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Enkitec introduces a training course entitled “Pro Oracle® SQL Tuning: SQL Internals” to its education division. The course instructor is Karen Morton, a senior technical consultant with Enkitec and an esteemed expert on Oracle. “Pro Oracle® SQL Tuning: SQL Internals” is intended to provide fast yet in-depth coverage that will allow Database Administrators (DBAs) and Developers to improve their ability to quickly and accurately find and diagnose SQL performance problems.
Irving, Texas (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Enkitec, an IT consulting firm that specializes in the Oracle Technology Stack, recently introduced a training course entitled “Pro Oracle® SQL Tuning: SQL Internals” to its education division. The inaugural course will be taught at Enkitec’s training center January 23-24, 2013, and will also be available to attend online throughout the year.
This two-day course focuses on SQL execution internals, which are the foundation of all SQL tuning. Students will gain an understanding of how SQL executes from the "inside out" through an in-depth overview, beginning with Oracle architectural components, such as the SGA and PGA, and continuing through the specific mechanics of how SQL executes. Students will build on these SQL internals fundamentals by taking a deep dive into SQL Execution Plans and the access and join methods that Oracle uses.
“Pro Oracle® SQL Tuning: SQL Internals” is intended to provide fast yet in-depth coverage that will allow Database Administrators (DBAs) and Developers to improve their ability to quickly and accurately find and diagnose SQL performance problems. Pro Oracle SQL, a comprehensive technical book published by Apress and co-authored by Karen Morton and Kerry Osborne (et al), will be used as a reference tool throughout the training. Each student will receive a copy at the conclusion of the course. Click HERE for more details and dates.
“Like learning to drive a car, you can learn the basics of writing SQL and be able to get your applications from place to place. But if you want to go further than the basics, you need to get under the hood and learn how your SQL does what it does. You’ll not only be equipped with additional skills to be a better driver, but you’ll be a qualified mechanic, too,” stated Karen.
For more information about Enkitec’s training curriculum and calendar, visit their corporate website at http://www.enkitec.com or call 972-607-3751.
Enkitec is an information technology services firm specializing in the Oracle platform. As a leading Oracle Platinum Partner, Enkitec employs the foremost experts in revolutionary database technologies such as Oracle Exadata. Enkitec was established in 2004 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with an established presence in Europe, Houston and Austin/San Antonio. With consultants averaging 15 years of Oracle experience and over 100 Exadata implementations, Enkitec leads the world with the most knowledgeable Oracle experts. Services include: Oracle Database Administration, Oracle Application Development, business intelligence, Application Express, technology stabilization, education, and ongoing managed services for Oracle Systems. For more information about Enkitec, please visit their corporate website at http://www.enkitec.com.
About Karen Morton
For more than 25 years, Karen Morton has worked in information technology as a mainframe programmer, developer, DBA, data architect, author, researcher, educator and consultant. Having used Oracle since the early ’90s, she began teaching others how to use Oracle over a decade ago. Ms. Morton is the co-author of three books from Apress: Beginning Oracle SQL, Expert Oracle Practices: Database Administration from the Oak Table and Pro Oracle SQL. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups, a member of the OakTable Network, and an Oracle ACE. Currently Ms. Morton is a senior technical consultant with Enkitec.
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