By Jgelhaus-Oracle on Apr 07, 2014
Many are gathering in Las Vegas as the IOUG community meets for their annual COLLABORATE 14 conference.
For old and new users - its a great place to meet new friends and learn a lot about Oracle Database.
If you are curious about it and didn't sign up - you can still experience it virtually to see what its all about. Plug-In to Las Vegas with COLLABORATE 14 - IOUG Forum Virtual Conference
If you are at the conference - here are just a few sessions we'd suggest you consider adding to your agenda.
- Tuesday morning's keynote with MythBuster's Adam Savage!
- Tuesday session with Oracle's Tom Kyte ID 302 10:15 - 11:15 am Level 3, Lido 3003 - Introduction to Oracle Database In-Memory : What You Need to Know
- Tuesday session with Oracle's Willie Hardie ID 988 11:30 - 12:30 Level 2 Venetian Ballroom - Engineered for Clouds and Big Data
- Tuesday session with Oracle's Thomas Baby ID 695 1:45 - 2:45 Level 3, San Polo 3403 Behind the Scenes of Oracle Multitenant
- Wednesday session with Oracle's Joe Meeks ID 555 at 8:30am Level 3, Lido
3001A Oracle Active Data Guard 12c: Deep Dive
- Thursday session with Oracle's Willie Hardie ID 341 11:00 - 12:00, Level 3 Lido 3105 - Delivering Database as a Service
- Friday session with Oracle's Deba Chatterjee ID 682 11:00 - 12:00 Level 3, Lido 3103 - Oracle Multitenant Meets Oracle Real Application Clusters
- Friday session with Oracle's Larry Carpenter ID 556 12:15PM, Level 3 Lido
3005 A Revolutionary Way to do Oracle Database Backup and Recovery
Beyond the speaker sessions there is a lot the IOUG offers its members
Tuesday evening at 8:30pm try the IOUG NoSQL Database Hackfest Sponsored by Oracle OTN (Session 975), Level 3 Lido 3003 - Bring your laptop!!!
NoSQL Installation and Cluster Topology Deployment
This session walks through the process and set up for a NoSQL database in a "quick start" format. We will presents the tools and techniques used to manage an Oracle NoSQL database cluster. The discussion will also cover cluster management activities such as initial topology create, topology expansion, online software upgrades, and critical aspects of disaster recovery. Attendees will have hands-on experience managing a production instance of the Oracle NoSQL database.
Priority access for the IOUG Hackfest will be given to IOUG registrants. No pre-registration is required. All lab participants should bring their own laptop. Laptops must be able to access the internet and download files.
Use the IOUG's mobile app to track all the action while in Vegas!
Finally PLEASE stop by the Exhibit Hall - Oracle Demogrounds to meet the Oracle team - we'd love to meet you and hear your Oracle Database stories.