Friday, October 20, 2017
The Most Important Things You Should Know About Oracle
Accenture Enkitec Group and Method R Corporation
Cary Millsap has been a performance specialist and business leader in the
Oracle ecosystem since 1989. In the years since, he has helped convert a lot
of catastrophes into successes, and he has traveled with most of the best
Oracle experts in the world. In this presentation intended for both technical
and non-technical audience members, Cary will distill the most important
lessons he has learned and illustrate those lessons with stories from his
Cary Millsap is a teacher, consultant, writer, software designer and developer, and Oracle software performance specialist. He is a performance specialist at Accenture Enkitec Group, and he owns and operates Method R Corporation, a company that provides software tools and education services to firms including Fortune 100 companies Cary has presented at hundreds of public and private events around the world, and his blog is read by thousands of people each month. He is published in journals including Communications of the ACM. He wrote the book Optimizing Oracle Performance, for which he and co-author Jeff Holt were named Oracle Magazine’s 2004 Authors of the Year, and he is the author of The Method R Guide to Mastering Oracle Trace Data.
Cary worked for Oracle Corporation throughout the 1990s. At Oracle, he served dozens of Oracle customers, founded and grew three consulting practices, and educated thousands of Oracle users in the use of Oracle technology. In 1993, he was named the Oracle USA national consultant of the year, and in 1996 he was awarded Oracle Consulting’s top honor for the Americas Division. When he departed Oracle in 1999 to become an entrepreneur, he was a Vice President in charge of the US$20M System Performance Group, and he was the representative for Oracle’s system architecture and syatem management service lines on the Oracle Consutling Global Steering Committee, responsible for compensation plan construction, education planning, practice creation, and product/service quality programs.