Please join us at the DOUG (DALLAS ORACLE USERS GROUP) Oracle Database Forum meeting on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 5 – 7:15 pm.
“Cloud Deployment – From Planning to Provisioning – My Reflections!,” presented by Nitin Vengurlekar, Chief Evangelist/CTO, Viscosity.
University of Dallas, Gorman Lecture Center, 1845 East Northgate Drive, Irving, Texas. For directions to the campus, see http://udallas.edu/visitors/directions.php . For a campus map, see https://udallas.edu/visitors/documents/Campus-Map_8-18a.pdf . (A good starting place would be to park near the bell tower.)
Cloud Computing is becoming ubiquitous in the application field. Any DBA or Developer needs to understand how to plan for Cloud Migrations, plan and design their applications in the Cloud as well as envelope a hybrid Cloud model.
This session focuses and showcases the Oracle Cloud planning and provisioning process, reviews the OCI and Exadata Cloud architecture, provides a walk-through of a newly provisioned Exadata, and posts provisioning tasks to prepare for the database migration. Attendees gain an understanding of differences in architecture, roles and responsibilities, and supportability differences between on-premises and cloud. The session also includes a customer use case of a deployment to Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service. This session will help prepare Cloud DBAs for open discussions with their network, storage, and Devops teams
Nitin Vengurlekar is the co-founder and CTO of Viscosity North America. At Viscosity, Nitin is responsible for Service delivery, Partner relationship and end-2-end solution architecture. Nitin’s main emphasis has been on virtualization, Oracle Engineered Systems, Hyper-Converged Systems, and Public/Private Database Cloud implementations.
Nitin is Oracle Cloud Certified and AWS Cloud Associate Certified. Nitin is a well-known Oracle technologist and speaker in the areas of Oracle Storage, high availability, Oracle RAC, and private database cloud. He is the author of Database Cloud Storage, Oracle Automatic Storage Management, and the Data Guard Handbook. He has also written many papers on storage, database internals, database tuning, and served as a contributor to Oracle documentation as well as Oracle education material.
Mary Elizabeth McNeely / Dennise Wagner
DOUG Oracle Database Forum Chair / Co-Chair
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