@IOUG (07/27) Attend4FREE! Everything to know about Virtualization for Oracle DBAs

 

Attend4FREE! Expert Webinar Series @IOUG Virtualization Group

 

 Join the IOUG Virtualization Group on LinkedIn and attend an Expert Webinar Series on Oracle-centric Virtualization!


Join some of the world's most respected & renowned experts as they talk about Oracle-Centric Virtualization in a series of 3 experts webinars at IOUG, the premier provider of expert independent content related to Oracle:

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Webinar 1 - Jul 27, 2011 - 1pm - 2pm EDT (UTC-4)

Everything to know about Virtualization for Oracle DBAs

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Webinar 1 - Speakers:

Oracle ACE Tariq Farooq is an Oracle Technologist/Architect and has been working with various Oracle Technologies for 17+ years. He is the founder of BrainSurface, a Social Networking & IT Collaboration site for the Oracle, Java & MySQL domains. Tariq is a Oracle RAC Certified Expert and also an active community organizer, speaker, author, forumizer and blogger. He has played multiple high-profile roles in Project Management, Maximum Availability Architure/High Availability Solutions, Virtualization, Real Application Clusters, Database Disaster Recovery/Automatic Failover Strategies, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Performance Tuning, Systems & Application/Infrastructure Analysis & Large-Scale Application/Product Development. He is the author of 100+ articles and is in the process of writing multiple books on Oracle RAC and Oracle VM.

Oracle ACE Mike Ault has been working with Oracle products since 1990. He has published over 24 books as an author or co-author related to Oracle since 1994. Mike is a frequent, highly rated presenter at local, Regional, National and International Oracle conferences and has worked extensively with Oracle technologies since Version 6. Mike has published numerous magazine article and white papers dealing with Oracle database installation, performance and management topics. Mike has worked in the aerospace, drug, communications and consulting fields dealing with Oracle issues. Mike currently works for Texas Memory Systems, Inc. as their Oracle Guru. 

IOUG Virtualization Group - Expert Webinar Series

Webinar 1 - Date: July 27, 2011: 1pm - 2pm EDT (UTC-4)
Topic: 360 Degrees: Everything to know about Virtualization for Oracle DBAs
Speakers: Tariq Farooq & Mike Ault
Session Abstract:
The speakers will present, detail & elaborate Comprehensive Concepts Overview, Insight, Recommendations, Best Practices, Current Strategies, Pros & Cons, Relevance/Role in Cloud Computing, Prevalent/Dominant Paradigms & Technologies and, a whole lot more about Virtualization as, it relates to Oracle DBAs.


Webinar 2 - Date: August 2011 (Exact Date/Time to be announced soon)
Topic: Virtualizing Oracle Database Servers on VMware
Speakers: George Trujillo and Bert Scalzo, PhD.
Session Abstract:
The default platform for Oracle database servers is rapidly moving towards virtual machines. This is why virtualizing Oracle Databases on VMware is one of the largest growth areas in the IT industry. This presentation will show attendees the various virtualization alternative technologies and how virtualization works under the covers. The quality of service of database management improves significantly by running Database Servers in a VM.  Features such as vMotion, Storage vMotion, DRS /HA clusters and SRM  will completely change how DBAs manage their database environments.  Best practices of virtualizing single instance and RAC instances will be covered.


Webinar 3 - Date: September 2011 (Exact Date/Time to be announced soon)
Topic: Virtualized Oracle 11g/R2 RAC Database on Oracle VM: Methods/Tips
Speakers: Kai Yu & Oracle Virtualization Product Team
Session Abstract:
Virtualization technology provides the solution to enable the server partition and consolidation for improving the resource utilization and archiving the great flexibility and high availability. By combining with RAC technology, it provides the grid ready architecture to consolidate the data center infrastructure. This presenter covers the configuration of such an infrastructure based on Oracle VM and Oracle 11g R2 RAC. You will learn the  basic Oracle VM architecture and the tips and tricks of network and shared storage configuration on the multiple layers of virtual infrastructure to support 11g R2 RAC database deployment. The presentation will also discuss the various methods to provision 11g R2 RAC database on Oracle VM.


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