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.

    Upcoming Webinars

    Future Proof your Databases: Integrate Database Operations into your DevOps Infrastructure
    Thursday, August 2, 12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m. Central

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    Constantly changing market dynamics are forcing many companies to look at ways to make their business more agile and this is driving the need to increase the cadence and quality of their application releases while also addressing governance, risk, security and compliance.

    As businesses continue to drive the adoption of DevOps methodologies such as Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment, the need to include databases into those processes has become even more important. In many companies, the database development lifecycle has become the bottleneck in an otherwise agile delivery process. As such, database professionals are under increasing pressure to shorten delivery timelines even further, only increasing the stakes within an already high-stress, risk-averse environment.

    What is needed is an automated approach where database operations can become a part of the DevOps pipeline so that changes can be made and deployed quickly, together with the application, without compromising quality, reliability or performance.

    This webcast will walk you through a typical scenario that shows how this can be achieved and will cover monitoring and root-cause diagnostics, problem resolution inside a DevOps workflow and data replication in a hybrid database environment, showing that the aspirations of safely bringing database operations into the DevOps infrastructure is within your grasp.

    • Speaker: John Pocknell, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Information Management Group, Quest Software

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    The Future of DBAs in a World of Autonomous Databases

    NEW! 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.

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    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.


    • Eric Bassier, Senior Director, Data Center Products and Solutions, Quantum

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    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
    The rise of data as a form of capital, and therefore your enterprise database, will have a direct impact on the future success of your business. Whether you are looking to unlock the value of your application data or just interested in integrating all your data and making it accessible to all your employees, join this session to learn how data management in the Cloud using Autonomous Database Cloud can transform your business and give you a competitive advantage. This session will also include a deep dive of the autonomous technology and show you what a self-driving, self-repairing and self-securing database really means.


    • Monica Kumar, Vice President, Product Marketing Database and Big Data, Oracle
    • Maria Colgan, Oracle

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    CodeTalk Series: JSON and PL/SQL: A Match Made in Database
    Darryl Hurley of Implestrat and Steven Feuerstein will follow up from their popular first JSON CodeTalk session in 2017 with a session focused on features added in Oracle Database 12c. Release 2 to support manipulation of JSON documents in PL/SQL. We'll also take any and all questions on working with JSON via SQL, support for which was added in Release 1. Want to make your UI developers happy? Then get really good at serving up JSON to them via a PL/SQL API! This CodeTalk session will help you get the expertise you need to do this.


    • Steven Feuerstein, Oracle Corporation
    • Darryl Hurley, Implestrat

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