Thank you for participating in the first two seminars. Roy and I did already the “Release and Patching Strategy” webinar on Tuesday, June 23. And today “AutoUpgrade to Oracle 19c”. So it time for Upgrade Seminars 1 and 2 – A quick recap, slides download and more.
I uploaded the slides already to https://mikedietrichde.com/slides/#WEB2020. Of course, I will upload the other slide decks as well to the same location.
As soon as the recordings page has been completed, we will send out an email. And I will post the links on the blog as well. Please be patient.
We have still two seminars next week – CLICK ON THE TITLE TO REGISTER
- Seminar 3 –Performance Stability, Tips, Tricks & Underscores
When: June 30, 2020 – 11:00h-13:00h (CEST)
The third of the virtual classrooms seminars will cover performance stability as we know that your biggest fear are unexpected plan changes. But there is much more. So we will give tips and tricks, and we’ll cover some underscore parameters which are essential in Oracle Database 19c. Please be aware that the seminar will take a bit longer than the advertised 90 minutes. But we hope it’s worth your time.
- Seminar 4 – Migrate to the Multitenant Architecture
When: July 2, 2020 – 11:00h-13:00h (CEST)
In the last of our 4 seminars we will cover Oracle Multitenant. Well, you may have heard various Multitenant talks over the past years already. Hence, after giving a short introduction into Oracle Multitenant will be on the migration to Oracle Multitenant. You can have 3 user-created PDBs with Oracle 19c as part of any Oracle Database license. So why not enter the world of PDBs. In this talk we will explain the different approaches, the pros and cons, we will cover minimal downtime strategies and fallback scenarios. And much much more. And please be aware upfront that the seminar may take a bit longer than advertised. There is so much to tell …
And you register here:
Poll – How often do you patch?
We did some interesting polls during the first two seminars. And during Seminar 1 we did ask, how often do you patch.
This was a very positive surprise to me. 60% patch at least twice a year, or even more often. And less than 20% state that you either don’t care or you patch only when you are forced to. That’s a much better result than years ago. Very very good.
Poll – On which releases are you right now?
During the second seminar, we did ask you about the various production database releases.
I’m not surprised that there are a good amount of “older than Oracle 188.8.131.52” databases out there in production. Usually there is a reason for it. But I’d strongly recommend to read this blog post I wrote a while ago:
Very happy to see that more than a forth of the participants has already Oracle 19c in production. This is awesome. And I expected Oracle 184.108.40.206 and Oracle 220.127.116.11 leading the field. What I didn’t expect (at least not before the seminar but many questions were regarding 18.104.22.168) are such a use of Oracle 22.214.171.124. Just remember that Extended Support runs out in 7 months.
But I see this positive: You participate in this seminar series because you want to upgrade.
Thanks for tuning in!