Top 60 Oracle Blogs

Recent comments

Hotsos Symposium 2011

Event date: 
Sun, 2011-03-06 - Thu, 2011-03-10

 Join the world's top Oracle performance analysts at the ninth annual Hotsos Symposium, which is the conference dedicated to issues of Oracle system performance. The Symposium will be held March 6 — 10, 2011 at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Irving, TX.
"The Symposium was awesome. I really mean that. I had a great time and the speakers were great. It is a real testament to your company how well this seminar proceeds. Everything from the selections of food for lunch and breakfast to the timely topics is very well thought out. There wasn't one lost moment.

Everyone who spoke was fascinating and obviously expert at what they were speaking on. I enjoyed Tom Kyte's keynote address as well as his follow-up session on the importance of Metadata. Richard Foote's information on indexes was particularly helpful to me. We tested out Kerry Osborne's scripts to control execution plans without changing code and it worked as advertised. Every speaker was very informative and I got a lot out of the seminar. 

All in all - time well spent."


— Tom Hennessy

Why Is the Hotsos Symposium Different?
Hotsos Symposium is the best conference in the Americas devoted to Oracle system performance. The combination of topic focus, small audience size, and large speaker list make the Hotsos Symposium an unsurpassed networking opportunity.
Hotsos Symposium reaches for a new technical high with presentations focused on techniques, experimental results, and field-tested scripts that attendees can take home and apply to real-world tasks. The speakers routinely offer an excellent balance between database principles and problem-solving techniques. The speakers also show you how to determine the difference between reliable information and bad advice around Oracle performance optimization.
Like what you read, but want a little taste of Symposium? Watch this video to see what you missed last year.
Symposium Speaker Sessions
The call for papers has ended, and we received the greatest response ever! Speakers and sessions will be announced on November 5, 2010. Be sure to register today because you won't want to miss this event.
Hotsos is excited to announce that Kerry Osborne will give a technical keynote for Symposium 2011. Kerry's topic is entitled, Back to the Future: Mainframes, Open Systems, and the New Role of Exadata. To find out more about Kerry and his topic, please visit ourKeynote page.
Optional Training Day
We call her the Grand PooBah of SQL, some call her the Queen of SQL, but most know her as Karen Morton. Karen is the headliner for Training Day 2011, and her topic is Managing SQL Performance - Practical Information and Tools for Writing and Maintaining Optimally Performing SQL. To find out more information about Karen and what she will cover, please visit the Training Day page.
Registration and Pricing
Registration for Hotsos Symposium 2011 is open. Visit our Registration page to sign up.
The pricing for the Symposium is as follows:

  • $1195, if registering on or before December 31, 2010
  • $1350, if registering on or before February 11, 2011
  • $1495, if registering after February 11, 2011

Pricing for the optional Training Day is:

  • $500

**NEW!** Registration Price including Hotel:

Hotsos has partnered with the Omni to provide a bundled price for Symposium and Training Day this year.

  • $1695 for Symposium, plus three nights of hotel lodging, if registering on or before December 31, 2010
  • $2362 for Symposium, Training Day and four nights of hotel lodging, if registering on or before December 31, 2010

In order to take advantage of these discounts, please register and pay prior to the deadlines listed above. To find out more detailed information about registration, pricing and our cancellation policy, please visit our Registration page.
Presentation Materials - Going Green again in '11!