Virtual Classroom Seminar

Virtual Classroom Seminar #14: AutoUpgrade 2.0 on May 5, 2022

If you finally want to see all the cool new features of AutoUpgrade 2.0 (the 2.0 is just a marker we use to say: We improved it significantly!), the please sign up to Virtual Classroom Seminar #14: AutoUpgrade 2.0 on May 5, 2022.

Virtual Classroom Seminar #14: AutoUpgrade 2.0 on May 5, 2022

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What are we going to talk about?

The development team invested a lot of resources to implement some of the most wanted features in AutoUpgrade. Spoiler: One feature is still missing but will be released very soon. In this Thursday’s Virtual Classroom Seminar we will talk about:

  • PDB and non-CDB
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AutoUpgrade 2.0 has been released – and got reuploaded

Many of you have used AutoUpgrade for your database upgrades already. Just a few days ago I received some almost enthusiastic comments which made me very very happy. And if you thought it can’t get any better, no worries: AutoUpgrade 2.0 has been released – and got reuploaded.

Why AutoUpgrade 2.0?

As you know, we don’t do marketing but just talk tech. But you may have also recognized that we slowed down in our agile release cycle for AutoUpgrade. The simple reason for this long period of silence was that we’ve had a …

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Virtual Classroom Seminar 13 Data Pump – Slides, Video and QA

Thanks a lot to everybody who tuned in last week to our Virtual Classroom Seminar #13: Data Pump Extreme – Deep Dive with Development. We’ve had almost 600 attendees, and many of you stayed for the two full hours. And let me tell you that this is just awesome since there are enough people who think that a session has to be just 30 minutes or less. And of course, no it is time to share: Virtual Classroom Seminar 13 Data Pump – Slides, Video and QA.

Virtual Classroom Seminar 13 Data Pump - Slides, Video and QA

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The slides

As usual, you can …

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Virtual Classroom Seminar 13: Data Pump Extreme – Deep Dive with Development

We worked very hard in the past weeks to compile our newest Virtual Classroom Seminar 13: Data Pump Extreme – Deep Dive with Development for you. Now it’s time to sign up for Thursday, March 3, 2022.

Virtual Classroom Seminar 13: Data Pump Extreme - Deep Dive with Development

When will it happen?

Our 13th Virtual Classroom Seminar will happen this Thursday, March 3, 2022 at a hopefully convenient time for you:

14:00h CET – 13:00 BST – 10 a.m. EST – 7 a.m. PST – 20:00h IST

As usual, we will be available to all your Data Pump questions throughout the entire seminar. Just use the QA option of the zoom …

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Virtual Classroom Seminars 10-12: Videos and Slides are available

Thanks to all of you for participating in our last 3 web seminar session. And since some of you had to leave earlier in one of the Virtual Classroom Seminars 10-12: Videos and Slides are available for download and on-demand viewing.

Virtual Classrom Seminar - Migrating Large Databases

No registration is required – you can watch all of our seminars anytime.

And as usual, our workshops are free of buzz words and explain only technical topics. The presenters Roy Swonger, Daniel Overby Hansen, Rodrigo Jorge, Bill Beauregard and myself, we all love to talk about technical topics, show and share demos and put …

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Migrating Very Large Databases – Virtual Classroom Seminar 12

Register here:

https://go.oracle.com/LP=114938?elqCampaignId=302203

 

Webinar Details

Date: December 9, 2021

Start Time: 09:00 GMT / 10:00 CET / 11:00 EET / 13:00 GST

Duration: 120 mins

Webinar Description

There is no clear definition what “large” means. But we think about database of many Terabytes and more. Large databases require different considerations. Often there is not much spare space available. Our focus is to show and demonstrate how to migrate really large databases as quickly as possible following our dogma of “the more simple the better”. But if downtime restrictions come into play, we may need to chose more complex solutions.

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Virtual Classroom Seminar 12: Migrating Very Large Databases on Dec 9, 2021

It looks to me that every possible event in 2021 happens in October/November/December 2021. No complaint from my side – but just in case you wonder about so little update activity on our blogs since weeks. We are just so busy in delivering virtual seminars. Which is good – but it requires lots of effort on our side as we want to deliver decent quality and real tech content. And now, since the year is almost at its end, it is time for our final Virtual Classroom Seminar 12: Migrating Very Large Databases on Dec 9, 2021 this year.

Virtual Classroom Seminar 12: Migrating Very Large Databases  on Dec 9, 2021

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Virtual Classroom Seminar: Fallback Is Your Insurance – on Nov 11, 2021

No worries, I haven’t become lazy recently. But the past weeks were more busy than anything I have experienced so far. And I had a full week off and enjoyed the silence and absence from blogs and cell phones and email in the mountains. But now I’m back – and surprise, surprise – this week on Thursday we’ll have our 11th Virtual Classroom Seminar: Fallback Is Your Insurance – on Nov 11, 2021.

Fallback Seminar

When will it happen?

Thursday, Nov 11, 2021 – 10:00h CET

What are we going to talk about?

Fallback and Rollback. How to secure your job. …

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How Low Can You Go? Zero Downtime Operations on Oct 21, 2021

No idea what you should do this week’s Thursday morning at 10:00h CET? No worries, I know what you should do. You’ll attend our 10th Virtual Classroom Seminar: How Low Can You Go? Zero Downtime Operations on Oct 21, 2021, part of our Upgrade to Oracle Database 19c series.

How Low Can You Go? Zero Downtime Operations

Virtual Classroom Seminars?

It will be the 10th Episode of our Virtual Classroom Seminar series. If you attend one or many before, you know that we don’t do marketing but transport only tech content. And always things we tried out by ourselves beforehand or used them already in many …

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