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IOUG Webcasts - January 8, 2014 Update


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Your Oracle Applications through Microsoft SharePoint
Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. CST

Your company already runs world-class Oracle line of business (LOB) applications to help support various business functions. Hear the Microsoft SharePoint team and a PeopleSoft customer talk about the benefits of connecting your Oracle applications with SharePoint to create business-critical solutions that improve business processes, boost team productivity and increase return on investment.
Easily scale your solution and get the most out of your existing IT investments by:

  • Surfacing and sharing LOB data through an organization-wide collaboration platform that’s simple to use and manage;
  • Improving decision-making and automation while reducing business risk; and
  • Providing an enterprise-level, unified search experience across all structured and unstructured content siloes.

Hear a PeopleSoft customer on how the city of Lethbridge improved productivity through extending their PeopleSoft system to new users by:

  • Providing easy, company-wide access to their HR system;
  • Streamlining the implementation and delivering a richer user experience; and
  • Automating and accelerating business processes.

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IOUG Oracle EM Techcast: DBA Best Practices for Performance Tuning in a Pluggable World
Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014
12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. CST

An Oracle CDB has the ability to have up to 252 PDBs. Performance tuning a CDB is not much different than in a classical database, but there are several things a DBA should take into consideration from a performance point of view.
The presentation covers:

  • Best practices for DBAs
  • Tuning and configuration tips
  • New features

Featured Speaker: Julian Dontcheff, Head of Database Management & Exadata Lead for EALA (Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America), Accenture
*Oracle Certified Master and an Oracle ACE Director.

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Finding & Fixing Performance Problems in a Complex Application & Database System
Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014
12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. CST

Alarm SMS messages and emails are being sent by the performance monitoring system to the production DBA team and the development team alerting everyone that the latest release of a critical business application and the underlying databases are grinding to a halt.

  • The developers, QA team, and DBAs all point fingers at each other.
  • The developers say "My code is perfect. It passed all of the unit, system and load tests".
  • The QA team says "we tested and certified the code, the SQL, and the database".
  • The DBAs say “the production servers are configured according to the specifications and have all of the latest updates.”

Has this ever happened to you?

Featured Speakers: David Intersimone & Scott Walz, Embarcadero Technologies

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Simplify Change Management and Version Control with Stat 5.7.0
Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014
1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. CST

When it comes to making critical changes in your environment, or managing versions, you need to know you have complete control before something goes wrong. Luckily, Stat lets you breathe easy.

In this webcast, you’ll discover how Stat 5.7.0 offers an improved migration console that puts all critical information about your deployments on a single, easy-to-use dashboard. You can now control precisely when to migrate, what to migrate and what error checking, if any, you want to configure.

Featured Speaker: Fernando Volonte, Dell Product Expert

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IOUG Oracle EM SIG Techcast: Managing Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c with Oracle Clusterware
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. CST

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c provides a complete monitoring framework for applications, middleware, and infrastructure. Configuring it for high availability is recommended to ensure continuous monitoring. A level-2 HA configuration provides this ability while reducing costs. Such a configuration has multiple management service hosts with a shared file system. The management service can fail over to any available host. Oracle Clusterware is the glue that enables seamless failover of not only databases but also applications.

This presentation details the steps required to configure virtual host names and create an Oracle Clusterware resource for Oracle Enterprise Manager to provide seamless failover and improved high availability levels.

Featured Speaker: Leighton Nelson, Associate Principal Database Administrator/Oracle ACE

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