Tag: IOUG

Everything works well on PowerPoint. That’s why we prefer live upgrades. Uncensored. After a short introduction we will showcase database upgrades to Oracle 19c on the command line. We will begin with the pre-upgrade tasks. Then we will start the upgrade, while simultaneously performing another upgrade using the AutoUpgrade feature of Oracle Database 19c. Multiple…

Engineers from Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) for Oracle will share how using managed services can free up your time as an Oracle database administrator to be more valuable to your customers as an engineer. Remove the undifferentiated grunt work from your day to day by learning to use APIs to automate pain away. Use your…

Apr 24 @  3:30pm

  Oracle Database, Enterprise Edition has hundreds of powerful features that help you secure your data, and new capabilities are added with every release. In this session join Oracle product managers to discover 10 security features you may not be aware of. These features can help you streamline user administration, reduce your attack surface, deploy…

Apr 22 @  3:30pm

  The ever-changing IT industry requires DBA’s to keep their skills up-to-date. While only a few years ago, being a good Oracle, IBM or Microsoft DBA may have been sufficient to build and maintain a reasonable career, employers today look for a vastly broader and more adaptive skill set in their DBAs. This high-level session…

Learn what’s new from Oracle Database development, including a look at the latest features in Oracle Database 20c and what’s coming next. Presented by: William Hardie, Vice President Oracle Database Product Management Oracle Part of Quest Innovation Week 20

Apr 20 @  12:30pm

Learn what's new from Oracle Database development, including a look at the latest features in Oracle Database 20c and what's coming next. Presented by William Hardie, Vice President Oracle Database Product Management Part of Quest Forum Digital Event: Innovation Week

Cloud migration is a journey. Migration projects need to be carefully planned, tested and executed and application and database performance needs to be continuously monitored to ensure ongoing success. We often hear about companies who have migrated their databases to the cloud only to find out that their monthly subscription bills are far higher than…

Gary Gordhamer, Education Director for the Quest IOUG Database & Technology Community, reflected on changes in the last decade - including IOUG's integration with Quest Oracle Community - and provided an overview of what attendees can expect from Quest IOUG Database & Technology education at COLLABORATE 20.

The IOUG recently integrated with the Quest Oracle Community. Join this townhall to learn about Quest and how you will be able to engage in this growing community. Introduction to the Quest Community A word from John Matelski –  Former IOUG Board Member and current Quest Board Member A look at Quest Vendor Partnership Upcoming Quest…

Available for Quest members only!

Database systems have become complex—too complex to be run manually as they have in the past. Initiatives critical to corporate growth in the digital economy—artificial intelligence and analytics—require ever-larger volumes of data. Those companies that fail to effectively leverage and deploy their data assets will find themselves falling behind. To address this, data managers are turning to automation and autonomous databases.

These are some of the findings of a new survey of 217 database managers and administrators from the Quest IOUG Database and Technology Community. Respondents represent a range of industries, including financial services, government, technology and healthcare, and company sizes. The survey, conducted by Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc., in partnership with Oracle, covered a broad sample of company types and sizes.