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UKOUG Escaping the Limitations of the Oracle Database Performance Tuning Tools

Escaping the Limitations of the Oracle Database Performance Tuning Tools

14 May 2019, 11:00 - 12:00

Martin Pinner, Technical Director at Application Performance who has been performance tuning Oracle databases for over 20 years, shares his experiences of how traditional Oracle tools work, their limitations and how we all can do better. 

He will explain how it is possible to apply new thinking to an age-old problem and unlock better performance. 

He uses a revolutionary tuning approach focused on OBJECT rather than SQL tuning and will demonstrate how you too can use these techniques and also introduces the brand-new DBTao solution, designed to use these techniques and continually generate performance-enhancing recommendations for any Oracle workload you wish to point it at.

These techniques and DBTao open up new possibilities for all Oracle users, especially anyone running Standard Edition. Please join us to find out more.









Martin Pinner


Martin Pinner has over 25 years’ experience in software development and performance tuning, covering many database and application technologies. He is a founder and director of Application Performance, and specialises in all aspects of performance tuning. In his spare time, he writes performance-monitoring software.