It’s long overdue, but I’m finally returning to Denver to share my knowledge with the folks at RMOUG on November 1. I’m sure that I’ll still be pumped up from Oracle OpenWorld 2017, so please be sure to register for this event – I hope to see you there!
Here’s what I’ll be talking about:
DBA 2.0 Is Dead. Long Live DBA 3.0!
Cloud. DevOps. Agile. Offshoring. 12cR2. Autonomousness. So much to worry about if you’re an Oracle DBA who hasn’t made the transition from DBA 2.0 to DBA 3.0! Let me help you make the transition with a brief presentation – no code samples, just my viewpoints! – about the the future history of the DBA role in the USA.
Stop Guessing, Start Analyzing: New Analytic View Features in Oracle Database 12cR2
If you’re either an Oracle DBA or an applications developer who works with data warehouses, you already know that answering complex business questions often require building extremely complex, n-dimensional queries against fact tables and dimensions stored within Oracle databases. Often, the toughest aspects of any business intelligence endeavors involve establishing accurate business rules about the relationships between data. What if there was an easier way? Fortunately, Oracle 12cR2 offers a brand-new answer: Analytic Views, an entirely new set of database objects aimed at making short work of these analytical tasks. If you attend this session, be prepared to leave with practical examples of how to leverage these powerful new features.