Senior Applications Engineer
From Oracle 19c onwards you can have 3 user-created pluggable databases without a Multitenant license. And Non-CDB architecture will be de-supported from Oracle 20c onwards. Now a days it is mandatory for all DBAs to learn Multitenant Architecture and it's use in real world scenarios. Multi-Tenant Architecture will give you most benefits, not only consolidation of databases but also managing different databases as one. In this session, I will go deep dive in Multi-Tenant Architecture. And also give Live Demo on, 1) Monitoring of CDB/PDBs 2) Hot Clone PDB databases 3) Plug-Unplug PDBs from one CDB to another and non-CDB to CDB 4) Refreshable PDBs 5) Snapshot caurasol features. Join me and learn Multi-Tenant features and administration.
Are you moving to Cloud? Are you Planning and Designing your legacy systems to move on Cloud? Let's have a look on Cloud architectural principles to make your application/systems for cloud ready. To adopt unique capabilities of the cloud one must be aware of microservices, containers, Automate the build, testing, and deployment of the packages, automatically scaling-up and down, distributed processing etc. Designing your application and system in such a way, that can run on any platform. Join me in my session and let's discuss how to architect your system to move on Cloud, things to consider and how to leverage cloud services.
Database migration to the Cloud is one of the challenging tasks. People often ask, about prechecks, To-Do List, different migration methods and their benefits; fastest way and less down time method etc. Architects, DBAs/Developers have to do planning and pre-checks before actual migration; this session helps to understand all aspect of DB migration strategy, planning and different migration methods. Join me and let’s discuss various aspect of DB migration on Cloud and its consideration. Here I will discuss about Zero Downtime Migration, Data Pump, RMAN, Plug/Unplug, Remote Cloning etc.