OOW16: Migrate to 12c Faster, and Leverage PDB 2.0

OOW2015_LogoI’m honored to be asked to present at IOUG’s “SunDay of Training” at Oracle OpenWorld 2016. This marks my fourth consecutive year participating in this event, and I’m going to make sure this year’s presentation is an excellent one. I’ll be reprising one of my best-attended presentations from COLLABORATE16, Migrating and Upgrading to Oracle Database 12c Quickly with Near-Zero Downtime (UGF6541). It’s currently scheduled for 08:00 AM on Sunday, September 18th, so bring your coffee and come along for an exciting early-morning ride!

A little later in the week, I’ll be joining a veritable cornucopia of of Oracle ACEs and ACE Directors – my esteemed colleagues Kai Yu, Andy Colvin, Deiby Gomez, and Anuj Mohan – for a deeper dive into the latest features of Pluggable Databases (PDBs) in the upcoming release of Oracle Database 12c. Our topic, Leveraging Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Multitenant Features (CON3075), will focus on how to clone PDBs faster than ever, limit PDBs to specific SGA and PGA targets, apply resource and I/O limits to PDBs, leverage new ADO and Heat Map features, and much, much more. This session is currently scheduled for Thursday, September 22nd at 12:00 PM noon – a bit later in the week, but a great way to close off your learning at OOW16.

So be sure to check out the session catalog for these presentations, as you are guaranteed to come away with a plethora of new ideas on how best to leverage Oracle 12cR2 features for your databases, your community, and your career. I’m looking forward to seeing you all there!


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