Årets DOUG-dag bliver 23. oktober 2013 og afholdes hos Oracle i Ballerup, Metalbuen 66, 2750 Ballerup. Du kan tilmelde dig på http://tinyurl.com/dougday2013. Tidsplan, talere og emner nedenfor.
|0900-0930||Registrering og morgenmad|
|1030-1730||Sessioner i tre spor med fokus på henholdsvis 12c, Fusion Middleware,
Applications, inklusive en times frokostpause.
Lars Bo Vanting
Lars Bo Vanting has been working as an Oracle DBA and consultant in Denmark, Germany and Switzerland since 1992. The past 10 years primary focus has been on Oracle’s database high-availability architecture (MAA) including RAC and Data Guard. And the past couple of years also including Oracle Appliances, in particular Oracle Database Appliance.
Oracle Database Appliance – A Real-World Implementation for Database Consolidation
The Oracle Database Appliance is useful for database consolidation and rapid deployment and provisioning. This presentation will go through a real-world implementation of ODA v1 at one of Blue Gecko’s customer sites. Both the considerations behind the choice of ODA as well as technical details about the setup will be covered.
Mike Dietrich, Oracle
Mike Dietrich has over twenty years experience in the information technology industry. Mr. Dietrich has spent the last seventeen years at Oracle Corporation where he has held senior and management roles in both the sales and support organizations. Currently, he is a Senior Principal Technologist n the Database Upgrade Development Group. Mike is responsible for evangelizing, influencing and demonstrating Oracle technology solutions related to database upgrades and migrations to Oracle customers and partners. Besides that he works consistently with customers in key reference projects both onsite and remotely. Mike Dietrich holds a graduate engineer degree of Georg-Simon-Ohm University of Appliend Sciences in Telecommunication Technologies and Computer Science. You’ll find more information on Mike’s blog: http://blogs.oracle.com/UPGRADE.
Different Ways to Upgrade, Migrate and Consolidate with Oracle Database 12c
The most widely anticipated feature of Oracle Database 12c is now available, and you may be wondering just how you can move your current databases to pluggable databases in a multitenant architecture. Whether you are just starting to explore the world of pluggable databases or are planning a production upgrade in the near future to Oracle Database 12c, this session by Oracle Database upgrade and migration experts gives you all the details: what methods are available; how they work; and which is the best for your particular upgrade, migration, or consolidation scenario.
This will include not only the pure database upgrade but it will cover also the new migration technology, Full Transportable Export/Import, combining the advantages of Transportable Tablespaces with Data Pump and RMAN incremental backups to reduce downtime during platform changes.
Tim Hall is an Oracle DBA/Developer and well known Oracle blogger at http://www.oracle-base.com. If that isn’t enough, he’s written two books and over 400 articles, is an Oracle ACE Director, OakTable member and has presented at numerous user groups and conferences worldwide, as well as a series of 2-day presentations as part of the “Oracle University Celebrity Series”
An Oracle DBA’s Guide to WebLogic Server
WebLogic Server is Oracle’s flagship Java application server and a pivotal piece of the infrastructure supporting many of their applications, including Fusion Apps and Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. This session introduces the basic concepts behind WebLogic Server and discusses the installation, configuration and management of systems to support both ADF and Oracle Forms/Reports applications. The presentation is aimed at those who are new to WebLogic Server, especially DBAs who are increasingly being expected to know about middle-tier administration.
A Cure for Virtual Insanity: A vendor-neutral introduction to virtualization without the hype
You’ve heard of virtualization and you know it’s at the heart of most enterprise cloud strategies, but then it all gets a little… “cloudy”. This presentation explains the concepts, products, pros and cons of virtualization without the smoke and mirrors and definitely no sales pitch.
Lonneke is a consultant and managing partner at Vennster. She is a certified BPMN professional who specializes in integration and SOA/BPM solutions. She has hands-on experience with process modelling, web services, service oriented architecture, and traditional J2EE applications on different platforms in a wide variety of industries. Besides acting as a solution architect and technical lead she advises companies that are setting up Service Oriented Architectures. Lonneke is an Oracle Ace Director and a Fusion User Experience Advocate and speaks regularly at conferences in Europe and the United States and publishes frequently on the internet and in magazines.
Overview of Oracle SOA Suite 11g
The Oracle SOA Suite consists of a number of components that you can use to create services and composite applications. These components all have specific use cases and can be mixed and matched in your application. In this presentation the following components are explained:
• BPEL to orchestrate services and model processes;
• Spring component to create java components;
• Mediator component as an ‘in application’ bus functionality, including sequencing;
• Business rule component for declarative business rules management
• Human task component for human workflow;
• Notification services to communicate;
• WebService manager for security and policies;
• MDS to store common artefacts.
These components are discussed individually, and compared with each other and alternative solutions like Oracle BPM, business rules in the database etc. Common use cases and best practices are discussed as well. After this session delegates have a thorough understanding of what Oracle SOA Suite offers and when to use what component.
James has been an Oracle user since 1990 and has been at the delivery end of many of the largest and most challenging Oracle implementations in the world. In 2000 he started his own consulting company, Scale Abilities, which is focused on ‘full stack’ problem solving, performance, and architecture including the database, operating systems and storage systems. The problem is normally with the application, though, so he does that stuff too. He is a co-founder of BAARF (www.baarf.com), The OakTable Network (www.oaktable.net) and the author of Scaling Oracle8i, which is now available for free download from www.scaleabilities.co.uk. He’s also co-author of Oracle Insights – Tales of the OakTable.
Sten Vesterli is a senior principal consultant and partner in Scott/Tiger A/S. He is an Oracle ACE Director, a Fusion UX Advocate for Oracle and sits on the Oracle Usability Advisory Board. He is the recipient of the ODTUG 2009 Best Speaker award and is a frequent speaker at Oracle conferences. He has written “Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development – Made Simple”, and just finished “Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials”. He is an Ironman triathlete and lives in Denmark. Follow Sten on his blog at http://www.vesterli.com or on twitter @stenvesterli
Worst Oracle Application Development Framework Project Ever
If it can go wrong, it will. This humorous presentation presents “horror stories” from various projects of misunderstandings, architectural blunders, coding errors and downright bad luck. With the knowledge from this presentation, you will never make the same mistakes and will have only successful Application Development Framework projects, on time and on budget.
Rasmus Knappe, Oracle
Jeg arbejder primært indenfor områderne database og engineered systems, herunder Exadata og SuperCluster og har før min tid i Oracle forsket i forespørgselsoptimering og søgemaskineteknologi. Jeg interesserer mig for de grundlæggende skalerbarhedsudfordringer som er forsøgt addreseret med Oracles Smart Scan og In-Memory teknologi. I tillæg hertil finder jeg Pluggable Databases meget interessant, både fra et management synspunkt, men også fra konsoliderings- og resurcestyringssynspunkt.
Hands-on 12c PDC – medbring din egen laptop
Vi starter med en kort introduktion til Pluggable Databases herefter fortsætter vi med en række praktiske øvelser, baseret på vejledning til en VirtualBox miljø med en 12c database som bliver udleveret på USB disk. I skal derfor medbringe jeres egen laptop. Øvelserne vil indeholde oprettelse og nedlæggelse af Pluggable databases, kloning af PDB’er, samt indsigt en række andre operationer og nye views.
Jørgen Christian Olsen & Gordon Flemming
Ypperstepræst Jørgen er en af de største autoriteter på Solaris, og han har været med lige siden DASK (Hvis nogen kan huske denne!). Seminaret er en kær-kommen lejlighed til at stille spørgsmål til denne legende indenfor dansk IT. Jørgen er oprindelig uddannet tømrer, ligesom sin bibelske kollega Jesus.
Kordegnen Gordon er konsulentens svar på svejtser kniven – alsidig og altid ved hånden. Gordons ekspertise område er det som ingen andre tør, vil, eller kan give sig i lag med. Med titlen CTO på visitkortet så har han ansvaret for at se igennem tågen af B&B (Bull Shit & Buzz Words) .
Private Cloud Andagt
Ypperstepræst Jørgen og kordegn Gordon kommer og forkynder det glade budskab om Private Cloud.
Private Cloud, er et af dette årtis hotte teknologier og det er ikke helt uden grund. Private Cloud muliggøre en effektiv virtualisering, konsolidering og administration, og giver en øjeblikkelig status over virksomhedens teknologi- stak. Private Cloud er skalérbare brug-og-smid-væk virtuelle maskiner I stride strømme, man ringer jo heller ikke til vandværket og bestiller 40 liter varmt vand bare fordi man vil i brusebad, vel?
Under andagten gennemgår vi SmartOS, som er et af de få produktions-modne alternativer til de etablerede spillere på markedet. SmartOS er et Open Source alternativ baseret på den pålidelige Solaris kerne. Vi fortæller om vores egne erfaringer med SmartOS. Vi laver blandt andet en live demonstration, af hvor enkelt det er at installere systemet, og derefter provisionere virtuelle maskiner.