Category: 2017 Fall General

NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: Improving reliability using the next generation machine learning technologies

Improving reliability using the next generation machine learning technologies The participants will learn how machine learning can be used to reduce the effort required to troubleshoot multiple issues across the technology stack. Learn why you need to monitor the system

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: Plan a Creative and Efficient Upgrade to 12c for your Enterprise-Wide Databases

Plan a Creative and Efficient Upgrade to 12c for your Enterprise-Wide Databases Creative upgrade testing can lead to faster approaches and reduce downtime. With the right process, multiple databases can be upgraded in parallel Standardizing upgrade scripts will reduce errors

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: Infrastructure as Code for Oracle DBAs

Infrastructure as Code for Oracle DBAs With the pivot to Cloud Computing DBAs will need to pivot their skills just as we did when we left behind Client-Server for n-Tier with application servers and web servers. This pivot won’t eliminate

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: The OAC Tree

The OAC Tree The participant will learn the different pieces of the Oracle Analytics Cloud. The participant will learn the IaaS requirements and options for using OAC. The participant will learn on-premises to cloud migration paths to move to OAC.

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: How to Ensure Good Performance after a Database Upgrade

How to Ensure Good Performance after a Database Upgrade The chief concern among customers approaching a database upgrade is how to preserve or improve upon the performance they have come to expect from their Oracle Database. In this session, Oracle’s

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: Guesswork and the Optimizer

Guesswork and the Optimizer The presentation will examine assumptions and guesses related to computing selectivity that the Oracle optimizer has to make in order to be able to optimize SQL statements. The notion of “confidence” of cardinality estimates, a measure

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: Replicate Your Data for All-the-Time Uptime

Replicate Your Data for All-the-Time Uptime Participants will learn why extracting and copying data is no longer sufficient to support today’s data driven enterprise. They’ll learn how and when to use data replication to ensure their users have access to

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NYOUG 2017 Fall General Meeting: KEYNOTE: Mitigating the Oracle License Sprawl by Applying Advanced Technology

KEYNOTE: Mitigating the Oracle License Sprawl by Applying Advanced Technology In this presentation, the attendee will learn about advanced CPU, storage and OpenStack technologies that will enable them to control the proliferation of Oracle licenses. Architectures that improve performance while

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