Tag: IOUG

Historical trends of the last decade lead to a paradox: In search of optimization, our solutions represent a group of independent modules communicating via various APIs (up to an extreme point of micro-services!) The overall number of performance problems increased significantly (comparing to the past, i.e. monolithic implementations). In addition, time to solve any performance…

Attend this session to understand how Oracle’s new Autonomous Database delivers powerful in-database, parallelized machine learning algorithms and the new Oracle Machine Learning Zeppelin based SQL notebooks.   Oracle’s machine Learning deliver the fastest way to deliver enterprise-wide predictive analytics. Data analysts can quickly and easily query and explore data sets and build, document, share, automate…

A COLLABORATE 19 Session Preview with Michelle Hardwick
Michelle Hardwick is the Director of Data Science and Analytics at Salt Lake Community College, serving in a non-teaching position that focuses on analyzing data to improve student success and help students at risk of dropping out. Michelle’s career has been focused on analytics, spanning a number of different industries. She began as a data engineer in healthcare, then moved to analytics in retail. From there, she was an analytics consultant for a number of other industries. Michelle notes she has “always been drawn to education and helping people learn and grow,” which is what brought her to the academic space.

Earlier this month, Quest Oracle Community and IOUG shared some exciting news. IOUG will become the "IOUG Database & Technology Community" and integrate with Quest's JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, and Oracle Cloud community groups.

In this session, Blaine Carter will demonstrate how to REST enable your database using Oracle Rest Data Services (ORDS). He will demonstrate how to use SQL Developer to create and deploy REST services in ORDS. First Blaine will "Auto Rest" enable a table and a PL/SQL package.  Then he will secure the API and create…

In just a few years, mainstream VR headsets like the Oculus are transforming the way businesses interact with computing. Virtual and Augmented Reality are key leading the way.  With new API's announced from Facebook (Oculus) and other headset vendors, the platform is opening up to business applications.  In this session, we show you how to…

This year saw the introduction of Oracle Autonomous Database, a series of cloud services that enable anyone to rapidly build a secure, highly available and elastic database optimized for any workload. With the introduction of Automatic Indexing, Oracle Autonomous Database and Oracle Database on Exadata will now automatically adapt to changing workloads. But what does…

How often do you get the chance to start over and do things the way you want?  That's what we did with Unified Audit in Oracle Database 12c.  Join us to review why we created this greaet new feature, learn about some of the many things you can do with Unified Audit, and hear our…

Recent Oracle Database releases include significant new features that streamline user administration, reduce database attack surfaces, and protect personally identifiable information, and other sensitive data. In this session learn about the new way to authenticate and authorize database users in Active Directory. Explore review recent security innovations including privilege analysis, database vault simulation mode, data…

Oracle Database 19c is now available, and it builds on Oracle Databases 19c and 12cR2. This session explores how developers and DBAs can work together to start using 10 of the top ( and mostly free)  features that make it easier to get the job done.