By Mike Dietrich-Oracle on Jul 14, 2015
Just one year ago on July 13, 2014 in Estádio do Maracanã in Rio De Janeiro...
Here's a list of highly recommended OOW sessions apart from our own talks related to upgrades and migrations:
Oracle Open World (OOW) 2014 in San Francisco is coming ... just a few weeks to go ... everybody is in the prep phase for demos, presentations, labs etc.
If you'd like to get in touch with us to discuss your upgrade and migration strategies please feel free to contact either Roy Swonger or myself directly. We'll be happy to assist you. And of course you are welcome to stop by at our combined Upgrade/DataPump booth at the demo grounds and visit one of our talks.
Our group is happy to deliver the following talks and labs:
How to Upgrade, Migrate, and Consolidate to Oracle Database 12c [CON7647]
Monday, Sep 29, 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM - Moscone South - 102
The most widely anticipated feature of Oracle Database 12c is now available, and you may be wondering just how you can move your current databases to pluggable databases in a multitenant architecture. Whether you are just starting to explore the world of pluggable databases or are planning a production upgrade in the near future to Oracle Database 12c, this presentation by Oracle Database upgrade and migration experts gives you all the details: what methods are available; how they work; and which is the best for your particular upgrade, migration, or consolidation scenario.
With the first patch set of Oracle Database 12c, you will be able to choose between various methods of upgrading a multitenant container database and its pluggable databases. In this session, you will hear from Oracle upgrade experts about all the details of how a database upgrade works in a multitenant environment. You will learn what your options are, how parallelism works for database upgrades, and what is new for database upgrades in the first patch set of Oracle Database 12c.
One important use case for pluggable databases is to enable you to move from schema consolidation with multiple applications in the same database to a more secure environment with Oracle Multitenant and pluggable databases. In this technical session, you will hear from Oracle development experts about the methods available for migrating from schema consolidation to a multitenant database environment with Oracle Data Pump, transportable tablespaces, or new features in Oracle Multitenant.
You’ve heard about Oracle Database 12c and its new capabilities. Now come hear from Oracle experts about all the great tools and resources Oracle offers to help you upgrade to Oracle Database 12c efficiently and effectively. This session’s presenters, from Oracle Support, bring years of database experience and recent lessons learned from Oracle Database 12c upgrades at companies of all sizes all around the world. You are sure to leave with valuable information that will help you plan and execute your upgrade. What's more, most, if not all, of the tools and resources they discuss are available to current customers at no additional cost through their standard product support coverage.
I will publish the schedules for the Hands-On-Lab (4x) and the location of the demo ground's booth as soon as I'll get it.
No tech stuff this morning
I'm still so exited. It was a true thriller yesterday with 127 minutes of suspense, fights and even blood - and chances on both sides. But overall I think Germany was the better team not only yesterday but throughout the entire tournament. Last time when Germany became Weltmeister (World Champion) in Italy in 1990 I was in Turkey on after-school-vacation celebrating a win over ... well, Argentina
And this time I watched the match again with friends in an Italian restaurant in Munich - and the best team of the World Cup 2014 won over ... well, Argentina again I'm still so exited
And obrigado also to all the wonderful people in Brazil. In previous world cups often matches such as Honduras vs Switzerland had just a small crowd of people in the stadium. This time it seemed like a huge party Obrigado, Brazil!
OOW 2013 is over for a while now. And yesterday we've received the session results from our talk and the HOL. And we have to say Thank You Very Much! For your time, for the great discussions, for your feedbacks. This is the highest session count we've had in the past years.
Generally my overall feeling this year was that database sessions were very well attended - and the two sessions I wanted to see in my limited spare time were already sold out. And we've really had so many great discussion at our booth 007 - and Joe was an excellent "double" as Daniel Craig was kept up with other stuff
Joe Errede and Carol Tagliaferri
So thanks again - and we hope to make you the VBox image for the lab available soon for download. In between please feel free to download the slides from the download center - or simply grab the big deck about Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c.
Furthermore let me introduce the new sections with White Papers making it easier to find them and the new Oracle Blogs section with blogs I fequently visit.
And finally here are some impressions from OOW 2013:
Adam Levine from Maroon 5
Matt Flynn and Adam Levine from Maroon 5
At the "Friends of Pythian" event - thanks to Alex Gorbatchov for the invitation
Yes - and OOW happens every year in SF
Cheers - Mike
thanks for your participation on the Hands-On-Lab for Upgrade and Plugin to Oracle Database 12c today at OOW Shanghai 2013. It was a pleasure for me to work with you and my colleagues from Oracle China. And please forgive us the slowness of the machines. When I did shutdown the VBox images after the session I realized that some noncdb_to_pdb.sql scripts were still recompiling.
You'll be able to download the slides:
谢谢 - Mike
Master Product Manager - Database Upgrade & Migrations - Oracle Corp
Based near Munich/Germany and spending plenty of time in airplanes to run either upgrade workshops or work onsite or remotely with reference customers. Acting as interlink between customers/partners and the Upgrade Development.
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