Tag: 2019

Database In-Memory – Columnar Formatted Data for Analytics Oracle Database In-Memory introduces a new in-memory columnar format that is compatible with all existing applications. Join Oracle Product Management to learn in detail what motivated Oracle to develop this new technology …

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A Beginners Guide to Scripting with Node.js and the node-oracledb Module An introduction to Node.js, a popular open source JavaScript runtime, and then a demonstration of using the node-oracledb module that allows you to interface with your on premise and …

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Oracle Database In-Memory By Example Starting with Oracle Database 12c a new In-Memory column store is available and it is compatible with all existing applications. But how does it work and what steps are required to get started? Rather than …

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Oracle License Pitfalls Understanding how virtualization effects Oracle licensing both in the cloud and in on-premises environments. The presentation will cover optimizing/customizing licensing terms and concessions in order to mitigate risk and decrease total cost of ownership. An in-depth review …

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides numerous ways to deploy the Oracle Database on Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure. We will dive into the different Oracle deployment options and versions available in OCI along with a demo of how to create …

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Autonomous Data Management: The Way Forward Data is the world’s most valuable resource. It’s the enduring asset at the center of every company’s digital strategy. But as firms pursue digital transformation, the data management underpinning their applications, analytics and algorithms …

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  Oracle Enterprise Data Management Cloud What if you could spend less time reconciling numbers and more time on key business tasks? What if you argued less about who’s numbers were correct and, instead, spent that time making sound business …

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Oracle Security for DBAs and Developers Everyone should know that the Oracle database contains more built-in security functionality than do all of the other major commercial database products combined. They should also know that most of its security features are …

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Migrating your Data to the Cloud – Location Matters As customers with existing data consider moving that data and applications to “the cloud”, it rapidly becomes apparent that, just as in real estate, it’s all about location. A move to …

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Dev 2.0: Living in the World of APIs Historical trends of the last decade lead to a paradox: · In search of optimization our solutions represent a group of independent modules communicating via various APIs. · The overall number of …

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KEYNOTE: What’s New in Oracle Database 19c In this session we’ll review what’s new from the Oracle Database development team, including key features introduced in Oracle Database 19c, and what’s new and coming next for Oracle’s Autonomous Database Cloud Service. …

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Debra Wong is the NYOUG Survey winner. Thank you to all who participated!

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