Simon Law, Oracle Corporation
Oracle In-Memory Database Cache is a database option that provides real-time, updatable caching for the Oracle database. Oracle In-Memory Database Cache improves application transaction response time by caching a performance-critical subset of tables and table fragments from an Oracle database to the application tier. Cache tables are managed like regular SQL relational database tables within the TimesTen In-Memory Database. Applications continue to read/update data with JDBC, Oracle Call Interface, PL/SQL, Pro*C, and Oracle Data Provider for .NET while benefiting from accelerated performance, automatic synchronization, and high availability. This session is ideal for database developers requiring maximum performance for new and existing applications, using well understood and widely used database APIs.
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