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Ready for a Rocky Mountain High?

Got the mid winter blues?

Ready for some bright sunshine and fresh mountain air? Maybe some snow?

The wait is almost over! RMOUG Training Days 2012, February 14 – 16, is only 14 days away! That’s right, only a few days until the biggest, and the best regional Oracle users group conference kicks off! But why wait until the last minute?

You still have a few days to take advantage of the lower Standard Registration rates. Register by February 9 to receive the lower rate.

And don’t forget to sign up for a University session. I am participating in this one:

Data Warehouse Performance

Jerry Ireland, Rightsizing Inc., Mark W. Farnham, Rightsizing, Inc., Tim Gorman, Evergreen Database Technologies, Inc, & Kent Graziano, TrueBridge Resources

This session brings together four experts in performance and data warehousing. All are Oracle ACEs, two are members of the OakTable, and together they represent over ninety years of experience with Oracle. All of the ideas and techniques presented can be implemented with minimal additional hardware and most with a manageable effort. The session will start with some hints and tips that can be used on existing data warehouses and progress to a method of getting performance when the CBO does not recognize a star schema. The session will present partitioning strategies to increase scaling, and finally take a glimpse at some of the benefits of relatively new, but growing, database architecture. The day will be wrapped up with a Q & A with all symposium presenters.

So don’t delay, make your plans today!

And maybe get some skiing in?

See ya!


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