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AIOUG::TechWeb Schedule…

 

Date

Time (IST)

Topic

Speaker

Type

16-MAR-2011

5:00 PM

Migration Scenarios for Oracle E-Business Suite

PS Janakiram

Free Event

20-APR-2011

9:00 AM

Oracle Scheduler and the Database Resource Manager

Bala Kumar

Free Event

11-MAY-2011

5:00 PM

Oracle Application(EBS) Upgrade Best Practices

Mithun Ashok

Free Event

22-JUN-2011

5:00 PM

Oracle DBA in Cloud

Abhinivesh Jain

Free Event

18-OCT-2011

9:00 AM

Methodical Performance Troubleshooting

Arup Nanda

Free Event

24-NOV-2011

5:00 PM

Oracle Exadata – A Real Life Example

Vinod Haval

Free Event

9th & 10th December

 

Sangam11

 

Conference

25-JAN-2012

9:00 AM

Manage Referential Integrity Before It Manages you

Michael Abbey

Free Event

22-FEB-2012

9:00 AM

RMAN Setup Best Practices

Michael Abbey

Free Event

24-FEB-2012

5:30 PM

Methodical Performance Troubleshooting - Part II

Arup Nanda

Free Event

16th & 17th March

 

FORTUNE 12 Mumbai Educational Series

 

Free Event

21-APR-2012

09:00 AM

Oracle Technology Day - Chennai

Free Event

 

 

Note:

AIOUG is soliciting your help to organize the face to face meetings (‘Tech Day/ Tech Night’) at Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune and Calcutta. In order for us to come to a city near you, we need your help in identifying a conference center that can hold a minimum of 150 attendees, the facility management of the conference center should allow outside people to visit the location. Since these events are free these centers should be available free of charge to AIOUG. If your company has a large enough conference room with this capacity. We request you to approach the facilities management asking permission to use the same. This is for sessions marked marked @ TBD

 

 

Migration Scenarios for Oracle E-Business Suite

 

Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) is a complex application with many different permutations for this family of products. EBS deployments generally require a unique plan for each environment in order to properly migrate the data, application customizations, and product specific functionality to the target platform. I am going to talk about following migration approaches in details. Tru64/AlphaServer(EBS 11i) to HP-UX/Integrity(EBS R12) HP-UX/PA-RISC(EBS 11i) to HP-UX/Integrity(EBS R12) SUN Solaris/SPARC(EBS 11i) to HP-UX/Integrity and Linux/ProLiant(EBS 11i) – Split Configuration.


PS Janakiram has more than Seven years of experience in Oracle technologies as an Oracle DBA and an Oracle Apps DBA. He is an Oracle Certified Database Administrator. He started his career with AP Transco, Tata Consultancy Services(TCS) and currently working with Hewlett-Packard (hp) as a Senior Offering Lead - Oracle in Enterprise Applications Portfolio. He serves All India Oracle User Group (AIOUG) board as a Director – Finance and Secretary.

 

Oracle Scheduler and the Database Resource Manager

 

Oracle 10g includes a comprehensive scheduler (DBMS_SCHEDULER) to replace and extend the functionality provided by the DBMS_JOB package. Jobs form the core of the functionality, but there are several other components available. Job classes, windows and window groups provide a link between the scheduler and the resource manager. This session will talk about these components functionalities and benefits


Bala Kumar, is a Senior Oracle DBA at Bank Of America with 6 years experience in database administration. He serves All India Oracle User Group (AIOUG) board as a Director – Special Projects, As a representative on the Oracle's Support Customer Advisor Council, he provides feedback and recommendations to Oracle regarding Oracle My Support and practices. He worked with Yahoo! Inc,Oracle Corporation and IBM in his earlier assignments before joining Bank Of America.

 

Oracle DBA in Cloud

 

Cloud computing is a buzzword and DBAs want to use cloud computing to save ever growing database cost. Most of the DBAs find difficulty in mapping cloud computing concepts to their day to day DBA operations. This session will give a brief overview of cloud computing significance from DBA’s perspective covering the need of having databases in cloud, current database availability in cloud, impact of cloud computing to the DBA world and current limitations. To showcase actual mapping of cloud computing concepts to the DBA world, I will walk you through the steps that are required to run Oracle on public cloud (Amazon EC2). This session will also cover Amazon terminologies related to Oracle on cloud, setup prerequisites, configuration steps with screenshots and best practices for setting up Oracle in Cloud. I am sure after going thru this session, DBAs will be able to quickly setup Oracle database in public cloud.


Abhinivesh Jain, is working as a DBA Solutions Lead in Infosys Technologies Ltd. and has more than 10 years of experience working with Oracle Database and tools. He did M.C.A. from School of Computer Science, DAVV-Indore. He is an Oracle Certified Professional DBA (OCP) in Oracle 9i and 10g and is member of various Oracle user groups including IOUG, AIOUG and GOUSER. He has expertise around using APEX for building DB specific tools, Solution designing, Performance tuning and Cloud computing.

 

Methodical Performance Troubleshooting

 

There is a huge performance problems reported by an application. How do you start troubleshooting? In this session the speaker will introduce a simple methodology complete with scripts and tools that helps in troubleshooting most common performance issues. Attendees will learn how to check for basic wait event, understand common waits, learn how to address them, learn how to take and read tracefiles, etc.


Arup Nanda, the Lead DBA at Starwood Hotels has been an Oracle DBA for 14 years, spanning all aspects of the DBA tasks from modeling to performance tuning to backup/recovery, disaster recovery and security. He frequently presents at Oracle related conferences, writes regularly for publications like OTN and has co-authored four books on Oracle. He was the recipient of the coveted "DBA of the Year" award from Oracle in 2003. He has provided training sessions under Oracle University's Celebrity Seminar series in 13 countries.

 

Oracle Exadata – A Real Life Example

 

This session provides an overview of Oracle Exadata and walks through a real-life deployment. It also discusses lessons learned in migrating a critical application to Oracle Exadata.


Vinod Haval, is responsible for the entire lifecycle management of Oracle database products, and advises all the Oracle DBAs, architects, and developers across Bank of America. His 13 year career has focused on database-related infrastructure technologies including: database design, administration, maximum availability architectures, data warehousing, database migrations, performance tuning, and business intelligence. Prior to coming to the United States in 2000, he grew up near India’s Silicon Valley and earned a BS in Engineering (Electronics and Communication). He especially enjoys Cricket, the gentlemen’s game! Vinod is a frequent speaker at industry conferences including OOW, IOUG Collaborate, and many regional conferences. He is the recipient of “Oracle Magazine’s DBA of the year 2010”, Oracle Innovation Awards in 2009, runner up for Oracle’s Marvin CTO contest, and is an Oracle ACE. He is one the Board of Directors on the IOUG Exadata Special Interest Group, and is a council member on Search Oracle.com and Virta Thon. He is a firm believer of “Business drives IT and IT doesn’t drive Business” and always looking for innovative solutions how one can apply new IT features to enable business in this competitive world

 

Methodical Performance Troubleshooting - Part II

 

In part 1 you learned how to address a perofrmance problem in Oracle with a methodical approach. In this session we will expand the methodology to continue from where we left off to cover more grounds and resolve more issues. After attending this session, you will understand: (i) how to find out which specific session is consuming resources like CPU, I/O, undo and redo, etc. (ii) how to find which events the sessions have been subjected to in the last few minutes and in the past (iii) how to interpret active session history data (iv) how to find blocking sessions, also in a RAC environments (v) how to make sure the blocking sessions are reduced (vi) how to get a library cache dump and identify library cache lock and latch contentions All will be explained with live demos in a database.


Arup Nanda, the Lead DBA at Starwood Hotels has been an Oracle DBA for 14 years, spanning all aspects of the DBA tasks from modeling to performance tuning to backup/recovery, disaster recovery and security. He frequently presents at Oracle related conferences, writes regularly for publications like OTN and has co-authored four books on Oracle. He was the recipient of the coveted "DBA of the Year" award from Oracle in 2003. He has provided training sessions under Oracle University's Celebrity Seminar series in 13 countries.

 

Manage Referential Intergrity Before It Manages You

 

About the ClassReferntial intergity (RI) is a double-edged sword. On one hand it protects precious data against fatal activities that could compromise the integrity of your database. On the other hand, it can be a nuisance when DBAs need to wade through errors thrown by applications that are RI-related. It is wise to find one's way around where Oracle stores RI in its data dictionary. This webcast will look at navigating through the data dictionary and offer some advice that will keep your database users happy and your DBAs in bed all night.


Michael Abbey is an Oracle DBA and team lead with Pythian, an Ottawa Canada based organization providing remote Oracle, Oracle Applications, MySQL, SQL Server and SysAmin tasks. Pythian was awarded a North American Titan Award for excellence in Exadata system deployment coinciding with Oracle Open World 2011. Pythian boasts 6 Oracle Aces and an Ace Director on staff and is fluent with the complete spectrum of emerging technology solutions Michael is a frequent presenter and keynote at many user group forums throughout the northern hemisphere. His forté is overall management of the Oracle database server including many of the company's HA offerings. Michael is a successful author of 17 books in the Oracle Press series dating back to 1994.

 

RMAN Setup Best Practices

 

When setting up rman, there is a standard set of best practices that will make your life so much easier down the road. All the way from trapping the precious DBID for all databases, there is a plethora of options one must implement from day one. Upon initial inspection, rman seems cryptic and many features too "new" to even consider implementing. This webcast will present the top 10 setup items and offer rationale for the importance of each.


Michael Abbey is an Oracle DBA and team lead with Pythian, an Ottawa Canada based organization providing remote Oracle, Oracle Applications, MySQL, SQL Server and SysAmin tasks. Pythian was awarded a North American Titan Award for excellence in Exadata system deployment coinciding with Oracle Open World 2011. Pythian boasts 6 Oracle Aces and an Ace Director on staff and is fluent with the complete spectrum of emerging technology solutions Michael is a frequent presenter and keynote at many user group forums throughout the northern hemisphere. His forté is overall management of the Oracle database server including many of the company's HA offerings. Michael is a successful author of 17 books in the Oracle Press series dating back to 1994.