Spring 2017 Workshop - April 21, 2017

Title:  Oracle 12c Multitenant features and direction.
Theme: Oracle 12c multitenant allows for simplified consolidation utilizing container and pluggable databases. Come hear our guests speak on some of the features and future direction of this exciting technology.

When: April 21, 2017

Where: Optum Technology, 13625 Technology Drive, Eden Prairie, MN


Sponsored by:Collier IT and Meta7 


8:30-9:00 :  
Registration and Networking


9:00-9:30 :  
Welcoming Remarks
Sponsor Introductions
Speaker Introductions

9:30-10:30 :  
What's new in 12.2: Daniel Morgan, Meta7

The 12.2 New Features guide lists a small number of the many hundreds of new features and changes in the 12.2 database. This session will focus on the broad range of changes including changes in architecture, SQL, PL/SQL, and security.


10:30-10:45 :  

10:45-11:45 :  
Oracle Multitenant: The Road Ahead: Patrick Wheeler, Oracle

You probably thought that Oracle Multitenant was a full-featured product when Oracle launched it in 2013—most people did. You’ll be amazed at all the new features that are packed into 12.2! This session covers all of the most important new capabilities.


11:45-12:00 :  
Lightning Session: Native Compilation in PL/SQL Dan Morgan
Native Compilation makes it possible to speed up in-memory calculations by many orders of magnitude without rewriting a single line of code.


12:00-1:00 :  
Break : Lunch
1:00-1:45 :  
Lightning Session: Platinum Gateway Security Concerns, Brian Bream, Collier IT

Some thoughts on how to address your security department concerns while considering deploying a Oracle Platinum Gateway


1:45-2:00 :  

Q&A with our Oracel Expert Panel. Bring your questions. Suprise Lighting Session.


2:00-3:00 :  
Oracle Multitenant: Ideal Architecture for World-Class SaaS: Patrick Wheeler, Oracle

Oracle Multitenant offers the perfect database architecture on which to develop an efficient, modern software-as-a-service (SaaS) application. Your customers want market-leading functionality and configurability at competitive prices. You need to deliver this with great agility combined with both an ability to scale as well as great economies of scale. In this session, learn how application containers, new with Oracle Multitenant 12.2, provide this.


3:00-3:15 :  


3:15-3:45 :  
Oracle Multitenant: Live in SQL*Plus: Daniel Morgan, Meta7

New Oracle 12c multitenant features will be demonstrated live in SQL*Plus and all DDL and DML will be made available to our members immediately following the meeting in our TCOUG Slack group.


3:45-4:00 :  
Giveaways and Prizes



About the Speakers

Patrick Wheeler – Senior Director, Product Management, Oracle Database

Patrick Wheeler joined Oracle in 1986. He worked as Consultant and Consulting Practice Manager for several large financial institutions in London and San Francisco. He was closely involved with the development of Oracle CASE and was responsible for the worldwide launch of CASE and establishment of custom consulting practices in the early nineties.  

In 1995, Mr Wheeler joined Siebel Systems and was a member of the Founder's Circle. As Data Architect and Director of Data Modeling he oversaw the development of Siebel's Data Model from Sales Force Automation startup to CRM juggernaut. He went on to establish the Reliability Engineering practice at Siebel Systems, guiding the product from pre-release instability to production release solidity. He has been awarded three US patents as Inventor.   

Now back at Oracle, Mr Wheeler where his focus is on Oracle Database 12c and the Multitenant feature. You can follow Patrick on Twitter @OraclePDB.


Daniel Morgan – Principal Advisor, Forsythe Meta7

Oracle ACE Director Alumni Daniel Morgan has been working in IT since 1969 and with Oracle products since the late 1980s beginning with Oracle 6. He is the “Morgan” behind the morganslibrary.org website and has been speaking at Oracle conferences, worldwide, since 2003.     Morgan’s background includes writing the Oracle curriculum and teaching at the University of Washington for 10 years, lecturing on Oracle at Harvard University and at universities in North and South America, EMEA, and APAC as well as consulting on optimizing Oracle environments with a focus on stability, security, scalability and performance.



Brian Bream – Chief Technology Officer, Collier IT

Brian is the Chief Technology Officer at Collier IT and an Oracle ACE for Systems Technologies  He has over 36 years in the Information Technology field starting in the US Navy in 1981. Although proficient in many technologies his passion has been in the Operating Environment, Engineered Systems, Data Center grade servers, Big Data/Hadoop, and storage. He has been teaching for Sun Microsystems / Oracle since 2000. Brian actively writes a blog and provides formal presentations on various Oracle and related technology topics.

You can follow Brian on Twitter @Snatchbrain