The next Twin Cities Oracle Users Group quarterly meeting will be held on Thursday, October 17 and will take a detailed look at the new features of Oracle 12c. Click here for more details.
Kevin Rowley from Collier IT will look at the major features released with 12c. Brock Frank from Oracle will cover innovative new features such as Oracle’s Sun ZFS Storage Appliance, Oracle Intelligent Storage Protocol, Oracle Compression, Automatic Data Optimization and Heat Maps.
Jeff Skochil from Oracle will cover the new multitenant architecture featuring pluggable databases, fast provisioning, cloning, patching and upgrades of databases. Ryan Wieber from Oracle will share his insights on 12c Automatic Data Optimization capabilities, showing how Heat Maps provides insight into data access and Automatic Data Optimization policies.
The 2013 Twin Cities Oracle Users Group Summer Spring meeting was held on Thursday, July 25th and focused on Database Performance and Database Cloning. We would like to thank Thomson Reuters for the superb job they did in hosting the event
We had excellent speakers in the form of Maria Colgan from Oracle, Kyle Hailey from Delphix and Suraj Talreja from Thomson Reuters. Maria gave us a sneak peek into Oracle 12c with her presentation on "What to Expect from the Optimizer in Oracle Database 12c". Kyle reviewed one of the hottest topics in database circles with his presentation "Instant Database Cloning with Thin Provisioning and Virtual Databases", and Suraj shared a user’s perspective on Thomson's ongoing implementation project for Enterprise Manager 12c.
|Summer 2013||Database Performance and Enterprise Manager||07/25/2013|
|Spring 2013||Database Cloud||4/25/2013|
|Winter 2013||High Availability||1/17/2013|
|Fall 2012||Performance Tuning||11/12/2012|
|Summer 2012||Big Data||7/26/2012|
|Winter 2012||Oracle RAC, Grid Infrastructure||1/19/2012|
|Fall 2011||Business Intelligence and Database Compression||10/27/2011|
|Summer 2011||Database Development||7/27/2011|
|Spring 2011||Database Performance Tuning||4/21/2011|