Get Ready For Brain OverLoad with Oracle Database 12.2/18c Features
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 | Session 13 , 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Charles Kim | Get Ready For Brain OverLoad with Oracle Database 12.2/18c Features
Presenter: Charles Kim
When: Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Session 13, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Room: Oceanic 1, Lobby/Third Level
Oracle Database 12, Release 2, 18c is packed with enhancements for DBAs and developers. Come listen to all the pertinent new features of Oracle 12.2 and 18c, which will change how you perform maintenance and tune the database. This session is not the traditional Oracle review of new database features. Be prepared to have your mind overloaded with the following focused areas:
Database Upgrade Options
Multi-Tenancy (PDB) Option
Oracle DBAs/developers can take immediate advantage of these new features. We will give the audience a rapid-fire list of all the new features.
Join us at our special event on Monday night of Kscope following Community Night.
Meet the Speaker:
Co-Founder and President, Viscosity
Charles Kim is an Oracle ACE Director, a VMware vExpert, an Oracle Certified DBA, a Certified Exadata Implementation Specialist, and a Certified RAC Expert. Charles specializes in RAC, Exadata, Cloud, complex data replication, and virtualization and is the co-author of nine books on Oracle Database. Charles holds certifications in Oracle, VMware, Red Hat Linux, and Microsoft, and has over 26 years of Oracle experience on mission- and business- critical databases.
Charles presents regularly at local, regional, national, and international Oracle conferences, including COLLABORATE, VMware World, and Oracle OpenWorld, on topics of RAC, ASM, Cloud, Linux best practices, Data Guard best practices, VMware best practices, Oracle on VMware virtualization, and 7×24 high-availability considerations.
Charles is the founder and president of Viscosity North America, a niche Oracle consulting company specializing in Exadata, RAC, virtualization, and Oracle Cloud. Charles is also the president of the Cloud SIG for the Independent Oracle User Group.
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