There are several new features introduced in the latest release of Oracle database -12c. Among them, the most revolutionary is the introduction of the concept of Multi-Tenant architecture within the database. This presentation is going to introduce the attendees with this newest feature of the Oracle database, it's architecture along with live demo's showing them how to create pluggable databases, how to administer them and several ways of cloning the pluggable databases.
Aman Sharma is an Oracle Database consultant and instructor. He holds a Master's degree in Computer Applications and has been working with Oracle Database for over a decade. His main focus is to understand how Oracle Database works internally. Besides the core database, he has a very strong knowledge of Linux, Solaris, Oracle RAC, Data Guard, RMAN, Oracle Exadata and Oracle Enterprise Manager. He is an Oracle Certified Professional and also an Oracle Certified Expert in Oracle RAC, SQL and Linux. He is also an Oracle Certified Implementation Specialist and a certified Solaris System Administrator. In 2010, he was awarded the prestigious Oracle ACE award from Oracle Corporation. He loves to share his learning with the Oracle community, so when he is not delivering an Oracle related session, he spends a lot of his time participating in OTN (Oracle Technology Network) discussion community spaces. He also shares his research and findings over his Oracle blog (http://blog.aristadba.com). He has co-authored two books-Oracle Backup and Recovery: Expert secrets for using RMAN and Data Pump-Rampant TechPress(USA) and Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery Survival Guide-Packt Publishing(UK). He is an avid supporter of Oracle user groups and is a member of All India Oracle Users Group (http://www.aioug.org). He also manages the AIOUG's North India Chapter. He has presented at various Oracle conferences organized by AIOUG i.e. Sangam, OTNYathra and Tech Days. He is also an associate member of IOUG (http://www.ioug.org).