Webcasts & Online Events
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.
How To Identify The Right Workload For Database In-Memory
Tuesday March, 26, 12:00p.m. - 2:00p.m. Central
Oracle Database In-Memory promises an incredible performance boost for analytic queries. But how do you determine if you have an analytic workload that will benefit from Database In-Memory? This presentation will review what Database In-Memory is and how it works, and then we will talk about what types of workload will benefit from Database In-Memory. We will also examine what aspects of a SQL query benefit from Database In-Memory and then compare some actual SQL statement executions to demonstrate where Database In-Memory provides benefit and how Database In-Memory provides that benefit.
Who should watch:
This session is targeted at DBAs, Application Architects, Developers and IT Managers who are looking for a way to significantly improve the performance of analytic processing. Individuals responsible for supporting and delivering analytic reporting and business intelligence applications to their organization will find this session useful.
Andy Rivenes, Product Manager at Oracle for Database In-Memory
Biography: Andy Rivenes is a Product Manager at Oracle for Database In-Memory. Prior to that Andy was a Product Manager for Heat Map, Automatic Data Optimization, SecureFiles and DBFS. Andy has spent a large part of his career managing Oracle databases and he now spends his time helping customers implement Database In-Memory as well as providing information about Database In-Memory through blogs, conferences, and customer visits. You can visit the Database In-Memory blog at https://blogs.oracle.com/in-memory or follow his tweets as @TheInMemoryGuy.
The Future of DBAs in a World of Autonomous DatabasesNEW! This presentation will uncover the reality behind the assertion that Autonomous Databases mean “the Death of the DBA” and detail which parts of Database Administration will be "Autonomous" and which will not. It will also suggest ways current DBAs can expand and update their skills to remain relevant in this new world. It will show that the need for skilled and experienced "data people" will actually increase and expand.
Speaker: Clay Jackson, Database Systems Consultant, Quest
Bio: Clay is a Database Systems Consultant for Quest, specializing in Database Performance Management and Replication Tools. Prior to joining Quest, Jackson was the DBA Manager at Darigold. He also spent over 10 years managing Oracle, SQLServer and DB2 databases and DBAs at Washington Mutual. While at WaMu, Jackson was the Enterprise Database Compliance Officer, with responsibility for Database Security and Disaster Recovery. He was also responsible for Oracle databases at Starbucks and US West. While at Starbucks, he participated in the Oracle 7 Alpha Test, and was part of the Oracle Very Large Database Customer Focus Group. He is also part of the OAK Table Group.
The New Laws of Long Term Storage
Hey storage architects! With the explosion of unstructured data, and new challenges like ransomware and GDPR compliance, the laws of long term storage are changing. And with the rise of cloud storage services, storage architects are being inundated with different options. Join this webinar to understand what alternatives are available, and practical steps you can take the make the right decision for your infrastructure.
Dig into Autonomous Database in the Cloud
Join us for the first in a monthly series of webinars where we'll be partnering with Oracle experts on deep-dives into the technology behind the Oracle Public Cloud.
An autonomous future – powered by Oracle
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