Presentation Title: Cost Based Optimizer - Panel Session
Speaker: Mr Jonathan Lewis Oracle ACE Director OakTable UKOUG Lifetime Speaker Award Winner
Company: JL Computer Consultancy
Co-presenter: Maria Colgan - Oracle
Nigel Bayliss - Oracle
Christian Antognini - Trivadis AG, ACE Director
Presentation abstract: This is an opportunity for members of the user group to table questions for a group of subject experts. I expect to be accompanied by Christian Antognini, Maria Colgan and Nigel Bayliss (Optimizer group, UK), with a couple of old UKOUG hands to act as MCs. Attendees will be offered filing cards on arrival if they want to submit questions; and can email questions to me in advance of the event. "Concept" and "generic" questions will be favoured over requests for solutions to specific problems

Attendees will be offered filing cards on arrival if they want to submit questions; and can email questions to me in advance of the event.

"Concept" and "generic" questions will be favoured over requests for solutions to specific problems.

Presentation begins: 07/12/2015 11:20
Presentation duration: 50
Presentation content level: 3 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)
Audience experience: Beginner/Exploratory
Audience function: Product User
Speaker biography: Jonathan Lewis is a well-known figure in the Oracle world with more than 27 years experience using the software. He has published three books about Oracle - the most recent being "Oracle Core" published by Apress Nov 2011 - and contributed to three others. He runs a couple of websites and contributes fairly regularly to newsgroups, forums, and User Group magazines and events around the world. Jonathan has been self-employed for most of his time in the IT industry. For more than t 20 years he has specialised in short-term assignments, typically of a design, review, or trouble-shooting nature - often spending no more than two or three days on a client site to address problems . He runs seminars about using Oracle all over the world and has visited more than 50 different countries (and more than a dozen US states) to talk about, or trouble-shoot, Oracle systems, but now spends more time in the UK using Internet technology to handle remote trouble-shooting assignments.
Related topics: Database: Performance & Internals, Database: SQL and PL/SQL
Hall: Hall 5

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