Tag: Database & Technology

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 100320 

Oracle Autonomous Database and its Oracle Machine Learning Environment

Based on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Oracle Autonomous Database cloud service is optimized for several workloads options: Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW), Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP), and Oracle Autonomous JSON Database.

This discussion will cover the Oracle Autonomous Database cloud service, its components, its provisioning process, and its free trial tier and always free offering. This session will also discuss the Oracle Machine Learning service that comes with Oracle Autonomous Database and how database professionals can take advantage of this environment to start learning Oracle machine learning.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 100330

Top 10 Features & Services for Oracle DBA on Oracle Cloud, Plus Challenges.

The SIG session is planned to be interactive. If you are an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) user with Oracle Database on IaaS, DBCS, ExaCS, or Autonomous DB, we want to hear from you about what you like and the challenges you face. If you are not running your database on OCI yet, come to this session to understand the benefits and discuss your concerns.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 100130

Oracle has a history of delivering data management solutions of choice for managing customers’ operational and analytical workloads on-premises and in the cloud. Jenny Tsai-Smith, Vice President of Database Product Management, shares Oracle's strategy for continuing to deliver truly unique and innovative products and services to meet and exceed customers' requirements.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 101820

In this interactive session see why Azure is a great cloud to run Oracle Databases and applications. You can confidently use Oracle Database supported by Oracle and certified by Oracle to run on Azure. Rely on field-tested reference architectures that can accelerate your deployment times while reducing risks. Build and deploy cloud native enterprise-class Java applications on Oracle WebLogic Server in Azure and on Oracle Linux. The session also explores in detail some of the lessons learned regarding Microsoft Azure and Oracle’s cloud interoperability based on early customer deployments and use cases.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 101800

Database Security is one of the most important topics nowadays as data breaches are on the rise, in this presentation I will discuss best strategies to audit your Oracle database systems. Moreover, Auditing will cover three layers: database layer, OS layer, and configuration layer.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 100980

The Latest Persistent Memory such as Intel Optane Persistent Memory (PMEM) combines near-DRAM performance with the data persistence of storage. It can be configured in memory mode or application direct mode.  When the memory mode is used, PMEMs can be considered as volatile and can be used as main memory and DRAM is treated as a write-back cache. PMEMs can also be configured in application direct mode to store database files and redo logs. This presentation will discuss the use cases of PMEM:1)  In memory mode use PMEMs for Oracle In Memory store ;2) in Application direct  mode to store the database files, namely persistent Memory Database in  Oracle 21c. We will discuss the significant performance benefits that can be achieved from either of these two modes. We will discuss the Persistent Memory Database feature that includes directly mapped buffer cache and Persistent Memory Filestore (PMEM Filestore) in Oracle 21c. We will also discuss how PMEMs are used in Oracle Exadata X8M.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 101670

JSON data is becoming increasingly prevalent in many enterprises today. As a result the world of data management now includes the need for storing JSON documents in a fast, reliable and secure way. What better place to store and manage this data then in the Oracle Database? ...and best of all it's totally free!

This session covers the different approaches to loading, storing, retrieving and managing JSON in the Oracle Database including the new native JSON datatype introduced in Database 21c.

The session will include live demonstrations.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 101690

Learn about what's new in Oracle Database 21c for Database development.  Oracle Database 21c is packed with innovative new features from Blockchain Tables and Native JSON support, but have you heard about any of  the SQL and PLSQL innovations?   Attend this session to learn more about what your missing.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 101700

Learn how Intel Optane Persistent Memory works with Oracle Database 21c.  See how to configure your Oracle database for faster writes with a PMem filestore.

Understand the difference between PMem App Direct Mode and Memory Mode.  Compare Oracle 21c with DRAM + SSD vs PMem vs TimesTen Cache for OCI and JDBC workloads.

Presented at INSYNC 21

Session ID: 101720

The death of Oracle Forms has been greatly exaggerated. Despite 2 decades of development, Forms is still the backbone of thousands of mission-critical applications worldwide. But where do our tried and true Forms stand while all systems are undergoing a user experience revolution or moving to the cloud? In this session, we will show how Oracle Forms is now a full member of Oracle’s cloud, mobile, and even Chat ecosystem. We will review the 4 ways that you can extend your existing Forms investments to the cloud, including:

-“Lift-and-Shift” your Forms servers to Cloud Servers - OCI
-Extending your applications using Oracle’s rapid development tool Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS)
-Leveraging existing business logic through Chat interfaces using Digital Assistant cloud service
-Doing DevOps using Developer Cloud Service.

The answer to how to bring your Forms into the next generation will be revealed during this session. Along with live demos and Q&A.