Fill the Glass Live! Hosted by Cary Millsap with Alex Fatkulin, Jason Arneil and Hank Tullis

Join Cary Millsap with Alex Fatkulin, Jason Arneil and Hank Tullis in a conversation about Oracle engineered systems. Fill the Glass Live! was filmed at Enkitec’s annual E4 conference in Dallas, Texas on June 2, 2015.

Fill the Glass Episode 3: Toon Koppelaars and the notion of moving application logic into the Database

Cary Millsap welcomes Toon Koppelaars to Episode 3 of Fill the Glass webinar series. Toon is an “old school” relational database professional. He’s convinced the relational model of data is here to stay, and has co-authored a book on this very topic titled “Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals” (Apress, 2007).

Next to being a relational dude, he’s also a long-time Oracle user. During his career he has worked in both developer (Pro*C, SQLForms, JDeveloper, Apex), as well as DBA roles (Oracle version 4 upwards). At the beginning of this millenium he authored the infamous “TheHelsinkiDeclaration.blogspot.com” blog, as a response to the trend, ignited by the arrival of Java and the JEE architecture, to move all application-logic out of the DBMS (away from PLSQL) and into Java “du-jour” frameworks. Currently Toon is a member of Oracle’s Real-World Performance team, where he troubleshoots performance issues most commonly caused by the aforementioned trend.

Fill the Glass Episode 2: The Oracle Exadata Database Machine and the Wunderschön Wonders of Smart Scan

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Cary Millsap welcomes Enkitec engineered system specialist Martin Bach in episode 2 of Fill the Glass. Martin will guide us in this information-packed hour through a tour of the extensive collection of Oracle Exadata internal technologies commonly ca … [Continue reading]

Where Did My CPU Go? Enkitec & Redgate Webinar by Karl Arao

This webinar focuses on CPU monitoring and capacity planning. Karl highlights scenarios typically encountered on a massively consolidated environment. For example, an environment where you may have 30+ databases and need to know how many CPU cores … [Continue reading]

In-Memory in Action by Cary Millsap, Kerry Osborne and Tanel Poder

This one-hour webinar includes three of the brightest minds in the industry, Cary Millsap, Kerry Osborne and Tanel Poder. Hear them discuss the revolutionary technology of Oracle Database In-Memory, an in-memory column store that does not slow down … [Continue reading]

Favorite Sessions from E4 2014

Below are some of our favorite sessions from last years Enkitec Extreme Exadata Expo (E4) conference. My PX Goes to 11 by Kerry Osborne & Chris Wones This session provides a case study detailing the implementation of extreme parallelism in … [Continue reading]

Fill the Glass – New Webinar Series by Cary Millsap

Accenture Enkitec Group is excited to announce a new webinar series hosted by Cary Millsap. Find details below on the series and the first webinar featuring Karen Morton. Cary Millsap is a developer, teacher, writer, and consultant who has been a … [Continue reading]

DB12c Adaptive Optimization by Kerry Osborne

Summary: One of the most interesting new features of the Oracle Database Optimizer is the ability to recognize its own mistakes and use execution statistics to automatically improve execution plans. Oracle calls this "Adaptive Optimization" and this … [Continue reading]

Enkitec Awarded Oracle Excellence Awards- Energy/Utilities & Financial Services

Enkitec has established a global reputation with its customers by building and sustaining advanced technology environments. “Companies in these sectors have complex technology requirements well-suited for Oracle's sophisticated solutions. We have b … [Continue reading]

Reducing downtime using incremental backups and X-Platform TTS, presented by Martin Bach

A little known MOS note describes how you can potentially reduce downtime by a significant amount when migrating databases between systems with different endianness. Many sites are looking for ways to move their databases from big-endian platforms … [Continue reading]