Your Chance To Meet the Analytic SQL Development Team at OpenWorld

Wow, it’s only just under two weeks to go until this year’s OpenWorld kicks off on September 18th at Moscone Center in San Francisco. The analytic SQL development team will be available on the demo booth (ID number 1635) in the database area, Moscone South, to help with any technical questions and provide general guidance and using analytic features of 12c Release 2. Obviously we would love to meet you all and we will keep you up-to-date with the latest data warehouse news coming out of #oow16 by posting updates during week on our social media sites. such as @BigRedDW on twitter.

On the demo grounds we are trying something a little different this year. To give you the best experience of all the new features that we have added to Database 12c Release 2 we are going to showcase different features during the morning and afternoon sessions. Here is the schedule:

Date Morning Topic Afternoon Topic
Monday 10:15am - 1:00pm Analytic Views 1:00pm - 5:30pm Analytic SQL
Tuesday 10:15am - 1:00pm Analytic Views 1:00pm - 5:15pm Analytic SQL
Wednesday 10:15am - 1:00pm Analytic Views 1:00pm - 4:15pm Analytic SQL

This split will allow you to ask our brilliant developers about all the key new SQL features they’ve added and the enhancements they’ve made for 12c Release 2. I’ll be at the booth during both morning and afternoon sessions during the week. Here are the key sessions linked to our demo booths:

And don’t forget Marty Gubar’s excellent hands-on lab “Use Oracle Big Data SQL to Analyze Data Across Oracle Database, Hadoop and NoSQL“, running in Bay View (25th Floor) at the Nikko Hotel, which shows you how to use analytic functions and SQL pattern matching on big data!

Also, check out the panel session Optimizing SQL for Performance and Maintainability which is on Thursday 22nd, 1:15pm - 2:00 pm in Moscone South—103. I will be hosting this will be a great session which will include our AskTom and SQL developer advocates team of Chris and Connor, Mr Optimizer (Nigel Bayliss, John Clarke from the Real World Performance team, Christian Antognini (Senior Principal Consultant, Trivadis AG) and Timothy Hall (DBA, Developer, Author, Trainer, Haygrays Limited). This will be an exciting and lively session so  don’t miss it!

Don't forget that my fellow data warehousing product managers (Hermann Baer, Yasin Baskan, Nigel Bayliss, George Lumpkin, Jean-Pierre Dijcks) will also be presenting a bunch of sessions so check them out in the full searchable OOW catalog. If you search using keywords like partitioning, warehousing, warehouse, parallel, optimizer and big data you’ll find them!

Alternatively download my Complete Guide to Data Warehousing and Big Data at OpenWorldwhich is available in both Apple iBooks and PDF formats. The PDF format will work on any smartphone, tablet and/or computer. The iBooks format will open on iPads, iPhones and Mac computers via the relevant iBooks App. Please refer to the Apple Apps Store for more information.

Look forward to seeing you all in the beautiful city of San Francisco.



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