BIAS Presenting at Oracle OpenWorld 2015


BIAS Presenting 2 Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2015

BIAS team members will lead two highly informative sessions on the Oracle stage. Learn more about our Oracle OpenWorld sessions below and be sure to meet up with our team of Oracle experts during our two OpenWorld sessions. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Database as a Service: What Is It and How Do You Use It? A Q&A with an Expert Panel [CON3637]

Thursday, October 29th  |  9:30 a.m.  |  Moscone South—102

Panel includes:
Bill Kendall,
Enterprise Architecture Services Director, BIAS Corporation
Gustavo Rene Antunez
, DBA Team Lead, Pythian
Erik Benner, Enterprise Architect, Mythics, Inc
Charles Kim, Chief Database Architect, Viscosity North America
Steven Lemme, WW Director Partner Enablement, Systems & Cloud Management, Oracle
Seth Miller, Senior Database Administrator, Symantec 

What is the best method for delivering, setting up, and using database as a service (DBaaS) utilizing Oracle software, hardware, or the cloud? Within a company (private cloud) there are several ways, outside of a company (public cloud) there are additional ways, or you can use a combination of both. For IT, Oracle Database, and technology professionals, platform as a service (PaaS) and DBaaS are technologies you need to know about and use to stay current in your profession. Attend this session to learn about technology and deployment choices available using Oracle technology and solutions. Subject matter experts from Oracle OpenWorld and Collaborate answer your questions so you can architect, plan, and implement a successful DBaaS project.
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Best Practices While Maintaining Large Oracle Database Environments [CON6018]
BIAS Presenter: Sri Vuyyuru, Senior Consultant, DBA, BIAS Corporation

Thursday, October 29th  |  2:30 – 3:15 p.m.  |  Moscone South—305

Not all Oracle vendors make the best use of the tools and techniques available with Oracle databases. In this session, the speaker shares their experiences with a large retailer in America who was spending too much time on manual intervention to maintain their large Oracle Database environments. Through examples, learn about the improvements that were made in terms of monitoring tablespace usage, purging techniques, Oracle scripting, Oracle Automatic Storage Management handling, performance improvements, and more, and how leveraging best practices with Oracle as a database administrator reduced the storage and performance alerting by about 50 percent.
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