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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: Final day – Database as a service and replication fundamentals

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My final day at Oracle OpenWorld 2013, less sessions and less people but still a big day after almost one week in San Francisco. In this blog I’ll focus on the private cloud with databases as service and the fundamentals about replication. To conclude on Oracle OpenWorld, I would say that there are three big news – more on these at the end of this posting. On Thursday, there are less people in the sessions…

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Arnaud Berbier

Oracle Open World 2013 : Day two – Big data, Private cloud and Oracle Fusion Middleware

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This is my second day at San Francisco. I slept very well in the hotel Phoenix despite the sounds of police siren (a little bit noisy). The plan for my second day is as follows: Transforming Businesses with Big Data and Analytics Best Practices for a Private Cloud with Oracle Fusion Middleware Arrow ECS : Differentiation that Drives business Break Down Silos and Build a Customer-Centered Culture Accelerate Business Innovation with Oracle Fusion Middleware Oracle…

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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: Day 4 – In-Memory, the next big thing in Oracle 12c

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Let’s talk about the 4th day in San Francisco at Oracle OpenWorld 2013. Many conferences, hands on labs, keynotes and so on. Some sessions are in the biggest room with many people. Today, we will focus on the new In-Memory option. I have already posted about that feature, but today, I went to an In-Memory session to get a little more details on it – many pictures and less text (easier to gigest ;-). Larry…

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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: 3rd day – Hands on lab, Optimizer tips and Microsoft Cloudn

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Today, I’ll talk about the 3rd day at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 and I’ll be shorter than yesterday, too much text. Actually, it’s difficult to have good pictures during the conferences. So what’s the program in this blog: a “hands on lab” session about Linux management, a keynote from Microsoft and few tips about the optimizer. Too much text and not enough photos, I already told that the event is impressive: And it’s just one place!…

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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: 2nd day – VirtualBox, Oracle Linux and Big Data

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Another packed day in San Francisco, I had to visit 3 different places to assist sessions I have planned today. I have not enough time to write about everything, so what’s the program? A few words about the keynote on Big Data, some cool news concerning VirtualBox and also Linux management. Big Data Mark Hurd, President of Oracle, started the conference with a video on Oracle Team USA and asks the public to motivate the…

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Arnaud Berbier

Oracle Open World 2013 – Day 1: APEX printing tools (XSL-FO / PL/PDF) & Welcome Keynote

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To start the Oracle OpenWorld on this Sunday morning, the Swiss community organized a brunch. Thanks for inviting me! It was an interesting networking place in a very good hotel on the 25th floor. As I could not wait and wanted to see my first session, I rapidly went to the Moscone center to follow the awaited sessions. Below is my first day sessions’ plan: OAUG, Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance SIG Meeting (GRC SIG)…

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Nicolas Jardot

Oracle Open World 2013: First day – In-Memory, Perl for DBAs, and RDBMS Forensics

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Oracle Open World 2013 just started this Sunday morning, 22 October. I’m very happy to be part of such an event this year as an attendee and as a speaker. It’s a very impressive event with lots of people (60.000) until the 26th. In the following days, I’ll keep you informed of the most interesting things I’ll see. Let’s talk about the first day! Even for the first day and for a Sunday, it was…

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Jérôme Witt

OOW Day 4: Dive in, Rock out – Oracle Party & Tomy Kyte’s 12 things on Oracle 12c

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Well, this last day really was funny! We met some old friends (they will recognize themselves) and also Oracle guru Jonathan Lewis. We must confess Larry Ellison really has good friends. His America’s cup boat is really amazing (see picture below) as was last night’s party. Today, we were really tired and the speakers too. Most of today’s content was a review of what Pierre and I reported during the week. It fits exactly Tom…

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Jérôme Witt

OOW Day 3: Oracle database 12c features review

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Today, we had the opportunity to follow several sessions concerning the upcoming Oracle Database 12c release. Like Apple, Oracle keeps the secret over Oracle Database 12c, but tends to deviate from the Silicon Valley secret culture. However, we can relay all that we heard to you Over the past 10 years, Oracle has worked on plenty of state of the art topics like compression, in-memory operations, scalability, and this is still true for Oracle Database…

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Pierre Sicot

OOW Day 3: Playing with Oracle 12c – new features pluggable & multitenant database

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For the third day at the OOW, we had the opportunity to “play” with the beta 2 of the upcoming Oracle database release “Oracle Database 12c”. This was a Hands-on-Lab session with about 60 participants with at each seat place an Oracle VM guest running on Oracle Linux 5. The goal of this session was to demonstrate the new database feature pluggable database announced by Larry as a multitenant database. Let’s start with some generalities…

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