Cloud Computing at COLLABORATE 16

    How do you determine if going to the cloud is right for your company? Are the benefits promoted such as reduced cost, increased storage capability and flexibility realistic? This track is designed to provide you with information to help you make the decision around public, private and hybrid cloud considerations, along with provide you with case studies from those that have experienced it. Already using the cloud? Learn some best practices from other users that can help make it even more efficient. Private, public and hybrid clouds will be covered.

    Wondering What Cloud Computing Content is at COLLABORATE 16? Here's a Quick Look:

    Key Topics

    • Analytics
    • IaaS
    • Mobile
    • PaaS
    • SaaS
    • Social
    • Virtualization

    Highlighted Conference Sessions

    Database Backup and Recovery Using the Oracle Cloud

    Erik Benner, Mythics Consulting

    Learn how the Oracle cloud can be used to backup and recover databases using RMAN, the defacto standard for Oracle backups. Learn how this solves the backup problem for both smaller IT organizations and larger Enterprises that use systems (like the ODA) that are deployed to remote locations. In this Hands on Lab, you will be able to configure the Oracle Cloud as a target for RMAN backups, and perform an backup and restoration of a database.

    Leveraging Oracle ASM Cluster File System for Private Cloud  Storage

    Kai Yu, Dell

    Originally introduced for non database data,  Oracle ASM Cluster File System (ACFS) added the support  Oracle database files in Oracle 12c.  Today IT organizations may leverage Oracle ACFS to establish pooling of storage across database, middleware and applications in their private Cloud. Come to this session to explore the Oracle ACFS and how it is used for cloud storage .  We will also discuss how to take advantage of some advanced features such as  ACFS Snapshot,  ACFS Replication and Oracle 12c Flex ASM for ACFS. In the end of presentation, we will have a brief discussion of the some new ACFS features that are expected to release in Oracle 12.2.

    Oracle Database Cloud - Let's Get Started

    Brian Spendolini, Oracle 

    In this hands-on lab, students get their first taste of Oracle Database Cloud. Students create a cloud database from scratch with a few clicks of the mouse, then change access rules with the compute console enabling web, monitoring, and command-line entry. Oracle Database Cloud then scales up in real time adding memory and CPU. Finally, students experience the various application development, database monitoring, and administration console capabilities available via web access.

     


     

       

     

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