Before Disaster Strikes Architect Seminar Series

Achieving resiliency in your business continuity strategy Oracle invites you to a virtual seminar and panel discussion focused on mitigating risks in the uncertain times we live in today. Natural disasters, system failures, operator error, and malicious hackers are causing serious damage to organizations without a well-planned high availability and disaster recovery strategy. Those consequences include lost revenue, diminished customer satisfaction, regulatory fines, lost data, and ransomware payments to name a few. Learn how BIAS, a leading IT solutions provider and award-winning Oracle partner, has designed and implemented high availability, disaster recovery and security strategies for some of the world’s

Oracle Narrative Reporting Cloud Certification Readiness Workshop

Note that seats are limited and priority will be given to EMEA Partners focusing to Oracle Enterprise Data Management Cloud Service Track Expertise. Registrations will be closed as soon as the Event is full. Oracle is pleased to invite you to attend an Oracle Narrative Reporting (EPRCS) Certification Readiness Workshop. Gain an in-depth understanding of the Oracle Narrative Reporting 2020 Implementation Specialist certification process and the various areas of the system that will be tested as part of the Implementation Essentials Certification Exam (1Z0-1083-20). Explore key system functionality and terminology that you will need to know to become a certified

Make it faster – Myths about SQL Performance

Many developers don’t pay attention to database performance when implementing new applications. The functionality of the application is important, but the efficiency of the SQL queries is often ignored. The DBA (or the query optimizer) does this job later. If necessary, we can still create some indexes, add hints or adjust some database parameters. And in the Cloud, the Oracle database does everything automatically and autonomously, anyway. Really? Unfortunately, the reality looks different. Many performance problems are caused by a poor software design, unsuitable data models or inefficient SQL statements. Correcting such issues at the end of a project or