Tag: Autonomous Transaction Processing

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

DBAs spend time dealing with maintenance, security, and outage issues with little time for innovation. Self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing Autonomous Databases free data professionals to leverage their domain knowledge and data skills to extract more value from data. Oracle Machine Learning, part of Autonomous Database, “moves the algorithms to the data” for in-database processing of machine learning algorithms that eliminate data movement. Now, the entire machine learning process:  problem statement, data understanding and preparation, model building and evaluation, model apply and model deployment runs inside the Oracle Database.   Database developers perform many supporting tasks today, typically 80% of the work, but refer to them as ETL, data wrangling, data transformations, and productionizing scripts.   Come learn how ADW, ATP, and Oracle Machine Learning makes it easy for you to easily expand your valuable data skills and become “data scientists” in just 6 weeks!

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Oracle Enterprise Manager provides a comprehensive monitoring solution for your on-premise, hybrid, and cloud estate through a single pane of glass. Through its holistic approach, Oracle Enterprise Manager offers rich features as a foundation for monitoring all components of your IT infrastructure. This session gives valuable insight into monitoring best practices with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c. Learn practical tips and strategies with common use cases to simplify and streamline monitoring of your IT ecosystem. Drill-down topics covered include best practices, common challenges, and new features in monitoring including Intelligent Incident Compression, Always-On Monitoring, login page customization, consolidating alerts, and more.

Jeff Erickson, content strategist for database and data-driven innovation at Oracle, wrote about the four expert tips that Erik Benner, Vice President of Enterprise Transformation at Mythics Inc., came up with to help ensure Oracle Autonomous Database success. Of Benner’s four suggestions, one will help you get started, two will save you money, and one is a tip to avoid.