Pre-Conference Workshops and Hands-on Labs

    On Sunday, April 7, IOUG offers an extra, comprehensive day of Oracle training complimentary for IOUG Forum attendees. Select which pre-conference workshop you wish to attend during registration. Space is limited! 

    Deep Dive Workshops

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    Intro to working with Relational Databases in the Cloud
    10:00am – 12:00pm
    Mostafa Ead, Senior SDEAmazon Web Services

    Get hands-on with the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), a managed cloud database platform from Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS engineers will guide you through setting up, configuring and accessing relational databases (Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL). They'll discuss what makes RDS unique and how it helps database administrators stop worrying about infrastructure, allowing them to focus on high-value database tasks like tuning and schema design. No prior cloud experience necessary (beneficial to create an AWS account beforehand). Walk away with a deeper understanding of running relational databases in the cloud, and confidence in your ability to quickly provision databases for scalability, high availability and reliability.

    • Objective 1: Learn about Amazon RDS and what it means to work with managed databases.
    • Objective 2: Learn how to navigate the AWS console to manage cloud resources.
    • Objective 3: Get hands-on experience creating, backing up, restoring, and scaling relational databases using Amazon RDS.

     

    Working with Relational Databases in the Cloud: Advanced Concepts514204-amazon-web-services-logo.jpg
    1:00pm – 3:00pm
    Mostafa Ead, Senior SDEAmazon Web Services

    Get hands-on with the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), a managed cloud database platform from Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS engineers will guide you through advanced concepts for managing Oracle databases in the cloud. Learn how to setup high-availability, upgrade, monitor, and configure your database using a managed service. Some prior cloud experience would be helpful (beneficial to create an AWS account beforehand). Remove the undifferentiated grunt work from your day to day by learning to use APIs to automate pain away, allowing you to focus on high-value tasks like tuning, scaling, design, and analysis.

    • Objective 1: Learn how to configure and monitor highly available databases in the cloud.
    • Objective 2: Learn how to test and automate database upgrades using the RDS API.
    • Objective 3: Learn how to customize your database using RDS Options and Parameters groups.

     

    Oracle Hands-On Labs

    9:15am – 10:15am

    Hands-on Lab: Using Python with Oracle Database

    Blaine Carter, Developer Advocate for Open Source, Oracle

    Get hands-on and learn the features of the Python cx_Oracle interface for Oracle Database. In this session learn efficient techniques for connection management, statement handling, and more. If you want to use Python and Oracle Database, this session is for you. Basic programming skills in any language are required.

     

    Hands-On Lab: Upgrading Oracle Database

    Mike Dietrich, Master Product Manager, Oracle

    Practical examples of upgrading Oracle Databases under the tutelage of Oracle's database upgrade team.

     

    10:30am – 11:30am

    Hands-On Lab: Low-Code Development with Oracle Application Express (APEX)

    David Peake, Product Manager, Oracle

    Oracle Application Express (APEX) is a low-code development platform that enables you to build stunning, scalable, secure apps with world-class features that can be deployed anywhere. In this lab learn how to convert a spreadsheet into a multiuser, web-based, responsive APEX application in minutes—no prior experience required. See how to rapidly prototype a data model and then create and deploy a feature-rich responsive application against this data model in minutes. Learn how you can use APEX to solve many of your business problems that are going unsolved today

     

    Hands-on Lab: Assess Your Database Security

    Russ Lowenthal, Product Manager, Oracle

    With the growing number of data breaches every day and the stringent regulatory landscape, safeguarding sensitive information has become critical. As part of Oracle’s defense in depth strategy, database assessments help identify areas of risk and recommends changes to mitigate configuration, operational, and technical risks. Attend this hands-on lab and learn how to easily identify your exposure to the top database security risks and how to remediate them. Discover how to analyze the risk findings identified within the security reports and prioritize them so that you are well on your path to securing your databases.

     

    12:45pm – 1:45pm

    Hands-on Lab: Using Python with Oracle Database

    Blaine Carter, Developer Advocate for Open Source, Oracle

    Get hands-on and learn the features of the Python cx_Oracle interface for Oracle Database. In this session learn efficient techniques for connection management, statement handling, and more. If you want to use Python and Oracle Database, this session is for you. Basic programming skills in any language are required.

     

    Hands-On Lab: Upgrading Oracle Database

    Mike Dietrich, Master Product Manager, Oracle

    Practical examples of upgrading Oracle Databases under the tutelage of Oracle's database upgrade team.

     

    2:00pm – 3:00pm

    A Hands-on Lab for the Modern DBA - Part 1

    Kris Bhanushali, Sr. Principal Product Manager, Oracle

    Database administration is no longer the same in the Cloud Era. In this hands-on lab you will learn the tools and tricks to succeed as a modern DBA. Learn to manage fleets of Oracle databases including automated provisioning and management. Understand the relevance of relational databases in a containers and microservices architecture.

     

    Hands-on Lab: Assess Your Database Security

    Russ Lowenthal, Product Manager, Oracle

    With the growing number of data breaches every day and the stringent regulatory landscape, safeguarding sensitive information has become critical. As part of Oracle’s defense in depth strategy, database assessments help identify areas of risk and recommends changes to mitigate configuration, operational, and technical risks. Attend this hands-on lab and learn how to easily identify your exposure to the top database security risks and how to remediate them. Discover how to analyze the risk findings identified within the security reports and prioritize them so that you are well on your path to securing your databases.

     

    3:15pm – 4:15pm

    A Hands-on Lab for the Modern DBA - Part 2

    Kris Bhanushali, Sr. Principal Product Manager, Oracle

    Database administration is no longer the same in the Cloud Era. In this hands-on lab you will learn the tools and tricks to succeed as a modern DBA. Learn to manage fleets of Oracle databases including automated provisioning and management. Understand the relevance of relational databases in a containers and microservices architecture.

     

    Hands-On Lab: Low-Code Development with Oracle Application Express (APEX)

    David Peake, Product Manager, Oracle

    Oracle Application Express (APEX) is a low-code development platform that enables you to build stunning, scalable, secure apps with world-class features that can be deployed anywhere. In this lab learn how to convert a spreadsheet into a multiuser, web-based, responsive APEX application in minutes—no prior experience required. See how to rapidly prototype a data model and then create and deploy a feature-rich responsive application against this data model in minutes. Learn how you can use APEX to solve many of your business problems that are going unsolved today

     

     

     

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