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E4 Day 1

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I am attending E4. What is E4? Well, it is Enkitec’s annual conference on Exadata. To me, it is a professional forum to share knowledge on Exadata and related topics. This year the attendees are about 150 in-person and about 100 remotely. A good size for a successful and cozy conference. What I like about E4 is that it focuses on technical issues skipping all the marketing and sales stuff. A technical conference for technical people. Another important characteristic is the environment: relaxed, open, positive, camaraderie, etc. So, if you missed E4 this year, plan ahead to attend next year!

On E4 day 1, we had great speakers and cool topics. Just take a look at the agenda.  What I liked most about all speakers was that all have been down to earth. I enjoy learning from the best of the field within this kind of framework.

Exadata is captivating (complex, challenging, rewarding, etc.). I also learned yesterday about Tableau,  which I will test with SQLTXPLAIN data out of SQLDX (ASH).

Sharing some pictures from the conference:

Tim Fox - Real World Parallelism on Exadata

Tim Fox – Real World Parallelism on Exadata

Tanel Poder - Real World Parallelism on Exadata

Tanel Poder – Real World Parallelism on Exadata

Tyler Muth - Performance Data Visualization with Oracle R and Tableau

Tyler Muth – Performance Data Visualization with Oracle R and Tableau

Karl Arao - Performance Data Visualization with Oracle R and Tableau

Karl Arao – Performance Data Visualization with Oracle R and Tableau

Roger MacNicol -  Exadata SmartScan Deep Dive

Roger MacNicol – Exadata SmartScan Deep Dive

Maria Colgan - Explaining the Exadata Explain Plan

Maria Colgan – Explaining the Exadata Explain Plan

Tom Kyte - Oracle Exadata Keynote

Tom Kyte – Oracle Exadata Keynote

Written by Carlos Sierra

August 6, 2013 at 7:25 am

Posted in Conferences, E4

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  1. Looks like Tim caught a fish THIIIIIIS BIG!

    Christoph Ruepprich

    August 6, 2013 at 5:14 pm


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