Q701: Introduction to Oracle In-Memory Database Cache
Simon Law , Oracle Corporation    Biography

Objectives: What is In-Memory Database Cache?
In-Memory Database Cache use cases
How to get started with In-Memory Database Cache
Abstract: Oracle In-Memory Database Cache is an Oracle Database product option ideal for caching performance-critical subsets of an Oracle database for improved resonse time in the application tier. Cache tables can be read-only or updatable. Applications read and update the cache tables using standard SQL, and data synchronization between the cache and the Oracle Database is performned automatically. Oracle In-Memory Database Cache offers applications the full generality and functionality of a relational database, the transparent maintenance of cache consistency with the Oracle Database, and the real-time performance of an in-memory database.

Audiernce Focus: Developers
Expertise: Beginner
Track: Database
Date: Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Time: 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM