RAC, ASM and Linux Forum, December 15, 13:30 - 18:00 Beit HP Raanana
By AVargas on Dec 13, 2009
It's time for our 2nd, 2009 RAC, ASM and Linux Forum in Tel Aviv!
I would like to warmly invite you to our next RAC, ASM and Linux forum to be held at Beit HP in Raanana, on December 15.
You can register on the Israel Oracle User Group site.
On this forum we will have a 11g R2 Technology Update and 2 very interesting Customer Presentations about minimum downtime VLDB Migration to RAC on Linux and Creating and Managing RPM's for Oracle Silent Install on Linux.
Panel on Grid Infrastructure, ASM, Clusterware and RAC 11g R2, Technology Update
Annie Flint, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle Corporation
Ofir Manor, Senior Sales Consultant, Oracle Israel
Alejandro Vargas, Principal Support Consultant, Oracle Advanced Customer Services
In the few months since last forum on June many things happened, 11g Release 2 is already production and brought a revolution in terms of performance and deep changes to the world of ASM, Oracle Clusterware and RAC.
Exadata Release 2 was released opening the way for OLTP databases based on the new Oracle - Sun Database Machine.
In this seminar we will review the new face of ASM, Oracle Clusterware and RAC on 11g Release 2 and we will comment on some of the incredible performance enhancements of the new version.
Migration of a VLDB to RAC 11g with Minimal Downtime
Pelephone DBA Team
Dotan will tell us the whole story of migrating an 8TB Datawarehouse, with near 0 downtime, from Linux 3 with OCFS2 to Linux 5, with CRS, RAC and ASM 11g, and Infiniband; and how his customer still cannot believe the incredible improvements they got in performance.
He will tell us also all the several problems faced in the way to this big success and how all of them were overcome.
Packaging Application and Database Together On Linux for Super-Silent-Installs
VP Professional Services
Liron will explain us how to build a Linux RPM that contains inside the whole set of files required to easily and fast deploy a complete application, from the database to last application executable.
See you there!