Tag: Database Cloud Service

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Database In-Memory is targeted at speeding up analytic queries by orders of magnitude over traditional row-based queries. Join Oracle Product Management in a journey that will take you through the architecture and features of Database In-Memory. Learn how to get started with Database In-Memory, how to identify which objects to populate in memory, how to identify which indexes to drop, and details on how to integrate it with other performance-enhancing features of Oracle Database. This session will also show you how Database In-Memory speeds up your analytic workload and will provide tips on how to configure Oracle Database to get the biggest performance benefits. This session will not cover what Database In-Memory is, but will instead tell you how it works and what to do to implement it.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Cloud is transforming the enterprise and the career path of the DBA. See how. As cloud gains momentum and migrations of applications and databases become more common, the question is often asked: "Does Cloud mean the end of the DBA?" Cloud is likely not the end of the DBA, but instead an agent in unprecedented change. This webcast will cover how Cloud is bringing about that evolution and what today's DBAs must know to be successful in a Cloud-enabled future.

The future is here, let's take advantage of it today!

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Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for Oracle continues to be a popular choice for “lifting and shifting” mission-critical Oracle database workloads to the cloud. In this session, you learn how you can scale compute, storage, and databases to address changing database workload patterns and increasing business demands for cost optimization. We also cover best practices for new high availability, security, and disaster recovery features.

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Amazon RDS Oracle Database service and Oracle Autonomous Database are DBaaS. They have similarities and differences. Come to this session to understand the features and contrasts of both services – not an attempt to show one is better than the other. Both have their use cases and advantages. Having a deep understanding of the capabilities and limitations will help you to understand the best and suitable service for your application.

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Powerful Machine Learning (ML) is now available to Oracle DBAs. Over the past few years, a number of changes have occurred making this possible. As Oracle DBAs, it is now our turn to leverage ML, enabling us to do things never before possible.

But there is a lot to learn. Everything from methodology to math to tools. And then the nagging question of, are there real machine learning use cases for the Oracle DBA?

In this presentation, I'm going to introduce you to the world of ML from a DBA perspective! This includes understanding what ML is, why use it, and why now. The ah-ha moment will occur when you realize many of our monitoring, alerting, diagnosis, and analysis skills are significantly enhanced with ML.

I will demonstrate a simple yet complete ML project using Python and the "Always Free" Oracle Autonomous Database with Oracle ML SQL Notebooks. All presentation slides, scripts, and a recording of the demonstration are available!

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Containers have been embraced by the developer community, but acceptance and adoption by DBAs is more... tepid. That's understandable--why would anyone want a database that's stateless and immutable?! I started using Docker under duress and had no idea what I was doing. Since then, I've learned that Docker elegantly addresses many situations faced by DBAs, including:
- Rapidly provisioning test and development environments
- Interacting with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure databases (including ATP and ADW)
- Preparing environments for performance testing
- Building Gold images
- Exploring new technologies and features
- Discovering and confirming bugs
- Preparing for certification exams

This session is a crash course in Docker covering the terminology, concepts, skills, and practical examples needed to begin using containers to support databases.

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Oracle Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager continuously introduce new and interesting features that help improve DBA productivity and maximize performance while reducing management costs. This session covers the theory behind performance diagnosis and tuning and the new capabilities in Oracle Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager, such as Performance Hub, Automatic Workload Repository, multitenant enhancements, and many others. This session provides practical recommendations and real-world best practices on when and how to best use which feature, helping DBAs with day-to-day tasks.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Join Oracle development for the latest updates on high availability (HA) best practices in this well-established technical deep-dive session. Learn how to optimize all aspects of Oracle Active Data Guard 19c. See how to use session draining, transparent application continuity, Oracle RAC, and Oracle GoldenGate to mask outages and planned maintenance from users and to accelerate time to repair for single database or your fleet of databases. Hear about the latest HA best practices with Oracle Multitenant and understand how the new sharded architecture can achieve even higher levels of HA and fault isolation for OLTP applications. Find out how everything you know about Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) on-premises can be deployed in the cloud.

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Robots may be the first to truly learn Machine Learning (ML) and expand into Artificial Intelligence (AI). Python is one of the keys to Machine Learning as we program the invention of Man's Mind to further replace man's most basic tasks. This session will focus on ML 101 and building the future ahead.

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We are creatures of habit. We tend to stay the course concerning what we create and how we create it. But is this tendency causing us to settle for just good enough? From OBIEE to Data Visualization Desktop to Oracle Analytics Cloud… this is not your parent’s OBIEE. Maybe it’s time for a reboot?

In this presentation, we’ll explore the new face of Oracle Analytics, both literally by looking at Oracle Data Visualization, and figuratively with how advances in the platform can affect our approach and methodology. If you are new to Oracle Analytics, I’ll convince you that this product is capable of enabling a data-driven culture. If you’ve been around the block a few times with OBIEE, then I’ll make you question how you’ve delivered analytics in the past.