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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

What I Like About You - Your Tablespaces Transport

Because I was attending the amazon.com presentation on the use of Real Application Clusters, I missed the Thomas Kyte presentation listing things he liked about Oracle Database 10g. Therefore, I am depending upon my fellow bloggers to provide an overview of Kyte's presentation.


The 10 Things session was really good. It was presented by Thomas Kyte and the information was excellent. It was also presented in a funny, well educated manner. It was actually 12 things and about 7 honorable mention.

Mark Rittman couldn't make the presentation, but he did snap a picture of the line to get into the presentation.

Here's a preview of the presentation topics from Thomas Kyte himself:

Conditional Compilation in PLSQL
Better trace file information (in the raw trace file, timestamps on wait event records)
Full Database Transports
Asynchronous Commit
SGA Direct Attach
Transparent Data Encryption
Transporting AWR data
Audit trail in XML format
Online Tablespace Transport

Kyte's post-presentation comments are here.


Blogger Jared said...

As I mentioned in my blog I'm actually in that picture that Mark Rittman took!

My favorite part about the 10g stuff is the conditional compiling. It is about the same thing as a #define in C...you can turn code on and off for debugging or other purposes just by recompiling with different options! Very cool and it makes it so that you don't have to remember to take out all of your debug code for a production release!


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