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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Presenting at the Dallas Oracle Users Group on Feb 22, 2018!
Tomorrow (Thursday, 2/22/18 from 5 – 7:15 pm) I will be presenting at the Dallas Oracle Users Group(OUG). My topic is "Optimize your Database Import". I am happy to be presenting at the Dallas OUG once again, thank you! I also want to thank BIAS Corporation for sponsoring my event as well.
“Optimize your Database Import” by Nabil Nawaz, BIAS Corporation.
Oracle DataPump is an excellent tool for cloning databases and schemas and it is widely used as a common toolset today among DBAs and Developers to transfer data and structure between databases. Please come and learn about new Data pump features for Oracle version 12.2. We will also be sharing a case study for a large multi-terabyte database for optimizing a data pump import process that originally ran for more than a day and then the process was tuned to run in just about 4-6 hours a nearly 90% performance enhancement. The tips that will be shared will be of great value and help to ensure you are able to have a well-tuned import process with DataPump.
Nabil Nawaz started his career with Oracle in 1997 and is currently a Technical Manager at BIAS Corporation and has 20 years of experience working as an Oracle DBA & Solution Architect starting with version 7.1.6, he is Cloud IaaS, OCP and Exadata certified and also an Oracle ACE associate.
He is a contributing author on the recent book Oracle Exadata Expert's Handbook. His background is quite vast with Oracle and has had the opportunity to work as a consultant in many large fortune 500 companies focusing on architecting high available solutions using RAC & Data guard and currently working with architecting Oracle Cloud and Engineered systems such as Exadata, Supercluster, ODAs and Virtualization technologies.