Oracle Webcasts & Online Events
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Or is it TechCast, or simply Online Event? You’ll see them all here because IOUG draws Oracle speakers, experts and presenters from all over the place (and they can call their events whatever they like). What they have in common, though, is professionalism, passion and a goal of bringing you smart and actionable information you can use right away. Whether registering for an upcoming event or looping back to check out ones you missed, you've come to the right place for all things Oracle.
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Stop the Madness!
Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CDT
Want to learn how to make Oracle and PeopleSoft application changes fast, reliably and compliant?
Due to time constraints and overloaded schedules, Oracle Application business analysts and super users sometimes take short-cuts and make unauthorized changes directly in their production environment. Why? The changes are usually in response to an application problem that needs a fix ASAP. So what? Well, the changes may fix the issue with the application but it may create other issues since the formal change management process wasn’t followed, increasing risk of audit and compliance issues as well as increasing the risk of future application outages.
During this 45-minute webinar, you will learn how to:
Schedule automated deployments and recovery capabilities
2015 Exadata Virtual Conference
Get One or Two Days of Exadata Insight
Feburary 11th - 12th
Working Smart with Oracle Exadata Database Machine
Oracle Database In-Memory And Exadata: Do I Still Need Exadata?
Exadata Performance: Latest Improvements and Less Known Features
Smart Analytics and Capacity Management for DbaaS using R
Oracle’s Revolutionary SPARC M7 Processor with Software in Silicon
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CDT
Oracle’s revolutionary Software in Silicon technology extends the design philosophy of engineered systems to the chip. Co-engineered by Oracle’s software and microprocessor engineers, Software in Silicon implements accelerators directly in the processor to deliver a rich feature-set that enables quick development of databases and applications that are more reliable and run faster. With the combination of the SPARC M7 processor and Oracle Database 12c In-memory the Real Time Enterprise becomes a reality.
To improve data security Oracle has built specific memory integrity algorithms into a chip. This hardware-enabled functionality can be used to detect and prevent data corruptions and security violations. When combined with built in encryption ciphers the SPARC M7 processor provides unmatched security for mission-critical workloads and building secure cloud environments.
Listen to Oracle performance expert, Brad Carlile, describe the new Software in Silicon features and how they can accelerate and secure your Oracle Database workloads.
Featured Speaker: Brad Carlile, Senior Director of Strategic Applications Engineering, Oracle
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