Oracle Community Webinar - Instrumentation: Why You Should Bother

By: Tim DelChiaro

Abstract: Leverage Cary Millsap’s expertise in Oracle development and performance tuning to demonstrate the benefits of developing applications with diagnostics in mind!

Instrumentation: Why you Should Bother
Leverage Cary Millsap’s expertise in Oracle development and performance tuning to demonstrate the benefits of developing applications with diagnostics in mind!
 
 

In our increasingly virtualized environments, it's even more difficult to diagnose application defects—especially performance defects that affect response time or throughput expectations.

Runtime diagnosis of defects can be an unbearably complicated problem to solve once the application is sealed up and put into production use. But having excellent runtime diagnostics is surprisingly easy if you design the diagnostic features into the application from its inception, as it is being grown, like you would with any other desired application feature.

About Cary Millsap

Cary Millsap has been part of the Oracle community since 1989. He is an Oracle ACE Director, president and founder of Method R Corporation, former VP at Oracle Corporation, co-founder of the OakTable Network, Oracle Development Tools User Group "Editor's Choice" 2010 award, Oracle Magazine's 2004 Author of the Year.

He is widely known in the Oracle community as a speaker, educator, consultant, and writer. He wrote Optimizing Oracle Performance  with Jeff Holt, and he is a co-author of Oracle Insights: Tales of the Oak Table.He blogs at carymillsap.blogspot.com and tweets at twitter.com/CaryMillsap.

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November 17, 2011,
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