Jim Czuprynski

Friday Jul 18th 2003 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Jim Czuprynski has more than 30 years of experience in information technology. He has worked at several Fortune 1000 companies during his career and filled many roles - FOCUS database administrator, Powerbuilder applications developer, web designer, business analyst, and project manager - before becoming an Oracle database administrator. He currently holds OCP certification for Oracle 9i, 10g and 11g.

Jim Czuprynski-Oracle Technical Evangelist

Jim Czuprynski has accumulated over 30 years of experience during his information technology career. He has filled diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies in those three decades - mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager - before becoming an Oracle database administrator in 2001. He currently holds OCP certification for Oracle 9i, 10g and 11g. Jim teaches the core Oracle University database administration courses on behalf of Oracle and its Education Partners throughout the United States and Canada, instructing several hundred Oracle DBAs since 2005. He was selected as Oracle Education Partner Instructor of the Year in 2009.

Jim resides in Bartlett, Illinois, USA with his wife Ruth, whose career as a project manager and software quality assurance manager for a multinational insurance company makes for interesting marital discussions. He enjoys cross-country skiing, biking, bird watching, and writing about his life experiences in the field of information technology.

 

 

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Oracle Database 11gR2 I/O Performance Tuning:

Oracle Database 11g: Data Guard

Oracle Database 11g: Secure Files

Oracle Database 11g: Database Replay

Oracle Database 11g: SQL Plan Management

Oracle Database 11g: SQL Performance Analyzer

Oracle 10g Secure Backup

Oracle 10gR2 Security

Oracle 10g Scheduler Enhancements

Oracle 10g Automatic Storage Management

Oracle 10g Availability Enhancements

The Oracle 10g Scheduler

Oracle 10g SQL Enhancements

Oracle Database Resource Manager

Oracle Label Security

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- Oracle 11gR2 I/O Performance Tuning: Using Solid State Drives
- Oracle 11gR2 I/O Performance Tuning: Implementing I/O Performance Improvements
- Identifying and Evaluating I/O Bottlenecks in Oracle Database
- Generate TPC Workloads For Oracle Databases Using Benchmark Factory
- Oracle Database I/O Performance Tuning Using Benchmark Factory
- The Buzz From the Oracle OpenWorld 2010 Exhibition Floor
- Oracle Database I/O Performance Tuning: Capturing Extra-Database I/O Performance Metrics
- I/O Performance Tuning Tools for Oracle Database 11gR2
- Oracle Database 11gR2 I/O Performance Tuning: A Primer
- Leveraging ACFS Snapshots and Cluster Infrastructure in Oracle Database 11gR2
- Using Oracle Database 11gR2's New ASM Features During ASM Migration
- Oracle Database 11gR2: Building an ASM Clustered File System (ACFS)
- Oracle Database 11gR2: Installing Grid Infrastructure
- Leveraging Logical Standby Databases in Oracle 11g Data Guard
- The Second 5 top new features in Oracle Database 11gR2
- Fast-Start Failover in Oracle 11g Data Guard
- Oracle Database 11g Release 2 New Features Summary, Part 1
- Performing Database Failover with Oracle 11g Data Guard
- Using Oracle 11g's Active Data Guard and Snapshot Standby Features
- Leveraging Oracle 11g Data Guard for Database Backup and Recovery
- Oracle 11g Data Guard: Grid Control Management
- Configuring Data Guard Broker
- Oracle 11g Data Guard: Building a Physical Standby Database
- Oracle 11g's Transparent Data Encryption Security Feature
- How to Migrate from BasicFiles to SecureFiles Storage
- SecureFiles in Oracle Database 11g
- Oracle Database 11g: Flashback Transaction Backout
- Oracle Database 11g: Flashback Data Archives
- ADDM Enhancements in Oracle Database 11g
- Oracle Database 11g: Adaptive Cursor Sharing
- Oracle Database 11g: PLSQL and OCI Result Set Caching
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Query Result Set Caching
- Oracle Database 11g: Database Replay, Part 3
- Oracle Database 11g: Database Replay, Part 2
- Oracle Database 11g: Database Replay, Part 1
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Plan Management, Part 3
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Plan Management, Part 2
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Plan Management, Part 1
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Performance Analyzer, Part 3
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Performance Analyzer, Part 2
- Oracle Database 11g: SQL Performance Analyzer, Part 1
- Oracle Database 11g: Automatic SQL Tuning
- Product Review: HyperBac for Oracle
- Oracle Database 11g Release 1 New Features Summary, Part 2
- Oracle Database 11g Release 1 New Features Summary, Part 1
- Oracle Secure Backup, Part 3: Conclusion
- Oracle Secure Backup, Part 2: A Sample Implementation
- Oracle 10gR2 RAC Load Balancing Features
- Oracle 10g Secure Backup, Part 1: Concepts
- Oracle 10gR2 Security, Part 4: Securing Data Extracts, Exports and Recovery Files
- Oracle 10gR2 Security, Part 3: Transparent Data Encryption
- Oracle 10g Security, Part 2: Virtual Private Database
- Oracle 10g Security, Part 1: Fine-Grained Auditing
- Oracle 10g Materialized View Enhancements, Part 2
- Oracle 10g Materialized View Enhancements, Part 1
- Oracle 10gR2 Adaptive Thresholds, Part 2: Implementation
- Oracle 10gR2 Adaptive Thresholds, Part 1: Overview
- Oracle 10gR2 Transportable Tablespace Enhancements: Tablespace Versioning and Data Jukeboxes
- Oracle 10g Transportable Tablespace Enhancements: Cross-Platform Conversion Capabilities
- Oracle 10g Scheduler Enhancements, Part 2: Job Chains
- Oracle 10g Scheduler Enhancements, Part 1
- Oracle 10g Automatic Storage Management (ASM), Part 3: Advanced Features
- Oracle 10g Automatic Storage Management (ASM), Part 2: Sample Implementation
- Oracle 10g Automatic Storage Management, Part 1: Overview
- Super-Sizing A Database: Oracle 10g Tablespace Enhancements
- Playing With MODELs: Oracle 10g SQL Enhancements, Part 3
- Data Densification, Demystified: Oracle 10g SQL Enhancements, Part 2
- Strong SQL Made Even Stronger: Oracle 10g SQL Enhancements, Part 1
- Oracle 10g PL/SQL Enhancements, Part 2: Utility Players
- Oracle 10g PL/SQL Enhancements, Part 1: DBMS_CRYPTO, DBMS_MONITOR, and DBMS_SERVER_ALERT
- Oracle 10g DataPump, Part 2: Implementation
- Oracle 10g DataPump, Part 1: Overview
- Oracle 10g Availability Enhancements, Part 4: LogMiner and Data Guard
- Oracle 10g Availability Enhancements, Part 3: FLASHBACK Enhancements
- Oracle 10g Availability Enhancements, Part 2: Flashback Database
- Oracle 10g Availability Enhancements, Part 1: Backup and Recovery Improvements
- The Oracle 10g Scheduler, Part 3: Advanced Features
- The Oracle 10g Scheduler, Part 2: Implementation
- The Oracle 10g Scheduler, Part 1: Overview
- Transitioning to Locally-Managed Tablespaces
- Using Cursor Variables As Function Arguments on Oracle 9i
- CASTing About For a Solution: Using CAST and Table Functions in PL/SQL
- Don't Just Do Something, Stand There! Avoiding Junior DBA Mistakes
- Oracle Database Resource Manager, Part 3: Conclusion
- Oracle Database Resource Manager, Part 2: Resource Plan Management
- Oracle Database Resource Manager, Part 1:Overview
- CONFIGURE This! Taking Advantage of Oracle 9i Recovery Manager (RMAN) Features During Backups
- Oracle Label Security, Part 4: Conclusion
- Oracle Label Security, Part 3: Administration
- Oracle Label Security, Part 2: Implementation
- Oracle Label Security, Part 1: Overview
- Oracle Safety Blankets: Insulating Your Applications Against Database Changes
- It All Depends on the CONTEXT: Using Oracle's SYS_CONTEXT Function
- Getting ANSI About Joins
- Becoming the Master of Disaster
- Activating, Monitoring, and Tuning Automatic PGA Memory Management via PGA_AGGREGATE_TARGET Under Oracle 9i
- Concerned About The (Oracle) Environment?

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