Tag: Cloud Computing

Oracle has a broad and multi-pronged Cloud Strategy with Virtualization, Engineered Systems, Private and Public Clouds. The offerings have different timelines of readiness as well as different drivers to take a particular direction. This sessions is designed to help you understand and plan for a 6, 12 and 18 month roadmap for your Oracle investments…

A database is a very resource intensive by its very nature and one of the most resource intensive applications you will ever virtualize. If best practices are not followed, the database will never perform as needed. This presentation will teach the DBA best practices for Virtualizing Oracle/MySQL databases with a heavy emphasis on VMware.

An August 2011 survey of 257 IT and data managers and professionals finds more organizations are embracing both private and public cloud computing. The latest survey finds 37% of respondents now have private cloud computing efforts underway within their enterprises, up from 29% in a similar survey conducted in August 2010. This is also the…

This presentation deals with creating pre-built Oracle Virtual Machines (OVM) templates for rapid software deployment. A case study implementing Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) in about an hour instead of weeks, using pre-built OVM templates will be shown. Emphasis will be on creating, deploying and customizing OVM templates for rapid software deployment. An overview of…

The Amazon Elastic Computing Cloud is rapidly gaining acceptance as an enterprise-class Oracle platform. In this virgin territory, Oracle professionals need a complete understanding of cloud computing concepts and architectures. This session addresses the basics, and goes further, providing guidance on how best to optimize and configure Oracle for performance, stability and manageability in the…

Session discusses Oracle VM's capabilities, Creating Software Templates, Automation of Oracle Installs and Patches in VM Environments, integration with EM Grid Control, Administration using Oracle VM Manager, OCFS2 Cluster configuration, Server Pools & Live Migration, ASM Configuration in Guest Machines, Monitoring & Alerting, Implementation Specifics and Lessons learned during implementation.

Oracle Database 11gR2 has a number of unique features thataid in detecting and solving database and SQL related performance issues. AlthoughOracle 11g provide a plethora of tools and options to deal with databaseperformance, the question, however, is which of these are the most useful andpractical and how we can manage all the performance statistics that…

See how the Oracle Public Cloud's Java Cloud Service can dramatically simplify the creation and management of customizations for Applications products such as Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle CRM On-Demand, and Oracle E-Business Suite. In this session we will describe how you can use the Java Cloud Service to provision cloud based Applications customizations in minutes…

Oracle VM provides two major categories of virtual machines; HVM and Paravirtualized. The HVM or Hardware Virtualized Machine is able to take advantage of hardware acceleration features built into the x86 chipset to accelerate certain operations. The Paravirtualized machine is able to take advantage of more efficient device drivers, thus accelerating network and I/O operations.…

Oracle Database 11g Release 2 introduces the next generation of the enterprise grid architecture for Oracle Database, making it easier for your data center to get on the grid. If you need a dynamic and scalable architecture to support your enterprise applications, attend this session to understand the new features of Oracle Real Application Clusters…