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Key Storage and Server Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2018

Meg Hall
Product Marketing Manager

The Oracle server and storage teams are looking forward to meeting you all at Oracle OpenWorld and sharing best practices for managing your server and storage systems.

Here are your top 5 sessions you don't want to miss:

Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance: Insider’s Guide to Architecture and Practices TIP4218

Wednesday, Oct 24, 4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. | Moscone West - Room 3007

Jony Safi, MAA Senior Manager, Oracle

Tim Chien, Director of Product Management, Oracle

Stefan Reiners, DBA, METRO-nom GmbH

Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance is an industry-innovating, cloud-scale database protection system deployed at hundreds of customers around the world. Its benefits are unparalleled when compared to other backup solutions in the market today, offering the elimination of data loss and backup window, database recoverability validation, and real-time monitoring of enterprise-wide data protection status. In this session get an insider’s look at the system architecture. Hear the latest practices for management, monitoring, high availability, and disaster recovery. Learn tips and tricks for backing up to and restoring from the appliance. Implement these practices at your organization to fulfill database-critical service level agreements.

 

 

Maximize Database Performance and Efficiency on Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance BUS376

Thursday, Oct 25, 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. | Moscone South - Room 214

Scott Ledbetter, Oracle

In this session learn why Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance is uniquely positioned to serve as backup and data storage for Oracle's engineered systems. With a DRAM-driven architecture and support for high-speed network interconnectivity, it can offer extreme I/O performance for backup and restore speeds. With integrated support for Oracle Hybrid Columnar Compression and uniquely co-engineered features including Direct NFS Client, Oracle Intelligent Storage Protocol, and industry-acclaimed DTrace analytics, Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance is ideally suited for Oracle Database workloads both on-premises and in the cloud.

 

 

Oracle Solaris and SPARC Update: Security, Simplicity, Performance PRM3358

Monday, Oct 22, 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. | Moscone South - Room 206

Masood Heydari, SVP, Hardware Development, Oracle

Brian Bream, Chief Technology Officer, Vaske Computer, Inc.

Bill Nesheim, Senior Vice President, Oracle Solaris Development, Oracle

Attend this session learn how SPARC/Solaris systems deliver continuous innovation and investment protection with advanced features that secure application data, simplify management of virtual machines, and accelerate performance for Oracle Database and middleware. Also, learn about Oracle's strategy for future enhancements for Oracle Solaris and SPARC systems.

 

Maximizing Oracle Workloads with Oracle’s Compute Infrastructure PRO4788

Monday, Oct 22, 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. | Moscone South - Room 207

Subban Raghunathan, VP, Product Management

In this session learn why Oracle software runs best on Oracle hardware and how you can improve the security, reliability, and performance of your most demanding workloads. Oracle’s x86 and SPARC servers turbo charge the most important Oracle Database features and come with advanced security capabilities built into each server to keep your data safe.

 

How To Implement End-to-End Security In Your Cloud Infrastructure Today TIP3337

Thursday, Oct 25, 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. | Moscone South - Room 207

Renato Ribeiro, Director, SPARC Systems Products

Michael Ramchand, Distinguished Solution Engineer, Oracle

Today, securing your infrastructure and data is an absolute must. If you want engineering insight on how to easily build an end-to-end encrypted infrastructure throughout web tier, Java app tier, and database tier, all with near-zero performance impact, you will want to attend this session.

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