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September 2020

How To Prove The Problem Is Not The Database Using ASH Data

23 September @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST

Imagine being able to prove to yourself and others a performance problem is not a database issue. There are a few ways to infer the problem resides elsewhere, but it's difficult for people to believe you. However, by creatively using ASH data we can prove the problem does not reside in the database. For example, suppose a batch process is "taking too long" yet you can not find evidence of the process in an AWR report, analyzing AWR data or…

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Improve your Oracle RMAN backups with faster recovery and better security of the repository

30 September @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST

As mission critical databases get larger many companies have seen RMAN recovery times get longer. Learn how Pure Storage can accelerate your Oracle RMAN operations, and get up to 8X better restore times to meet business SLA's and faster Dev/Test Builds. RMAN backup retention is kept in the hands of the Oracle DBA but can be defeated by a server admin. Pure Storage will show you how you can better secure RAMN backup repositories. Presenter : Chris Bannayan And Paul…

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Oracle Database Time Machine

30 September @ 4:00 pm AEST

Can we get a “Ctrl+C Ctrl+V” kind of experience for creating clones of multi-terabyte Oracle databases? How much resources( Capex and Opex costs) do you incur in your organization to create clones of databases? As DBAs, we spend lot of time on : 1) Maintain protection SLA’s for databases 2) Create clones of production databases for various purposes 3) Regular refresh of these clones from production Time  machine is an entity which solves the Copy Data Management problem in a…

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