Oracle recently announced the availability of the Oracle Database In-Memory option, a solution for accelerating database-driven business decision-making to real-time. Unlike specialized In-Memory Databases approaches that are restricted to particular workloads or applications, the In-Memory option leverages a new in-memory column store format to deliver extremely fast SQL processing in any environment.
But how does it work and what steps do you need to take to successfully implement Oracle Database In-Memory option in your environment?
This session explains in detail how Oracle Database In-Memory option works and will demonstrate just how much performance improvements you can expect. We will also discuss how it integrates with Oracle's existing performance features, including the Optimizer, indexes, materialized views, and the Exadata platform.
Maria Colgan is a master product manager at Oracle Corporation and has been with the company since version 7.3 was released in 1996. Maria's core responsibility is the Oracle Database In-Memory Option. Based on Maria's extensive experience in Oracle's Server Technology Performance Group - where she conducted competitive customer benchmarks and tuning sessions – and the Optimizer Group, Maria creates material and lectures on the Oracle Database In-Memory Option and the best practices for incorporating it into Oracle environments. She is also a contributing author to the Oracle Optimizer blog http://blogs.oracle.com/optimizer and the new Oracle Database In-Memory blog http://blogs.oracle.com/In-Memory.