#CloudComputing - Cloud Computing Sessions at COLLABORATE 14

    By: Dan McDonnell on Dec 31, 2013


    From panels of widely known database and technology experts and networking with power users to hands-on labs available only to IOUG Forum registrants, COLLABORATE 14 - IOUG Forum has the perfect storm of learning and engagement opportunities for you to have your most challenging database and technology questions answered, including all those you have about Cloud Computing.

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    Virtualizing Databases: Doing IT Right

     Michael Corey, NTIRETY

    A database is a very resource intensive by its very nature and one of the most resource intensive applications you will ever virtualize. If best practices are not followed, the database will never perform as needed. This presentation will teach the DBA best practices for Virtualizing Oracle/MySQL databases with a heavy emphasis on VMware. In this presentation we will cover the following:

    • Business Case for Virtualization
    • Architecting for Performance - Design
    • Architecting for Performance - Storage
    • Architecting for Performance - Processor
    • Architecting for Performance - Memory
    • Architecting for Performance - Network

    This builds upon the very popular session from VMworld 2013, which received a near perfect score from the attendees.


    12c Multi-Tenancy and Exadata IORM: An Ideal Cloud Based Resource Management

    Fahd Chughtai, Pythian

    Cloud database enables administrators to scale up and down the resource usage according to the business requirements. Oracle 12c renders multi-tenancy to manage multiple pluggable databases within a multi-tenant container database. In an Exadata, at the compute nodes, the resource manager controls the resources among pluggable databases, and all this resource management is trickled down to the storage servers, where IORM controls the resources. This presentation lucidly explains as how a business can leverage the benefits of 12C multi-tenancy, DBRM, and IORM in an Exadata realm to have an ideal cloud based resource management.


    Delivering Self-Service Cloud Application Services Based using Enterprise Manager 12c

    Kai Yu, Dell Inc.

    Oracle Self-Service provisioning enables the automatic application deployment in cloud. This session will focus on this self-service cloud environment based on Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) 12c and Oracle VM. You will learn the configuration of the entire stack of this infrastructure cloud architecture built on Dell platform and how to manage the whole stack the cloud architecture  including  hardware through Oracle EM12c with the innovative integration of hardware management software. This session will show case the EM12c Self-Service portal to automate the application deployment using application VM templates and virtual assemblies. You also will learn how to create your own VM templates and assemblies using Oracle Virtual Assemble Builder (OVAB) .


    Ensure HA in Database Cloud with Oracle Database 12c: What to do and how to do it

    Kai Yu, Dell Inc.

    Today as more and more IT organizations look ways to consolidate databases, database cloud model is being increasingly adapted. Hosting many databases with different SLAs, high availability becomes extremely critical to a database cloud. This session will discuss how to design and implement such a database cloud infrastructure to meet SLAs. It will cover the architecture design options to ensure HA of the entire stack. This presentation will also discuss how to leverage some of Oracle 12c HA database features including Application Continuity and Transaction Guard to ensure application HA; rolling upgrade to avoid DB downtime by ASM; Oracle Clusterware troubleshooting using newly enhanced 12c Cluster Heath Monitor (CHM).


    DBaaS-  Database as a Service in a DBAs World

    Kellyn Pot'Vin, Enkitec

    DBaaS, (Database as a Service) is a newer EM12c cloud feature that has many DBAs scratching their heads and wondering what it's all about and how it fits in their changing world as we head to the cloud.

    DBaaS, especially with Database 12c will have DBAs focus less on building databases, but more on managing cloud environments. The DBA will only set up resource allocation, privileges and limits for users to request databases via the EM12c Self Service Portal. This session will offer the DBA the opportunity to get a clear view of this important aspect of our future in the cloud.


    Who? What? Why? Oracle on Oracle's Public Cloud - 360 Degrees

    Tariq Farooq, BrainSurface

    Cloud Computing is inevitable: it's only a matter of when, not if! The Expert Panelists/Speakers will speak about their experiences, Insight, Recommendations, Best Practices, Current Strategies, Pros & Cons, and, a whole lot more about deploying the Oracle Database Server family on Oracle's Public Cloud.


    Best Practices for running Oracle Databases on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

    Abdul Sait, Amazon Web Services

    Amazon Web Services Cloud offers you the ability to run your Oracle databases in a hosted, IaaS environment.  A  Running the Oracle Database on Amazon Web Services (AWS)  is very similar to running Oracle at your data center.  To a DBA or developer, there are no differences. However, there are a number of AWS platform considerations when it comes to security, storage, compute configurations, management, and monitoring that will impact your success.  After this session, you will have the foundational knowledge to architect, install, configure, secure, manage, and support your Oracle databases on AWS EC2.   Whether you are a systems admin, developer, DBA, or architect you will benefit from learning the technical particulars of running the Oracle Database on AWS.


    Tuning Oracle Using 12c Cloud Control

    Rich Niemiec, ROLTA

    This presentation will show the top tips when tuning your architecture using Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c.  Oracle has come a long when from when they first introduced Enterprise Manager.  The product continues to improve and the installation continues to get better and easier.  The main focus of this presentation is to show many of the Cloud Control screen shots so that the attendee can see the depth of the product.

    1. Know the basics; Introduction to Cloud Control

    2. Oracle Direction

    3. Market direction -- Consolidation of Databases

    4. Cloud Basics -- The basic OEM 12c Screens

    5. Cloud Basics - Using OEM Cloud Control to Tune it

    6. Use OEM Cloud Control to Monitor your environment

    7. Other tips using this product including Testing


    There and Back Again: A Journey into the Cloud

    Thomas Canty, ServerCare, Inc.

    This is a story of how a small company had an adventure. As part of a mandate to consolidate colocation facilities and servers, we were tasked with investigating "The Cloud" as an option to physical servers, which led us to solutions such as Oracle's Cloud, Amazon RDS, and Amazon EC2. This paper will document that journey, the challenges discovered with each technology, the proof-of-concept projects we undertook, the lessons learned, and the surprising outcome of the adventure.


    OVM - From Start to Finish - An Implementation Guide

    Luis Fregoso, ServerCare, Inc.

    SO what is OVM? Why is it better then VMware? Isn't Oracle just for Databases?

    These are all too common questions when looking at OVM for your virtualization needs. The fact is OVM is now a major player in the Virtualization space and has many advantages over the competition when utilizing Oracle solutions.

    In this session you will be taken from start to fish of an OVM deployment. You will also get exposed to the many vast templates that can be instantly deployed with just a few clicks. Overall come and join us and see why OVM just makes technical and financial sense to have as your virtualization solution.

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