Fast-paced one hour seminars
segmented into 8 to 10 digestible modules
for Oracle DBAs and Developers
designed and presented by Craig Shallahamer


We believe that OraPub gives you the power to transform Oracle Database performance analysis. It can pave new ways of thinking. New ways of sparking ideas. Yet, our foundation never changes. A dedication to learning has always been a part of our DNA.

We have been proud to work alongside Oracle DBAs and Developers for 15 years reinventing what it means to explore, teach and learn. Together we are doing things we never thought possible. Come join us!

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Las Vegas, NV USA »
Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG)
• Understanding Oracle CPU Consumption: The Missing Link (1 hr, #932)
• Intro To Time Based Analysis: Stop The Guessing! (1 hr, #930)
• Oracle Memory Architecture And Performance Diagnosis In A Nutshell (30 min, #984)
• Calculating OS CPU Utilization From V$ Views, AWR, And Statspack (30 min, #982)
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Wiliamsburg, VA USA »
Virginia Oracle User Group (VOUG | HROUG)
• Pre-Conf: Digging for Database Performance Gold in Unusual Places (2pm-5pm, 23-Apr)
• Detailing Oracle CPU Consumption: The Missing Link (24-Apr)
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