Tag: IOUG

This session will provide a blue print for customers to achieve Maximum Availability using  using Oracle RAC and Data Guard. We will go over the internals of the Architectures involved along with recommendations on each layer so Customers can attain maximum availabiliity.

Database security starts with a baseline and some basics in configuration. Planning security with database creation and a place to start is important when either starting to work with the databases or starting with security. Practical first steps along with a configuration baseline will be take aways from this session.

Reducing work done by the database is key to improving performance in Oracle-intensive applications. The Server Result Cache allows applications to virtually eliminate work done when processing repeated queries. For applications dealing with growing data sets, this ability can be very beneficial. The presentation will begin by focusing on SQL Query Result Cache and PL/SQL…

The methods used to track performance issues in SQL and PL/SQL vary based on the level of access within a system.  A developer in cooperation with a DBA, or already granted DBA privileges can has a wide variety of tools and deep visibility.  However, a user with nothing more than CREATE SESSION and SELECT privileges…

A new database architecture called sharding was introduced in Oracle 12cR2 database for linear scalability and complete fault isolation for OLTP workloads. This Oracle sharding architecture partition horizontally partitions data across discrete Oracle Databases (shards). All shards collectively form a single logical database. Come to this session to learn this new architecture and the related…

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…

Data security is critical for a business. Data is not just providing the business processes, workflows and intelligence but are the assets for the company. Protection of the data in databases and in-transit is important if on-premise or in the cloud. They might even been traveling between the two. The skill is mitigating the risk…

Get hands-on and learn the features of the Python cx_Oracle interface for Oracle Database. In this session learn efficient techniques for connection management, statement handling, and more. If you want to use Python and Oracle Database, this session is for you. Basic programming skills in any language are required

What does “autonomous” really mean, and what makes the database autonomous? If you’re looking for an answer to this question, this session is for you. In this session, we’ll cover the many benefits of autonomous capabilities and invite you to take a peek under the hood for a deep dive into the machine learning algorithms…