Category: 2018 Winter General Meeting Presentations

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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