Category: Presentation

NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: An Introduction to Virtual Reality Data Analytics

An Introduction to Virtual Reality Data Analytics Two-dimensional data visualizations have their drawbacks for analysts to gain insights when analyzing large datasets or those with many data dimensions. This session will explain how datasets can be explored in virtual reality

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NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: Implementing a Robust Oracle12c Multitenant BR/DR Strategy with RMAN

Implementing a Robust Oracle12c Multitenant BR/DR Strategy with RMAN This session presents an in-depth approach to BR/DR operations using a dynamic model to back up and recovery (BR) and disaster recovery (DR) operations applicable to Oracle12c Multitenant standalone and the

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NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: From IoT to the Database: Soldering, REST Data with JavaScript and Python

From IoT to the Database: Soldering, REST Data with JavaScript and Python If you’re like me, you use way too much power and you’re not quite sure where. Tracking your power usage is a great start, but analyzing the data

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NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: Oracle Exadata X6 Pallet to Production: An All-Inclusive Migration Package

Oracle Exadata X6 Pallet to Production: An All-Inclusive Migration Package In this session, we will share the technical steps and challenges encountered while standing up two new Exadata X6’s including disk group sizing, sparse disk considerations, the Exadata instantiation and

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NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: DevOps 101 for DBAs and Database Developers

DevOps 101 for DBAs and Database Developers DevOps is a changing the process of developing and deploying software. Using DevOps techniques with databases and database development presents some unique challenges. This paper will show of the principles of DevOps can

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NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: Liquibase – Open Source version control for your database

Liquibase – Open Source version control for your database It is generally accepted that you should always use proper version control when developing software. Shouldn’t you do the same with your database changes? Especially as part of a DevOps strategy.

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NYOUG 2018 Winter Meeting: Oracle SQL Developer Tips & Tricks

Oracle SQL Developer Tips & Tricks An interactive session, the SQL Developer product manager will show you how to take advantage of your IDE and database GUI – features, preferences, ‘tricks’ – with live demo and your questions. This session

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NYOUG 2018 Fall Meeting: OBIEE BI Publisher Reporting Technology

OBIEE BI Publisher Reporting Technology 1. Create Data Model in BI Publisher 2. Using Advanced BI Publisher functions to create RTF, Excel template to associate with XML data 3. Using WSDL ScheduleService and ReportService to launch BI Publisher’s web service

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Success Story – Oracle Cloud Procurement Implementation

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Success Story – Oracle Cloud Procurement Implementation In this case study, you will learn how Oracle Cloud Procurement can be used to optimize and automate your source-to-settlement process. How Jade Global brought in their industry

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: APEX 18.1 and the REST of the world

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: APEX 18.1 and the REST of the world One of the marquee features of Application Express 18.1 is the improved support to consume external REST services and REST enabled SQL. In this session you will

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Oracle Sharding Technical Deep Dive

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Oracle Sharding Technical Deep Dive Oracle Sharding is a response to customer demand for a database architecture that can deliver the combination of linear scalability and complete fault isolation without requiring shared storage or compromising

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Server-Side Development for the Cloud

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Server-Side Development for the Cloud Server-Side Development for the Cloud The only group of Oracle specialists that continues to stay outside of the cloud hype are server-side developers. Everybody else (from CFOs to DBAs) are

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Understanding the New Release and Patching Model for Oracle Database

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Understanding the New Release and Patching Model for Oracle Database By now you have heard that Oracle has changed its database release model and numbering, and on top of that has a new patching paradigm.

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: Next Generation Data Protection and Security for Oracle users: The Blockchain Advantage

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting:  Next Generation Data Protection and Security for Oracle users: The Blockchain Advantage You will learn how blockchain is applicable to securing PII (Personally Identifiable Information), PCI data and Healthcare data in Oracle. You will learn

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NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: KEYNOTE: An Update on Oracle Database 18c.

NYOUG 2018 Fall General Meeting: KEYNOTE: An Update on Oracle Database 18c. By now you’re probably already aware that Oracle skipped Database 13c and went straight to Oracle Database 18c. Find out the reason behind this decision as well as

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: Database Health with Raspberry Pi

Database Health with Raspberry Pi Learn some of the tips and techniques of successfully managing a database infrastructure in the real world. How is the database performing now? It’s a question you must have been asked more than once and

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: Innovation, the Oracle Cloud, Big Data, IOT and Robotics Future

Innovation, the Oracle Cloud, Big Data, IOT and Robotics Future This presentation will cover Oracle’s Acceleration, especially with the Oracle Cloud, and the Cycles of Innovation in the world. We’ll look at a quick step by step PaaS example and

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: The Best Oracle Database 18c New Features (and a few 12cR2)

The Best Oracle Database 18c New Features (and a few 12cR2) Oracle’s Visual Analyzer tool is especially designed for data exploration, whereas traditional OBIEE This presentation will look at which 18c new features should be investigated for use. Most of

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: Unduly Forgotten Performance Tuning Hero: PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler

Unduly Forgotten Performance Tuning Hero: PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler The PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler became available in Oracle 11g Release 1 and replaced the old DBMS_PROFILER package. The goal was the same: to profile runtime behavior of PL/SQL code, i.e. to register

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: Introduction of Jupyter Notebook And Packages for Data Analysis and Plotting

Introduction of Jupyter Notebook And Packages for Data Analysis and Plotting Jupyter is an interactive development tool for Python related analytics, for rapid prototyping. The foundation of ML is Linear Algebra, the great chunk of it is pertaining to matrix

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: Using AI-powered Analytics in Oracle DB 12c for automatic Image Recognition

Using AI-powered Analytics in Oracle DB 12c for automatic Image Recognition This talk presents how AI powered analytics can be used for automatic Image Recognition. It explains how Machine Learning and Deep Learning algorithms can be used to automate Feature Extraction,

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: A Smart Grid for Enterprise Data

A Smart Grid for Enterprise Data This talk presents the architecture of Griddable.io’s smart grid for synchronized data integration. Smart transaction grids are a novel concept aimed at building and operating highly available and scalable infrastructure for synchronized data integration

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NYOUG 2018 Summer General Meeting: Why Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is built for the Enterprise

Why Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is built for the Enterprise Oracle has built the next generation of cloud infrastructure after researching existing public cloud platforms and seeking input from their existing enterprise customers. They have retained the benefits of first generation

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Implementing a Healthcare Imaging Pipeline Using Deep Learning

Implementing a Healthcare Imaging Pipeline Using Deep Learning Bio: Dr. Rahul Remanan is trained as a medical doctor from All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, India. He completed his postdoctoral fellowship in Neurology at Cornell University affiliated

NYOUG 2017 Winter General Meeting: 3 steps to running VMware Apps “as-is” on Oracle Cloud

3 steps to running VMware Apps “as-is” on Oracle Cloud Learn how to clone any VMware/KVM based applications as-is to the cloud for production, dev-test, IT Ops (UAT, staging etc.), security testing in 3 easy steps. Simon Law is a

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