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Data Warehousing Best Practices for Oracle Exadata

From implementation to backup and recovery, a new six-part Webcast series outlines clear, practical ways to unlock the full potential of Oracle Exadata Database Machine, widely recognized as the world’s fastest database machine.

Combining massive memory with low-cost disks, Oracle Exadata solutions provides the ideal database platform for the varied and unpredictable workloads of cloud computing.

"These Webcasts address key phases of the Oracle Exadata lifecycle, from migration to backup and recovery," says series host Levi Norman, senior principal product director for Oracle Exadata.

Best Practices for Extreme Data Warehouse Performance on Oracle Exadata
To help organizations achieve 10x increase in performance and up to 50x storage space savings, this podcast explores best practices to

  • Optimally balance hardware configurations
  • Partition tables to facilitate better data management
  • Harness the power of both parallel execution and hybrid columnar compression

Best Practices for Migrating to Oracle Exadata
This Webcast focuses on Oracle’s Optimizer tool that determines the most efficient execution plans for your queries to ensure optimal performance of SQL statements—a vital step in migrating to Oracle Exadata.

Best Practices Using Oracle Advanced Analytics with Oracle Exadata
Find out how Oracle Advanced Analytics can extend Oracle Database into a comprehensive advanced analytics platform. This Webcast explores ways to leverage two key components—Oracle R Enterprise and Oracle Data Mining—to ensure peak performance while unlocking the real business value of your data.

Best Practices for Implementing a Data Warehouse on Oracle Exadata
In addition to balanced, high-performance hardware configurations, Oracle Exadata delivers innovative data modeling and data loading. This Webcast explores the most effective ways to leverage these technologies to deploy a data warehouse that delivers peak performance and scalability—without constant tuning.

Best Practices for Workload Management of a Data Warehouse on Oracle Exadata
In order to achieve extreme data warehouse performance, you need to maximize the use of all available hardware resources. But this can be a real challenge when you have diverse workloads consisting of continuous data feeds, batch jobs, and various online user communities. This Webcast explores best practices for full system utilization, regardless of which data model you have implemented or how diverse your workload might be.

Backup and Recovery of Oracle Exadata: Experiences and Best Practices
This Webcast explores optimal ways to approach backup, restoration, and recovery with Oracle Exadata. Learn best practice to

  • Integrate Oracle Exadata backup procedures into existing backup and recovery
  • Achieve the right balance between Oracle Exadata storage, Oracle’s Sun ZFS Storage Appliance, and tape
  • Make effective use of Oracle Active Data Guard

Register now for the data warehousing best practices Webcast series.

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