Tag: Developer Suite

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.

INSYNC is taking place March 30 - April 1, 2021! This brand new, deep-dive virtual conference is exclusively for Database and Technology users, and INSYNC registration is open now!

INSYNC 21​ is jam-packed with Oracle Database and Technology learning​ - focusing on topics like DevOps & Deploy, Database, Data Science & Analytics, and Professional Development.

This virtual conference connects DBAs to product experts, industry innovators, technology leaders, and Oracle product teams for three full days of online education and networking. Get hands-on with the experts, dive into demo’s and workshops, connect with other Oracle database users, and meet solutions providers – all from the comfort of your desk.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

DevOps concepts, practices, and tools have spread widely in the past decade as teams look to improve their ability to deliver working software swiftly and reliably. These concepts and tools are important for people involved in all aspects of software development, delivery, and support to understand.

This session provides an overview of core concepts and mindsets of DevOps, typical DevOps tools and patterns of usage of those tools, and how all of this relates to your database. Key areas of focus will be the use of source code management tools such as GitHub, automated testing, Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment tools such as Concourse, CI/CD-enabling database tools such as Liquibase, and Infrastructure as Code.

Examples of how a database support team has adopted these practices and tools will be given along with lessons learned along the way including thoughts on how best to get started if you’re just beginning to explore DevOps for your database environment.