|Connor McDonnald||Building great apps with great SQL||No-one becomes an app developer to spend their days doing data processing. We do it to explore complex algorithms, build beautiful applications, and deliver fantastic solutions for our customers. But so often we don't ever get to realize that dream. We're too busy dealing with ORMs and hand-coding all the nuts and bolts of data processing so we're left with precious little time for anything else. There is a better way. By expanding our knowledge of SQL facilities, we can write a lot less middle-tier code, and get performance benefits as an added bonus. This session highlights some SQL techniques to solve problems that would otherwise require a lot of complex coding, freeing up your time to focus on the delivery of great applications.|
|20 years of hints and tips||Your database skill set is more than what you have been read in the documentation, or on blogs, or on StackOverflow. It is the knowledge from trial and error, experimentation and sometimes painful failures. And that takes time, a long time. But this session will fast track that path. I'll share with you a collection of hints, tips, tools, features and techniques that over the years I’ve either seen, built myself or simply picked up from the smartest people in the community.|
|Jim Czuprynski||Saving Your Database from Alzheimer’s: Analytic Performance Improvements From Oracle 12cR2 Database In-Memory (DBIM)||Oracle Database 184.108.40.206 (12cR2) significantly improves the performance of Database In-Memory (DBIM) features, offering potentially massive improvements in real-time analytic processing and queries. This session takes a deeper look at what the Oracle 12cR2 optimizer is actually doing “under the covers” when it makes its decisions to process a query against IMCS-resident and non-resident tables, including improved In-Memory Joins, leveraging Join Groups, taking advantage of In-Memory Expressions, and utilizing In-Memory Filtering effectively. We’ll look at some real-world performance improvement metrics obtained against an Exadata Express OPC environment that shows how best to tackle using these newest DBIM features.|
|Leveraging Partitioned External Tables: Primer and Practical Examples||Oracle Database 12c is the first release to offer the capability to access a file in HDFS or HIVE format as an EXTERNAL table. Later releases include the capability to partition external tables in just about any file format, as well as retain them in IMCS. Through live and recorded demonstrations, this session will explain how an Oracle DBA can leverage these new features to gather data in tabular format from these file formats while leveraging the best tool ever designed to filter, sort, aggregate, and report information: Structured Query Language|
|APEX 18.1 and the REST of the world||One of the marquee features in Oracle Application Express (APEX) 18.1 is the improved support for consuming external REST services and building components using REST-enabled SQL. In this session you will learn how to reference external REST services as Web Source Modules and how to create Reports, Charts, Calendars and other components using these modules. Remote Oracle Databases can be accessed via REST-enabled SQL, i.e. create an APEX component driven by a SQL query as before - but have the SQL be executed on a remote Oracle Database over a REST interface using HTTPS and JSON. This session will also explain how to use external data sources with custom PL/SQL code and how to build plug-ins on the data sources.|
|Henri Tremblay||Be pragmatic||Be pragmatic in software development is rarer than one would expect or hope. I've seen all sorts of craziness throughout the years. Architects, analysts, and developers doing and believing things that simply made no sense in any worlds.
Using examples from my experience, I will teach you tricks to really be pragmatic. This will allow you to quickly develop software that people really want to use. Whether you are a manager or a developer, you should find it useful.
|Learn Java 8: Lambdas and Functional Programming||Still stuck on Java 6 or 7? Or worse, are using Java 8 but coding like if it was Java 6 or 7? (so 2013) Want to learn Java 8? You're at the right place. From the ground up lambdas and functional programming right in front of you. Tons of examples in live coding. Just for you. Yes. You.|
|Otavio Santana||JNoSQL: The Definitive Solution for Java and NoSQL Database||JNoSQL is a framework and collection of tools that make integration between Java applications and NoSQL quick and easy—for developers as well as vendors. The API is easy to implement, so NoSQL vendors can quickly implement, test, and become compliant by themselves. And with its low learning curve and just a minimal set of artifacts, Java developers can start coding by worrying not about the complexity of specific NoSQL databases but only their core aspects (such as graph or document properties). Built with functional programming in mind, it leverages all the features of Java 8. This session covers how the API is structured, how it relates to the multiple NoSQL database types, and how you can get started and involved in this open source technology.|
|Making Graph Databases Fun Again With Java||NoSQL databases have become more popular in several areas. NoSQL has many different uses, including graph use cases. The graph database has a structure pretty different from relational technology and has a lot of successful cases, such as recommendation systems on Facebook and LinkedIn. This presentation will cover what a graph database is and how to use it with Java|
|Alexis Lopez||Desarrollo Java en la nube de Oracle||En esta presentación conocerás los diferentes servicios de la nube de Oracle que tienes disponibles para tus desarrollos Java: Java Cloud Service, Application Container Service y Oracle Container Cloud Service. Aprenderás a diferenciar cuando usar uno u otro dependiendo de las necesidades de tu proyecto y cómo integrarlos con la plataforma de Integración/Entrega Continua que ofrece Oracle Developer Cloud Service.|
|Cris Pedregal||Making databases smarter and faster: innovations enabled by engineering software and hardware together||This talk presents examples that illustrate how jointly designing a database and its underlying hardware enables innovations that overcome substantial technological challenges. Some are fundamental advances in the state of the art, and all yield reliability and performance improvements that discrete component (“converged”) computer systems can rarely attain. For example, tailoring internal network protocols enables re-ordering of messages to prevent analytics queries from delaying OLTP commits, or to instantly detect a server failure. Likewise, pushing intelligence to storage can reduce both network traffic and disk accesses substantially. Caching and replication across Flash treated as its own memory/storage layer (instead of just a fast block-oriented device) boosts throughput and reliability.
This talk is for anyone interested in infrastructure-grade computer systems — not just database implementation — and will aim to provide a window into the thinking of the hardware and software technical staff at a large-scale development organization with a reputation for building and delivering systems that are critical for IT infrastructure across all sectors of the global economy.
Note: This talk will be given in Spanish with detours into English. Audience questions welcome in Spanish, Portuguese, and English
|Maximum Availability Architecture for the Oracle Database||An overview of high availability (HA) best practices from Oracle Database Development. Learn how to optimize all aspects of Oracle Data Guard such as multi-instance redo apply and other enhancements. See how to use Application Continuity, Oracle Database In-Memory with Oracle RAC, and Oracle GoldenGate with Oracle Data Guard to mask outages and planned maintenance from users and accelerate time-to-repair. Learn the latest HA best practices with Oracle’s multitenant solutions. Learn how the new sharded architecture for OLTP applications can achieve even higher HA and fault isolation. See how everything you know about Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture for on-premises deployments can also be applicable in the cloud.
Note: This talk will be given in English with detours into Spanish & Portuguese. Audience questions welcome in Spanish, Portuguese, and English
|Matheus Boesing||Oracle Database Backup Service: Backup of On-Premise Databases to Cloud||Backup is one of the fundamental Disaster Recovery tools for any business or technology. What happens if you lose your backup with your Data Center?
This session covers the Oracle Backup Service available in Oracle Public Cloud, specially focusing on offsite backups for On-Premise Databases.
It is the less disruptive and easily implementable alternative to have an offsite backup, which is a common need in several business due the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX-2002).
This is also the first step to put Database environments into Oracle Cloud.
The session has a hands-on lab covering installing, configuring, backing up and restoring a corrupted file from Public Cloud.
|Oracle Database Migration and Consolidation Techniques||Migrating and Consolidating databases or servers is a regular task for DBAs all over the world, caused mostly by hardware upgrades, RAC revision, application decomissioning and other strategic decisions.
But which tools Oracle provide us to help on this process?
This session covers the main tools and techniques to be used for database and hosts consolidation, including migration tools, workload simulating and go to live strategies.
|Amazing Free Tools for Oracle DBAs||Your scripts utility belt don't need to cover it all! Know some outstanding free tools to manage and monitor your Oracle Database environment.
In this session we'll get in touch with some amazing free tools to check on the database performance, ongoing issues, tracing, dashboarding and graphing things from your database and server perspectives.
|Anil Nair||Oracle RAC Performance Internals||This session will cover details of RAC features introduced over the years and enhanced to keep up with the latest technological innnovations. We will delve into details of RAC Cache fusion optimizations,
Recovery, LMS changes, Exadata specific optimizations etc in great detail and learn how these optimizations translate into better availability and Scalability.
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|Oracle Client Failover Best Practices||This session will go into details on "how to achieve seamless session failover on Oracle RAC". We will delve into the details of load balancing, Failover of both services. We will introduce SCAN, TAF and how sessions can react to both planned or unplanned downtime. We will also include Oracle RAC in the cloud failover.|
|Roy Swonger||How to Diagnose Oracle Database Upgrade Issues||Anybody who upgrades an Oracle database may need to analyze results and diagnose issues that might arise during or after the upgrade. This session will describe how Oracle support and development personnel go about evaluating upgrade success, and will show you the steps to follow if issues arise during your upgrade. Among the areas covered will be pre-upgrade validation, upgrade performance analysis, and diagnosing upgrade failures.|
|Understanding the New Release and Patching Model for Oracle Database||You may have heard that Oracle has changed its database release model and numbering, and on top of that has a new patching paradigm. Yearly releases plus Updates and Revisions may require adjustments in test, development and roll-out strategies as well as patching. What does it mean to you when adopting a new release? What is the best patching strategy for your organization? Are support timelines affected by all this? And how will the transition from the old model to the new model work? This presentation will explain everything you need to know about the new database release model and numbering, give you recommendations for patching strategy, and answer all your questions about this crucial area of operations.|
|Upgrade to Oracle Database 18c: Live and Uncensored!||You plan to upgrade to Oracle Database 18c? See and learn directly from Oracle's Database Upgrade Development team how an upgrade works - live on stage. Get the latest tips and tricks and best practices from the real world before you kick off your own project. This technical session will include a customer case involving a large telco and their upgrades of critical systems.|
|Rita Nunez||Desarrollando Aplicaciones Nativas en Bases de Datos en la Nube||Uso de Bases de Datos en la Nube de Oracle, en particular de Oracle Database Exadata Express, el servicio entry.level. Lenguajes disponibles para desarrollar con esta base de Datos, como conectarse. Como Usar APEX con Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service. DEMO en vivo, del servicio en general y como comenzar a desarrollar una app en APEX con Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service.|
|Rolando Carrasco||Serverless with Oracle, Oracle FN Projec||La plática es sobre el concepto de arquitectura Serverless. Haremos una introducción del concepto y cómo contrasta con las arquitecturas de desarrollo tradicionales. La presentación incluye la introducción a la plataforma de Oracle llamada Fn Project. Esta es una plataforma Open Source que permite a los desarrolladores crear funciones con diferentes lenguajes de programación, como los son: Go, Python, Java, NodeJS, etc. Haremos un live coding para presentar la plataforma en vivo .
El concepto de Serverless ha sido introducido principalmente por Amazon, pero en esta presentación te daremos todos los elementos para que lo hagas con Oracle. Serverless es una arquitectura que está siendo muy utilizada y bien recibirá por la industria, por lo que la presentación busca dar una introducción que te sirva de base para entenderla y poder identificar cómo podrías utilizarla en tu organización.
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N10 Rolando Carrasco is a Deverloper Champion and Oracle ACE based in Mexico City. He's been working with Oracle Tech since 2002, and in particular with integration, middleware, services orientation since 2003. Currently he is leading his organization to shift into modern development and helping customers on doing so. His skills has turned into Containers, Microservices, Serverless, Chatbots and API Management. He is co-author of the Oracle API Management 12c implementation book that was published back in 2015. He is very pationate with the technology and that has led him to lead to Mexican Oracle Users Group (ORAMEX), since 2013.
Best Practices for API Design Using Oracle APIARY
|In this session we will talk about how to design a good API. In this era of modern development, APIs are a very important element in our development, both for consuming and for creating and publishing them. Either we are APIs consumers or we are APIs producers we need to engage them and use them, that is why a good design is critical for the success in their usage and in their development.
We also need to differentiate what an API is, and understand what is their relationship with Services, Microservices, Web Services, etc. In that differentiation is where we need to be very clear and therefore have design principles to build a good, stable, scalable, versionable, secure API. We will share with u design principles for APIs development.
Nowadays there is a lot of information about APIs. We can say that if your product does not provide an API, is not a complete product. We can say that if your organization does not have public APIs, then is not innovating and is not part of the world's digital transformation. But at the same time, we feel there are some misunderstandings on what is an API. People tend to confuse them with Microservices, Services, Web Services or even a basic REST Interface is being called an API.
Developers need to be very clear with this and one way to do it is having design principles for their APIs. In order to be true on what an API is, we think that we can ellaborated in differet design principles and share with the audience best practices around it.
We want to showcase Oracle APIARY to design the APIs and incorporate our design principles and with a live demo incorporate our design principles into an API that we will build during the session.
The idea is to have developers engaging with APIARY to design APIs and use our design principles to model them.