Hotsos Symposium Speaker – Kellyn Pot'Vin

Kellyn Pot'Vin is a new Hotsos Symposium presenter.

Biography

Kellyn Pot'VinKellyn Pot'Vin has more than fifteen years of experience in information technology and more than twelve years with Oracle, SQL Server and numerous years with the MySQL database platforms. She specializes in database performance tuning and the glories of simplifying database management.

In recent years, she's been working with large SSD databases and Exadata, taking advantage of the newest technology and performance tuning features. Kellyn is known for her technical blog, dbakevlar.com, numerous technical sites, including a main contributer at OraDBPedia.com.

She is on the board of directors for RMOUG and the database track for ODTUG's KSCOPE 2012-13. She's performed numerous presentations, including RMOUG, KSCOPE, MOW, OOW and SQL Saturday. Kellyn is an Oracle ACE .

Kellyn lives with her partner, Tim, and her three children in Broomfield, CO. She is currently honing her technical skills at Enkitec, an Oracle-centric consulting partner (www.Enkitec.com).

Presentation Title

EM12c: Metric Extensions — Designing, Deploying and Dynamic Success

Abstract

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c has introduced adaptable and fluid new monitoring concepts, including "metric extensions," which all DBAs who manage their environment with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c should understand how to use. Attendees will leave this session with a clear understanding of how to plan, develop, and deploy metric extensions to ensure dynamic and full monitoring of any Oracle environment.

The session discusses monitoring templates, the metric extension library, and the full suite of metric and collection capabilities. It also includes demonstrations showing how to utilize the features and a full Q&A period to ensure that everyone grasps the full potential of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c in this arena.

Presentation Materials

Presentation materials are available online to attendees only.

Schedule

The speaker schedule is as follows: