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Amis Query (02-09-2008): Reports From Oracle Open World - Database


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AMIS Query Report after Oracle Open World. Hot items during OOW 2008 seen with from a DBA's perspective

AMIS Query Report after Oracle Open World. Hot items during OOW 2008 seen with from a DBA's perspective

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  • This presentation goes into the many--relatively unknown--features in the recent Oracle Database releases that can help complex Web application development. You can do so much more in the database than most Java developers realize. The session shows some useful tricks for leveraging the database, such as view and IOT, PL/SQL collections and table function/MULTISET, application context, factored (inline) queries, outer joins.
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    • 1. The AMIS Report from Oracle Open World 2008 2 nd of October 2008 AMIS
    • 2. Database (Marco)
      • Grid 2.0
      • Open Source
      • Berkeley XML DB
      • 11gR2?
      • XQilla
      • XMLDB
      • APEX Security
    • 3. Disclaimer The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remain at the sole discretion of Oracle.
    • 4. Grid 2.0 – Beyond RAC
    • 5. Grid 2.0 – Beyond RAC
      • Dynamic infrastructure
        • Automatically change to meet defined certified level objective based on policy (policy based automation)
        • Fast provisioning and de-provisioning of resources as needed
      • End to end optimization
        • Sharing and optimization of resources across the entire stack (application sever - database - storage)
        • Enabling more applications and workloads around the entire grid
    • 6. Grid 2.0 – Beyond RAC
      • Always online
        • "Always online" means more than just protection from failures
        • Zero unplanned and planned downtime
          • Online patching, upgrades, application changes
        • Real time system health monitoring
          • Proactive rejuvenation of application components
          • Root cause analysis after eviction of problem nodes
        • Cluster problem diagnosis (tool) donwload for linux
          • Cluster monitor 1.01  OTN
    • 7. Grid 2.0 – Beyond RAC
      • Standard deployment
        • Grid 2.0 for everything: database, application server, applications, web servers and storage
      • Storage for all
        • Datafiles, Normal files: All Files!
        • A new file system; No Clusterware
      • Automating the whole stack, from front-end to storage, based on policies that automatically redefines it services were needed in the architecture
    • 8. 1+1=X
      • 1+1<> WinFS ?
      • X + 2.0 = OFS ² ?
    • 9. Open Source Executive Panel
      • Wim Coekaerts, Steve Harris, Ken Jacobs, Edward Screven, Rich Schewerin
      • &quot;better fs“: Linux answer to ZFS
      • &quot;eclipse link“: aka TopLink
      • JSFaces  given to the &quot;apache arena“
      • Oracle VM Migration  Microsoft VVP Certified
    • 10. Berkely XML Database
      • Berkeley XML database – XQilla:
        • XQilla is an XQuery and XPath 2.0 implementation written in C++ and based on Xerces-C.
        • It implements the DOM 3 XPath API, as well as having it’s own more powerful API.
        • It conforms to the both the XQuery and Path 2.0 W3C recommendations. 
        • XQuery Update
    • 11. 11gR2…?
      • And there was Silence…?
      • Grid 2.0 will be one of the Mayor items
      • So what did happen…Nothing New?
        • New features in patches
        • Disadvantage: Most of them are not documented
    • 12. 11gR2…?
      • DB upgrades can be controlled, for 9i and 10g,
      • via functionality in:
        • Database Replay
        • Real Application Testing
          • 
          • 
      • SQL Real Time Performance Analyzer
        • Execution plans of 9i and 10g
      • > Demo…
    • 13. Real Time SQL Monitoring-
    • 14. Real Time SQL Monitoring-
    • 15. New in XMLDB…?
      • Equi-Partitioning for XML will be fully supported in version
        • Documentation…?
        • See OTN XMLDB Forum or the Technology.Amis.Nl/Blog
      • Cool Demo of XFiles “3”, based on APEX (CMS)
        • Carl Backstrom
        • Mark Drake
        • Will end up on after code has been cleaned:
          • OTN XMLDB main page
          • or ?
    • 16. XMLDB Meets APEX
    • 17. Master Detail Report using XML
    • 18. Foldering