Tag: Database & Technology

Today the world is facing an unprecedented data explosion. To keep pace with this data explosion, business teams are putting an increasing amount of pressure on IT as they are seeking to generate new insights that will drive profitability and growth, delight customers, beat the competition, and fend off disruption. This amplifies the need for efficient, secure database management that enhances data security, reduces downtime, improves performance, and is not vulnerable to human error.

Quest Oracle Community respectfully thanks its membership and announces the election of three new members to its Board of Directors. The newly elected board members are Tammy Gaston, Tom Messer, and Ken Piddington. New board members have been elected to a two-year term (2021-2022). Following a comprehensive four-month orientation process to provide new members with the information and resources needed to fulfill their role and responsibilities in the organization and participate as an integral part of the board immediately, new members will take office effective January 1, 2021.

Aug 20

Cloud Computing SIG Meeting

SIG Meetings & Calls
Aug 14

Oracle Database 19c SIG Meeting

SIG Meetings & Calls

During Quest Forum Digital Event: Innovation Week, Douglas Kehring, Executive Vice President of Oracle Corporate Operations, shared the [email protected] story about the Oracle corporate team’s internal journey to the cloud.

Learn more about one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award winners - Monowar Mukul! Distinguished Service Awards are given to members of the community who have been recognized as those who embody Quest’s core values.

With the current environment in mind, our community depends on individuals and companies that go above and beyond for others now more than ever. It seems like a fitting time to recognize those that have been distinguished contributors to our community over the past year.

Learn more about one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award winners - Nassyam Basha! Distinguished Service Awards are given to members of the community who have been recognized as those who embody Quest’s core values.

With the current environment in mind, our community depends on individuals and companies that go above and beyond for others now more than ever. It seems like a fitting time to recognize those that have been distinguished contributors to our community over the past year.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

In this session hear how SPPS and Collier IT (CIT) collaborated to build and support Oracle’s PeopleSoft Human Resources and PeopleSoft Financials in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. SPPS is a Minnesota-based public school system and CIT is a technology consulting company, and the two have partnered to successfully migrate SPPS’s PeopleSoft workload to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Learn about its success strategies and lessons learned about the implementation and transition phases. Learn how SPPS leveraged the expertise of CIT to move to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Hear how CIT provided ongoing infrastructure support services to keep SPPS infrastructure up and running.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Enterprise organizations need a modern protection and recovery solution that is capable of quickly recovering databases to any point in time with the least amount of administrative effort from DBAs and backup administrators without impacting the required RPOs/RTOs. This session will focus on how to architect modern business continuity and disaster recovery solutions for business-critical Oracle workloads on VMware Hybrid Cloud environment. This session will also inculcate best practices that need to be taken into consideration when setting BC and DR for critical workloads. In addition to providing disaster recovery, license compliance is another important aspect of setting up an Oracle environment and this session will address how to effectively stay compliant using industry-standard License Management tool.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

A funny thing happened on the way to modern, data-driven analytics: we ditched the GUI for ETL development. There are drawbacks to moving data using code instead of clicks, especially for organizations heavily invested in visual tools. But writing code has an upside as well.

In this presentation, we’ll explore the data engineering discipline, and how it compares to conventional ETL. We’ll look at classic batch as well as modern streaming use cases, and consider DataOps requirements around testing and delivery where code really shines. And we’ll do it all inside of an interactive notebook.