On last Aug 2nd I had the opportunity to be at CLOUG Oracle event, delivering 3 sessions for an amazing group of people. Plus, I could meet again some very good friends, great experience on this regard!
Find all my slides on its most recent version here.
Thank you all for the opportunity and attendance.
See you next time!
More details on my sessions:
> Oracle Database Backup Service: Backup of On-Premise Databases to Cloud
In this session, I’ll be speaking about a study case one of the most fundamental Disaster Recovery tool for any business or technology: The Backup. But, what happens if your backup don’t work, or you lose your backup with your Data Center?
The session covers the Oracle Backup Service available in Oracle Public Cloud, specially focusing on offsite backups for On-Premise Databases. It is the less disruptive and easy implementable alternative to have an offsite backup, a common need in several business due the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX-2002). This is also the first step to put Database environments into Oracle Cloud.
The session has a hands-on lab covering installing, configuring, backing up and restoring a corrupted file from Public Cloud.
> Amazing Free Tools for Oracle DBAs
Your scripts utility belt don’t need to cover it all! Know some outstanding free tools to manage and monitor your Oracle Database environment.
In this session we’ll get in touch with some amazing free tools to check on the database performance, ongoing issues, tracing, dashboarding and graphing things from your database and server perspectives.
> Oracle Database Migration and Consolidation Techniques
Migrating and Consolidating databases or servers is a regular task for DBAs all over the world, caused mostly by hardware upgrades, RAC revision, application decomissioning and other strategic decisions.
But which tools Oracle provide us to help on this process?
This session covers the main tools and techniques to be used for database and hosts consolidation, including migration tools, workload simulating and go to live strategies.