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Register for Oracle Tech Day in the Woodlands, TX

Data Exploration with Oracle 12.2/18c/Autonomous Data Warehouse

February 8, 2018  |  12:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Come join Oracle ACE Director, Charles Kim, and industry leading, international presenter on Oracle APEX, Jerry Ward, as they speak about their favorite new features on Oracle Database 12c Release 2 (12cR2), 18c, and APEX.

Oracle professionals fret about their future and the state of direction for the industry. Learn how you can prepare to evolve and adapt to the Changing Role of the DBA with Oracle 12cR2 and 18c as we discuss pertinent new features to help innovate at a time when companies must change to survive. Through this half-day, interactive deep-dive, you will learn upgrade approaches, methods, and best practices for a successful upgrade to Oracle 12cR2 as 11gR2 is going off of error-correction support in 2018.

For developers, come discover how APEX can be used to modernize Oracle Forms and Reports, provide functionality and reporting capabilities for PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, and JD Edwards. See a demo of the most significant innovation of the past decade; Faceted Navigation built with Oracle Application Express and FOEX.

Join Viscosity’s upcoming Oracle Tech Day Houston event.  Not in the area you want? Request another area of town (or the country!) and we’ll see where demand will take us next!  Email hello@viscosityna.com to suggest another location.

Register now to reserve your seat.

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Meet the Speakers

Charles Kim

Charles Kim

Co-Founder, President, Viscosity North America

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 30 years of experience on mission- and business- critical databases.  Charles is also the president of the Cloud SIG for the Independent Oracle User Group.

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.

Jerry Ward

Jerry Ward

Chief Operating Officer, Viscosity North America

Jerry Ward is a co-founder of Viscosity North America. Jerry has served as a consulting Architect for the VHA, Kellogg Brown and Root, Invesco, Fidelity National Financial, Dresser Rand, Ericsson, Nortel Networks, and the Human Genome Sequencing Center (BCM). Jerry has worked with Oracle technology since 1991, including Oracle database version 6+ and Oracle Applications version 9+.

He has been featured in the Houston Chronicle, Venice Magazine, 002 Houston, KXAN Austin, Tyler Morning News, Gulfscapes Magazine, and other business publications.

Agenda

12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
Registration

1:00 PM – 1:50 PM
Oracle 12.2 and 18c + The Autonomous Database, presented by Charles Kim

1:50 PM – 2:00 PM
Break

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Low Code Apps built with Application Express to Rapidly Reduce your IT Backlog, presented by Jerry Ward

3:00 PM – 3:15 PM
Break

3:15 PM – 4:15 PM
DBA 3.0, expert panel with Charles Kim and Jerry Ward

Following Tech Day, join Viscosity for happy hour at Baker Street Pub from 4:30-6:00.

Session Descriptions

Immediate ROI by upgrading to Oracle12c + the Autonomous Data Warehouse

Charles Kim, Viscosity North America, President

 

This session will look at Oracle’s Future direction for Oracle 18c, the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud, and specifically focus on Oracle Database 12c R1 & R2 features:

  • Using Memory Target and the Buffer Cache
  • Multiple indexes on the same Column & Fetch First x Rows
  • In-Memory Virtual Columns
  • Adaptive Execution Plans & Patch to fix issues
  • Runaway query Management
  • Online Move Partition and R2 Online Features for Partitions
  • Partial Indexes for Partitioned Table
  • Pluggable Databases (Includes Flashback PDB)
  • Approximate Query new 12c R1 & R2 Features
  • Quick In-Memory Tips with R1 & R2 New Features like In-Memory Joins
  • Security Enhancements
  • 18c New Features to look forward to and the future ahead

Low Code Apps built with Application Express to Rapidly Reduce your IT Backlog

Jerry Ward, Viscosity North America, Chief Operating Officer and Solutions Architect

Today, there are several tools available that assist in building complex web applications. Oracle Application Express (APEX) is a no additional cost, fully supported option for all Oracle Database editions, and starting with 11g is installed by default as part of the core database install. Come discover how APEX can be used to modernize Oracle Forms and Reports, provide functionality and reporting capabilities for PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, and JD Edwards. See a demo of the most significant innovation of the past decade, Faceted Navigation built with Oracle Application Express and FOEX.

DBA 3.0
DBA 2.0 is Dead. How do we embrace DBA 3.0 with the Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud? Oracle 18c?
Oracle Autonomous DW Cloud is the talk of the year. With databases becoming self-healing, self-patching, self-tuning, and self-securing, Oracle professionals fret about their future and the state of direction for the industry. Learn how you can prepare to evolve and adapt to the Changing Role of the DBA with Charles Kim and the components that make up the Autonomous Database.

The WorkLodge, https://theworklodge.com
25700 I-45 North, #400
The Woodlands, TX 77386

Viscosity Tech Day Houston
Thursday, February 8, 2018
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

On-site Contact: kelsie.brunson@viscosityna.com

The Work Lodge

The Work Lodge
25700 I-45 North, Suite 400
The Woodlands, TX 77386

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