Tag: Database & Technology

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 100910

This talk is for database and information security professionals.

The database holds the crown jewels of the organization; however, the infosec security teams have little understanding of working of the database and database developers, designers, and DBAs have little understanding of security concepts. I get it, we get pressure from the top and the users to deliver a system with little time or budget to apply to database security. In this talk, we are going to take the 10,000 meter view of the database and look at the attack surface, attack vectors, and how to mitigate those attacks. At the end of the presentation, developers, designers, and DBAs will have action items they can take back to their shop and start improving security.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 100890

Understanding how Oracle Database data and index compression works, what has changed in the latest versions and discussing compression best practices can help you in getting the best results with Oracle Compression. Join Oracle Product Management to gain insights on compression topics that include: when compression occurs during bulk loads and DML inserts/updates, when to use Index Key (prefix) Compression versus Advanced Index Compression, how to track compression using AWR’s as well as recent Advanced Row Compression and Hybrid Columnar Compression enhancements with Oracle Database. This session is the perfect opportunity to get all your compression questions answered by Product Management.

Mar 25 @  1:00pm

In our IT careers, we can find ourselves at a crossroads—trying to understand the best way to grow and develop. We want to maximize our professional impact, but we aren’t clear if we should focus on building technical proficiency, industry knowledge, or “people skills.” What does a strong roadmap for our career development look like?…

Oracle’s Autonomous Database was first released in 2019, initially on 18c and now upgraded to 19c. This paper will go over some of the basic concepts and features of Autonomous Database and walk you through a primer on setting up and deploying an Autonomous Database on the Oracle Cloud.

Organizations that have strong IT leadership, strong IT influence, get superior results. And not only do they get superior results, but they also get it with less effort. They get it with less rework. And so for us to commit ourselves to our own leadership and influence and how we can improve our leadership and influence can make a huge impact on the organizations that we serve.

Mar 11 @  1:00pm

In our IT careers, we can find ourselves at a crossroads—trying to understand the best way to grow and develop. We want to maximize our professional impact, but we aren’t clear if we should focus on building technical proficiency, industry knowledge, or “people skills.” What does a strong roadmap for our career development look like?…

Missing the IOUG Forum at COLLABORATE? Designed by the same conference selection committee that built COLLABORATE, INSYNC 21 brings together DBAs, developers, Oracle product teams, industry innovators, technologists, and solution providers for three jam-packed days of deep-dive Oracle Database learning and networking.

Registration for INSYNC 21 is now open, and you don't want to miss the Early Bird savings! Register before Monday, March 15, to get the best deal on your conference registration!

Ken Jacobs, known to many as Dr. DBA, was a customer advocate, mentor, fearless leader, and one of Oracle's longest-term employees (second only to Larry Ellison himself). Sadly, Ken suffered a pulmonary embolism and passed away at the age of 71. Read more about Ken and the kind words that members of his community had to share about him and his work. Ken Jacobs will be missed by many!

Organizations that have strong IT leadership, strong IT influence, get superior results. And not only do they get superior results, but they also get it with less effort. They get it with less rework. And so for us to commit ourselves to our own leadership and influence and how we can improve our leadership and influence can make a huge impact on the organizations that we serve.

Feb 25 @  1:00pm

In our IT careers, we can find ourselves at a crossroads—trying to understand the best way to grow and develop. We want to maximize our professional impact, but we aren’t clear if we should focus on building technical proficiency, industry knowledge, or “people skills.” What does a strong roadmap for our career development look like?…