Are you excited for this year’s Oracle Open World 2015? Pythian will once again be attending and participating in a number of marquee presentations and events.
This event is an amazing opportunity to hear from the finest minds in the Oracle space from Pythian and across the industry. We will be sending our Oracle experts to deliver some compelling presentations, packed with best practices, expert tips and advice that you won’t want to miss (See schedule below). Make sure you take some time to connect with us, and engage with our sought-after Oracle experts.
Oak Table World
Don’t miss the popular mini conference – Oak Table World in San Francisco, October 26th & 27th. There is a stacked agenda for this years conference along with our very own CTO Alex Gorbachev on stage at 3PM October 27th.
Once again, we are thrilled to announce that we will be co-hosting the Annual Bloggers Meetup, organized in partnership with the Oracle Technology Network on October 28th (Save the date!). Be on the lookout for a blog post from Alex Gorbachev, Pythian’s CTO, providing details including the location, opportunities to connect, and activities.
Should you wish to schedule time to connect with one of our experts at OOW reach out to Emilia (Partner Program Mgr/[email protected]) and she will be happy to help set that up. Alternatively, catch all the action live from @pythianpartners while on site. This is the best way to get a hold of any of the Pythian team attending the event.
Attention Pythian Partners & clients, if you’re attending please reach out to us for details on social happenings you won’t want to miss!
See you there! #oow15 #pythianlife
Pythian Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2015
Date/Time: October 25, 8:00 am – 8:45 am | Moscone South—303
Abstract: Modern big data solutions often incorporate Hadoop as one of the components and require the integration of Hadoop with other components including Oracle Database. This presentation explains how Hadoop integrates with Oracle products focusing specifically on the Oracle Database products. Explore various methods and tools available to move data between Oracle Database and Hadoop, how to transparently access data in Hadoop from Oracle Database, and review how other products, such as Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and Oracle Data Integrator integrate with Hadoop.
Date/Time: October 27, 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm | Moscone South—310
Abstract: Big data promises many game-changing capabilities, but the “dirty secret” is that up to 90 percent of big data project time is spent preparing the data so that it can be usefully analyzed. Join this session to see a live demonstration of a new solution to this problem—Oracle Big Data Preparation Cloud Service. See how Oracle Big Data Preparation Cloud Service takes “noisy” data from a broad variety of sources in many different formats, both structured and unstructured, and uses sophisticated statistical, knowledge-based, and machine-learning algorithms to cleanse, enrich, and blend it into useful data streams, ready for further discovery, analysis, and reporting.
Date/Time: October 28, 1:45 p.m. | Moscone South—301
Abstract: Attend this session to hear from some of Oracle’s leading customers about their successful deployments of Oracle Multitenant.
Date/Time: October 25, 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm | Moscone West—3011
Abstract: The biggest headline at the 2009 Oracle OpenWorld was when Oracle’s Larry Ellison announced that Oracle was entering the hardware business with a prebuilt database machine, engineered by Oracle. Since then, businesses around the world have started to use these engineered systems. This beginner- to intermediate-level session takes you through my first 100 days of administering an Oracle Exadata machine and all the roadblocks and success I had along this new path.
Date/Time: October 25, 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm | Moscone South—305
Abstract: With the newest version of Oracle Database 12c and its multitenant option, we are moving toward an era of provisioning databases to our clients faster than we ever could, even leaving out the DBA and allowing the developers and project leads to provision themselves the database that they need. This presentation guides you through the different ways you can provision data from one Oracle Database to another using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.
Date/Time: October 25, 9:00 am – 9:45 am | Moscone South—304
Abstract: Oracle Recovery Manager (Oracle RMAN) has evolved since being released in Oracle 8i Database. With the newest version of Oracle Database 12c, Oracle RMAN has great new features that allow you to reduce your downtime in case of a disaster. In this session, learn about the new features that were introduced in Oracle Database 12c regarding recovery and configuration tips, and go over several demos so that if you are ever faced with this adversity, you will come out on top.
Date/Time: October 29, 9:30 am – 10:15 am | Moscone South—102
Abstract: What is the best method for delivering, setting up, and using database as a service (DBaaS) utilizing Oracle software, hardware, or the cloud? Within a company (private cloud) there are several ways, outside of a company (public cloud) there are additional ways, or you can use a combination of both. For IT, Oracle Database, and technology professionals, platform as a service (PaaS) and DBaaS are technologies you need to know about and use to stay current in your profession. Attend this session to learn about technology and deployment choices available using Oracle technology and solutions. Subject matter experts from Oracle OpenWorld and Collaborate answer your questions so you can architect, plan, and implement a successful DBaaS project.
Date/Time: October 25, 8:00 am – 8:45 am | Moscone South—304
Abstract: In this session, explore the promise of near-linear scalability that Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) makes. This session investigates several common problems in detail and presents solutions that are transparent to the application. Cache fusion contention, write-write contention, application partitioning and indexing are some of the topics discussed. Specific examples and their solutions are provided as well as performance comparisons.
Date/Time: October 25, 1:30 pm – 2:15 pm | Moscone South—308
Abstract: We can use reports from the Automatic Workload Repository feature to quickly identify the SQL_IDs of the top statements in the database. But what if the Automatic Workload Repository report reveals no “low-hanging fruit,” and the resource usage is evenly distributed among multiple statements? Where do we start? Is there a better way to identify the starting point for the tuning of a resource-bound system? This session explains when the Automatic Workload Repository reports are misleading and how to look at stored data from a different angle to determine the top consumers. This session includes a practical demonstration using scripts for Automatic Workload Repository mining that attendees can apply to their own challenging database performance tuning problems.
Date/Time: October 25, 1:30 pm – 2:15 pm | Moscone West—3011
Abstract: You have been working as a DBA for years and are planning/starting to support an Oracle Exadata installation. There are several planned and unplanned maintenance tasks that you will face, each one involving many details. Don’t wait to master them through practice—in this session, the speaker shares their experience with Oracle Exadata installations during the last few years, and shares details of the most common maintenance tasks and best practices to make better use of your resources. This includes setting up ASR, replacing components (hard and flash drives, batteries, InfiniBand switches, and more), and patching.
Date/Time: October 25, 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm | Moscone West—3010
Abstract: Nelson Calero Database ConsultantOracle ACE The LAOUC is the Latin America user group community that has an affiliated group of about 1,000 professionals. It is a self-governing community of Oracle users who volunteer to achieve common goals and objectives connected with Oracle technology. The group’s purpose is to promote membership involvement, education, and influence. Come to this session to learn more.
Date/Time: Sunday, Oct 25, 11:00 a.m. | Moscone West—3011
Abstract: Oracle Database 22.214.171.124 was released more than one year ago; however, a lot of new features are not well known by the community yet. In this session, learn what you have to know for each new feature in order to understand how they work. This session goes deep to give you enough information to go home talking about Oracle Database 126.96.36.199 and feel prepared to welcome the new versions of Oracle Database with your new knowledge.
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