Actually this weekend Roy and I would have flown from Australia to New Zealand. We planned at least 5 seminars. And we’ll do them in person as soon as conditions allow. If you are not tired yet of all these seminars offered to you, then we have the right offering for you.
And not only for those of you based in Australia and New Zealand. Singapore, Japan, Korea and other countries in this part of the globe. Roy and I will run for 4+1 Seminars: Upgrade, Migrate, Consolidate to 19c – not only for Australia but also for many interested in Asia.
Why “+1”? Because we teamed up with Accenture – and Accenture will add 1 additional seminar after our 4. And we are very happy to have them on board. Our goal, as usual, is to deliver technical seminars, free of marketing, based on real-world experience and learnings.
When will the seminars happen?
These are the dates you need to mark in your calendars – every time at:
- 12:00h NZT
9:00h Japan / Korea
8:00h Singapore / Hong Kong / China
- Duration: 1.5 hours each
- Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Release Strategy and Database Patching Best Practices
- Thursday, May 21, 2020
Upgrade to Oracle Database 19c with AutoUpgrade
- Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Performance Stability, Tips and Tricks and Underscores
- Thursday, May 28, 2020
Migrate to the Multitenant Architecture
- Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Accenture: 19c: Bring it on (but plan first) and a glimpse of what’s coming in 20c
How do you sign up?
First of all, participation is free of charge. And you will find all required information including the registration links for each seminar here:
Please be aware that you can register for all seminars just by clicking on all 5 in one pass.
The first 4 seminars will be held by Roy Swonger and myself, the Accenture seminar will be delivered – and I’m very happy about this – by Martin Bach from Accenture/Enkitec and Julian Dontcheff. You can find out more about all of us on the registration page as well.
Roy Swonger, VP Development/Product, Database Upgrades and Utilities, Oracle North America
Mike Dietrich, Master Product Manager, Database Upgrades and Migrations, Oracle Germany
Martin Bach, Accenture Enkitec Group Director
Julian Dontcheff, Global Oracle Technology Practice Lead, Accenture