Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Optimize Oracle response times with Cary Millsap using Method R

Came across this interesting logical method of Oracle Database Tuning called as Method R, created by Cary Millsap (pictured), a performance tuning expert and an Oracle veteran. If you want to learn more about Method R, you can attend the webinar below. The following information is from Cintra where Cary is currently a Vice President.

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  • Date:            Thursday 26th October 2017
  • Time:            11:00 (EDT) and 16:00 (BST)
  • Duration:     30 minutes + 15 minutes Q&A
  • Location:     Online webinar

Your customers’ experience with the speed of your applications is an important differentiator. As you move to the cloud, delivering excellent performance experiences becomes even more challenging.

Traditional Oracle performance management isn’t enough; our revolutionary approach enables you to understand exactly how your users experience your systems.

In this webinar, Cintra practice leader Kyle Smith will discuss Method R with Cary Millsap. Join us to learn more about this extraordinary advance in Oracle performance optimization:

  • What does “faster systems” really mean?
  • Why is it so hard to get there?
  • What is Method R? How is it different? Why did we create it?
  • How does the process work?
  • How does moving to the cloud affect performance management?

If you’re unable to make the time below, please register and we’ll send you the recording afterwards.

Please register on http://www.cintra.com/event/webinar-optimize-oracle-response-times-with-cary-millsap-26th-october-2017/ 

Recordings of Previous Webinars:

17th August Method R webinar:

27th September Method R webinar:

Product demonstration recording:





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