Regardless whether you migrated already to the CDB architecture, or you plan to migrate to Multitenant soon, this talk will shed some light on the not-so-well-known aspects around Oracle Multitenant. We assume that you know already quite a lot. Our focus will be on not obvious features and typical issues you may face when you migrate your well-maintained non-CDB into a PDB. Gotchas, secrets and workarounds are the things we’d like to share with you. Your next migration will become a success – but we’ll better discuss also the fallback. Ah, you have a Data Guard. Ok, we may …Continue reading...
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Oracle Database 21c should be out soon – but have you upgraded to Oracle 19c yet? And should you upgrade to Oracle 21c? That’s one of the many question you’ll get an answer for in this 45 min talk. I will demonstrate the upgrade to Oracle 19c and 21c – and highlight important differences and things
Welcome to the Jungle – Database Patching Insights
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Do you love database patching? No?
Database patching is a reoccurring task. Every quarter in January, April, July and October it is time to apply at least the quarterly bundle patches.
But even finding the right patches can be a challenge sometimes. And WHY is YOUR patch not available? Do you need a new opatch? And what if you unplug from 19.6.0 to 19.9.0 – do you have to copy
Nürnberg and München are just 175 km away from each other, a bit more than 1 hour by train. Still I felt a post-conference blues already when I boarded the ICE train yesterday to head back to the south. It was an awesome conference – again. Except for one thing which I will write about below. So here’s my report on DOAG 2019 – Recap and a personal complaint.
DOAG 2019 – What an agenda
I knew it before already. But my VP, Roy Swonger, visited DOAG Conference in Nürnberg for the first time. …Continue reading...
DOAG 2019 – Nürnberg, Germany
November 19-21, 2019
Time flies so quickly. And in case you wondered about the silence on the blog and on twitter, I was either traveling the past weeks or on holidays. But it’s November. And November is DOAG conference month. So please find an overview about DOAG Conference 2019 – Our talks in Nürnberg next week.
DOAG – When, where, why?
Actually DOAG (German Oracle User Group) conference is one of the most important events for me every year. Not only because since far over a decade in my hometown, Nürnberg, Franconia, but for me it means meeting with a lot of …Continue reading...
The last DOAG 2018 conference happened half a year ago – time flies! And if you are eagerly waiting for a lot of cool presentation by very experienced speakers, then visit DOAG Datenbank 2019: Roy will be there!
Roy will deliver two talks. Be aware, the first one is currently not in the web agenda as it was on standby.
19-Feb-2019: DOAG Migration Day – Mannheim
Well, how do I realize it is November already? When I receive my conference pass for DOAG conference. And actually when the first snow falls right on time when I plan to hit the road. Lovely! If you are coming to DOAG Conference 2018 in Nuernberg – Upgrade and AutoUpgrade talk is the one you should see.
You can’t find “AutoUpgrade” in the official description? Yeah, true. I added this after the Oracle Open World presentation to get you a sense about where upgrade is going to. And beyond … 🙂
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Thanks for your patience. I have received a good amount of calls, emails and messages in the past weeks when the slides for DOAG and UKOUG will be available. And they are now including the “New Release and Patching Model” talk. Find slides and recap – DOAG 2017 and UKOUG 2017 here.
Recap DOAG 2017 and UKOUG 2017
Wow – the year is almost over. Time flies. Time for a quick recap of the last two conferences I attended and spoke at in 2017: DOAG and UKOUG.
DOAG (German Oracle User Group Conference) is always very special to …Continue reading...
It’s November. November is DOAG time. Time really flies. And the German Oracle User Group Conference till kick off in a bit more than a week from now on. For me it’s like visiting a huge event where I know so many people: it’s almost like a friends& family meetup. Only strange thing: we all get older … 😉 I’m really looking forward to DOAG 2017 Conference from Nov 21-24, 2017.
And if you are not a German native speaker, don’t worry at all. Many talks get simultaneously translated into English. The translators are amazingly good. It’s …Continue reading...
++++++ Sorry – this is a German event only thus I will write in German ++++++
Ich bin schon sehr gespannt.
Am 2. Februar 2017 wird im Intercity Hotel in Mainz das DOAG Noon2Noon zum Thema “Upgrade, Migration und Multitenant” stattfinden. Von 12:00h mittags bis 12:00h mittags am Folgetag. Der Praxisbezug steht im Vordergrund. Garniert mit kurzen Vorträgen.
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In der praxisorientierten “Noon2Noon”-Veranstaltung wollen wir uns mit den Herausforderungen beim Upgrade nach Oracle 12c bzw. Oracle 12c Release 2 (falls diese zu diesem Zeitpunkt für On Premises Datenbanken freigegeben ist) auseinandersetzen. Das ungewöhnliche Format zielt auf Lösungsorientiertheit. Bei
The past weeks were very intense. I’ve been to Japan for customer meetings and a Dev Day and an internal workshop, then on to China for an internal training, then to India for SANGAM conference and afterwards to Nürnberg for DOAG, the German Oracle User’s Group conference. And UKOUG is just in two weeks …
You’ll find the slides of my talks here:
- Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c – Live and Uncensored
- How to Ensure Performance Stability when Upgrading Oracle Databases
and in the Slides Download Center.
Thanks again to the organizers of SANGAM and DOAG for such i…Continue reading...
The upcoming weeks will involve a lot of travel 😉
I’m looking forward to present at SANGAM Conference in Bangalore, India on Nov 11 and 12 for the first time.
I will have two sessions at SANGAM:
There are so many interesting talks in the agenda (please click here) – the organizers have done a fantastic job.
Then I’m heading straight back to present at the German Oracle User Group Conference (DOAG) for the … let me think … 14th (?) time. So no time for jet lag. And glad that it will be a home match again …Continue reading...
Guess how I realize that it’s just 4 weeks and a bit towards Christmas?
Really looking forward to is as it is THE SPOT to meet with many German customers, some of them good friends, many many familiar faces, the DOAG leaders who all do a fantastic job – and I’ll have the chance to see a lot of great presentations and learn a lot from experts, …Continue reading...
Mike may be too humble to post this himself, so I will point out that the Oracle user group in Germany (DOAG) has published a video of an interview with Mike about upgrade to Oracle Database 12c. The interview is in German, so if you speak the language, please enjoy:Continue reading...
This year’s 2013 conference was the best DOAG Conference I have attended so far (and it was my 11th conference). Actually due to the fact that I’ve had just one presentation (Working with Oracle Multitenant in the Real World – thanks to everybody coming by in the huge TOKIO room – that was really fun!) and a DOAG TV interview I’ve had enough time to see some other presentations. I did actually enjoy the Oak Table Stream in room SHANGHAI a lot – so many good stuff, I have really learned a lot.
So thanks to the organizers from …Continue reading...
Thanks to everybody who did attend at my DOAG Conference session in Nürnberg this year “Seven Flavor of Database Upgrades” (or in German: “7 Wege zum Datenbank-Upgrade – Geschichten, die das Leben schrieb”). And thanks for your patience staying with me in overtime as well 😉
In case you’d like to download the slides I’ve presented at the session please download them via this link or from the download section to your right.…Continue reading...
And – as always – it was great to meet all the Oracle users again. For me that’s the best opportunity to get in touch with customers I know for a looooong long time, Oracle colleagues from Germany – and even some US colleagues such as Hermann Baer, Markus Michalewicz and Tom Kyte presented as well. Sometimes you feel like being at a big family event 😉
And thanks to those you stayed for …Continue reading...