Over the last two months, Oracle has taken our Database World Conference on the road with events in San Francisco, Singapore, Toyko, London, and São Paulo. The Oracle Database product management team delivered these one-day technical events and covered a variety of topics, including giving folks a sneak preview of Oracle Database 23c.
If you couldn’t make it in person or get to all the sessions you wanted, don’t worry, as Oracle has made the technical sessions available online.
Don’t miss this chance to check out what you can expect in 23c to help make apps simple to build and run, including the keynote by Juan Loaiza.
Oracle has also made Oracle Database 23c FREE – developer Release available to try out all the new features and capabilities described in these sessions. You can download 23c FREE straight from the Internet with no oracle.com user account or license click-through requirements as a Container Image, VirtualBox VM, and Linux RPM installation file.
At the recent Oracle Database World event, I had the pleasure of presenting the general session for the mission-critical track, along with my colleague Ashish Ray. In our session, I outline the five essential ingredients you need to deploy and operate a mission-critical database, regardless of what workload you plan to run.
Each of the subsequent technical sessions provides a deeper dive into each ingredient. These sessions include:
- Transparent Performance with Exadata presented by Kodi Umamgeswaran
- Oracle Maximum Availablity Architecture delivered by Markus Michalewicz
- Simplifying App Dev with RAC given by Anil Nair
- Complete Database security in 4 simple steps presented by Russ Lowenthal
- How to evolve Database Apps entirely online presented by Ludovico Caldara
If you didn’t have an opportunity to join the live event, you can now access all the sessions on YouTube. Below is a link to the entire mission-critical playlist.
Hopefully, watching this playlist will give you valuable tips and technologies to deploy a mission-critical database successfully.