Practical Active Session History for Developers

Active Session History (ASH) data significantly changed how we can do database performance tuning when it was introduced in 10g, and with each release of the database it captures more information and we can do more with it. This presentation will briefly touch on the basic principles and then move to look at some examples from real-life where directly mining ASH data pointed the way to the root, causing some interesting problems. The key message here is that ASH is not just for the DBA, but it is something that developers should be accustomed to use.

Dienstag, 21.11.2017
08:30 - 09:15
Neu Delhi
Fortgeschrittene
English
Development: DB Development
Kurtz

David Kurtz

Accenture Enkitec Group
Oracle ACE-DirectorOracle OAK-Table
David Kurtz has worked with the Oracle database since 1989 and with PeopleSoft ERP applications since 1996, specialising in system performance tuning. He is a regular presenter at Oracle and PeopleSoft conferences. He is the author of PeopleSoft for the Oracle DBA (www.psftdba.com), and blogs about PeopleSoft (blog.psftdba.com) and Oracle (blog.go-faster.co.uk). David is a member of the Oak Table.

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