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Sydney Oracle Meetup and APACOUC welcome you to the first Sydney OTN Day (Part of the 5th APAC OTN Tour).
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Monday, November 30 • 11:55 - 12:40
Implementing Oracle database12c’s Heat Map and Automatic Data Optimization to optimize the database storage cost and performance with Kai Yu LIMITED

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While SSD (Solid-state drive)  based storage significantly improves the database performance by removing the storage IO bottlenecks, the cost of SSDs is still much higher than one of regular spinning disks.  As a cost effective way to leverage SSDs performance, the storage tiering method stores those active data in high performance SSD storage and store those less or inactive data in low speed conventional spinning storage.  While the store tiering methods is usually implemented on the storage level  and setup by the storage admin,  Oracle 12c  Heat Map and Automatic Data Optimization (ADO) together called Information lifecycle Management (ILM) provide a great way for DBAs to automate the storage tiering for database segments on database level .  This session will show the steps and method by which DBAs can use to implement these Oracle 12c features to automate the compression of database segments as well as movement of them to another tier storage based on the usage of the data.

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Kai Yu

Senior Principal Engineer and Technologist, Dell
Kai Yu is a senior principal engineer and technologist in Dell Enterprise Solutions Engineering lab. He focuses on design and architecting of various IT solutions and is the technical leader and architect of the Dell high performance integrated database systems: Dell Accelerate Appliance for Database (DAAD ) and Dell integrated System for Oracle Database(DISOD). He has given more than 100 technical presentations around the world including... Read More →


Monday November 30, 2015 11:55 - 12:40
Room 2

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