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Hello everyone! First, I can't believe that I am sending this announcement
out as a die-hard Michigan Wolverine fan. BUT, it is Oracle related and it
is Gaja who is the trainer.

Here are the particulars:

The Ohio Oracle User group is presenting a two-day

"Performance Management Seminar in Columbus on March 25-26. Gaja
Vaidyanatha, who is teaching the seminar, is one of the most recognized
experts in Oracle performance tuning. You may have read one of his books,
Oracle Performance Tuning 101 by Oracle Press, or Oracle Insights: Tales of
the Oak Table. Or, you may have seen him present at Collaborate or Oracle
Open World.
This seminar is offered at a much lower cost than what Oracle charges for
their classes, and with Gaja teaching it magnifies the value per dollar. The
details of the seminar are below and on our website, ooug.org. If you need
recommendations for lodging in Columbus please let us know. Hope to see you
in Columbus next month. "

This was sent to me by Bonnie Bizzaro, the Vice Presidet of the Ohio Oracle
Users Group.

Meeting Date: March 25-26, 2010
Meeting Location:
Dublin Community Recreation Center at Coffman Park
5600 Post Rd Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 410-4550
This facility provides free wireless internet access.
Registration:
You must pre-pay to attend this special meeting. Please ensure your payment
reaches us by the dates denoted below in "Meeting Cost". This meeting is a
possible 2 day event, if you're interested in attending both days, please
let us know ahead of time. If there is not enough interest for the 2 days,
we'll make it a 1 day event only.
Meeting Cost:
$275/day until Feb 28
$300/day from March 1 - March 11
Registration Form

The meeting includes presentations, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Gift
giveaways will vary but usually include drawings for Oracle books. All
attendees are automatically registered in the OOUG gift drawings.
Occasionally, vendor representatives will offer additional gift drawings
that require attendees to register directly with the vendor in order to be
eligible to win a prize. Registration for vendor gift drawings is entirely
at the option of the attendee and is not governed by the OOUG's privacy
policy.
Meeting Schedule:

Time Speaker & Topic
8:00a - 9:00a Registration / Breakfast
9:00a - 9:15a Announcements
9:15a - 12:00p Gaja Presentation.
12:00a - 1:00p Lunch
1:00p - 3:45p Gaja Presentation.
3:45p - 4:00p Gift Drawings, Wrap up

Presentation Abstracts:
Two-Day Oracle Performance Management Seminar
The world of Oracle performance management has a reputation as part science,
part art, and mostly wizardry.
This seminar imparts the core principles of performance management by
sharing a methodology to investigate, determine, and implement "meaningful
solutions" to real problems. This seminar covers all releases of Oracle from
version 7 to 11G, predominantly focusing on versions 9i and 10g.
The syllabus for the seminar includes the following:
Oracle Database Architecture Review
What is Multi-Version Read Consistency (MVRC) and why is it relevant?
How does Oracle implement MVRC?
What is Performance Optimization?
When should you optimize?
Oracle Performance Tuning Methodology
The Method Behind the Madness
Oracle Diagnostics (I)
Operating System Diagnostics (II)
Correlating I & II
The Guts of OWI
The core performance diagnostic views
Low-level trace methods (10046, 10053)
Understanding the Oracle Optimizer
Performance Case Studies from the Real World)
Performance Management in Oracle 10G/11g
Conclusion

Speaker Information:
Gaja Krishna Vaidyanatha has over seventeen years of industry technical
expertise working with Oracle systems. He is the Principal of DBPerfMan LLC
(http://www.dbperfman.com), an independent consulting firm specializing in
the area of Oracle Database Performance Diagnostics & Management for Fortune
500 corporations.
In the recent years, he has worked in a product management role providing
strategic and technical direction to application performance and storage
management solutions for companies like Veritas Corporation, Oracle
Corporation and Quest Software. Gaja also served as a Technical Manager at
Andersen Consulting (Accenture), where he specialized in Oracle Systems
Performance Management and led the Oracle Performance Management SWAT Team
within the Technology Product Services Group.
He is the primary author of the Oracle Performance Tuning 101 published by
Oracle Press . Gaja is also one of the co-authors of the book Oracle
Insights : Tales of the Oak Table, published by Apress .
His key areas of interests include application and database performance and
storage architectures for Oracle-based systems. He holds a Masters Degree in
Computer Science from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He has presented
many papers at various regional, national and international Oracle
conferences and has served as faculty of the IOUG-A Master Class University
and the Oracle University Celebrity Seminar Series. Gaja is a member of the
OakTable Network and can be reached at gaja_at_dbperfman.com

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  • Andrew Kerber at Feb 24, 2010 at 9:12 pm
    is that the Jack Nicholas that spells his name Jack Nicklaus, and is known
    for his golf skills?
    On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 3:07 PM, Carol Dacko wrote:

    Hello everyone! First, I can't believe that I am sending this announcement
    out as a die-hard Michigan Wolverine fan. BUT, it is Oracle related and it
    is Gaja who is the trainer.

    Here are the particulars:

    The Ohio Oracle User group is presenting a two-day

    "Performance Management Seminar in Columbus on March 25-26. Gaja
    Vaidyanatha, who is teaching the seminar, is one of the most recognized
    experts in Oracle performance tuning. You may have read one of his books,
    Oracle Performance Tuning 101 by Oracle Press, or Oracle Insights: Tales of
    the Oak Table. Or, you may have seen him present at Collaborate or Oracle
    Open World.
    This seminar is offered at a much lower cost than what Oracle charges for
    their classes, and with Gaja teaching it magnifies the value per dollar. The
    details of the seminar are below and on our website, ooug.org. If you need
    recommendations for lodging in Columbus please let us know. Hope to see you
    in Columbus next month. "

    This was sent to me by Bonnie Bizzaro, the Vice Presidet of the Ohio Oracle
    Users Group.

    Meeting Date: March 25-26, 2010
    Meeting Location:
    Dublin Community Recreation Center at Coffman Park
    5600 Post Rd Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 410-4550
    This facility provides free wireless internet access.
    Registration:
    You must pre-pay to attend this special meeting. Please ensure your
    payment reaches us by the dates denoted below in "Meeting Cost". This
    meeting is a possible 2 day event, if you're interested in attending both
    days, please let us know ahead of time. If there is not enough interest for
    the 2 days, we'll make it a 1 day event only.
    Meeting Cost:
    $275/day until Feb 28
    $300/day from March 1 - March 11
    Registration Form

    The meeting includes presentations, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Gift
    giveaways will vary but usually include drawings for Oracle books. All
    attendees are automatically registered in the OOUG gift drawings.
    Occasionally, vendor representatives will offer additional gift drawings
    that require attendees to register directly with the vendor in order to be
    eligible to win a prize. Registration for vendor gift drawings is entirely
    at the option of the attendee and is not governed by the OOUG's privacy
    policy.
    Meeting Schedule:
    Time Speaker & Topic
    8:00a - 9:00a Registration / Breakfast
    9:00a - 9:15a Announcements
    9:15a - 12:00p Gaja Presentation.
    12:00a - 1:00p Lunch
    1:00p - 3:45p Gaja Presentation.
    3:45p - 4:00p Gift Drawings, Wrap up
    Presentation Abstracts:
    Two-Day Oracle Performance Management Seminar
    The world of Oracle performance management has a reputation as part
    science, part art, and mostly wizardry.
    This seminar imparts the core principles of performance management by
    sharing a methodology to investigate, determine, and implement "meaningful
    solutions" to real problems. This seminar covers all releases of Oracle from
    version 7 to 11G, predominantly focusing on versions 9i and 10g.
    The syllabus for the seminar includes the following:
    Oracle Database Architecture Review
    What is Multi-Version Read Consistency (MVRC) and why is it relevant?
    How does Oracle implement MVRC?
    What is Performance Optimization?
    When should you optimize?
    Oracle Performance Tuning Methodology
    The Method Behind the Madness
    Oracle Diagnostics (I)
    Operating System Diagnostics (II)
    Correlating I & II
    The Guts of OWI
    The core performance diagnostic views
    Low-level trace methods (10046, 10053)
    Understanding the Oracle Optimizer
    Performance Case Studies from the Real World)
    Performance Management in Oracle 10G/11g
    Conclusion

    Speaker Information:
    Gaja Krishna Vaidyanatha has over seventeen years of industry technical
    expertise working with Oracle systems. He is the Principal of DBPerfMan LLC
    (http://www.dbperfman.com), an independent consulting firm specializing in
    the area of Oracle Database Performance Diagnostics & Management for Fortune
    500 corporations.
    In the recent years, he has worked in a product management role providing
    strategic and technical direction to application performance and storage
    management solutions for companies like Veritas Corporation, Oracle
    Corporation and Quest Software. Gaja also served as a Technical Manager at
    Andersen Consulting (Accenture), where he specialized in Oracle Systems
    Performance Management and led the Oracle Performance Management SWAT Team
    within the Technology Product Services Group.
    He is the primary author of the Oracle Performance Tuning 101 published by
    Oracle Press . Gaja is also one of the co-authors of the book Oracle
    Insights : Tales of the Oak Table, published by Apress .
    His key areas of interests include application and database performance and
    storage architectures for Oracle-based systems. He holds a Masters Degree in
    Computer Science from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He has presented
    many papers at various regional, national and international Oracle
    conferences and has served as faculty of the IOUG-A Master Class University
    and the Oracle University Celebrity Seminar Series. Gaja is a member of the
    OakTable Network and can be reached at gaja_at_dbperfman.com
    --
    Andrew W. Kerber

    'If at first you dont succeed, dont take up skydiving.'

    --
    http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l
  • NORMANJ8_at_nationwide.com at Feb 24, 2010 at 9:18 pm
    Yeah, but Jack was an OSU Buckeye, and Carol is a Michigan Wolverine fan,
    so what can you expect :)

    Carol..thanks for posting this training opportunity!

    John Norman
    Consultant - Data Eng/Admin
    Nationwide Investment Systems

    From:
    Andrew Kerber
    To:
    dackoc_at_gmail.com
    Cc:
    Oracle-L Freelists
    Date:
    02/24/2010 04:14 PM
    Subject:
    Re: Oracle Training Event in Columbus, OH Area (Dublin - where Jack
    Nicholas lives)
    Sent by:
    oracle-l-bounce_at_freelists.org

    is that the Jack Nicholas that spells his name Jack Nicklaus, and is known
    for his golf skills?

    On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 3:07 PM, Carol Dacko wrote:
    Hello everyone! First, I can't believe that I am sending this
    announcement out as a die-hard Michigan Wolverine fan. BUT, it is Oracle
    related and it is Gaja who is the trainer.


    Here are the particulars:


    The Ohio Oracle User group is presenting a two-day


    "Performance Management Seminar in Columbus on March 25-26. Gaja
    Vaidyanatha, who is teaching the seminar, is one of the most recognized
    experts in Oracle performance tuning. You may have read one of his books,
    Oracle Performance Tuning 101 by Oracle Press, or Oracle Insights: Tales
    of the Oak Table. Or, you may have seen him present at Collaborate or
    Oracle Open World.
    This seminar is offered at a much lower cost than what Oracle charges for
    their classes, and with Gaja teaching it magnifies the value per dollar.
    The details of the seminar are below and on our website, ooug.org. If you
    need recommendations for lodging in Columbus please let us know. Hope to
    see you in Columbus next month. "


    This was sent to me by Bonnie Bizzaro, the Vice Presidet of the Ohio
    Oracle Users Group.


    Meeting Date: March 25-26, 2010
    Meeting Location:
    Dublin Community Recreation Center at Coffman Park
    5600 Post Rd Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 410-4550
    This facility provides free wireless internet access.
    Registration:
    You must pre-pay to attend this special meeting. Please ensure your
    payment reaches us by the dates denoted below in "Meeting Cost". This
    meeting is a possible 2 day event, if you're interested in attending both
    days, please let us know ahead of time. If there is not enough interest
    for the 2 days, we'll make it a 1 day event only.
    Meeting Cost:
    $275/day until Feb 28
    $300/day from March 1 - March 11
    Registration Form

    The meeting includes presentations, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Gift
    giveaways will vary but usually include drawings for Oracle books. All
    attendees are automatically registered in the OOUG gift drawings.
    Occasionally, vendor representatives will offer additional gift drawings
    that require attendees to register directly with the vendor in order to be
    eligible to win a prize. Registration for vendor gift drawings is
    entirely at the option of the attendee and is not governed by the OOUG's
    privacy policy.
    Meeting Schedule:

    Time Speaker & Topic
    8:00a - 9:00a Registration / Breakfast
    9:00a - 9:15a Announcements
    9:15a - 12:00p Gaja Presentation.
    12:00a - 1:00p Lunch
    1:00p - 3:45p Gaja Presentation.
    3:45p - 4:00p Gift Drawings, Wrap up

    Presentation Abstracts:
    Two-Day Oracle Performance Management Seminar
    The world of Oracle performance management has a reputation as part
    science, part art, and mostly wizardry.
    This seminar imparts the core principles of performance management by
    sharing a methodology to investigate, determine, and implement "meaningful
    solutions" to real problems. This seminar covers all releases of Oracle
    from version 7 to 11G, predominantly focusing on versions 9i and 10g.
    The syllabus for the seminar includes the following:
    Oracle Database Architecture Review
    What is Multi-Version Read Consistency (MVRC) and why is it relevant?
    How does Oracle implement MVRC?
    What is Performance Optimization?
    When should you optimize?
    Oracle Performance Tuning Methodology
    The Method Behind the Madness
    Oracle Diagnostics (I)
    Operating System Diagnostics (II)
    Correlating I & II
    The Guts of OWI
    The core performance diagnostic views
    Low-level trace methods (10046, 10053)
    Understanding the Oracle Optimizer
    Performance Case Studies from the Real World)
    Performance Management in Oracle 10G/11g
    Conclusion


    Speaker Information:
    Gaja Krishna Vaidyanatha has over seventeen years of industry technical
    expertise working with Oracle systems. He is the Principal of DBPerfMan
    LLC (http://www.dbperfman.com), an independent consulting firm
    specializing in the area of Oracle Database Performance Diagnostics &
    Management for Fortune 500 corporations.
    In the recent years, he has worked in a product management role providing
    strategic and technical direction to application performance and storage
    management solutions for companies like Veritas Corporation, Oracle
    Corporation and Quest Software. Gaja also served as a Technical Manager at
    Andersen Consulting (Accenture), where he specialized in Oracle Systems
    Performance Management and led the Oracle Performance Management SWAT Team
    within the Technology Product Services Group.
    He is the primary author of the Oracle Performance Tuning 101 published by
    Oracle Press . Gaja is also one of the co-authors of the book Oracle
    Insights : Tales of the Oak Table, published by Apress .
    His key areas of interests include application and database performance
    and storage architectures for Oracle-based systems. He holds a Masters
    Degree in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He
    has presented many papers at various regional, national and international
    Oracle conferences and has served as faculty of the IOUG-A Master Class
    University and the Oracle University Celebrity Seminar Series. Gaja is a
    member of the OakTable Network and can be reached at gaja_at_dbperfman.com

    --
    Andrew W. Kerber

    'If at first you dont succeed, dont take up skydiving.'

    --
    http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l
  • Carol Dacko at Feb 24, 2010 at 9:18 pm
    The same..... I thought I had picked up the correct spelling of his name.
    Guess I am still sleepy from the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group Training
    Days last week in Denver.... A good time was had by all!

    Sorry for the misspelling. At least I know how to spell Tiger Woods!

    Carol
    On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Andrew Kerber wrote:

    is that the Jack Nicholas that spells his name Jack Nicklaus, and is known
    for his golf skills?

    On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 3:07 PM, Carol Dacko wrote:

    Hello everyone! First, I can't believe that I am sending this
    announcement out as a die-hard Michigan Wolverine fan. BUT, it is Oracle
    related and it is Gaja who is the trainer.

    Here are the particulars:

    The Ohio Oracle User group is presenting a two-day

    "Performance Management Seminar in Columbus on March 25-26. Gaja
    Vaidyanatha, who is teaching the seminar, is one of the most recognized
    experts in Oracle performance tuning. You may have read one of his books,
    Oracle Performance Tuning 101 by Oracle Press, or Oracle Insights: Tales of
    the Oak Table. Or, you may have seen him present at Collaborate or Oracle
    Open World.
    This seminar is offered at a much lower cost than what Oracle charges for
    their classes, and with Gaja teaching it magnifies the value per dollar. The
    details of the seminar are below and on our website, ooug.org. If you
    need recommendations for lodging in Columbus please let us know. Hope to see
    you in Columbus next month. "

    This was sent to me by Bonnie Bizzaro, the Vice Presidet of the Ohio
    Oracle Users Group.

    Meeting Date: March 25-26, 2010
    Meeting Location:
    Dublin Community Recreation Center at Coffman Park
    5600 Post Rd Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 410-4550
    This facility provides free wireless internet access.
    Registration:
    You must pre-pay to attend this special meeting. Please ensure your
    payment reaches us by the dates denoted below in "Meeting Cost". This
    meeting is a possible 2 day event, if you're interested in attending both
    days, please let us know ahead of time. If there is not enough interest for
    the 2 days, we'll make it a 1 day event only.
    Meeting Cost:
    $275/day until Feb 28
    $300/day from March 1 - March 11
    Registration Form

    The meeting includes presentations, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Gift
    giveaways will vary but usually include drawings for Oracle books. All
    attendees are automatically registered in the OOUG gift drawings.
    Occasionally, vendor representatives will offer additional gift drawings
    that require attendees to register directly with the vendor in order to be
    eligible to win a prize. Registration for vendor gift drawings is entirely
    at the option of the attendee and is not governed by the OOUG's privacy
    policy.
    Meeting Schedule:
    Time Speaker & Topic
    8:00a - 9:00a Registration / Breakfast
    9:00a - 9:15a Announcements
    9:15a - 12:00p Gaja Presentation.
    12:00a - 1:00p Lunch
    1:00p - 3:45p Gaja Presentation.
    3:45p - 4:00p Gift Drawings, Wrap up
    Presentation Abstracts:
    Two-Day Oracle Performance Management Seminar
    The world of Oracle performance management has a reputation as part
    science, part art, and mostly wizardry.
    This seminar imparts the core principles of performance management by
    sharing a methodology to investigate, determine, and implement "meaningful
    solutions" to real problems. This seminar covers all releases of Oracle from
    version 7 to 11G, predominantly focusing on versions 9i and 10g.
    The syllabus for the seminar includes the following:
    Oracle Database Architecture Review
    What is Multi-Version Read Consistency (MVRC) and why is it relevant?
    How does Oracle implement MVRC?
    What is Performance Optimization?
    When should you optimize?
    Oracle Performance Tuning Methodology
    The Method Behind the Madness
    Oracle Diagnostics (I)
    Operating System Diagnostics (II)
    Correlating I & II
    The Guts of OWI
    The core performance diagnostic views
    Low-level trace methods (10046, 10053)
    Understanding the Oracle Optimizer
    Performance Case Studies from the Real World)
    Performance Management in Oracle 10G/11g
    Conclusion

    Speaker Information:
    Gaja Krishna Vaidyanatha has over seventeen years of industry technical
    expertise working with Oracle systems. He is the Principal of DBPerfMan LLC
    (http://www.dbperfman.com), an independent consulting firm specializing
    in the area of Oracle Database Performance Diagnostics & Management for
    Fortune 500 corporations.
    In the recent years, he has worked in a product management role providing
    strategic and technical direction to application performance and storage
    management solutions for companies like Veritas Corporation, Oracle
    Corporation and Quest Software. Gaja also served as a Technical Manager at
    Andersen Consulting (Accenture), where he specialized in Oracle Systems
    Performance Management and led the Oracle Performance Management SWAT Team
    within the Technology Product Services Group.
    He is the primary author of the Oracle Performance Tuning 101 published by
    Oracle Press . Gaja is also one of the co-authors of the book Oracle
    Insights : Tales of the Oak Table, published by Apress .
    His key areas of interests include application and database performance
    and storage architectures for Oracle-based systems. He holds a Masters
    Degree in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He has
    presented many papers at various regional, national and international Oracle
    conferences and has served as faculty of the IOUG-A Master Class University
    and the Oracle University Celebrity Seminar Series. Gaja is a member of the
    OakTable Network and can be reached at gaja_at_dbperfman.com


    --
    Andrew W. Kerber

    'If at first you dont succeed, dont take up skydiving.'
    --
    http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l

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