2013 East Coast Oracle Users Conference (ECO)
November 5 & 6
Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center
Raleigh/Durham, NC


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Tentative Conference Schedule at a Glance.

Keynote Speakers

Steven Feuerstein, renowned PL/SQL Evangelist with Dell Software Group, having written ten books on PL/SQL, will present Coding Therapyfor Software Developers aka How Does This Code Make You Feel? Steven's signature book, Oracle PL/SQL Programming, is considered by many as the "bible" for PL/SQL developers.

Elke Phelps, a Senior Principal Product Manager in the Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Technology Group, will give the Wednesday Keynote Address, Oracle E-Business Suite Technology: Latest Features and Roadmap

Presentations by Topic

Data Warehousing/BI System Architecture/Administration

APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

Oracle Database 12c New PL/SQL Features
Steven Feuerstein, PL/SQL Evangelist, Dell Software Group
Application Development
All
Oracle Database 12c offers an array of exciting new features for PL/SQL developers. Among them: the function result cache has been enhanced to support functions defined with invoker rights; use the ACCESSIBLE BY clause to define "whitelists" of the program units that can execute subprograms in a package; grant roles to PL/SQL program units, rather than to schemas; design a procedure to implicitly return a result set; define a view with BEQUEST CURRENT_USER so that it behaves like an invoker rights unit; and declare and call PL/SQL functions entirely inside the WITH clause a SELECT statement.

High Performance PL/SQL
Steven Feuerstein, PL/SQL Evangelist, Dell Software Group
Application Development
All
Users hate to wait - for anything. For our applications to be successful, they not only must be correct (meet user requirements) and maintainable, they must also execute efficiently enough to avoid user frustration. This session reviews the most important techniques for improving PL/SQL performance, including data caching, FORALL and BULK COLLECT. After attending this session, you will be able to proactively identify opportunities for applying techniques that will most dramatically improve the performance of your PL/SQL code.

Oracle 12c New SQL Features for the Expert
Donald Burleson, Burleson Consulting
Application Development
All
This presentation focuses on the exciting new Oracle 12c features of SQL and their impact on the DBA and developer.  While remaining ANSI compliant, Oracle has made their dialect of SQL one of the finest in the world, and this showcases the very best of the 12c SQL enhancements to make data extraction and manipulation easier than ever before.

APEX Overview
Dan McGhan, Enkitec

Applications Development
All
You may have heard of Oracle Application Express, a.k.a. APEX: that it’s included with your database license; that it excels at building web-based applications on the Oracle database; that it’s easy to learn yet powerful and flexible. Even if you hadn’t heard any of these things, don’t miss this session. We’ll review the history of APEX and its basic architecture, talk about some common use cases for APEX and the features the tool offers to satisfy various requirements, and then build an application live, from scratch, to demonstrate exactly how APEX is used.

Oracle BI Publisher - Quick and Painless Custom Report Template Development
Rebecca Paschket, AAR Cargo Systems
Application Development
All
Oracle BI Publisher is a report development tool that is used to enhance business reports from most Oracle products; however the tool can also be used as a standalone product.  This presentation will focus on the BI implementation process including project planning, report template development, and final report presentation. 

Building Commercial Applications with APEX
Scott Spendolini, Enkitec
Application Development
All
Oracle Application Express has proven itself as a powerful development platform for internal development needs in countless organizations worldwide. One of the new frontiers it is starting to conquer is building commercial applications. This session looks at all facets of the software development lifecycle and discusses different infrastructures, deployments, processes, and tools used to make development with Oracle Application Express as streamlined and cost-effective as possible.

Five Ways to Make Data Modeling Fun
Kent Graziano, Data Warrior LLC
Application Development
Intermediate
Most people think data modeling is booooorrring, right? While data architects the world over will all agree that data modeling is a critical success factor to any well-engineered database or data warehouse system, many struggle with how to get their organizations to support their efforts. What if you could make data modeling sessions more engaging for the business folks (your customers!)? Be prepared to rethink how you develop data models.

Bring Your iPads! (Because You're Gonna Build a Mobile APEX App in One Hour!)
Chris Ostrowski, Avout
Application Development
Intermediate
This presentation will show how attendees can build a fully functional mobile application using Oracle Application Express.

Using the APEX_WEB_SERVICE API
Brian Spendolini, Oracle Corporation
Application Development
Intermediate
Service Oriented Infrastructures are becoming the norm in the enterprise. Our APEX apps need to fit into this architecture by being able to call and consume web services. Learn to use the APEX_WEB_SERVICE API to extend your applications to fit into an SOA environment.

APEX Behind the Scenes
Scott Spendolini, Enkitec

Application Development
Intermediate
Oracle Application Express is truly an amazing and robust development platform, enabling developers to build applications to meet almost any requirement. But behind the scenes, this sophisticated development tool is quite simple. This session will explore the inner-working of APEX and describe just what happens when you view or submit a page. The overall intention of discussing APEX at such a low level is to provide APEX developers - beginners & advanced alike - with a better understanding of the environment, which will enable them to build better applications.

APPLICATIONS

Top Ways to Secure Your E-Business Suite
Mike Miller, OATC, Inc.

Applications
All
This session will focus on top strategies in securing the E-Business Suite from networking, database, application, and middle tier. We'll also will cover monitoring scripts and tools that can be used within the suite for security compliance.

Oracle EPM / Hyperion
Greg Barrett, Finit Solutions
Applications
All
Over the years the Oracle EPM / Hyperion world has become much more evolved. Oracle has provided us with many different tools, but what do they all do? In this session we dig into all the various products to provide detailed use cases so you know what products are right/wrong for your organization.

R12 Upgrade Consideration: Demystifying Subledger Accounting (SLA)
Samantha German, CSS International, Inc.

Applications
All
R12 represents a big change for the better with new modules and business-enabling functionality.   Most of us have heard about the major change in accounting associated with the Subledger Accounting Module (SLA).   This rules-based accounting engine is now delivered with R12 to provide greater flexibility in managing accounting based on business events. 

Leverage Live Oracle® Financial, Operational Reports & Budgeting in Excel
Anna Sagan & Tim Miller, Global Software, Inc.

Applications
All
 In this session, we will share how user organizations, such as Rack Room Shoes, Philadelphia Gas Works and  NFIB, can move beyond static spreadsheets and create dynamic Oracle financial, operational and budgeting Excel-based reports using ‘live’ balances from Oracle EBS. Oracle EBS user organizations can experience more efficient month-end report running, reduced days to close and full drill-down capability while limiting their reliance on Oracle FSGs and Discoverer reports. 

Re-Implement in R12 - Just DON'T Do It
Susan Behn, Infosemantics, Inc.
Applications
All
Almost every upgrade panel or SIG meeting includes a discussion of the upgrade versus re-implementation question.  In this session, we will focus primarily on the alternatives for those triggers which may drive a re-implementation.  As we’ve learned the hard way, most of the 'typical' triggers do not really have to drive you down this path.

E-Business in a Box
Erik Benner, BIAS
Applications
All
Do you want to reduce your system footprint to run EBS? Join this session to discover how you can virtualize your entire EBS stack on a single appliance.

Rev Up Your Revenue Recognition with EBS 12.1.3
Karen Brownfield, Infosemantics, Inc.
Applications
Intermediate
Version 11i supported revenue recognition through accounting rules which support defined schedules, but for many companies additional functionality is required.  Version 12.1.3 introduces event and contingency-based recognition. This presentation explains the old and new methods with examples.

Improving Your EBS Performance By Tweaking Those Mysterious JVM
Dimas Chbane & Olcay Sarioglu, Oracle Corporation
Applications
Intermediate
This session presents some concepts about the JVMs used by EBS and their components. It also describes the best practices and explores how to monitor a JVM to determine tuning opportunities. At the end of this session, DBAs and System Administrators should feel more comfortable diagnosing and fine tuning JVMs on EBS in order to improve their performance.

R12 Upgrade “Lessons Learned”
Art Dowd, O2Works
Applications
All
Difficult economic conditions, a lack of compelling new features with the R12 release, and support extensions have caused many organizations to delay their R12 Upgrades. The good news for those who have not upgraded yet is that there are a lot of good (and bad) experiences to learn from. We have dozens of R12 Upgrade projects under our belt and will tell you what you need to know (and do) to succeed.

Gain Rapid Visibility into Your Oracle E-Business Suite Data
Shannon Kreps, InsightSoftware.com
Applications
All
Unlocking the information within Oracle EBS can be difficult. How can meaningful reports over all Oracle tables be generated without burdening your IT department?  Attend this helpful session and
the answer is within reach.

Getting the Most for Financials in R12 with Subledger Accounting
Shannon Kreps, InsightSoftware.com
Applications
All
Many companies have invested in R12 but are unsure how to benefit from the rich source of financial data. In this session, learn how to maximize the functionality of the Subledger Accounting layer, while getting a complete return from your investment.

Do Your Oracle Reporting Live in Excel!
Sung Paik, Excel4apps
Applications
All
 For Oracle e-Business Suite (EBS) users, the process to maintain and report on financial data can be often inefficient, time consuming, cumbersome, and technically challenging. Oracle Validated Integration Solutions, such as GL Wand by Excel4apps, remove these barriers to simple Oracle EBS reporting by delivering real-time Oracle Financial data using the familiarity and ease of Microsoft Excel, all without middleware or data warehouse requirements. Learn how to manage highly efficient and secure financial reporting, shorter month ends, and faster refreshes with GL Wand for Oracle.

Top 10 Free Ways of Securing Your EBS Instance
Elke Phelps, Oracle Corporation

Applications
Intermediate
Learn the top 10 things you can do to secure your applications and your sensitive data. This Oracle development session for system administrators and security professionals explores some of the most important and overlooked things you can do to secure your Oracle E-Business Suite instance. It also covers data masking and other mechanisms for protecting sensitive data.

Speed, Visibility, and Control Best Practice AP Processing in Oracle E-Business Suite
Kevin Ryan, ReadSoft
Applications
All
Today’s top tier companies are realizing 80% cost savings plus even greater, more strategic rewards by implementing a best practice approach to their AP process.  By targeting paper-intensive AP operations, these companies reduce costs and  increase efficiencies within their Oracle E-Business Suite organization.  Join this session to understand the inefficiencies, risks, and cost of manual AP processes.  Explore how to gain control, visibility, and speed with best practice AP processing.

Oracle EPM/Hyperion
Greg Barrett, Finit Solutions
Applications
Intermediate
Over the years the Oracle EPM/Hyperion world has become much more evolved.  Oracle has provided us with many different tools, but what do they all do?  In this session we dig into all the various products to provide detailed use cases so you know what products are right/wrong for your organization.

Data Warehousing/BI

Oracle BI Multi-User Development: MDS XML versus MUDE
Stewart Bryson, Rittman Mead
Data Warehousing/BI
Intermediate
Oracle Business Intelligence 11g provides the ability to develop a metadata repository as a collection of XML documents instead of a single binary RPD file. In this presentation, we will explore MDS XML functionality in the OBIEE Admin Tool, including how to generate the MDS XML files from an existing RPD file and configure the repository to work with Git as a sample SCM system. We will also explore how this new feature extends the capabilities of multi-user development for Oracle BI repositories, and how it compares to other pre-existing development options.

Agile Data Warehouse Modeling: Introduction to Data Vault Data Modeling
Kent Graziano, Data Warrior LLC
Data Warehousing/BI
Advanced
Data Vault Data Modeling is an agile data modeling technique for designing flexible, scalable, and adaptable data structures for enterprise data warehouse repositories. This presentation will provide an introduction to the components of the Data Vault Data Model.  The examples will give you the basics for how to build and design data warehouse structures when using the Data Vault technique.

Case Study - A Rapid Oracle BI Apps Implementation
Sakib Kadak, Blink Consulting, Inc.
Data Warehousing/BI
Intermediate
Learn the foundational basics of the Oracle BI Apps (OBIA) product built on the OBIEE platform.  This customer success story includes an innovative approach on enabling OBIA in a compressed timeline yet achieving the business goals.  The customer immediately realized the power of dashboards and role-based analytics throughout an entire business process.  Significant ROI was measurable through enabling the seamlessly integrated platform.  Business drivers, approach, benefits, and future roadmap (Fusion) will be shared.

Aggregation: the BI Server versus the Oracle Optimizer
Stewart Bryson, Rittman Mead
Data Warehousing/BI
Intermediate
Aggregate navigation describes the functionality that BI systems have to use summary level data instead of detail level data for faster data access and report performance. When using Oracle Business Intelligence 11g and Oracle Database 11g, we can choose which ‘engine’ we want to handle summary management and the navigation between different levels of granularity: the BI Server or the Oracle Optimizer. This presentation will walk the participants through both options, and investigate the different design paradigms that may favor one implementation over the other.

Incremental Replication of SQL Server Data to Oracle
Kane McKenzie, Liberty University
Data Warehousing/BI
Intermediate
Frustrated with the challenges of replicating SQL Server data to Oracle? Looking for an elegant and cost-effective way to efficiently manage incremental replication of many SQL Server-based tables to Oracle? Discouraged with the cost of existing solutions? Join us as we tackle the technologies involved and give you the blueprint you need to walk away ready to do it yourself. You likely already have the tools; let us show you how to piece them together to build a sustainable, cost-efficient, and manageable solution.

Migrating Discoverer to Oracle BIEE: Lessons Learned
Naren Thota, Infosemantics, Inc.
Data Warehousing/BI
All
This presentation is on challenges and lessons learned in migrating Oracle Discoverer over to Oracle BIEE solution, which is a logical replacement for Oracle Discoverer.  The question many face is how to most efficiently accomplish this migration, so the objective of the presentation is to prepare customer strategy and plan a smooth transition. Several aspects of the migration process, design challenges, technical challenges, and end-user transition and acceptance are discussed.

What Is Embedded Analytics? (And Why Should I Care?)
Craig Warman, Logi Analytics

Data Warehousing/BI
All
If you've ever ordered from Amazon or watched a movie on Netflix, you're familiar with offers based on your purchase/viewing history. This is embedded analytics, the technology that integrates analytics into transactional software applications, and - when properly implemented - enhances the user experience by providing relevant information when it's needed most. This is behind the emergence of "Smart Business Applications", blurring the traditional lines between analytic and transactional systems. This presentation provides the background you'll need to leverage it in your organization's internal and customer-facing systems.  

Migrating Organizations from Essbase Excel Add-In to Smart View - Not So Scary After All!
Sarah Zumbrum, Finit Solutions
Data Warehousing/BI
All
Years after it was released, Smart View still has the stigma of being Hyperion's red-headed stepchild.  Those who have used the Add-In for years love it and refuse to give it up.  With support for the Add-In no longer in place, organizations must come to terms with supporting change management for their Hyperion users.  This session focuses on training plans, change management plans, and real life migrations for worldwide organizations...including the pros, cons, what went right, and what could have been done better.

Smart Strategy for Oracle Discoverer Replacement
Tom Villanti and Moiz Kaka, Polaris Associates

Data Warehousing/BI
All
Do you have a plan in place when Oracle Discoverer support ends in June 2014?  In this session we’ll discuss how an automated tool can convert all your Oracle Discoverer reports to Reporting Workbench. Polaris’ Reporting Workbench solution is exclusively designed for Oracle E-Business Suite and delivers powerful real-time reporting for companies of all sizes. Our experts will also discuss some of the value-added pre-built content such as using our Financial Month End Closing Accelerators to gain important business efficiencies.

DBA

Understanding Oracle CPU Consumption: The Missing Link
Craig Shallahamer, OraPub, Inc.

DBA
Advanced
Oracle has the world's most advanced database wait time instrumentation, however, Oracle does not instrument CPU consumption. This presents the Oracle DBA with a tuning handicap because CPU consumption can be a significant component of response time. The unintentional result can be solutions with a wait time bias. In this session you will learn how to determine where Oracle is consuming CPU and how to use this in formulating targeted performance solutions, allowing you to effectively focus on reducing both CPU consumption and wait time.

Taming the AWR Tsunami
Roger Cornejo, GlaxoSmithKline
DBA
Advanced
Get a thorough understanding of how to interpret and use the AWR (Automated Workload Repository) and ASH (Active Session History) reports and data to discover root causes of performance problems. Participants will get an in-depth look into how to interpret these reports and leverage underlying data in the DBA_HIST views and go way beyond the reports in pinpointing performance issues.  Additionally, the presenter will show many useful custom scripts to drill down into further detail.

Case Study:  How to Get Top Performance Out of Your Exadata Investment with TOAD and Oracle 11g
James Demitriou, PRA International

DBA
Advanced
In this case study, learn how a premier Life Sciences organization significantly improved its Exadata performance and resource management using advanced features of Oracle 11g, OEM, and TOAD Xpert Edition.

SQLT XPLORE: The SQLTXPLAIN Hidden Child
Carlos Sierra, Enkitec
DBA
Advanced
Have you ever been in a situation where after a database upgrade one or two SQL statements start performing poorly? If you have then maybe you have tested the performance of these queries by setting your Optimizer to the pre-upgrade release, and discovered the performance was restored. What do you do next? SQLT XPLORE (the hidden child of SQLTXPLAIN) can give you some answers to this problem.

Using Adaptive Cursor Sharing (ACS) to Produce Multiple Optimal Plans
Carlos Sierra, Enkitec
DBA
All
Adaptive Cursor Sharing (ACS) is a feature available since 11g. It is enabled by default and can help to generate multiple non-persistent Optimal Execution Plans for a given SQL, but it requires a sequence of events for it to get truly activated. This presentation describes what ACS is, when it is used, and highlights ACS capabilities and limitations with a live demo.

Agile Data Platform: Revolutionizing Database Cloning
Kyle Hailey, Delphix

DBA
All
How can software enable cloning of an Oracle database no matter the size in minutes with almost no storage overhead? How can such technology be used as data control for databases the way source control is used for code? Learn the answer to these questions and how the agile data platform is revolutionizing application development by delivering more projects of higher quality in less time.

Seeing Your System In Pictures
John Claxton, Consultant
DBA
Intermediate
Oracle provides a wealth of performance data, and with each new version the number of metrics grows. Which pair of metrics is a 'best fit' for your environment?  This presentation will develop a mathematical determination of the metric pair(s) that best serve the analytic needs for a particular instance.  The data points that typically cause some difficulties (outliers and/or anomalies) will also be discussed to add precision to your model. 

Virtualizing Our Environment
Rob Mandeville, Confio Software
DBA
Intermediate
Virtualizing your database environment can help achieve efficiency and reduced costs.
However, there can be pitfalls if you aren't aware of the differences of virtualization versus physical.
This session will review terminology, concepts, and cover some main areas of focus when virtualizing, based on our own experience.

Better Statistics in 11g and 12c
Margaret Norman, Duke Energy
DBA
Intermediate
Accurate statistics are the lifeblood of the Cost Base Optimizer and Oracle upgraded accuracy while simplifying setup and decreasing gathering resource requirements with 11gR1.  Releases 11gR2 and 12cR1 continue the path of significant improvements, particularly for larger databases and skewed datasets.  Presentation information includes all the new functionality introduced in 11g and 12c in a version-specific manner with example implementation scripts.

The Pluggable Database
Margaret Norman, Duke Energy
DBA
Intermediate
The multitenant database introduced in Oracle 12c is a paradigm shift for enterprise database architecture, facilitating near effortless database consolidation without many of the traditional security and stability risks to get maximum benefit of hardware resources.  This presentation’s demonstration will include creating a container database, creating a pluggable database, cloning a pluggable database, and unplugging and plugging the pluggable database into a second container database while showing stable client connectivity.

Introduction to Time-Based Performance Analysis: Stop the Guessing!
Craig Shallahamer, OraPub, Inc.
DBA
All
Oracle DBAs often unknowingly include emotion and folklore into their performance analysis. Unless you have a quantitative approach, your analysis will always be subjective. In this session you will learn how to set up and perform a time-based analysis. We will cover where to get performance data, how to construct your diagnosis framework, and then how to derive targeted performance solutions. Now you will be able to truly remove the guessing from your performance work.

Best Practices in Creating and Maintaining a Logical Standby Database
Veronica Simmons, Duke University
DBA
Intermediate
Your users need a reporting database to run heavy duty reports 24/7 without impacting the production environment.  This database needs to be as current as production but with the caveat that a subset of data will remain static to this environment.  Come to this session to learn step-by-step how you can create and maintain a Logical Standby to be used as a reporting database using Oracle 11gR2 Data Guard.

Using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c and Business Intelligence (BI) Publisher to Deliver System and Business Insight
Paul Stallard, Duke Clinical Research Institute
DBA
Intermediate
Have you ever been asked to provide reporting on database/application performance metrics in a format tailored to a non-DBA audience? Would a dynamic dashboard that provides a high level picture of the health of your database systems be a valuable tool within your organization? The goal of this talk is to provide an introduction to those new to BI Publisher, and through examples, demonstrate how to start leveraging the Enterprise Manager repository and other data sources to deliver truly insightful reporting.

Ensure High Availability and Eliminate Downtime During Migrations
Jeffrey Surretsky, Dell, Inc.
DBA
Intermediate
Physical, Virtual, and Cloud increases demands on IT architects of enterprise applications. The DBA and architect is expected to take into account factors and design requirements, such as reliability and availability, application and ad hoc reporting requirements, disaster preparation, and backup and database cloning, among others. This presentation will show how these challenges can be addressed in several different ways.  

MySQL Administration for Oracle DBAs
Tony Darnell, Oracle Corporation
DBA
Intermediate
MySQL is the most popular open source database and powers many of the world's top web sites. It is also used extensively in corporations as a cost-effective database for a wide range of workloads. As an Oracle DBA, learn how to manage and monitor MySQL servers.

Deploy Oracle Cloud in 10 Minutes or Less!
Chuck Calio, IBM

DBA
All
Learn how you can create and deploy Virtual Appliances on IBM Systems technology for Oracle software including Oracle Database. Leverage this new technology to accelerate Oracle software deployment time, reduce ongoing costs, and free up resources for innovation. A sample Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Virtual Appliance and white paper detailing the Virtual Appliance construction and deployment process on IBM Systems will be available for all attendees.

Management/Trends

Creating a Self-Tuning Database
Donald Burleson, Burleson Consulting
Management/Trends
All
This presentation reveals the limitations of reactive tuning and shows how root-cause analysis is performed to tune the database as a whole.  It explores proactive tuning and shows how to spot repeating trends and transient bottlenecks.

Database Virtualization: Boosting Application Development
Kyle Hailey, Delphix
Management/Trends
All
Database virtualization  allows the same datafiles to be shared by multiple clones allowing almost instantaneous creation of new copies of databases with almost no disk footprint. Database virtualization allows agile management of database clones, which eliminates bottlenecks in development by removing wait time for database environments, allows each developer to have their own full copy of the database for development, and provides QA and UAT with immediate copies of the development environments for testing.  

Transactional Document Design Increases Revenue, Improves  Branding
Steve Luke, Eclipse Corporation
Management/Trends
All
Companies of all sizes are learning that enterprise document generation software used to deliver everyday transactional documents and forms can be used to increase sales, improve branding, and get customers engaged for new purchases. Expensive outsourcing of custom printed postcards, flyers, etc., is no longer the only alternative to personalized, dynamic data-driven communications. 

Extending ERP Value through Proper Incentive and Revenue Management
Joe Alphonse, Revitas
Management/Trends
Novice
Learn how to minimize financial and compliance risk by extending the value of your current ERP.

SECURITY

Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself : Data Auditing Concepts and Implementation
David Mann, Biogen Idec
Security
All
Who changed my data? What did they change? When did they change it? Successful auditing of data changes does not happen by accident. Learn about data auditing concepts and methods -- and how they apply to real-world situations. Multiple approaches and solutions will be explored along with their capabilities, costs, and risks.

PII De-Identification Using Oracle 11g Data Pump
Bill Myers, SRA International
Security
Intermediate
In our brave new world of advancing information technology and increasing concerns regarding the security of personally identifiable information, database professionals should be aware of the new data masking ability provided by the Data Pump export utility in Oracle 11g. If you need to provide QA personnel with a representative volume of de-identified production data and still maintain statistical relevance therein, don't miss 'PII De-Identification using Oracle 11g Data Pump'!

SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE/ADMINISTRATION

Accelerating Your Oracle Application
Michael Ault, IBM
System Architecture/Administration
All
Flash is the latest disruptive technology for the data center, predicted that within 3 years it will replace 15K high performance drives. This presentation shows how flash technology should be used to accelerate Oracle database applications. With examples, benchmarks, and actual client case studies you will learn how to put flash technology to work for you.

Oracle Access Manager (11g) ― The New SingleSignOn
Frank Dobrzenski, Oracle
System Architecture/Administration
All
Let’s discuss Oracle Access Manager (11g) ‘ The New SingleSignOn ‘- The best surprise is no surprise!
. . . don’t leave home without it!

Oracle Secure Backup - An Inexpensive Solution
Ray Schonert, Booz Allen
System Architecture/Administration
All
Learn how to install, configure, and deploy Oracle Secure Backup (OSB). This is a technical cook book of step-by-step instructions from a real-world use case on how to implement an inexpensive tape backup solution using OSB as the media management layer necessary for tape storage with RMAN.  OSB is tightly integrated with Oracle RMAN and also can do filesystem backups,  This case utilized Oracle Sun servers running Solaris 10 operating system, but OSB is highly compatible with Linux and other flavors of UNIX.

 
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