January 28, 2014
DaaS & FlexASM 12c - Charles Kim & Nitin Vengurlekar
The co-founders of Viscosity NA will join us this month to start our year off with a double-header, two presentations in one meeting. Long-time friend of SOUG and Oracle Ace Director, Charles Kim, will start us off with his spin on Database as a Service. This is not your typical DaaS speech we've all heard before from Oracle. Charles calls it "Zero to Complete DBaaS in 1 Hour". Learn the secrets of the trade to provisioning database-as-a-service. This detailed technical session will teach advanced techniques for enterprise RAC and non-RAC database deployments. Save days and even weeks of deploy time by attending this session. There is no reason why you should not be able to deploy a fully patched RAC environment from bare metal Linux and create a RAC database in less than one hour. Anyone deploying RAC or even non-RAC will learn the secret sauce and knowledge of how to properly deploy mission critical systems that is repeatable and consistent. Learn to deploy a fully patched (126.96.36.199 with PSU 8 or 12.1 with PSU x) two node RAC in less than one hour. Learn how to automate database builds and to leverage golden image databases. We can't forget about rapid deployment of Oracle 12c Pluggable Databases. Learn how to deploy pluggable databases (PDB) and to migrate PDBs and significantly increase your database consolidation density. The details of adding nodes to an existing clusters and removing nodes from the cluster will also be disseminated.
Nitin will step in for the second session of the evening to discuss ASM. When Automatic Storage Management (ASM) was introduced in 10gR1, it was simply marketed as the volume manager for the Oracle database. With significant changes for 12c, ASM has now grown into a core component of not only the Oracle Clusterware stack, but also engineered systems such as Exadata and ODA. This session will cover some of key management and high availability features introduced in 12c ASM. Attendees will get a great glimpse of these advancements, the history behind the new features, and why these features are a necessary part of the future of ASM. Key topics/areas to be covered:
- A. History of ASM
- 1. 10g and 10gR2
- 2. 11g and 11gR2
- 3. 12c
- B. 12c ASM -Manageability features
- 1. Understand the existing problems
- 2. What problems were solved
- C. 12c ASM - High availability features
- 1. Purpose
- 2. Benefits
Charles Kim is the co-founder/President of Viscosity North America and an Oracle ACE Director, VMware vExpert, an Oracle Certified DBA, and a Certified RAC Expert. Charles specializes in Exadata, RAC, and Virtualization (VMware and Oracle VM) and authored three books: Oracle Database 11g New Features for DBA and Developers, Linux Recipes for Oracle DBAs and Oracle Data Guard 11g Handbook. Charles is the current Vice President and Vendor Liaison of the Cloud Computing SIG for the IOUG. Charles holds certifications in Oracle, VMware, Red Hat Linux, and Microsoft and has over 22 years of Oracle experience on mission and business critical databases.
Nitin Vengurlekar is the co-founder/CTO of Viscosity North America and a recognized expert in virtualization, Oracle Engineered Systems, Private Database Cloud, and RAC implementations. Prior to joining Viscosity, Nitin worked for Oracle for more than seventeen years, mostly in the Real Application Cluster (RAC) engineering group, with main emphasis on ASM and storage, and was a Database Cloud Architect/Evangelist in Oracle┐s Cloud Strategy Group. Nitin is a well-known Oracle technologist and speaker in the areas of Oracle Storage, high availability, Oracle RAC, and private database cloud. He is the author of Database Cloud Storage, Oracle Automatic Storage Management and the Data Guard Handbook, and has written many papers on storage, database internals, database tuning, and served as a contributor to Oracle d
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