Osama Mustafa

Osama Mustafa

Osama Mustafa

Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Expert

Omnix International

Biography

Including to database experience (Oracle, Microsoft and Mongo), Osama Mustafa is now working and providing solution for the different cloud technology such as Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Oracle. Osama mustafa having experience in developing & using Cloud platform (PaaS/ IaaS/ SaaS), responsible for the management and migration of traditional infrastructure to a cloud-based automated infrastructure, Architect, design, deploy, maintain and lead the implementation of Cloud solutions using Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Oracle, Osama Implement security measures in all technical activities to limit unauthorized access/use, Backup cloud and on premise resources, including in a hybrid environment Osama having an experience with DevOps and presented about different tools for DevOps such as Docker, certified Different Cloud vendor including Vmware.

Papers

Automate DevOps Using Oracle and Ansible

Event :2020 Webinar Series
Stream :Architecture, Cloud Database & Technology

In this session learn how to use Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c, Oracle Application Express 18c, Oracle Exadata Cloud at Customer, and Ansible to automate day-to-day DevOps task. Hear how Energy Transfer was able to streamline DevOps operations to meet growing demand for DBA operational tasks. Learn about Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control monitoring, Oracle Application Express Rest API calls for automation, Oracle Exadata Cloud at Customer and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure command line interface, and Ansible Tower. See how to integrate these tools to create an end-to-end automation solution.

Does Cloud Mean the End of the DBA?

Event :2020 Webinar Series
Stream :Architecture, Cloud Database & Technology

The cloud is transforming the enterprise and the career path of the DBA. As the cloud gains momentum and migrations of applications and databases become more common, people can’t help but wonder whether the cloud means the end of the DBA. In this session learn why the answer to that question is No, but it is an agent in unprecedented change. Learn how the cloud is bringing about an evolution and what today's DBAs must know to be successful in a cloud-enabled future. Topics covered include how the DBA role is transforming into more strategic roles such as data architect, and how today's DBAs can prepare and develop skillsets that will translate into a successful career path in the cloud. The session also offers a look at trends and predictions on what will impact IT in the future.