Oracle Multitenant option allows you consolidate multiple databases into a single one. But most DBAs find the idea of managing a multitenant environment daunting. In this session you will learn what the speaker—a real word DBA user—did to be a DBA in a multitenant environment and used the tools, features and techniques always used--backup/recovery using RMAN, ASM, security, RAC, Data Guard, Cloud Control, EM Express and everything else. As this session will explain, there is little change to your understanding to manage a multitenant database—both as a CDBA and a PDBA.
Value to the Customer
Many customers often find multitenant concepts hard to understand and are concerned about the compatibilities of the tools they are familiar with. This session aims to quash those concerns.
Implementing database security in today's insecure world is not just a challenge for newly started; but for veterans as well. It's a delicate balance between the need to apply CPU patches and the inevitable downtime. In this session attendees will learn some simple but highly effective steps they can implement in just one day that will eliminate a lot of vulnerability and make the database secure against 90% of the common attacks. All the concepts will be explained with the cause of the vulnerability and how it can be sealed with the relatively simple techniques available with the Oracle database, some with live demos. The knowledge comes to aid of those who plan of complaint with PCI, SOX and GLBA requirements.
This presentation is based on the most successful, long-running, and independent WebLogic 12c presentation at Oracle World. In 2015 over two hundred attendees signed up for it!
Oracle likes to emphasize that there are more than 200 new features in Oracle WebLogic Server 12c. This session takes a different approach and presents only the key reasons that make it worth using the latest Oracle WebLogic Server 12c. The features presented in this session are technical—derived from attendees’ questions in many hands-on workshops—without any sales pitch and somehow subjective. Also, if limitations exist, they will be mentioned.
Everything that makes upgrading to the latest Oracle WebLogic Server 12c worth it will be covered, including core features, important changes, and Oracle WebLogic Server running in a Docker container.
This presentation covers the possibly hottest topic in DevOps in since 2015: Docker.
Docker and Oracle seem like a marriage of fire and ice, or free and constantly changing open source versus licensed enterprise software.
Docker containers are open source, low overhead, can be started in milliseconds. Containerized applications can be run without changes on premise as well as in most public clouds such as AWS and GCE.
In this presentation we review the underlying fundamentals of Docker, the command-line interface, and explain typical usage patterns. Advanced Docker concepts such as Docker Compose, Docker Machine, Docker Swarm, and native Docker on Solaris, Windows or Mac OS are explained.
Then we look at the role of Docker in the Oracle ecosystem of products. We cover WebLogic 12c on Docker which is officially certified by Oracle since March 2015. Also the Oracle Docker cloud service will be reviewed.
An earlier version of this presentation received a lot of positive feedback at the northern leg of OTN Latin America tour last year. This presentation also includes some demos!
We all want to avoid loss of valuable information and minimize downtime.
Your backup procedure is only as good as the ability to successfully restore your data.
This presentation will benefit DBAs responsible for maintaining MySQL systems whether you well qualified with MySQL or Oracle.
This presentation will review the essential configuration options highlighting the common mistakes seen with many clients and provide a number of scenarios that can be reproduced to test your current and future strategies.