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|Timings||Room 1||Room 2||Room 3|
|9:00 to 9:30||Registrations|
|9:30 to 10:00||Oracle ACE Program Overview - Sai Janakiram|
|10:00 to 10:50||RAC Cache Fusion Internals - Riyaj Shamsudeen|| Supercharge your SQL skillset - |
|Oracle Database 12c: Rest of the New Features for 11gR2 DBA-|
|10:50 to 11:10||Tea/Coffee/Networking Break|
|11:10 to 12:00||RAC performance tuning - |
|Oracle Application Express 5.1 New Features - Chaitanya Koratamaddi||Use Oracle BigData SQL to query for All Your Data - |
|12:00 to 13:00||Networking Lunch|
|13:00 to 13:50||Database Performance Management Best Practices - Prabhaker Gongloor||12c features for DeveloperConnor Mcdonald||Oracle Data Security- |
|13:50 to 14:40||Data Pump: Tips, Techniques and Tricks - |
|Oracle SQL TuningHariharaputhran Vaithinathan||Backup your databases to the cloud using Oracle Database Backup Service - |
|14:40 to 15:00||Tea/Coffee/Networking Break|
|15:00 to 15:50|| In-memory internals- |
|Experience of being a Cloud DBA - |
|Troubeshooting Oracle GoldenGate -Veeratteshwaran Sridhar|
|15:50 to 16:40||Advanced performance diagnosis using UNIX Tools - Riyaj Shamsudeen||Oracle DevOps for Dummies -Sai Janakiram||Build your public cloud strategy with Oracle IaaS and Oracle PaaS -Satyendra Kumar|
|16:40 to 17:10||Expert Panel|
|17:10 to 17:30||Closing|
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Cloud and virtualization services now take care of many of the day to day concerns for organizations - keeping infrastructure up to date, ensuring the integrity of backup/recovery, resource capacity and high availability. Finally IT professionals can focus on the true art of software development - writing quality SQL to provide data to upstream services. This session covers some of the SQL techniques available in the Oracle database, to allow developers to supercharge their SQL skillset.
12c features for Developers
With the banner headline multitenancy features in Oracle Database 12c, lost in the mix has been the incredible list of new features for developers. Hundreds of improvements and new facilities have arrived in Oracle Database 12c. This session redresses the balance and excites developers with all the new Oracle Database 12c goodies.
Connor McDonald is a former Oracle Ace Director who has joined the Oracle Developer Advocates team. Over the past 18 years, he has worked with systems in Australia, the UK, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and the United States. He has co-authored three books, and has been a popular speaker at Oracle conferences around the world, specializing in topics regarding the database engine and PL/SQL. He has twice won the Inspirational Speaker award by the UK Oracle User Group in 2009 and 2011.
RAC Cache Fusion Internals
A demo of internal working of RAC and cache fusion. Audience will understand the core concepts behind RAC internals. Conceptual understanding will lead to better performance tuning and debugging RAC related issues. I use Wireshark, output from internal structures to explain these concepts.
RAC performance tuning
Part 1. This presentation is a logical extension to RAC Cache Fusion Internals session. Audience will be able to understand the RAC wait events and performance statistics better.
In this presentation, I will discuss the inner working of in-memory column store. Conceptual understanding of internals will help the customers to use the product better.
Riyaj Shamsudeen is considered industry recognized RAC Expert, Performance Tuning Specialist with 20+ years of Experience in implementing, using, and tuning RAC and Oracle products. He is an Oracle ACE Director and proud member of OakTable member. He has co-authored many books about Oracle and Performance. He is an active blogger at http://orainternals.wordpress.com and frequent international speaker in major conferences such as UKOUG, HOTSOS, Open World, RMOUG, etc.
Oracle Database 12c: Rest of the New Features for 11gR2 DBA (1 Hour)
Oracle Database 12c comes with large number of features - from as small as a default value of parameter to core database architecture with Multitenant. This session will show the 11g DBAs and Developers how they can quickly start using few of the 12c features and understand some behavior changes. Session will also cover the features introduced in 18.104.22.168. Session will focus on the changes and features you can expect when you upgrade your 11g database to 12c. This paper discusses the features those may not be on the top list, but are helpful in everyday database administration and management. Discuss the behavior and setup changes compared to Oracle11g.
The session will focus on the changes in 12c database compared to 11g database, and introducing new 12c features that come with an upgrade. We will cover features like (not limited to)
- Upgrade runs in parallel (using catctl.pl instead of catupgrd.sql)
- TRUNCATE has a new CASCADE option
- How many DB Writer processes allowed
- What is COMMON_USER_PREFIX parameter for
- Why READ privilege when we have SELECT privilege
- Row limiting
- Faster approximate count
- What is FORCE FULL DATABASE CACHING
- How to use UNIFIED_AUDIT_TRAIL
- Rename a disk within an ASM diskgroup
- Datapump Import without generating archivelogs
- What is SPARE6 column in SYS.USER$ for
- And many more (over 30 features and tips)
Data Pump: Tips, Techniques and Tricks (1 Hour)
Data pump was introduced in Oracle Database 10g, and has evolved over the versions with various features and performance improvements to migrate data and objects. The legacy export (exp) / import (imp) utility is still maintained in all versions of database including 12c for backward compatibility, and to migrate legacy data to newer versions of database. In this session the speaker shows you how to extend data pump for your various data and object migration needs outside of copying a table or schema. You will learn to export public and private database link and synonyms, various object filtering and row filtering techniques, improving performance of data pump operations, migrate data without using any space for dump file, changing storage properties during export and import, and methods to verify the contents of export dump file.
In addition to the content mentioned in the abstract, the session will go in to details with example to show how to export and import with various INCLUDE and EXCLUDE options. Will also cover the improvements like NOLOGGING import and export views as tables introduced in 12c. The topics include:
- Major difference between legacy export and data pump tools
- Estimating dump file space requirement
- Finding valid EXCLUDE and INCLUDE values
- Saving and restoring database links during a clone
- Copying public objects from one database to another
- Excluding large tables during a nightly backup
- Using subqueries in EXCLUDE and INCLUDE filter conditions
- Export subset of data
- Data Masking using data pump
- Changing storage properties during import
- Merging partitions during import as well as splitting partitioned table into multiple tables
- Consolidating tables and indexes on tablespaces reducing the number of tablespaces to manage
- Using PL/SQL code for data pump operations
- Performance improvement considerations
- Upgrading database using data pump
Biju Thomas is Oracle ACE Director, Oracle Certified Professional and Certified Oracle Database SQL Expert. Biju Thomas is a senior solutions architect with more than 20 years of Oracle DBA experience. He is the author of Oracle12c OCA, Oracle11g OCA, co-author of Oracle10g, 9i, 8i OCP certification guides published by Sybex/Wiley. He is a frequent presenter at Oracle conferences and publishes articles for Oracle technical journals. Twitter @biju_thomas
Tips and Techniques for Maximizing Database Performance: Theory and Practice
Oracle Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager introduce new, exciting capabilities that help improve DBA productivity and maximize performance while reducing management costs. This session covers the theory behind performance diagnosis and tuning and the new and upcoming capabilities in Oracle Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager, such as Hybrid Cloud Management, Automatic Workload Repository multitenant enhancements, Automatic Workload Repository and SQL Tuning Advisor support for Oracle Active Data Guard, Performance Hub Reports, Database Operations Monitoring, and more. This session provides tips on when and how to best use the above mentioned features that will help DBAs with day-to-day tasks.
Prabhaker Gongloor (GP) works as Product Management Senior Director in the Database and EM development organization at Oracle Corporation covering the areas of Oracle Database Diagnostics and Tuning Packs, Real Application Testing, Application Replay, and Diagnosability. He also covers all aspects of Engineered Systems and In-memory Database manageability. GP has over 23 years industry experience spanning many roles - Developer, Consulting Technical Advisor (Centers of Expertise), and Consulting Product Manager. He holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science and Engineering. GP has contributed significantly towards building Oracle’s Database Manageability solutions and is well respected in the Oracle community. He has presented numerous sessions at OOW and user conferences and some of his sessions have been rated the best in their category.
Oracle Application Express 5.1 New Features
Released in April 2015, Oracle Application Express (APEX) 5.0 represented the greatest advancement of APEX in its 10 year history, enabling customers to develop, design and deploy beautiful, responsive, database-driven desktop and mobile applications using only a browser. APEX 5.1 will build on the success of 5.0, introducing a small number of new features, and enhancements to existing functionality, and is currently planned to incorporate a new multi-row edit region, master / detail / detail wizard built pages, and improved packaged applications. This session covers an overview of APEX 5.0 and you will also see demonstrations of the important new features of APEX 5.1.
Chaitanya is a Principal Product Manager for Oracle Application Express. He joined Oracle in 2005. Chaitanya has extensive knowledge and experience on various Oracle technologies such as Oracle Application Express, Oracle SQL Developer, SQL Developer Data Modeler, Oracle Database, Oracle XML DB, Oracle Database XE, Oracle Database Vault, and Oracle Fusion Middleware. Chaitanya is a seasoned technology professional with 13 + years of experience in IT in various roles.
Chaitanya is a regular speaker at various conferences like Oracle Develop, Oracle Cloud World, OOW, OTN Developer Days, ODTUG, JavaOne, AIOUG Tech Days, and Sangam, and user groups. Chaitanya spends his free time gardening, volunteering, learning music, and enjoys traveling. Chaitanya writes his technical blog @ http://chaitanyain.blogspot.com/
Experience of being a Cloud DBA
Cloud has become new normal. Cloud Computing has changed the IT landscape and how we think and work and DBA is also no exception. The session talks about what learning and unlearning one has do to be a Cloud DBA from traditional on premise DBA. It talks about how one has to look for various features and options in cloud in order to match the on premise workloads to ensure the same performance levels. It also discusses how to utilize some of the cloud advantages in backup & archival, scalability, high availability and ease of provisioning. Case studies and best practices discussion of couple of database customers who have been migrated from on premise to cloud.
As Cloud being the new normal, DBA's will know how it is different from on premise management of database against cloud.
Build your public cloud strategy with Oracle IaaS and Oracle PaaS
Cloud computing has become increasingly significant due to its scalability, low cost and virtually instant availability. However, widespread use of the cloud may not be prudent for all workloads, and developing a roadmap/strategy to the cloud is not a simple task for most organizations.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offers a set of core infrastructure capabilities, such as elastic compute and storage, which allows you to deploy and manage any customer workload in the cloud in combination with world’s best Oracle PaaS offerings to maximize the investment and improve overall performance of workloads.
With recent announcement of Oracle IaaS offerings, it makes it easier for organizations to build their public cloud strategy in combination with Oracle PaaS and IaaS. . The session discusses the methodology and approach for migrating on premise workloads (Oracle and Non Oracle) to Oracle IaaS and PaaS with a roadmap built on the following key steps:
1. Classify your applications 2. Assess your application requirements 3. Identify target application(s) and platform 4. Migrate applications to cloud
Satyendra Pasalapudi is an Oracle ACE Director & MBA graduate with 16+ years of diversified international experience in the IT industry that spans across multiple continents. He is an accomplished database professional, author, and speaker with right blend of business and technology skills. Pasalapudi has bootstrapped various Strategic Business Units in his career and is currently working as a Practice Director at Apps Associates Pvt Ltd heading their Infrastructure Managed Services and Cloud practice at GDC and has worked with APTS, Pointsoft, Kenexa, DELL and Megasoft in his earlier assignments. Pasalapudi is the Co-Founder and President of the All India Oracle Users Group (AIOUG) and is a frequent speaker at the Oracle Open World, AIOUG Sangam, IOUG Collaborate and other conferences. He blogs at orakhoj.blogspot.com and created www.ora-search.com an exclusive oracle search engine for DBAs and Developers.
Oracle DevOps for Dummies
Application development and IT operations teams travel different roads with different points of view. These separate roads slow the delivery of new apps and features to customers. Relations between Development and Operations are generally viewed as poor, with some even characterized as toxic.
Ready to begin your journey to DevOps? The journey to continuous everything. DevOps brings together your development and IT operations professionals early in the application process, enabling them to collaborate closely and function as an integrated team. Along the way, DevOps automates many processes so one organization isn’t left waiting on the other. Integration, automation, and collaboration are keys to DevOps success. This session is going to help Oracle Customers to understand how DevOps can benefit their business.
Sai is an Oracle ACE Director and Oracle Certified Professional. He is having more than fourteen years of experience in Oracle & Cloud technologies. Currently working with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) as Lead Cloud Architect. He is one of the founding member of All India Oracle Users Group (www.aioug.org – a non-profit organization) and currently serving as Vice-President & Director of Finance. He is frequent speaker in Users Group conferences inside and outside of Oracle including Oracle Open World, UKOUG, OTNYathra (India OTN Tour) and AIOUG Sangam Conferences & Java One. He was part Oracle Database 12c Beta testing. His Oracle Application DBA blog - www.oadba.com. Oracle 12c blog www.oracle12c.info. He is also leading Oracle VM Special Interest Group (SIG) www.oraclevmsig.org. Presented more than 35 conferences, major conference including Oracle Open World (2015,2014,2013), UKOUG (Tech14), Java One India (2013), Sangam (AIOUG Annual Conference 2014,2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009), OTNYathra (India OTN Tour 2014,2013, 2012)
Use Oracle Big Data SQL to query for All Your Data
Oracle Big Data SQL provides unified query across Oracle database, Hadoop, and NoSQL data stores. It uses query franchising technique to maximize the performance and avoid the pitfalls of language-level federation using query franchising. Oracle Big Data SQL uses Hadoop Smart Scan to quantify the performance and minimize data movement. This session will discuss the limitations of language level federation, capabilities of Big Data SQL and the latest updates of a cutting-edge technology.
Backup your databases to the cloud using Oracle Database Backup Service
Oracle Database Backup Service is a secure, scalable, reliable, and on-demand Oracle public cloud storage solution for storing Oracle Database backups. Businesses can access additional storage capacity in minutes with zero hardware investment. The Oracle Database Backup Service can be accessed from anywhere, at any time, and from any Oracle database server connected to the Internet.
This session will touch upon several aspects of backup cloud service like subscription process, scalability, access, and security. The attendees will learn about the new backup-as-a-service offering that enables customers to store their backups securely in the Oracle cloud via a downloadable backup module that transparently handles the backup and restore operations.
Saurabh K. Gupta works as a Principal Technologist with the Database Product Management group at Oracle India Private Limited. He is a seasoned professional with wide experience in Oracle Database design, development, and administration. He is responsible for driving technology adoption of the Oracle Database product with Oracle partners. His areas of expertise are PL/SQL development, database administration, high availability, and Exadata engineered systems. He is the author of Packt's "Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide". He is an active speaker at technical conferences and Oracle user groups.
Oracle Data Security Introduction
Databases make very attractive targets as they have all the data neatly arranged in columns and rows, properly structured and linked with relevant information.
Hackers may try to enter from network, operating system, storage, databases, applications, storage, backups, etc. if you can sniff the wire, copy the database files from the operating system, exploit someone already in the database, or the application, you can get away with all the data. Passwords can now be obtained by the hackers as well, and you have to make sure that those privileges are not getting abused. The scope of the problem is thus slightly larger than typically what can be addressed by just encryption.
Enterprise Security Solutions Architect with two decades of Information Technology experience. Currently work as Principal Security Technology Consultant with Oracle focusing on Enterprise Security.
Chetan worked in BFSI, Tele Communications, Web Hosting and many other domains. Extensive experience as Production and development Database Administrator, Architect, Data Migration & ERP.
AIOUG Bangalore chapter Core Team member.
$11.Data Security: on premise as well as cloud
$12.Big Data (HDFS, NoSQL & RDBMS) Security
2014: Oracle Database RAC 12c certified implementation specialist (OCE)
2014: Oracle Database 12c certified implementation specialist (OCS)
Troubleshooting Oracle GoldenGate
Process Abended - oh!!! Not Again. My processes are up and running, but my data is not getting replicated. If you are looking for troubleshooting Oracle GoldenGate, then this is the session for you. Prevention is always better than cure, on following this quote, the session not just troubleshooting but also explains the key areas which has to be considered so as to prevent or avoid the errors and problems which occur frequently in your Oracle GoldenGate environment. A step by step methodology on how to troubleshoot Oracle GoldenGate problems will be showcased based on real time scenarios.
Veeratteshwaran Sridhar is an Oracle Database Administrator with 8 Years of Experience working as Senior Software Engineer, Oracle GoldenGate Global Customer Support in Oracle India Pvt Ltd. He is an Oracle 11g Certified Professional and Oracle GodlenGate 11g Certified Implementation Specialist. He is also having good knowledge in Oracle Technologies such as GoldenGate, Data Guard, RAC and RMAN. He is also a speaker in AIOUG Chennai Chapter, Sangam, Oracle Technology Network and He actively participates in Oracle related forums such as OTN (ID - ORASCN). He constantly publishes articles on his blog www.oracle-scn.com and he is reachable at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Session talk covers
1. Application Design impacts over Query Performance
4. Understanding Query Transformation and applying them for better SQL Performance.
5. Step by Step iterative approach for SQL Tuning explained with real time examples.
Hariharaputhran Vaithinathan - Technology and Business Professional with 12 yrs experience in data architecture, data integration business intelligence, Professional Services Delivery. Recognized as a strategic thought-leader with a consistent track record of client-focused innovation and execution. Extensive global experience in Finance, Banking and Telecom projects. He has extensive experience in design, development, support and management of large scale data systems and deploying enterprise level global solutions. His area of interest includes Data Modelling, Replication, SQL Tuning and Big Data. He is currently heading the AIOUG Chennai Chapter. Hari is a speaker at User Group Conferences including India OTN Tour, AIOUG Sangam Conferences, AIOUG Tech days, Oracle Open World 15. He was the recipient of the award from Cognizant Technologies Ltd- Chennai Top Trainer for Q1-2013. He shares his experience in his blog www.puthranv.com
When and Where
Start Time:Apr 26, 2016 9:00 AM UTC (UTC)
End Time:Apr 26, 2016 6:00 PM UTC (UTC)
Location:Danube Auditorium, Tech Mahindra Learning World Hi-Tech City, Madhapur, Hyderabad
Event Visibility & Attendance Policy:Open
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