Database Performance Tuning

Technologies: Apache Hadoop 1.0, Oracle 12c
The SGA is a key component to the effective working of the Oracle database engine. Explore SQL memory usage, the PGA and its role in sort operations, and temporary tablespaces.
When performance tuning in Oracle Database 12c, it's vital to include the System Global Area in your efforts. Explore SGA tuning, including using AWR reports, adaptive cursor sharing, and the SQL query result cache.
Broaden your knowledge of Oracle Database 12c performance tuning by examining a series of commonly occurring real-world performance problems and the typical solutions for those scenarios.
Database Replay can help with performance tuning by allowing you to capture a workload and replay it on a test system to see the effect of changes outside of the production database. Learn about Database Replay in Oracle Database 12c.
To fully tune your database, you need a solid understanding of manipulating SGA components and Automatic Memory Management Maintenance. Learn about these Oracle Database 12c concepts.
Once poorly performing SQL is identified and changes are proposed, you need to ensure that they will yield the desired effect. Discover how tools such as the SQL Performance Analyzer and SQL Tuning Advisor can be used to achieve this goal.
The SGA a key component to the effective working of the Oracle database engine. Learn about SGA tuning, including tuning the buffer cache and I/O.
Metrics are used for system health monitoring, problem detection, and self tuning in Oracle Database 12c. Explore how to establish and manage performance baselines and work with real-time SQL monitoring.
Better tune your Oracle 12c database by understanding index maintenance, extent management, database blocks, Automatic Segment Space Management, migration and chaining, and data compression.
SQL is at the heart of any relational database management system, and optimizing SQL typically provides the largest performance gains in real-world situations. Explore the Cost-Based Optimizer and optimizing data retrieval.
Increase your performance tuning knowledge by learning the basic phases of SQL processing and ways to extract detailed information about the actual execution of a SQL statement in Oracle Database 12c.
Oracle Database 12C includes services that organize work execution within the database, and make execution that much more manageable, measurable, tunable, and recoverable. Learn about working with and scheduling these services.
The Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor allows you to analyze AWR data for performance problems. Active Session History can assist in more granular problem solving situations. Learn about using these two tools in Oracle Database 12c.
The Automatic Workload Repository provides services to database components to collect, maintain, and use statistics for issue detection and self-tuning. Explore AWR in Oracle Database 12c, including administration and reporting.
Oracle Enterprise Manager gives you a central area for managing Oracle tools. Learn about OEM architecture and pages, as well as using alerts in tuning, user trace files, common tuning problems, and service requests.
There are many methodologies for troubleshooting performance problems in Oracle Database 12c. Learn about performance management techniques, including tuning goals and objectives, and working with waits, events, classes, and statistics.
Performance tuning is an important aspect of Oracle Database 12c administration. Learn how to monitor and tune both database and memory performance in Oracle Database 12c.
Hadoop can scale up from single servers to thousands of machines, each offering local computation and storage. Examine tune up options, best practices for performance tuning, HDFS, YARN and MapReduce.
Hadoop can scale up from single servers to thousands of machines, each offering local computation and storage. Discover performance tuning concepts, including compression, tune up options, and memory optimization.