Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 6th and 7th, 2012
Simon Law is a product manager responsible for the Oracle In-Memory Database Cache and TimesTen In-Memory Database products at Oracle. Simon has been with Oracle for over 10 years, working first in the Support services division and then as a product manager at the Server Globalization team. He joined the TimesTen division of Oracle in 2006. He is responsible for driving new requirements, promoting TimesTen features, and working as the communication channel between customers and development.
This session provides a technical discussion and demonstration of Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database and Oracle In-Memory Database Cache product capabilities. Learn how to use standard SQL and database APIs such as JDBC, ODBC, .NET, OCI, Pro*C, and PL/SQL to dramatically improve application response time and throughput. The presentation shows how to effectively extend an application to scale out transaction throughput and the effective size of cached data using an in-memory database cache grid. This session is ideal for database developers requiring maximum performance for new and existing applications, using well-understood and widely used database APIs.