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Martin Klier

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DOAG noon2noon RAC & Dataguard – Quick Report

There’s always something to learn – for example about Oracle RAC (Real Application Clusters) and Dataguard. And the old-school frontal teaching concept is boring, and more important, ineffective after a few hours of passive listening. So the German Oracle Users Group DOAG organized a “noon2noon” event: “Oracle RAC and Dataguard” this week in Würzburg (January 2 1st-22nd 2016). It was the […]

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Martin Klier Oracle ACE

I feel VERY proud, honoured and grateful, that Oracle awarded me with the Oracle ACE in December 2014. The Oracle ACE program is a community reward, and encourages us to participate, enrich, promote and organise Oracle community events. When speaking about the community, first of all I’d like to highlight my Oracle User Group of Germany, […]

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Speaker at DOAG 2015 Datenbank – “Oracle Core für Einsteiger: InMemory Column Store”

The DOAG 2015 Database conference is on the horizon: June 16, 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany. I’m proud to announce my participation as a speaker, as I was honoured with in the years before. This year, my part will be a new “Beginners” talk in German: “Oracle Core für Einsteiger: InMemory Column Store”   Abstract: ==================== Der Vortrag richtet […]

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DOAG Noon2Noon Event Nürnberg / MySQL vs. Oracle – Review

It was time to try something new in our DOAG Database Community. And please, please just not another frontal conference: twenty guys look forward, one looks back, like eight-oars-and-coxswain. I don’t know if DOAG invented it, but it was a success: The Noon2Noon Event. How does it work? It’s like 24 hours of BarCamp, starting with […]

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Martin Klier in DOAG.tv Interview: Oracle Standard Edition

A while ago, DOAG.tv interviewed me about Oracle’s Standard Edition and database system migrations. The material was published just recently, so I’d like to share it. Enjoy, and if there are questions, just let me know! http://www.doag.org/home/aktuelle-news/article/oracle-database-standard-edition-versus-enterprise-edition.html I have to add a corrigenda: SE RAC is not – at least not at the moment – limited […]

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DOAG 2014 Presentation and Whitepaper online: Database I/O

Hi, my #DOAG2014 presentation and whitepaper are online now! “Oracle Core für Einsteiger: Datenbank I/O” Presentation: http://www.performing-databases.com/uploads/media/OracleCoreDatabaseIO-Klier-2014.pdf Whitepaper: http://www.performing-databases.com/uploads/media/Klier-Database-IO.pdf Thank you all for attending! Regards Martin Klier […]

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DOAG Konferenz 2013: “Oracle Architektur – nicht nur für Einsteiger”

      After speaking about mutex waits last year, this time DOAG accepted my lecture “Oracle Architektur – nicht nur für Einsteiger” about Oracle Database basic architecture for this year’s DOAG Konferenz 2013 in Nürnberg. It will be the first lesson in a brand-new stream of the conference: The so-called “Einsteigerpaket” (beginners package) allows […]

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Oracle Real World Performance Tour 2014 with Tom Kyte and friends in München (Munich)

The German Oracle User Group (DOAG Deutsche Oracle Anwendergruppe) announced Munich as a location of the Real World Performance Tour 2014 with Tom Kyte, Senior Technical Architect ORACLE Server Technology Division, ORACLE Vice President Graham Wood, Architect Server Technologies Andrew Holdsworth, Senior Director Real World Performance Server Technologies Location: Munich (Details coming soon) Date: February […]

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DOAG Webinar: ORACLE Datenbank Architektur – nicht nur für Einsteiger (German Language)

On Friday, 08/03/2013, I’ll present an online lecture about Oracle Architecture for the DOAG (Deutsche Oracle Anwendergruppe, German Oracle User’s Group) and the DOAG SIG Database.     Link: http://www.doag.org/termine/termine.php?tid=454245 The lesson will contain (excerpt from TOC): Oracle Datenbank-Architektur Verbindung, Namespace(s) und Abschottung Instanz und Datenbank Alles Blöcke, oder was? Redo, Undo und was man […]

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