With every new release of the Oracle Database, a number of features aimed at improving performance are introduced. It goes without saying that 12c is no exception to the rule. This seminar will teach you what to expect from these performance features once you have upgraded to Oracle Database 12c Release 1 or Release 2. The seminar will introduce you to key performance improvements in four areas. First, the query optimizer has been enhanced not only by the introduction of adaptive query optimization techniques, but also with improvements in object statistics, and query transformations.
Second, new or enhanced data structures related to concepts like partial indexes, materialized views, zone maps, and attribute clustering are available. Third, In-Memory option features like in-memory column store and in-memory aggregation. Finally, version 12.2 introduces approximate query processing.
Performance analysts, database administrators, application developers, as well as consultants who want to improve their skills in the new performance features provided by Oracle Database 12c Release 1 and Release 2.
Query optimizer (adaptive query optimization, object statistics, plan stability, query transformations
Data structures (indexes, partitioning, materialized views, zone maps, attribute clustering)
In-memory option (in-memory column store, in-memory aggregation)
Approximate query processing
Participants are expected to have a working knowledge with Oracle Database 11g.
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