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My Speaking Topics at Oracle OpenWorld 2012   2 comments

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 is just around the corner.  This is my 7th consecutive year of speaking at this world largest  IT event.  This year my presentations are related to high availability, database cloud, Oracle virtualization and deploying Oracle virtual assemblies in a self service cloud environment.  The followings are my speaking sessions:

  1. 1. UGF7700 – Oracle on Oracle VM: Expert Panel,  Sunday Sept 30, 12:30pm-2:00pm, Moscone West- 2012.

On this panel  I will share some experience of configuring  an Oracle VM virtual infrastructure and  an infrastructure cloud based on commodity hardware with Oracle VM3.1.1 and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12.1.

2.  CON3875 – High-Availability Infrastructure of the Database Cloud: Architecture and Best Practices, Monday Oct 1, 3:15pm-4:15pm,  Moscone West- 3020

This session will start with the architecture design and then discuss various techniques and options for achieving high availability including  Oracle Clusterware/Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC), Oracle Data Guard, and Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture. Then it will explore the configuration best practices for ensuring fault tolerance of the entire stack of the infrastructure. It will also cover the methods for reducing downtime during events such as system upgrades and migration and how to do  troubleshooting during system outages.

3. CON5206 – Simplify App Deployment in the Cloud with Virtual Assemblies and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, Wednesday, Oct3, 5:00pm-6:00pm Moscone south- 307

In this session I will share some experience from my Infrastructure cloud project that I have been working in  last few months. I  will start with how to create an Oracle virtualization assembly with Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder 11g Release 1  in the following process:

Then I will discuss the configuration of a self-service cloud  based on  Oracle EM12c and Oracle VM 3.1.1 and how to simplify  application deployment with Oracle virtual assemblies  in the self-service cloud  in the process shown below:

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