Canberra Event – Next Let’s Talk Database presentation by Richard Foote

Let’s Talk Database – Thursday, 28 July 2016

The next in Richard Foote’s popular Let’s Talk Database series – Let’s Talk Database: Oracle Database 12c – Built for Data Warehousing – is on in Canberra on July 28th. These are free events but due to limited places have often “sold out” in the past, so booking early is recommended to avoid disappointment.

Session Details

The Oracle Database is the leading database in market but it might come as a surprise to some that it’s also the leading database with respect to Data Warehousing in terms of both sales and analyst rankings. The focus today is a detailed look at all the special database capabilities that makes the Oracle Database the perfect platform for Data Warehouse type applications.

We explore the overall Data Warehousing Information Management architecture and how it relates to both data warehouses and data reservoirs. We then deep dive into standard database features such as Materialized Views, Dimensions, Bitmap Indexes, Query Re-Write, JSON in the database, Partitioning, Parallel Processing, Compression, Attribute Clustering and SQL for analysis, reporting, aggregation and pattern matching.

We then discuss more advanced Oracle database capabilities such as Data Mining, Predictive Analytics, R in the database, Database In-Memory, Big Data SQL, Spatial & Graph and the specific engineered systems capabilities that makes Oracle such an effective Data Warehouse platform, especially when combined with the enterprise capabilities already associated with the Oracle Database such as security, high availability, scalability and manageability.

The presentation runs between 9:00am – 12:30pm and is followed by a networking lunch.

To register, email: richard.foote@oracle.com

Pete

After 22 years of working at Oracle in just about every role except Marketing and Support, I am now working as a Senior Managed Services Consultant with Data Intensity, specializing in Oracle Database technology, High Availability and Disaster Recovery solutions. I am also a member of the OakTable Network, and have presented at RMOUG Training Days, Hotsos Symposia, Oracle OpenWorld conferences, and other user group events. I have co-authored the Expert Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c and Practical Oracle Database Appliance books published by Apress, and am one of the authors of the Building Database Clouds in Oracle Database 12c book published by Addison Wesley.

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