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Lets catch up at OTNYathra 2015

All,

Its time to be at AIOUG stage once again and the event would be the OTNYathra 2015. The event has been a great success in the past and has been able to generate/receive wide recognition and appreciation. OTNYathra focuses to evangelize the Oracle technologies to a broader and passionate audience. OTNYathra is a grand tour which is conducted in 7 cities across India in the span of two weeks. Out of these seven, you can find me in three of them – Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai. If you are an Oracle professional and passionate about learning, we must see each other there. I believe its a great chance to share and learn and at the same time, meet and make friends in the community.

You can find the dates, venue info and registration page here – http://www.otnyathra.com/. Follow  for activity updates on twitter. 

My sessions at the event venues –

1. Oracle 12c Multitenant – Changes in Database Release 12.1.0.2
Oracle 12c introduces Multitenant architecture which is designed for cloud infrastructure and enables the customers to easily consolidate multiple databases. The new architecture focuses on easy adoption and provides enhanced manageability. Oracle Multitenant delivers the benefits of “Manage many as One” while retaining the security, isolation and resource management at individual database level. Not only it complements all database options, but also provides quick provisioning of databases. With Oracle Database 12.1.0.2, Oracle has delivered multiple enhancements to the Multitenant option. Although, the Database In-Memory option is the most talked about feature of the release, but Multitenant option includes multiple additions to the pluggable database cloning, enables cross PDB querying, controls PDB in a data guard configuration, and many more features. These features allows the granular management of pluggable databases in a Multitenant environment. The Multitenant option, being compatible with Database In-Memory option, further raises the value bar in a consolidated environment. The session will discuss the motivations behind the enhancements to the Multitenant architecture and their applications in the real world.

2. Oracle Database 12c In-Memory option
The Oracle Database 12.1.0.2 introduces the Database In-Memory (DBIM) option which transparently accelerates analytic queries by orders of magnitude, enabling real-time business decisions. Using Database In-Memory, businesses can instantaneously run analytics and reports that previously took hours or days. Businesses benefit from better decisions made in real-time, resulting in lower costs, improved productivity, and increased competitiveness. Oracle’s In-Memory columnar technology is a pure in-memory format.   The in-memory columnar format is not persisted on storage. With the introduction of Oracle Database In-Memory option, a single database can now efficiently support mixed workloads by delivering optimal performance for transactions while simultaneously supporting real-time analytics and reporting workloads. This is possible due to this “dual-format” architecture that enables data to be maintained in both, i.e. the existing Oracle row format (buffer cache) for OLTP operations, and a new purely in-memory column format optimized for analytical processing. Embedding the in-memory capabilities into the existing Oracle Database software ensures that it is fully compatible with all existing database features, and requires no changes in the application layer.

See you there!!

Saurabh

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Database Enthusiast, Author, Speaker and blogger

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