What’s New in Oracle 18c & 19c – Webinar
April 18, 2019 1:00PM CST / 2:00PM EST
Oracle Database 18c was released in Oracle Cloud in February 2018, and then Oracle made the software available to on-premise customers in July 2018. Oracle Database 18c packs ton of new features for enterprise customers, and Oracle continues to deliver new functionality that’s only available to their flagship product. Come see what makes Oracle Database 18c the leader in the magic quadrant. Learn why you should consider upgrading directly to Oracle Database 18c.
This presentation will look at which 18c new features should be investigated for use. Most of the features that will be covered will be related to the DBA, but there will also be a few outside that realm that focus on the developer.
Overview of new features include:
- Multitenant Maturity
- Partitioning Enhancements
- Data Guard Improvements
- PDB Snapshot Carousel
- EXTERNAL Table Improvements, including Database In-Memory and Partitioning
In addition, Viscosity is actively involved in the Beta program for Oracle Database 19c, so we’ll highlight several new features coming soon.
You will also learn how to modernize legacy technology infrastructure and help reduce total IT operating expenditures with the Oracle Database Appliance.
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Meet the Speaker:
Senior Enterprise Data Architect
Jim is an Oracle ACE Director with almost four decades of experience in information technology, serving diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies – mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager – before becoming an Oracle DBA in 2001. He holds Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification for Oracle Database releases 9i, 10g, 11g, and 12c. Jim has co-authored three books on diverse Oracle Database topics. His most recent book, PDB ME to Oracle Cloud, takes a close look at exactly what every Oracle DBA needs to know as she delves into the complexity and flexibility that Oracle Multitenant features offer in Oracle Database 12cR2 and beyond. Jim continues to write a steady stream of articles that focus on the myriad facets of Oracle database administration, with +100 articles to his credit since 2003 at databasejournal.com and IOUG SELECT. Jim’s blog, Generally … It Depends, contains his regular observations on all things Oracle.
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