Upcoming IOUG Webcasts - February 5, 2014 Update

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Achieve Continuous Database Availability with Active-Active Replication IOUG/Dell Webcast

Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST

In this educational session, Dell Software’s Oracle® replication expert, Sujith Kumar, illustrates how you can attain the five sigma’s of high availability using active-active replication in a critical database environment. Sujith will discuss replication techniques that can be easily incorporated into any database environment to prevent or eliminate downtime.

You’ll learn simple methods to:

  • Leverage Oracle data replication to reduce or eliminate planned and unplanned system outages and control high system load.
  • Implement an effective and proven data replication strategy that ensures system and application availability.
  • And much more

Plus, you’ll hear from a Fortune 100 company that uses this practice in their data centers on each end of the United States to avoid disruption and achieve continuous operations by converging their high availability and disaster recovery practices.

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Performance Visualizations in Oracle: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST

Discover the latest monitoring tips and techniques to help you optimize your databases in our live webcast. Join Amihay Gonen, a Dell Oracle domain expert with more than 20 years of experience as a DBA, database manager and developer for Oracle, for insight into:

  • How to leverage performance data reports — from the simplest methods to cutting edge practices
  • The pros and cons of commonly used reports, such as AWR reports and OEM graphs
  • A new method of displaying performance data using “The poor man’s heat map”
  • Examples of specific use cases that demonstrate ways to solve performance issues faster
  • The art of conducting visually superior root cause analysis investigations
  • And more

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Beyond Red Light-Green Light: Using Oracle Enterprise Manager for Enterprise Monitoring

Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST

True database monitoring must go beyond reactive “red light, green light” alerts. Have you ever wondered if you could get more out of your Oracle Enterprise Manager implementation? What if your OEM implementation included:

  • Templates to ensure you were getting actionable alerts?
  • A visible alert history to determine what system is causing the most noise in your environment?
  • Visual data to be proactive for plan for CPU and disk space memory?
  • Information that helped with true capacity planning and budgeting?

See how the leader in DBA services in North America has fine-tuned OEM implementations across our client base.

  • We will detail how we fine tune templates and/or create additional templates to eliminate unwanted alerts - - which includes removing unnecessary metrics and policies, setting up critical and warning thresholds at appropriate levels and other tactics.
  • Datavail will also examine how we use our OEM Alert Optimizer to trend data (alert volume by day, alert volume by week, alert volume by Target Name, alert volume by Metric Name and hourly alert volume) from the OEM repository.

Featured Speaker: John Kaufling, Director of Oracle Applicaton Services, Datavail

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Oracle SuperCluster: Oracle’s Fastest Engineered Systems Product Family

Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST

Oracle SuperCluster engineered systems are Oracle’s fastest and most scalable engineered systems optimized for the Oracle Database. Incorporating Exadata storage servers and running on the SPARC and Solaris technology, Oracle SuperClusters are ideal for Platform-as-a-Service implementations, mission-critical Oracle Database deployments, consolidating enterprise application and database workloads as well as running Oracle Database in-memory.

In this session we will cover why Oracle SuperCluster is achieving triple digit year over year growth rates, our latest product enhancements and how our customers are successfully implementing these systems in a wide variety of industries such as Telecommunications, Financial services, Government, Retail, Oil and Gas and other industries while running all types of database workloads, including OLTP, data warehouse, as well as a consolidation of mixed workloads.

Featured Speakers: Michael Palmeter, Sr. Director of Engineered Systems Product Management, Oracle
Steve Rudinsky, Director of Product Marketing, Oracle

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