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Now available in paperback-->--> What do you do when your database application isn't running fast enough? You troubleshoot, of course. Finding the slow part of an application is often the easy part of the battle. It's finding a solution that's difficult. Troubleshooting Oracle Performance helps by providing a systematic approach to addressing the underlying causes of poor database application performance. -->-->Written for developers by an application developer who has learned by doing Gives a systematic approach to solving database application performance problems Helps you plan for performance as you would for any other application requirement -->What you'll learn-->See how to treat and plan for performance as a basic application requirement Identify performance problems using a systematic and repeatable approach Configure your query optimizer to meet your application performance goals Optimize table accesses, joins, and physical table layout Read and recognize inefficient SQL execution plans Reduce inefficiencies from too much procedural code -->Who this book is for-->
For application developers and database administrators involved in troubleshooting performance problems of Oracle-based applications.
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Since 1995, Christian Antognini has been focusing on understanding how the Oracle database engine works. His main interests range from logical and physical database design, to the integration of databases with Java applications, the query optimizer, and basically everything else related to performance management and tuning. He is working as a senior consultant and trainer at Trivadis AG in Z rich, Switzerland. If he is not helping one of his customers to get the most out of Oracle, he is somewhere lecturing on optimization or new Oracle database features for developers. He is member of the Trivadis Performance Team and of the OakTable Network).