Break New Ground

The OTN Virtual Technology Summit--and Bobby Curtis

Laura Ramsey
Manager, Oracle Database Developer Communities

"You're stressing me out just a little bit..."  said Oracle ACE Bobby Curtis.

That was his response yesterday to our rapidly closing timeframe for producing his session for the upcoming Virtual Technology Summit Series.  

I had to laugh. 

And it confirmed for me that I definitely picked the perfect Oracle ACEs and experts to present sessions during the VTS Database Track.  

First of all, these guys are smart. Secondly, they are entertaining. And third of all, they know how to scramble the jets.

Here's what we're lining up for the OTN VTS Database Track on July 9th:

Mastering Oracle Database Management & Development Techniques – Oracle ACEs and product team experts present advanced features and management methods that will help you master your Oracle Database capabilities and drive greater performance, agility and manageability of your IT implementation. This track will build upon your skills with data management, migration, and performance.

Change the Way You Think About SQL Tuning with SQL Plan Management 
Bjoern Rost, Oracle ACE Director

Regression in SQL plans are a frequent cause for performance related
incidents when the cost-based optimizer comes up with a new plan
due to changes in data distribution, statistics, or binds. While most
organizations have very strict processes for changes to applications or
infrastructure, the CBO is most often left alone, accepting that SQL
execution performance could change at any time. But with SQL Plan
Management (SPM), it does not take much effort to implement a process
that makes changes to SQL plans manageable. It starts with monitoring
regression in execution times, capturing baselines, auto pre-evaluating
potentially better plans, and documenting information needed to accept
the change. Attendees will learn how SPM works, and how they can start
using it in their organization today.

Understanding Oracle GoldenGate replication
architecture: Performance tuning all the way
to the OS level--

Bobby Curtis, Oracle ACE

During high transaction volume replication,
Oracle Golden Gate 12c may need to be
configured to ensure rapid fast data
replication through each of its core processes
(extract/replicat). Understanding what each of
these GoldenGate processes is doing is
necessary so the replication process can be
tailored to ensure fast replication in any
environment. This session examines replication
use cases and identifies what each process is
executing in order to ensure successful
replication between environments. Attendees
will learn an approach to the performance
tuning methodology of Oracle GoldenGate 12c
that traces the extract and replicat processes
with debugging tools like strace or gdb--
thereby identifying any replication
bottlenecks at the OS level.   By the end of
the session, attendees will  have an
understanding of how Oracle GoldenGate 12c
behaves at the operating system layer and an
increased understanding of Oracle’s GoldenGate
replication architecture.

Oracle Data Guard and Oracle Database Server 12c
Ed Whalen, Oracle ACE

High Availability and Disaster Recovery are an important part of
any company's business continuance plan. Oracle Data Guard is
Oracle's recommended product of choice for Disaster Recovery
(DR).  This session covers the new features and enhancements to
Data Guard in the Oracle Database Server 12c and highlights: how
to configure Oracle Data Guard with Container Databases and how
to optimally use OEM Cloud Control 12c with Data Guard for
Oracle Database 12c. Attendees will learn the new features in
Data Guard 12c, understand why these new features improve Data
Guard 12c, and learn what new features in OEM
Cloud Control 12c Monitoring for Data Guard 12.

NoSQL 3.0 Installation and Cluster Topology

Seth Miller, Oracle ACE, &
Robert C. Green, Oracle 

This session walks through the process and set up
for a NoSQL database in a "quick start" format. We
will present 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 3.0 database. 

Demystifying MySQL for Oracle DBAs and Developers
George Trujillo, Oracle ACE

MySQL continues to be the world’s most popular database management
system for the internet and the cloud. This detailed technical
session provides a fast-paced introduction to the MySQL
architecture, core features, best practices, core parameters, and
key performance metrics. It shows a MySQL version of the Optimal
Flexible Architecture (OFA) standard as a best practice and
teaches MySQL features from a perspective that is easy for Oracle
DBAs and developers to understand.

And did I mention the ACEs will be available for live chat during the sessions? This could make for some real fun. 

Register Now!

Americas - Wednesday July 9th - 9am to 1pm PT / 12pm to 4pm  ET / 1 to 5 pm BRT


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