Closing the Gapp on Oracle Open World?


I don’t know about you, but while I try to make an interesting Oracle Open World schedule for me this year, I noticed that this is not an very easy task via the Schedule Builder. What I don’t understand is why they didn’t provide a selection on a per day basis. It would make my selection more easy if they would have implemented a method that would allow me to filter on a topic per day basis.

While fiddling around with the option in the Schedule Builder, I noticed that, regarding the AMIS entries, Gerwin’s presentation about Oracle performance tuning called: “Jumping The GAPP” hasn’t been given any attention yet. In my believe, you should really do yourself a favor because Gerwin’s presentation is really worth going to.

It will provide you with a good understanding how to apply a performance method, while being bound by, for instance company-, restrictions that won’t allow you to enable in-depth performance tracing. Also it is a generic method that can be applied, not only to Oracle software, on the whole participating elements / nodes / etc of your topology. Gerwin’s presentation made a very positive impact in the spring off this year during Hotsos, so if you weren’t there…have a look during OOW2K8…

Gerwins presentation for OOW2K8 is the following:

Session ID: S300193
Session Title: Jumping The GAPP
Track: Oracle Develop: Service-Oriented Architecture





About Author

Marco Gralike, working for AMIS Services BV as a Principal Oracle Database Consultant in the Netherlands, has experience as a DBA since 1994 (Oracle 6). Marco is also eager and skillful in other fields, like Operating System Administration and Application Servers, mainly to find working, performing solutions. Marco has been specializing in Oracle XMLDB, since 2003, focusing on his old love, database administration and performance.He is an Oracle XMLDB enthusiast ever since. He is also a dedicated contributor of the Oracle User Group community, helping people with their steep XMLDB learning curve. To this purpose, Marco also devoted his personal blog site to XMLDB and other Oracle issues. Marco is a member of the OakTable network and an Oracle ACE Director (specialization Oracle XMLDB).

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