Public appearances first half of 2014
Posted by Martin Bach on February 11, 2014
I had the great fortune to have had many of my abstract accepted for upcoming conferences and other public appearances, the first ones for this year are these:
The first conference I’ll be attending is in Dublin, for OUG Ireland 2014 on March 11.I’m going to help out with RAC Attack and also present about Technologies for Developing Highly Available Applications in RAC 12c at 14:50 for about 45 minutes. What can you expect? Here is the official abstract, I am looking forward to the presentation and the live demos.
Oracle offers a wealth of technologies to make your application more resilient to instance failure. This talk presents an overview of what is commonly considered in application development based on the Java programming language. You will learn about these technologies from a DBA’s point of view. Options will include TAF as a baseline followed by FCF and finally Application Continuity (incl. demos)
At Enkitec we regularly organise Exadata workshops for those who are either interested in the technology or using it already but want to get more out of it. These workshops are scheduled quarterly, and I have already held two of these in London. The next one for Europe will take place on March 27 (Thursday), again in Oracle’s London City Office. If you are interested in the Exadata platform the workshop is an opportunity to discuss your deployment with other users or just to bounce ideas off other people then by all means come along (it’s free of charge)! The official link to this workshop is here:
I have updated the material to include the latest Oracle 12c cell software features as well as support for the new RDBMS architecture-Container Databases-and will update delegates on how this works and also how Exadata supports Oracle’s consolidation platform. There are many cool new features in 12c worth exploring and knowing about.
OUGN Spring Seminar
|Next up is the Norwegian User Group’s Spring Meeting on April 3-4 where I have managed to secure two slots:
The agenda is online and can be found here: http://ougnvarseminar2014.sched.org/
There are far too many great speakers to just link to my talks, feel free to browse (and register :)
For me the meeting starts on Wednesday 2nd when I’m flying to Oslo. This is without a shadow of a doubt a very good conference, and I can only recommend it-exactly like the others on this page. It is very well organised and definitely worth going. There are very few other conferences where you can mingle with the presenters and chat about all sorts of things in the same way as there. I have attended twice already and enjoyed it every time.
Enkitec’s Extreme Exadata Expo is one of the conferences with the highest technical content I can imagine. I attended last year and was really impressed by the speakers and the content. The impact on “Big Data” is clearly visible in the agenda and like last year you can find Exadata and “Big Data” talks.
|I am quite chuffed I made it on the agenda of the event! I’m going to present “Think Exa” together with my colleague Frits Hoogland.
In this presentation we are going to talk about setting your mindset on Exadata to overcome pre-ASM and pre-RAC habits. Unlearning some things we have been taught (or doing) for many years take its time, and we are hoping to give the audience an overview of what can be achieved with the platform.
At the same time that I am happy that I secured a speaker’s slot I am even more excited to attend the conference. Looking at the list of speakers who already confirmed their attendance it is going to be a blast. I am looking forward to seeing my colleagues from the United States but also to catch up with new and old friends.
Looking forward to seeing you at one of these events!