EBS - Webcast Recording Best Practices E-Business Suite Performance Tuning [Audio]
(Doc ID 1530509.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2019
Applies to:Oracle E-Business Suite Performance - Version 188.8.131.52 to 12.1.3 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
We are providing the recording of the Advisor Webcast Best Practices E-Business Suite Performance Tuning, which we drove on 13th February 2013 under the Advisor Webcast program for the E-Business Suite Technology area.
This 1.5-hour session is recommended for technical and functional Users who are interested to get an generic overview about Best Practices E-Business Suite Performance Tuning. We are covering an overview of "Best Practices E-Business Suite Performance Tuning" and sharing our experience from the daily SR work in this Product area.
The main objective of this presentation is to provide an overview of how Oracle E-Business Suite DBAs, developers, and implementers can improve E-Business Suite performance by following a performance tuning methodology. Identifying performance bottlenecks can sometimes be a complex task with any distributed computing system.It is sometimes difficult to know where to start.So in this session we will provide you a performance tuning methodology which helps to overcome this issue.Also provide guidance on the information you may need to gather in order for Oracle Support to assist you with this task for the E-Business Suite. We will show you tools and techniques that you can use to tune the system. we will also share Best Practices based on our experience from various customer.
Agenda of this Webcast:
- Applications Architecture
- Defining & Isolating issue
- How to approach a performance issue
- SQL Trace and TKPROF output
- AWR/Statspack Report
- Best Practices - Maximizing the performance
- Announcement : Upcoming training “Concurrent Manager – Best Practice”
The Presentation we used for the Webcast is also available here in PDF Format.
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