important “trick” of performance instrumentation slides & video
- Jonah Harris: network protocal hacking making Oracle talk with MySQL video
- Jonathan Lewis:Parallel Execution Plans slides & video
- Kent Graziano: Data Vault 2.0: using MD5 hash for change detection video
- Alex Gorbachev: 100Miles video
- Kerry Osborne: How to Hire World Class Oracle Dudes and Dudettes video
- Jonathan Lewis – Pessimist view of Exadata, video , presentation small, large
- Cary Millsap – Grand Unified Theory of “Tuning”, video
- Kyle Hailey – Database Virtualization and Instant Cloning, video
- Tanel Poder – video: hacker session
- Tim Gorman – Exchange Partition , video
- Karl Arao – Where did my CPU go?
- Christian Antognini – Cursor Sharing , sql queries , video
- Connor McDonald – RAC Upgrade Nightmare , video
- Brendan Gregg – USE Method for Performance Tuning, video
- Alex Gorbachev – ASM failures live (some scripts), video
- Gwen Shapira – Big Disasters
- Kevin Closson – SLOB and what’s it got to do with Exadata , video
- Greg Rahn – Beyond Relational Databases ,video
Oracle “Ted” Talks
- John Hurley – OS Truth, little white lies, and the Oracle Wait Interface
- Paul Vallee – video
- Martin Klier – ”The Connectivity Issue” (Server change, DBA and an Oscilloscope)