- First place to look at Performance issues: check your SQL
- Since Apex (by default) is in the 12c seed and the root containers, plugging in a new container can be a challenge
- Self-service http://apex.oracle.com/vote to help prioritize new features
- Apex Listener does support multiple PDBs with configuration
By the way - http://apex.oracle.com (which now runs on an ExaData X2-2) gives out Apex Workspaces on demand. Great way to get access to a SQL environment to study for Oracle certification.
The next session was all about Oracle's Cloud initiatives. You are aware that Oracle is 'in the cloud', right? Well, they are, and it ain't just Cirrus.
Now, an ExaLogic session ... "a network optimized system for the mid tier"for speed daemons. Economics shine because you generally can *significantly* reduce the number of server cores to accomplish the same work load. It can run vanilla Linux or Solaris applications, as well as Exalogics-aware [WebLogic Server] applications.
Keywords to look up, during and after Open World: Nimbula; Open Stack;
Time to head to the Hilton! Bring me a beer!!!