Hotsos Symposium Speaker – Dan Norris

Mr. Norris is a new Hotsos Symposium presenter.

Biography

Dan Norris

Dan has been a consultant on Oracle DBA issues, Unix administration, tuning, high availability, and troubleshooting since 1998. His design of highly available system architectures including multi-tier application environments has led to many successful engagements performing implementation, design, and assessment of security for systems, networks, applications, and databases. Dan holds Oracle Certified Master DBA and Red Hat Certified Engineer certifications among many others. He has spoken at Oracle Open World and IOUG conference events since 2003 and many other local and regional events as well.

Dan is an Oracle Ace Director.

Presentation Title

Avoiding Common RAC Problems

Abstract

RAC doesn't work for everyone in every situation, that's a fact. However, in many cases, RAC can work and work well if configured and used properly. Some issues are caused by simple misconfiguration, others are more complex like application-related logic issues that only surface in RAC environments. There are some issues that appear with a relatively high frequency and many of them can be fixed without knowledge of internals. Specifically, this session will review common issues in the areas of networking, storage, people, applications, and testing, examining the issues and their solutions.

Presentation Materials

Presentation materials are available onlineto attendees only. Mr. Norris' presentation materials may be found on the Hotsos portal. Attendees may use their portal id to log in to retrieve the materials.

Schedule

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