July 28, 2020
Should I Implement GoldenGate Microservices - Bobby Curtis
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One of the latest innovations in Oracle's GoldenGate replication product is the option to move from the Classic or Integrated models to a new Microservices architecture. Should you jump on this new approach for your systems or should you stay with the tried and true for now? Are the additional complexities of the Microservices approach worth the level of effort? Our friend and colleague, Bobby Curtis, will be joining us again this month to discuss the Pros and Cons of each of these available architectures.
Bobby Curtis literally "wrote the book" on GoldenGate. Bobby is the former Director of Product Management for Oracle GoldenGate at Oracle, an Oracle ACE Alumni, and published author. During his year's at Oracle, Bobby developed and communicated the effectiveness that Oracle GoldenGate could bring to industry and cloud solutions for Oracle customers. Prior to joining Oracle, Bobby worked for various consulting firms specializing in creating, maintaining, tuning, and integrating enterprise databases solutions to help solve business problems. Most recently, Bobby has left Oracle to run his own consulting company, continuing his efforts to assist customers in their most difficult automation, cloud migration, and database challenges.
Bobby hosts a blog, http://dbasolved.com, which is respected as a source of information for solving complex issues related to Oracle technologies, especially Oracle GoldenGate. Along with his blog, Bobby is active on twitter under the handle, @DBASolved. During his down time, Bobby enjoys spending time with his family while traveling to watch his children compete in their respective sports. Outside of work, he is a geek either writing the next chapters of an upcoming book or looking for technical solutions to solve.
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