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Oracle OpenWorld 2016 – Bloggers Meetup

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Oracle OpenWorld Bloggers MeetupDON’T PANIC. Yes, we are doing the OOW Bloggers Meetup this year. Yes, it’s the same time. Yes, it’s the same location. Yes, it’s more fun every year.

What: Oracle Bloggers Meetup 2016.

When: Wed, 21-Sep-2016, 5:30pm.

Why You Should Consider Moving Your Enterprise Applications to the Oracle Cloud

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style="font-weight: 400;">If you’ve decided to migrate your Oracle enterprise applications to the public cloud, it’s a good idea to consider Oracle Cloud alongside alternatives such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.

style="font-weight: 400;">Oracle has made big strides in the cloud lately with platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings for its middleware and database software, culminating in the release of its first infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering in late 2015.

style="font-weight: 400;">Oracle has a clear advantage over the competition when it comes to running its own applications in the cloud: it has full control over product licensing and can optimize its cloud platform for lift-and-shift migrations. This gives you a low-risk strategy for modernizing your IT portfolio.

 

What to expect from Oracle Cloud IaaS

What Are Your Options For Migrating Enterprise Applications to the Cloud?

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style="font-weight: 400;">Migrating your enterprise applications from on-premises infrastructure to the public cloud is attractive for a number of reasons. It eliminates the costs and complexities of provisioning hardware and managing servers, storage devices, and network infrastructure; it gives you more compute capacity per dollar without upfront capital investment; and you gain opportunities for innovation through easier access to new technologies, such as advanced analytical capabilities.

style="font-weight: 400;">So how do you get there?

The 2nd Annual PASS Summit Bloggers Meetup (2015)

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I’m excited to announce the second annual PASS Summit Bloggers Meetup! We began this last year and it was cool but this year will be even cooler!

What: PASS Summit Bloggers Meetup 2015 /> When: Thursday, October 29th, 5:30pm /> Where: Sports Restaurant & Bar, 140 4th Ave North, Suite 130, Seattle, WA 98109. /> How: Please comment with “COUNT ME IN” if you’re coming — we need to know attendance numbers.

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 – Bloggers Meetup

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Oracle OpenWorld Bloggers Meetup Many of you are coming to San Francisco next week for Oracle OpenWorld 2015 and many of you have already booked time on your calendars on Wednesday evening before the appreciation event. You are right — the Annual Oracle Bloggers Meetup, one of your favorite events of the OpenWorld, is happening at usual place and time!

What: Oracle Bloggers Meetup 2015.

When: Wed, 28-Oct-2015, 5:30pm.

OakTable World at IOUG COLLABORATE15

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size="-2">Update history: /> 5-Apr: WIT panel added, Alex removed, Gwen and Pete schedule shifted. /> 11-Apr: Gwen and Pete swapped sessions. /> 13-Apr: Jonathan off lightning talks. />

Guess what? OakTable World at IOUG C15 is happening again! Last year, we had awesome sessions and wonderful attendees. The sessions were so successful, in fact, that we needed a bigger room this year (there were other reasons too, but hey we can fit more people now!).

What: OakTable World C15 /> When: Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 8:00am – 5:30pm /> Where: Mandalay Ballroom K /> id="more-72835">

The First PASS Summit Bloggers’ Meetup

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We are stoked to announce the first ever PASS Summit Bloggers’ Meetup! /> /> What: PASS Summit Bloggers’ Meetup 2014 /> When: Thursday, November 6th, 5pm – 7pm /> Where: Sports Restaurant & Bar, 140 4th Ave North, Suite 130, Seattle, WA 98109 /> How: Please comment with “COUNT ME IN” if coming — we need to know attendance numbers.

We’re excited to meet old friends, and make new ones in Seattle this year. Pythian will sponsor munchies and drinks. There will be a networking contest with some cool prizes, plus everyone will get their very own PASS Summit Bloggers Meetup shirt! Meetups are a great way to make new friends in the community, so come on out — all bloggers are welcome!

Is X a Big Data Product?

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Virtually everyone in data space today claims that they are a Big Data vendor and that their products are Big Data products. Of course — if you are not in Big Data then you are legacy. So how do you know whether a product is a Big Data product?

While there might not be fully objective criteria (and mainly because Big Data definition is still in the air and people interpret it as they see fit for their purpose), I think I can provide one good suggestion on how to determine when a certain product is NOT a Big Data product. Of course, it will depend on the definition of Big Data that you believe in. /> id="more-68979">

Oracle OpenWorld 2014 – Bloggers Meetup

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Oracle OpenWorld Bloggers Meetup Guess what? You all know that it’s coming, when it’s coming and where… That’s right! The Annual Oracle Bloggers Meetup, one of your top favourite events of OpenWorld, is happening at usual place and time.

What: Oracle Bloggers Meetup 2014

When: Wed, 1-Oct-2014, 5:30pm

Oracle RMAN Restore to the Same Machine as the Original Database

Among the most critical but often most neglected database administration tasks is testing restore from backup. But sometimes, you don’t have a test system handy, and need to test the restore on the same host as the source database. In such situations, the biggest fear is overwriting the original database. Here is a simple procedure you can follow, which will not overwrite the source.