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 migration techniques. We will share how we migrated the complete database lifecycle from Exadata X2 to new X6’s leveraging Data Pump for Development, RMAN duplicate for QA, Data Guard for Production. Lastly, we will discuss how we automated the Oracle’s snap cloning process to create clones within a few minutes.
Heema Satapathy is a Service Delivery Manager with BIAS Corporation. She is an Oracle Ace Associate and an active speaker. She spoke in various international conferences including Oracle Collaborate and Oracle Open World.
Mark Saltzman Oracle Database Management Professional with expertise in Oracle Engineered Systems and OCI cloud implementations. More than 20 years of experience designing, implementing and sustaining high volume mission critical 24/7 Oracle databases on multiple operating systems. Areas of expertise include: Oracle Engineered Systems planning, implementation, go-lives, consolidations, escalations, triage, training, tuning, and patching; RAC, Data Guard, RMAN and Cloud Control planning, implementation, management, and tuning; Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI and HIPPA planning and implementation. Extensive engagement experience across a wide range of industries including mobile telecommunications, government, insurance, life sciences, media, higher education, logistics, military, fuel distribution, and online travel.
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