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Wednesday April 17, 2013 8:30am - 9:00am CEST
1. Bergen SAS Hotellet

9:00am CEST

Business Intelligence fra A til Å - Del I(P4)

For mange er en BI-løsning synonymt med et avansert rapporteringsverktøy. Det er tilsynelatende også slik selgerne av BI-løsninger ser på verden. I dette foredraget setter vi blikket på hva som faktisk kreves av en komplett BI-løsning og dem som utvikler den. Hvorfor bør maskinvare, virtualisering, operativsystem, databaser, ETL, forretningslogikk og rapporter vurderes som en helhet? Vi vil definere behov og krav fra alle deler av organisasjonen. Fra IT-avdelingen til sluttbrukeren, fra A til Å.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Bicon AS
Fredrik er Bicons faglige ressurs på Oracles ʺnyeʺ verktøy for datavarehus og Business Intelligence. Han har jobbet med både OBIEE og ODI siden verktøyene var i Oracles eiendom, og er ansett for å være blandt Norges desidert dyktigste på disse verktøyene. Dette, sammen med... Read More →
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Øyvind Larsen

Bicon AS
Øyvind er datavarehus- og BI-arkitekt i Bicon AS. Han har jobbet med Oracles løsninger for beslutningsstøtte siden 1997. I starten var var fokuset rettet mot Oracle database, Oracle warehouse builder, Oracle Reports og Discoverer. Nå, etter en rekke oppkjøp fra Oracle, er det... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 9:45am CEST
4. Finnmark SAS Hotellet
  BI/DWH

9:00am CEST

Flashback (P28)

There is a remarkable human condition where you can be both cold AND sweaty at the same time.  It comes about 3 seconds after you press the Commit button and you realise that you probably needed to have a WHERE clause on that delete all rows from the SALES table SQL statement.  Or it might come just after you run drop table on the Production database, when you were just so sure that you were logged onto the Test system.  This session will discuss how you can use the FLASHBACK features in 10g and 11g to overcome this uniquely human condition


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avatar for Connor McDonald

Connor McDonald

Connor McDonald is an Oracle Ace Director and over the past 18 years, has worked with systems in Australia, the UK, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and the United States.  He has co-authored three books, and has been a popular speaker at Oracle conferences around the world, specializing... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 9:45am CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet

9:00am CEST

Secure Testdata Management and Provisioning (P105)
Foredragsholdere
BB

Björn Bolltoft

Oracle US
Björn Bolltoft has over 20 years of experience with Oracle RDBMS. He joined Oracle consulting 17 years ago and has been working as technical consultant for 15 years. 2010 He joined Oracle Development as Product Manager for Real Application Testing. During the last two years he has... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 9:45am CEST
5. Lofoten SAS Hotellet

9:00am CEST

Where will Oracle go with the next database version (P103)

Ser hvilken retning Oracle ønsker å gå med databasen. Hva Oracle gjør for å videreutvilke mulighetene for Cloud infrastruktur. Tar også generelt for oss de viktigste nyhetene i neste versjon av Oracle Databasen.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Trond Brenna

Trond Brenna

Oracle NO
Trond Brenna er inne i sin andre periode i Oracle. Han jobber nå som Pre-sale på Core Tech. Der jobber han med database opsjonene og Enterprise Manager. I tillegg har han jobbet mye med sikkerhetsproduktene. Forrige periode i Oracle ble tilbrakt i kursrommene til Oracle, med database... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 9:45am CEST
6. Skagerak SAS Hotellet

9:00am CEST

Master Class: Parallel executions (P63)

This Oracle University Master Class discusses Parallel Execution, covering Parallel Query, DML and DDL. It begins by discussing the architecture for Parallel Exection in both Single Instance and RAC. It then describes Administration of parallelism, and the monitoring of Parallel exection SQL Statments. It then moves to the use of Automatic Parallelism  introduced in 11g Release 2, covering the  Administration and effects of Auto-Parallelismparameters, Automatic Parallelism behaviour, Parallel Statement queuing, use of The Resource Manager to control 
per consumer group queuing and In-Memory Parallel Query.


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avatar for Joel Goodman

Joel Goodman

Oracle UK
Joel Goodman has been in the computing industry for 36 years after obtaining his degree in Computer Information Sciences. He 18 years experience with Oracle DBA technology in support, consulting and training. He is the OU EMEA Core  Delivery Technical Team Leader for whom he speaks... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 11:30am CEST
1. Bergen SAS Hotellet

9:00am CEST

The Oracle Database for Java and Dot Net Developers 1/2 (P16)

"Application developers usually focus their efforts on languages other than SQL and PL/SQL most often writing in C##, Java, Ruby, Perl, and other languages. And, much of the time, they do not really understand the database with which they must work.
This one-day workshop will cover everything from architecture basic to advanced programming techniques and tuning to help application developers take maximum advantage of the database and to help them build high performance secure applications and avoid reinventing the wheel."


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Daniel Morgan

Daniel Morgan

Morgan's Library
Oracle ACE Director Dan Morgan is the Morgan behind Morgan's Library (www.morganslibrary.org) on the web.In 2009 Morgan retired from the University of Washington where he developed the Oracle instruction program and had been its primary instructor since 1998. In addition to his his... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 9:00am - 12:00pm CEST
3. Eidsvoll SAS Hotellet

10:00am CEST

TBA
Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet

10:00am CEST

Business Intelligence fra A til Å - Del II (P9)

For mange er en BI-løsning synonymt med et avansert rapporteringsverktøy. Det er tilsynelatende også slik selgerne av BI-løsninger ser på verden. I dette foredraget setter vi blikket på hva som faktisk kreves av en komplett BI-løsning og dem som utvikler den. Hvorfor bør maskinvare, virtualisering, operativsystem, databaser, ETL, forretningslogikk og rapporter vurderes som en helhet? Vi vil definere behov og krav fra alle deler av organisasjonen. Fra IT-avdelingen til sluttbrukeren, fra A til Å.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Bicon AS
Fredrik er Bicons faglige ressurs på Oracles ʺnyeʺ verktøy for datavarehus og Business Intelligence. Han har jobbet med både OBIEE og ODI siden verktøyene var i Oracles eiendom, og er ansett for å være blandt Norges desidert dyktigste på disse verktøyene. Dette, sammen med... Read More →
avatar for Øyvind Larsen

Øyvind Larsen

Bicon AS
Øyvind er datavarehus- og BI-arkitekt i Bicon AS. Han har jobbet med Oracles løsninger for beslutningsstøtte siden 1997. I starten var var fokuset rettet mot Oracle database, Oracle warehouse builder, Oracle Reports og Discoverer. Nå, etter en rekke oppkjøp fra Oracle, er det... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am CEST
4. Finnmark SAS Hotellet
  BI/DWH

10:00am CEST

When Smart Scan Plays Dumb, Teach Exadata Some New Tricks (P65)

Exadata Database Machine offers incredible query performance improvement opportunities via its suite of Smart Scan features … except when it doesn’t seem very “smart” at all! Join Oracle DBA and Oracle University instructor Jim Czuprynski as he demonstrates why Smart Scan sometimes decides to “play dumb” and how to make it respond properly to your commands to “play smart” instead.

 

This session will:

- Demonstrate how Smart Scan typically reduces query execution time

- Identify why Smart Scan sometimes has no choice but to “play dumb” and use normal retrieval methods instead of using storage indexes, full table scans, or fast full index scans

- Explore how to resolve these issues by helping Smart Scan to raise its “query IQ” whenever possible

 

1. Smart Scan: Exadata’s “Secret Sauce”

    a. Smart Flash Cache

    b. Storage Indexes

    c. EHCC

2. Did Smart Scan really happen?

3. Why doesn’t Smart Scan get used all the time?

    a. Banned Objects

    b. “Small” Tables and Serial Direct Reads

    c. Indexes and Histograms

    d. Contending Workload Profiles

4. Helping Smart Scan To “See Better”

5. Conclusions

 


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Jim Czuprynski

Jim Czuprynski

Zero Defect Computing, Inc.
Jim Czuprynski has accumulated over 30 years of experience during his information technology career. He has filled diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies in those three decades - mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager - before... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 10:45am CEST
5. Lofoten SAS Hotellet

10:00am CEST

Database security 101 (P94)

What is the threats and how do you protect you selves.

The level of protection on database level is normally an area of
improvement, despite the fact that data leakage from databases account for a major part of data breaches. In this session will demonstrate and  discuss security alerts, patch strategy, password protection and defense in depth at
database layer.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Trond Brenna

Trond Brenna

Oracle NO
Trond Brenna er inne i sin andre periode i Oracle. Han jobber nå som Pre-sale på Core Tech. Der jobber han med database opsjonene og Enterprise Manager. I tillegg har han jobbet mye med sikkerhetsproduktene. Forrige periode i Oracle ble tilbrakt i kursrommene til Oracle, med database... Read More →
IO

Inge Os

Oracle NO


Wednesday April 17, 2013 10:00am - 12:00pm CEST
6. Skagerak SAS Hotellet

11:00am CEST

Business Intelligence fra A til Å - Del III (P14)

For mange er en BI-løsning synonymt med et avansert rapporteringsverktøy. Det er tilsynelatende også slik selgerne av BI-løsninger ser på verden. I dette foredraget setter vi blikket på hva som faktisk kreves av en komplett BI-løsning og dem som utvikler den. Hvorfor bør maskinvare, virtualisering, operativsystem, databaser, ETL, forretningslogikk og rapporter vurderes som en helhet? Vi vil definere behov og krav fra alle deler av organisasjonen. Fra IT-avdelingen til sluttbrukeren, fra A til Å.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Bicon AS
Fredrik er Bicons faglige ressurs på Oracles ʺnyeʺ verktøy for datavarehus og Business Intelligence. Han har jobbet med både OBIEE og ODI siden verktøyene var i Oracles eiendom, og er ansett for å være blandt Norges desidert dyktigste på disse verktøyene. Dette, sammen med... Read More →
avatar for Øyvind Larsen

Øyvind Larsen

Bicon AS
Øyvind er datavarehus- og BI-arkitekt i Bicon AS. Han har jobbet med Oracles løsninger for beslutningsstøtte siden 1997. I starten var var fokuset rettet mot Oracle database, Oracle warehouse builder, Oracle Reports og Discoverer. Nå, etter en rekke oppkjøp fra Oracle, er det... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:00am - 11:45am CEST
4. Finnmark SAS Hotellet
  BI/DWH

11:00am CEST

Real Application Testing - Demystify Consolidation and Capacity planning (P13)

This presentation will cover Real Application Testing new features for RDBMS 12. Best practices for Consolidation and workload scaleup.


Foredragsholdere
BB

Björn Bolltoft

Oracle US
Björn Bolltoft has over 20 years of experience with Oracle RDBMS. He joined Oracle consulting 17 years ago and has been working as technical consultant for 15 years. 2010 He joined Oracle Development as Product Manager for Real Application Testing. During the last two years he has... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet

12:00pm CEST

Lunch
Wednesday April 17, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm CEST
Restaurant SAS Hotellet

1:00pm CEST

High-Speed, In-Memory Big Data Analysis with Oracle Exalytics (P39)

Oracle Exalytics is Oracle’s hardware/software platform for “speed of thought” analysis. This presentation looks initially at the architecture and capabilities of Oracle Exalytics and then goes through the development of an Oracle Exalytics application sourcing data from structured and semistructured sources, analyzed with Oracle Business Intelligence and Oracle Endeca Information Discovery. Aimed at developers looking to leverage this new in-memory platform, the session provides an end-to-end overview for developing fast, interactive, and highly visual applications with these new BI tools.


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avatar for Mark Rittman

Mark Rittman

Rittman Mead
Mark Rittman is an Oracle ACE Director and author of the Oracle Press books ʺOracle Business Intelligence Developers Guideʺ and ʺOracle Exalytics Revealedʺ. Mark is co-founder of Rittman Mead and has worked in the Oracle BI & DW work for 15 years, is a regular contributor to Oracle... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:00pm - 1:45pm CEST
4. Finnmark SAS Hotellet

1:00pm CEST

Oracle vs. MySQL (P88)

Ofte nevnes MySQL som et godt alternativ til Oracle. Er det rettferdig å sammenlikne dem?  Her ser vi nærmere på hvilke likheter og ulikheter som finnes mellom disse to produktene


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Ingemar Jansson Haverstad

Ingemar Jansson Haverstad

Keystep AS
Ingemar has been working with Oracle since version 5.0.94 Beta. He is often involved in setting up mission critical systems on various Unix and Linux dialects.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:00pm - 1:45pm CEST
5. Lofoten SAS Hotellet

1:00pm CEST

Developing modern mobile apps for the enterprise

Mobile internet traffic is growing rapidly, driven by strong growth in the mobile device market. The concept of “bring your own device” (BYOD) is a growing trend for business IT. Few things are more hot for consumers than tablet devices and smart phones. On the other hand, few things are more challenging for business IT than tablet devices and smart phones. How do you enable your business applications for the mobile universe?  What is Oracle’s strategy and solutions for mobile enterprise IT?  How can you leverage your existing knowledge in Java / ADF to build modern mobile solutions for the enterprise?


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Per Anders Jørgensen

Per Anders Jørgensen

Oracle NO
Per Anders Jørgensen jobber til daglig som løsningsarkitekt i Oracle med fokus på Oracle Fusion Middleware.  Han har 12 års erfaring  med løsninger basert på Oracles mellomvare produkter, med spesielt fokus på SOA og javabaserte utviklingsverktøy og rammeverk.


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:00pm - 1:45pm CEST
6. Skagerak SAS Hotellet

1:00pm CEST

WebLogic for DBAs (P86)

Even the most sheltered DBA will have heard that in 2008 Oracle bought BEA and, in doing so, made WebLogic, rather than OC4J, their primary Java application server. Why does this matter? Well, even if you're not responsible for running Oracle middleware, as a DBA you may well be expected to set up Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Grid Control which these days runs on WebLogic.

This session will introduce the WebLogic architecture and all the key terms you need to know. It will then guide you through a typical installation, using OEM as an example, and compare the installations for 11g Grid Control and 12c Cloud Control (anyone for whom the term ""WDJ7"" brings dread can breathe a sigh of relief with 12c!).

Finally the presentation will outline how to manage WebLogic and where to look if things are going wrong.

 


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Simon Haslam

Simon Haslam

Veriton Limited
Simon is an Oracle ACE Director (Middleware & SOA) with over 18 years' experience of using Oracle products. He helps mid-sized organizations build robust Oracle Fusion Middleware infrastructures to run mission-critical applications. A long time volunteer with the UK Oracle User Group... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:00pm - 1:45pm CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet

1:00pm CEST

The Oracle Database for Java and Dot Net Developers 2/2 (P16)

"Application developers usually focus their efforts on languages other than SQL and PL/SQL most often writing in C##, Java, Ruby, Perl, and other languages. And, much of the time, they do not really understand the database with which they must work.
This one-day workshop will cover everything from architecture basic to advanced programming techniques and tuning to help application developers take maximum advantage of the database and to help them build high performance secure applications and avoid reinventing the wheel."


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Daniel Morgan

Daniel Morgan

Morgan's Library
Oracle ACE Director Dan Morgan is the Morgan behind Morgan's Library (www.morganslibrary.org) on the web.In 2009 Morgan retired from the University of Washington where he developed the Oracle instruction program and had been its primary instructor since 1998. In addition to his his... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:00pm - 2:45pm CEST
3. Eidsvoll SAS Hotellet

1:00pm CEST

RAC Attack II (P45)

Attendees are invited to bring their own pre-configured RAC systems running on their laptops; created either by following RAC Attack (racattack.org) or any other approach. If you've had problem's getting RAC working then this session presents the perfect opportunity to get some help from experienced RAC specialist. If you haven't had problems then even better! You're in a position to really start making the most out of your RAC test environment. Martin & Martin will cover the configuration of Fast Connection Failover with UCP for Java clients and ODP.NET for C# clients from your host Windows machine or a Windows VM (the Java part can equally be completed on Linux or Mac machines/VMs). They will cover "service" creation, know problems and testing. You will be expected to perform some preparation work in order to get the most out of this workshop, however, if you don't have your own RAC environment or appropriate equipment to create one before the class access will be provided to a shared demonstration environment.

 


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avatar for Martin Bach

Martin Bach

Enkitec
Martin Bach is an Oracle database enthusiast and technical author. He specialised in the Oracle DBMS since 2001, with his main interests in high availability and disaster recovery solutions for mission critical 24x7 systems. Over the last years he spent more and more time discovering... Read More →
avatar for Martin Nash

Martin Nash

ORAsavon
Martin is an exceptionally enthusiastic Oracle Database specialist with considerable experience working on Oracle RAC and Exadata systems. He is passionate about the role virtualisation can play in education and testing; and keen to share this with others. Now predominantly working... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 1:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
1. Bergen SAS Hotellet
  Core Tech

2:00pm CEST

TBA
Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet

2:00pm CEST

What’s New in MySQL Server 5.6? (P17)

This session explains the new features and performance enhancements in the 5.6 MySQL Server release candidate.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Geir Høydalsvik

Geir Høydalsvik

Oracle NO
Geir Høydalsvik has been working with the MySQL Database team since 2008, and is currently employed by Oracle, based in Norway. He is Software Development Director for the MySQL Server team, responsible for the development and maintenance of the MySQL Server. Prior to working with... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm CEST
6. Skagerak SAS Hotellet

2:00pm CEST

Forms Can Do That, Why Can't You Make APEX Do That? (P56)

Break free of any pre-conceived APEX limitations and learn how the latest APEX 4.x features will allow you to create rich forms-like APEX applications using the most advanced JavaScript UI Web development frameworks. Learn new design techniques for managing large numbers of plugins, handling inter plugin communication, and how to turbo charge your productivity.


Foredragsholdere
PR

Peter Raganitsch

click-click IT Solutions e.U.
Peter Raganitsch, founder and director of click-click IT Solutions in Vienna, Austria, has more than fifteen years experience in Oracle DB, Forms, and APEX. Always looking for ways to make things better and develop new solutions he shares his knowledge and solutions with the community... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm CEST
4. Finnmark SAS Hotellet

2:00pm CEST

Hiding data with Row Level Security (P108)

It is becoming more and more common for businesses to have to hide certain data from certain users, often for regulatory or legal reasons. Virtual Private Database and Row Level Security are powerful but under-used, free tools within Oracle to do this and are in many ways better than using Views.I will describe and demonstrate the basics of setting up and using Row Level Security, how to hide whole rows and also specific columns in rows, some of the problems that can occur and an overview of how this was used in a real, recent project.


Foredragsholdere

Wednesday April 17, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm CEST
5. Lofoten SAS Hotellet

3:00pm CEST

TBA
Wednesday April 17, 2013 3:00pm - 3:30pm CEST
4. Finnmark SAS Hotellet

3:00pm CEST

12c An exploration of the next generation of the oracle database
Foredragsholdere
avatar for Jim Czuprynski

Jim Czuprynski

Zero Defect Computing, Inc.
Jim Czuprynski has accumulated over 30 years of experience during his information technology career. He has filled diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies in those three decades - mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager - before... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
5. Lofoten SAS Hotellet

3:00pm CEST

End-to-end Metrics: Building a performance bridge between the Developer and the DBA (P42)

No Developer is perfect, and Murphy's law is bound to show up sooner or later (often sooner than later). Most applications today are n-tiers using a connection pool on the application tier, and are therefore very hard to trace. With a little bit of collaboration between developers and DBAs tracing can be turned on very easily for your specific application module, a specific user or IP, customer, or any other metric of your choice.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Lasse Jenssen

Lasse Jenssen

Leader of Center of Excellence - Oracle, Evry ASA
Worked with Oracle since version 7. Used to work as an Oracle DBA, and was an Oracle instructor lecturing the DBA classes given by Oracle University for several years.Today working as an Architect and Oracle Developer, focusing on the collaboration between developers and Oracle DBAs... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet

3:00pm CEST

Interactive demo: Consolidating databases with the latest generation of database technology (P101)

The latest generation of Oracle Database brings exciting new technology that enables you to manage many databases as “one” and enables you to consolidate more databases onto a particular platform than would otherwise be possible. It enables very fast provisioning of a new database, or of a clone of an existing database, and very fast redeployment of an existing database to a new platform, and it introduces mechanisms for rapid patching and upgrade of the Oracle Database software. This hands-on lab shows how to realize these benefits using Oracle SQL Developer, and SQL statements.


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avatar for Bryn Llewellyn

Bryn Llewellyn

Oracle US
Bryn Llewellyn Distinguished Product Manager Database Server Technologies Division, Oracle HQ    Bryn has worked in the software field for more than 30 years. He joined Oracle UK in 1990, at the European Development Center, to work in the Oracle Designer team. He transferred... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 3:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
3. Eidsvoll SAS Hotellet

3:00pm CEST

Howto: Test and monitor your applications and solutions (P111)

This presentation will be a live walkthrough on how you could implement and setup a test bench with Oracle Application Testing Suite, a rich and easy-to-use testing solution for on-premise or cloud applications. When initial testing and load testing is done you need tooling for monitoring and following messages and transactions even in heterogeneous environments with Oracle Business Transaction Monitoring (BTM). Part two of this session shows how  BTM automatically discovers message flows and content and how it is used to monitor SLAs and find and follow messages.


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avatar for Torleif Grasto

Torleif Grasto

Oracle NO
As Principal Sales Consultant in Oracle, Torleif is engaged with customers, users and communities as speaker, architect and product specialist in SOA/middleware solutions in the Nordics. With focus on Engineered systems and Oracle Fusion Middleware, the position demands in-depth knowledge... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 3:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
6. Skagerak SAS Hotellet

4:00pm CEST

Powerful EXPLAIN in MySQL 5.6 (P19)

The EXPLAIN command of MySQL has for long been a very useful tool for understanding how MySQL will execute a query. MySQL Release 5.6 offers several new additions that both give more detailed information about query plans, and makes the plans easier to understand.  

One of the new features that will be presented in this session, is a new variant of EXPLAIN that provides a structured presentation of the query plan in JSON format. We will give several examples of how the new structured output will make it easier to understand MySQL's query plans.

While MySQL so far has only supported EXPLAIN for SELECT statements, MySQL 5.6 will also support EXPLAIN for INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE statements. This presentation will also give insight into how one can take advantage of this new feature.

Finally, we will give an introduction to MySQL Optimizer Tracing. This is an advanced tool that will not only present WHAT query plan has been selected by the query optimizer, but also give information about WHY this particular query plan was selected. 


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avatar for Øystein Grøvlen

Øystein Grøvlen

Oracle NO
Øystein Grøvlen is a Senior Principal Software Engineer in the MySQL group at Oracle, where he works on the MySQL Query Optimizer. Dr. Grøvlen has a PhD in Computer Science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Before joining the MySQL team 5 years ago, he was... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
5. Lofoten SAS Hotellet

4:00pm CEST

Pump up the volume! The APEX Data Loader inside out (P5)

Since APEX 4.1 we've got the built-in feature of the Data Loader. This feature isn't widely used yet and that is a shame. In this session you will learn all the nifty features of this particular piece of APEX functionality. Afterwards you will be able to use it yourself,  making your life a lot easier and your users a lot happier.


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avatar for Roel Hartman

Roel Hartman

Director, APEX Consulting
Roel is a very experienced Oracle Software Architect. He started about 20 years ago using Oracle RDBMS 5, Oracle Forms 2.3, RPT/RPF and Oracle*Case 4.5 - since then he used all versions of these products. Since a few years he focuses mainly on Oracle Application Express.In his daily... Read More →


Wednesday April 17, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
2. Christiania SAS Hotellet
 
Thursday, April 18
 

11:00am CEST

Velkommen

Åpning av konferansen ved Frank Vikingstad. Samt presentasjon av årets sponsorer.


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avatar for Frank Vikingstad

Frank Vikingstad

CEO, SYSCO AS
President OUGN, founder and CEO of Oracle partner SYSCO AS


Thursday April 18, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am CEST
0. Show Lounge Color Magic

11:20am CEST

Mentalist
Thursday April 18, 2013 11:20am - 12:00pm CEST
0. Show Lounge Color Magic

12:00pm CEST

Keynote - Duncan Harris (Oracle)

From EasySQL to CPUs - Oracle's Journey through Software Security Assurance

 

In 1994, Oracle suffered its first known product vulnerability and reacted by sending a patch to every customer on tape or those new shiny CDs.  But Oracle's dedication to security famously goes back to its first customer, the CIA.  Nearly twenty years and several product acquisitions later, Oracle's approach to security assurance, the effort to make all our products secure and vulnerability free, is still rooted in that history of putting protection of its customers first.  This presentation will run through that history, pick out specific lessons from Oracle’s Software Security Assurance program that can help you assess the maturity of your own security practices, and consider what’s coming for security assurance.


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avatar for Duncan Harris

Duncan Harris

Senior Director of Security Assurance, Oracle
Duncan Harris is senior director of security assurance at Oracle, responsible for all productsecurity vulnerability handling, for Oracle's internal ethical hacking team, for formal productsecurity evaluations such as Common Criteria and FIPS 140, and for defining, educating,evangelising... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 12:00pm - 12:30pm CEST
0. Show Lounge Color Magic

12:30pm CEST

Keynote: Learning about Life through Business and Software

I run a software business, I help my wife raise three children, and I like to think. I especially like to think in metaphors—to learn in one area and then apply that knowledge in another area that seems completely unlrelated. Raising children and running a business put everything in my mind to use; in fact, the jobs push me beyond my own capacity sometimes. In this talk, I’ll share some of the ideas that I’ve learned about raising a family from running my business, and vice versa. I’ll talk about why thinking clearly is more important than the right answer, how testing in schools should be more like good software testing, and what I’ve learned about the pursuit of happiness. 


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avatar for Cary Millsap

Cary Millsap

MethodR
Cary Millsap is an entrepreneur, software technology advisor, software developer, and Oracle software performance specialist. His technical papers are quoted in many Oracle books, in Wikipedia, in blogs all over the world, and in dozens of conference presentations each month. His... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 12:30pm - 1:30pm CEST
0. Show Lounge Color Magic

1:30pm CEST

Lunch
Thursday April 18, 2013 1:30pm - 3:00pm CEST
Restaurant Color Magic

3:00pm CEST

Fast ETL processes using native Oracle features (P6)

This case study will describe how an unmanageable 14 hour data warehouse load process was converted to use native Oracle features to reduce the execution time to under half an hour. As well as looking at the well-known technical features used,  the presentation will highlight the organisational and operational challenges of implementing a new approach in a large commercial organisation and explain how they were addressed. The focus will be delivering fast and resilient solutions to business requirements using features that most customers have already paid for but may be unaware of.


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avatar for Doug Burns

Doug Burns

Bayvale Consulting Services Ltd
Doug is an Oracle 9i Certified Professional DBA with over 20 years experience in a wide range of environments and has used Oracle versions 6 through to 11g on a number of different operating systems, including RAC, OEM Grid Control and ASM. He currently works as an Oracle specialist... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

3:00pm CEST

Exadata OLTP (P7)

Exadata is targeted by Oracle at both data warehousing and OLTP. But what can you expect from Exadata in an OLTP environment? What are the strengths and weaknesses? 

This session focusses on the different layers for data storage with Exadata, how to use them and what performance to expect.

The Oracle Exadata database machine is positioned as both a resolution for data warehousing and online transaction processing (OLTP). But does Oracle Exadata give you a 10x plus performance improvement in any case, and specifically with online transaction processing type queries? This session focuses on doing online transaction processing on Oracle Exadata with particular attention on doing logical IO using the Oracle buffer cache and on doing physical IO in which the function of the flash cache is shown. The last part covers writing on the Oracle database machine, which also is important for performing OLTP. 

So, if you want to understand more of the performance implications of using Oracle Exadata for OLTP like databases, this is the session to go to.


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avatar for Frits Hoogland

Frits Hoogland

VX Company
As an IT professional specializing in Oracle database performance and internals, Frits Hoogland makes frequent Oracle technical presentations in the Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Slovenia and the United States. He actively contributes to the Oracle community, especially Oracle Forums... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

3:00pm CEST

How Virtualisation Changed My Life (P31)

Virtualisation technology has provided a fantastic opportunity for IT professionals to educate themselves on Oracle technologies with a trivial budget. Test environments are often scarce, but it doesn't have to be this way. There are many options available for virtualisation and the appropriateness of each depends on what you wish to achieve. Numerous examples of what can be built, tested and evaluated on laptops and low cost desktop hardware are covered.


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avatar for Martin Nash

Martin Nash

ORAsavon
Martin is an exceptionally enthusiastic Oracle Database specialist with considerable experience working on Oracle RAC and Exadata systems. He is passionate about the role virtualisation can play in education and testing; and keen to share this with others. Now predominantly working... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

3:00pm CEST

SOA Made Simple: Service Design (P33)

This presentation provides a summary of the Service Design chapter of the upcoming SOA Made Simple book. Services are key a key aspect of any SOA. Once you have identified what services your clients require, you can start designing these services by designing their operations, and the input and output of these operations. Service design principles indicate what qualities a service needs to have in order to be a usable building block in the architecture you are trying to achieve. When services are poorly designed or poorly implemented, your solution architecture will probably have little value for the business as well. What we need are sound design principles that help us as a service provider to create (re)useable services, and help us as service consumer to judge if the services that we use (or want to use) are well designed ones. This presentation includes several service design principles and quality-of-service aspects that can be used as checklist when creating, buying, or reviewing services. Such design principles include isolation and idempotency. Most important is that services need to be easy to use, must provide value, and that they can be trusted by (future) consumers.


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RV

Ronald van Luttikhuizen

Vennster
Ronald is an consultant and managing partner at Vennster, a consultancy focusing on SOA, BPM, and User Experience. He has experience in IT in various roles such as coach, architect, (lead) designer/developer, analyst, and team lead. Ronald currently focuses on information and solution... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

3:00pm CEST

Simplifying Your Data Audits with Oracle 11g's Flashback Data Archive (P8)

For those of us who've suffered through Sarbanes-Oxley audits in order to ensure regulatory compliance, we know how tedious and time-consuming point-in-time data access for reporting purposes can be.Furthermore, what happens when point-in-time events are recalled that are made erroneous due to data tampering?  How do you prove that point-in-time data has been altered by a privileged user?  If privileged users are able to change point-in-time data and ultimately rewrite history then a company may as well have no change tracking regulations in place at all.Using Oracle 11g's Flashback Data Archive, you can apply total point-in-time control to your sensitive data.  With a new flashback data archiver process, you can mine undo data that the instance is already generating.  There's no extra overhead affecting transactions against tables being archived.Additionally, little to no programming effort is required.  Gone is the need to design your own archive tables, write your own code, and debug your own triggers.  This presentation will compare the effort required to create and maintain an application using Oracle 11g's Flashback Data Archive with that of the same type of application that provides similar capabilities using a homegrown solution.  Additionally, improvements for Oracle 11g's Flashback Data Archive as of 11gR2 will be highlighted.


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avatar for Melanie Caffrey

Melanie Caffrey

Oracle US
Melanie Caffrey is a senior development manager for Oracle Corporation, providing front-end and back-end Oracle solutions for the business needs of various clients.  She is co-author of several technical publications including Expert PL/SQL Practices for Oracle Developers and DBAs... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic
  Security

3:00pm CEST

Integrating Oracle Business Intelligence with Oracle Fusion Middleware: Tips and Techniques (P32)

Oracle Business Intelligence, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, brings a metadata layer, shared/user-defined calculation, interactive dashboards and visualizations, and connectivity to Oracle Essbase multidimensional analysis. It shares security, an Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) development environment, and management tools with the rest of the Oracle Fusion Middleware suite, so BI can be embedded into applications, business processes, and portals. This session shows BI functionality’s use in Oracle Fusion Middleware applications and business processes and how BI dashboards and other visualizations can be used in Oracle ADF applications. You’ll see what works, what’s not quite there, and how Oracle uses integration capabilities in Oracle Fusion Applications.


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avatar for Mark Rittman

Mark Rittman

Rittman Mead
Mark Rittman is an Oracle ACE Director and author of the Oracle Press books ʺOracle Business Intelligence Developers Guideʺ and ʺOracle Exalytics Revealedʺ. Mark is co-founder of Rittman Mead and has worked in the Oracle BI & DW work for 15 years, is a regular contributor to Oracle... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic

3:00pm CEST

Thinking Clearly about Performance (P21)

Creating high-performance as an attribute of complex software is extremely difficult business for developers, technology administrators, architects, system analysts, and project managers. However, by understanding some fundamental principles, performance problem solving and prevention can be made far simpler and more reliable. This paper describes those principles, linking them together in a coherent journey covering the goals, the terms, the tools, and the decisions that you need to maximize your application’s chance of having a long, productive, high-performance life. Examples in this paper touch upon Oracle experiences, but the scope of the paper is not restricted to Oracle products.

 


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avatar for Cary Millsap

Cary Millsap

MethodR
Cary Millsap is an entrepreneur, software technology advisor, software developer, and Oracle software performance specialist. His technical papers are quoted in many Oracle books, in Wikipedia, in blogs all over the world, and in dozens of conference presentations each month. His... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 3:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

4:00pm CEST

IT disasters and how to survive them (P107)

Most presentations are about cool, new technology or great things people have done and want to brag about.This one is not. It is about when technology breaks, things go wrong or projects fail. It is all based on real experiences. Mostly my own. They say you learn from your mistakes and maybe I have. At least, I have never been sacked so far... This is a chance for you to also learn from my mistakes or, at least, laugh at them. 


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Thursday April 18, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

4:00pm CEST

Setting up RAC for planned downtime (P27)

Real Application Clusters are not just about avoiding unplanned downtime. They also help a lot with planned maintenance like hardware and operating updates and rolling patches. With the right setup, administrators do not need to get up for maintenance windows in the middle of the night to apply patchsets anymore. Using the right planning and strategy, routine tasks can be dealt with while the database is up and running. This presentation walks through the proper setup of applications, implementation of services and shows how perform maintenance in such a way that applications and end users do not even notice.


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avatar for Björn Rost

Björn Rost

portrix systems GmbH
Björn is the co-founder and CEO of a full service provider focused on Oracle Technology from Servers, Storage and Solaris to Real Application Cluster databases and Desktop Virtualization. He is passionate about sharing knowledge and has enjoyed speaking at several conferences and... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

4:00pm CEST

Database Service Cloud and Application Express (P51)

In this presentation, I will explain the architecture from Database Service Cloud and delivering a "live"demo from tools within the Database Cloud.

- Restful Web Services

- Data Upload /Download to the Database Service Cloud by making use of Application Express and SQL Developer

 


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avatar for Iloon Ellen-Wolff

Iloon Ellen-Wolff

Oracle NL
Iloon Ellen-Wolff started working with Oracle twenty one years ago, employed by several software houses in the Netherlands. Her experience goes back to Oracle Forms version 2 and Report*writer. Almost fourteen years ago, she started working for Oracle Support Services for the developer... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

4:00pm CEST

“Taming the Tiger”: Adaptive Case Management Using Oracle BPM Suite (P58)

Generally speaking “case management” relates to the handling of activities pertaining to “cases” where a case can be a customer request or a complaint, delivery of a patient-care, a complex document processing, a non-trivial decision making, and the like. Ability to perform case management well rewards companies with superior customer satisfaction and competitive advantage, and hence the constant pursuit to improve this ability. However, a general framework for case management is far from simple. Case-related activities may be automated or human-tasks or a combination. Exact steps leading to the end-goal (often a resolution) of case activities are often not known a priori; depending on the evolution of the context of the case different case workers may have to perform different set of tasks in sequences that may sometime be non-repeatable albeit with in some rules and guidelines. All-in-all case management involves high degree of collaboration and context-dependent actions of “knowledge workers” some of which may be ad-hoc thus distinguishing itself from conventional BPM. This presentation will describe, using concepts and examples, how Oracle BPM Suite leverages its advanced platform-level features to facilitate execution efficiency and improvement of a wide variety of case management types and styles.


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avatar for Dr. Manas Deb

Dr. Manas Deb

Oracle US
Dr. Manas Deb is a senior director in the Fusion Middleware/SOA and BPM Suite product group at Oracle HQ; he has been leading outbound product management globally; his current focus is on strategic customer engagements. Manas has worked in the software industry for over 20 years... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

4:00pm CEST

What’s Oracle Doing to Secure its Products? (P104)

The public face of Oracle’s product security is its quarterly security patches or Critical Patch Updates and the occasional Security Alert that fix vulnerabilities that are being actively exploited “in the wild”.  As well as reviewing Oracle's product vulnerability handling practices, this presentation will explain the core elements and challenges of the less public but broader and more important Oracle Software Security Assurance program including:

  • Secure development processes and practices, and the foundation on which they're built, Oracle's Secure Coding and Development Standards that include lessons learned from past experiences
  • Comprehensive security analysis and testing
  • Secure configurations with guides and utilities to identify deviation from known secure states
  • Independent product security testing evaluations and validations
  • Building a decentralised, delegated, internal security community
  • Applying security bar-raising changes
  • Introducing cultural and process change to new product acquisitions

 


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avatar for Duncan Harris

Duncan Harris

Senior Director of Security Assurance, Oracle
Duncan Harris is senior director of security assurance at Oracle, responsible for all productsecurity vulnerability handling, for Oracle's internal ethical hacking team, for formal productsecurity evaluations such as Common Criteria and FIPS 140, and for defining, educating,evangelising... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

5:00pm CEST

Den utømmelige verktøykassen ODI. Hvordan bruke den til ETL. (P67)

Oracle Data Integrator er et allsidig produkt som kan brukes på mange måter.

I dette foredraget vil jeg vise hvordan ODI brukes til ETL. Fremgangsmåten for ETLutvikling med ODI skiller seg fra OWB og andre tradisjonelle ETL-verktøy. Jeg vil drøfte hvordan vi kan nyttegjøre oss av disse forskjellene til å heve kvaliteten på ETL-arbeidet og vise hvor effektivt og dynamisk vi kan utvikle i ODI, om vi bruker verktøyet riktig. Det hjelper lite å ha en hammer tilgjengelig når du trenger tang og i ODI kan vi skape oss en tang om behovet melder seg. Jeg vil også vise hvordan verktøyet kan tilpasses behovet og komme med konkrete eksempler på effektiv utviklingsmetodikk med ODI.

 


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avatar for Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Fredrik Hoem Grelland

Bicon AS
Fredrik er Bicons faglige ressurs på Oracles ʺnyeʺ verktøy for datavarehus og Business Intelligence. Han har jobbet med både OBIEE og ODI siden verktøyene var i Oracles eiendom, og er ansett for å være blandt Norges desidert dyktigste på disse verktøyene. Dette, sammen med... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic
  BI/DWH

5:00pm CEST

Implementering av privat database cloud hos NAV (P102)

Historien om hvordan NAV skulle serve opptil 700 konsulenter med databaser. En kort presentasjon av et stort prosjekt for modernisering av

Software hos NAV. Prosjektert kommer til å gå over mange år og vil ha stort behov for databaser undeveis, for å kunne levere dette har NAV implementert Database-as-a-Service. Dette består av en portal for bestilling av databaser og Database pools for provisjonering av databasene.

 

Dette har automatisert og standardisert prosessen rundt laging av databaser enormt hos NAV.

 


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avatar for Trond Brenna

Trond Brenna

Oracle NO
Trond Brenna er inne i sin andre periode i Oracle. Han jobber nå som Pre-sale på Core Tech. Der jobber han med database opsjonene og Enterprise Manager. I tillegg har han jobbet mye med sikkerhetsproduktene. Forrige periode i Oracle ble tilbrakt i kursrommene til Oracle, med database... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

5:00pm CEST

MySQL Query Optimizer: an overview (P69)

The query optimizers job is to generate an efficient execution plan. In this presentation we will give an introduction to the main building blocks and strategies of the MySQL Query Optimizer.


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avatar for Jørgen Løland

Jørgen Løland

Principal Software Engineer, MySQL, Oracle NO
Jørgen is a software engineer working on query optimization in MySQL.


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

5:00pm CEST

Neste databaseversjon – 45 minutter for DBAer (P68)

Ny versjon er på gang! Hva bør jeg kjenne til? Foredraget dekker stort og smått som kan forandre DBAens sin hverdag.


Nøkkelord: EM Database Express, CDB/PDB, Unified Audit Trail, SYSBACKUP/SYSDG/SYSKM, Data Redaction, RMAN table recovery,Multiple indexes, Usynlige kolumner, DDL logging, Partielle indeks mm.


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avatar for Magnus Isaksson

Magnus Isaksson

Crayon AS
Instruktør/Konsulent, med 15 års erfaring med Oracle Database. Oracle Certified Professional på alle versjoner fra og med Oracle 8. Bakgrunn som instruktør, Oracle University Norge.


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

5:00pm CEST

SQL Plan Management (P71)

En gjennomgang av oppsett og bruk av funksjonalitet tilknyttet ʺSQL Plan Management. Praktisk bruk demonstreres.


Foredragsholdere
TS

Trygve S. Tollaksen

DATAESS AS
SQL Plan ManagementGod og stabil ytelse i en database er alltid avhengig av hvordan enkelt spørringer utføres.ʺSQL Plan Managermentʺ er en innebygd database mekanisme for å stabilisere ytelse ved oppgradering og andre situasjoner medføre at spørringer endrer eksekveringsplan... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

5:00pm CEST

Weblogic 12c - experiences (P79)

e-vita has been involved in several Weblogic 12c-projects. We will in this presentation give you some of the learnings from those projects. All of the projects were based on existing Application Server 10g-solutions.  You win some - you lose some. Weblogic Server 12c incluces much more functionality that OC4J, but the 10g Application Server also included many products in the stack: Webcache, LDAP(OID), SSO etc. This is all functionality that you need to handle in the new architecture also.


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avatar for Cato Aune

Cato Aune

e-vita as
Cato is an experienced consultant that has installed SOA and Weblogic at some of the larger SOA-customers in Norway.
avatar for Jon Petter Hjulstad

Jon Petter Hjulstad

e-vita as
The presenters have a long experience in developing, installing and administering Fusion Middleware. Jon Petter is in charge of Competence development in the SOA team, where he is specialist in Fusion Middleware Development especially around SOA Suite, BPM Suite, Database and Weblogic... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

5:00pm CEST

SQL injection by example (in webapplications) (P36)

The SQL injection problem is solved! Why does this problem still exists? By examples in a web application the problem will be explained in detail.


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avatar for Asbjørn R. Thorsen

Asbjørn R. Thorsen

UiO/USIT
Cand.Scient (Master) from University in Oslo. Group- and development leader. Particularly interested in web application security and pen-testing.


Thursday April 18, 2013 5:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

Using Predictive Analytics in Oracle (P46)

The Oracle Advanced Analytics option comes with two powerful predictive analytics tools. This presentation will have a look at how to get started with predictive analytics using the work-flows based Oracle Data Mining tool. The presentation will take the form of a demonstration of the Oracle Data Miner tool. It will commence with an overview of how to get started and setting up the tool and the database for data mining. The main part of the demonstration will concentrate on using Oracle Data Miner to create a number of predictive data mining models. Once we have identified our perferred predictive more the presentation will conclude with a demonstrataion of how you can use this predictive model on new data.


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avatar for Brendan Tierney

Brendan Tierney

DIT
Brendan is an independent consultant and lectures on Data Mining and Advanced Databases in the Dublin Institute of Technology in Ireland. Brendan is an Oracle ACE Director and has extensive experience working in the areas of Data Warehousing, Data Mining, Data Architecture and Database... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 6:45pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

What's new in Oracle database Application development (P41)

This general session takes a look at what's been new in the last year in Oracle Database Application Development tools using the Latest Generation of Database Technology. Topics range from Oracle SQL Developer and Oracle Application Express to Java and PHP.


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avatar for Tom Kyte

Tom Kyte

Senior Technical Architect, Oracle US
Tom Kyte is a Senior Technical Architect in Oracle's Server Technology Division. Before starting at Oracle, Kyte worked as a systems integrator building large-scale, heterogeneous databases and applications, mostly for military and government customers. Kyte spends a great deal of... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 6:45pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

Starting Mobile Development wit APEX (P10)

With the release of APEX 4.2 we can develop applications for mobile devices like we've never done before. In this session you will learn (and see) how to develop an application that doesn't only look awesome, but is also full of functionality. Forms, Reports, transitions, etc. : After this session you can build everything you've seen in a native application yourself!


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avatar for Roel Hartman

Roel Hartman

Director, APEX Consulting
Roel is a very experienced Oracle Software Architect. He started about 20 years ago using Oracle RDBMS 5, Oracle Forms 2.3, RPT/RPF and Oracle*Case 4.5 - since then he used all versions of these products. Since a few years he focuses mainly on Oracle Application Express.In his daily... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 6:45pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

RAC Global Resource Management Concepts (P12)

This Presentation focuses on the Global Management of resources in a RAC environment. It covers Library Cache, Row Cache, Result Cache and Buffer Cache coordination and management, discussing the concepts underlying the the control of access to resources from multiple instances. The talk focuses most on buffer cache fusion for various scenarios involving read and write access to the same block from multiple instances


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avatar for Joel Goodman

Joel Goodman

Oracle UK
Joel Goodman has been in the computing industry for 36 years after obtaining his degree in Computer Information Sciences. He 18 years experience with Oracle DBA technology in support, consulting and training. He is the OU EMEA Core  Delivery Technical Team Leader for whom he speaks... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

Java EE Cloud Smackdown (P37)

With Java EE 7 cloud should have been added to the specification. Allowing for a broad ecosystem of PaaS providers to jump on the train. Because of the missing maturity and field experiences this has been delayed to EE 8. However there are some offerings on the market already. This talk throws light onto how they differentiate from each other and which ones are the right ones for Java EE. Featuring: CloudBees, OpenShift, Elastic Beanstalk, Jelastic and Oracle Java Service.


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avatar for Markus Eisele

Markus Eisele

msg systems ag
Markus is a principal technology consultant working for msg systems ag in Germany. Markus is a software architect, developer and consultant. He also writes for IT magazines. Markus joined msg in 2002 and has been a member of the Center of Competence IT-Architecture for nine years... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

Simplifying Application Deployment in Cloud using Virtual assemblies and EM 12c (P99)

Abstract

Oracle virtual assemblies provide a great way to simply the deployment of enterprise-classmulti-tier applications and their configuration dependencies. Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder11gR1 can create Oracle virtual assembly packages by capturing the state of an installedapplication topology. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c can deploy these assemblies in the cloudresulting in fully operational application stack within minutes. This session will walk youstep by step through the Oracle virtual assembly creation process. Then we will discuss theconfiguration of an infrastructure cloud based on Oracle VM and Oracle Enterprise Manager12c Cloud Control and demonstrate how to use Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control todeploy an assembly on the Oracle infrastructure cloud.


What to learn:


1. How to deploy applications in virtual environment with Oracle virtual assembly
2. How to create/edit Oracle virtual assembly using Oracle virtual Assembly builder 11gR13. The configuration of Oracle infrastructure cloud base on Oracle VM and how to deploy anassembly in on the Oracle infrastructure cloud using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c CloudControl


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avatar for Kai Yu

Kai Yu

Dell Inc.
Kai Yu is a senior engineer and solution architect in Dell Oracle Solutions Engineering Lab and has been working with Oracle Technology as an Oracle DBA, Oracle Apps DBA since 1995.   Kai specializes in Oracle RAC, Oracle E-Business suite and Oracle VM, and also has extensive knowledge... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

6:00pm CEST

Deployment best practices for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite (P47)

Deployment in a Service oriented environment is slightly more complicated because the endpoints and other settings need to be changed when promoting the components through QA, Staging and production systems. The Oracle SOA suite offers different mechanisms for different components: Configuration plans for SCA components and customization files for the OSB. You can either deploy an artifact manually, or script the deployment using ant or WLST. This session will discuss the different settings you can adjust in configuration plans and customization files, a way of organizing these files in different situations and the use of scripting versus manual deployment.


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avatar for Lonneke Dikmans

Lonneke Dikmans

Vennster
Lonneke is a consultant and managing partner at Vennster. She is a certified BPMN professional who specializes in integration and SOA/BPM solutions. She has hands-on experience with process modeling, web services, service oriented architecture, and traditional J2EE applications on... Read More →


Thursday April 18, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

8:30pm CEST

Aperitiff
Thursday April 18, 2013 8:30pm - 9:00pm CEST
Restaurant Color Magic

9:00pm CEST

Middag (Dinner)
Thursday April 18, 2013 9:00pm - 11:00pm CEST
Restaurant Color Magic
 
Friday, April 19
 

7:00am CEST

Frokost (Breakfast)
Friday April 19, 2013 7:00am - 9:00am CEST
Restaurant Color Magic

9:00am CEST

Generalforsaming 2013
Foredragsholdere
avatar for Frank Vikingstad

Frank Vikingstad

CEO, SYSCO AS
President OUGN, founder and CEO of Oracle partner SYSCO AS


Friday April 19, 2013 9:00am - 9:30am CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

9:30am CEST

How to Deploy and Use your Oracle Data Miner Models in Production (P53)

There are a number of ways of applying a data mining model, developed using Oracle Data Miner (ODM), in SQL and PL/SQL. This presentation will demonstrate how to deploy your predictive model in your production database. When deployed we can use now use the ODM predictive model in batch processing and on individual records, thus allowing you to integrate the use of ODM into your applications. The presentation and demonstration will also show how you can perform what-if analysis using the ODM predictive models.


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avatar for Brendan Tierney

Brendan Tierney

DIT
Brendan is an independent consultant and lectures on Data Mining and Advanced Databases in the Dublin Institute of Technology in Ireland. Brendan is an Oracle ACE Director and has extensive experience working in the areas of Data Warehousing, Data Mining, Data Architecture and Database... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 10:15am CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic

9:30am CEST

A new model in IT Support for Engineered Systems (P112)

Mission-Critical IT solutions is now Mission-Essential. Downtime means los of sales and los of productivity. Oracle Engineered Systems is faster, more reliable and easier to manage. Oracle provides a new model in IT Support; Oracle Platinum that monitor and update the systems for Customers. Platinum Support is delivered with no additional cost to Premier Support. Share Norwegian Customer experience with Oracle Platinum Support.

Customer quote: 

“The platinum services offering have been a great addition to Oracle Premier Support. This level of support is unique in my experience. We saw results very quickly. Our experience has exceeded my expectations.”

Vincent Biddlecombe, Chief Technology Officer, Transplace

 

 


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avatar for Audun Hoff

Audun Hoff

Oracle NO
Audun has worked for Oracle since 1993 and has held several positions within the company. Currently working as Solution Architect in a Nordic Engineered Systems presale team. Main focus is to assist customers in designing a optimal infrastructure based on Exa products (Exadata, Exalogic... Read More →
avatar for Marit Lønvik

Marit Lønvik

Oracle NO
Marit Lønvik has been working in Oracle for 13 years and have experience from Practice and Project Management from Consulting and Customer Management for large Accounts in Support.


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 10:15am CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

9:30am CEST

Emerging trends in storage (P38)

For the last 2 years there were very interesting developments in storage technology, mainly around what is called SSD. NAND-flash based storage promises huge benefits due to the absence of rotational latency. I/O patterns should also not matter much anymore. This talk presents PCIe Flash Cards, FC-attached Flash Arrays (Violin, Fusion IO) and Enterprise Flash Drives and their pros and cons.

 


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avatar for Martin Bach

Martin Bach

Enkitec
Martin Bach is an Oracle database enthusiast and technical author. He specialised in the Oracle DBMS since 2001, with his main interests in high availability and disaster recovery solutions for mission critical 24x7 systems. Over the last years he spent more and more time discovering... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 10:15am CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic
  Core Tech

9:30am CEST

Odds and Ends (P18)

A collection of hints, tips, tools, features and techniques that over the years I’ve either seen, built myself or simply stolen from somebody smarter than myself.


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avatar for Connor McDonald

Connor McDonald

Connor McDonald is an Oracle Ace Director and over the past 18 years, has worked with systems in Australia, the UK, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and the United States.  He has co-authored three books, and has been a popular speaker at Oracle conferences around the world, specializing... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 10:15am CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

9:30am CEST

“Reining in the Herd”: Key Challenges and Remedial Strategies for Application Integration in the Cloud (P64)

Presently cloud computing momentum is quite high and is projected to grow even higher in the forthcoming years. As the adoption of cloud computing increases so does the requirement of integration involving applications in the cloud. Application integration in the context of cloud computing introduces some newer challenges and resurrects some of the old ones. Clouds represent a highly distributed environment and an integration task may involve a combination of applications that live in the cloud as well those that run inside a company’s firewalls. The integration engine itself may either be on-premise or in the cloud. Many operational requirements such exception-handling, end-to-end transaction visibility, performance, transactionality, security, high-availability and security can be big concerns in integrations that involve multi-app, multi-cloud and on- and off-premise situations. This presentation will summarize the major integration patterns in the cloud computing context; identify key challenges and discuss possible remedial strategies including the use of applicable Oracle integration technologies.


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avatar for Dr. Manas Deb

Dr. Manas Deb

Oracle US
Dr. Manas Deb is a senior director in the Fusion Middleware/SOA and BPM Suite product group at Oracle HQ; he has been leading outbound product management globally; his current focus is on strategic customer engagements. Manas has worked in the software industry for over 20 years... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 10:15am CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

9:30am CEST

To become secure, you need to understand where you are (P95)

The threat landscape is constant changing, how do we address the security challenge.

Data security should not be a one time exercise, but a integrated in the way we work. Oracle has developed an Security Reference Architecture  and a set of security assessment processes, and the session will give an introduction to these concepts.


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avatar for Duncan Harris

Duncan Harris

Senior Director of Security Assurance, Oracle
Duncan Harris is senior director of security assurance at Oracle, responsible for all productsecurity vulnerability handling, for Oracle's internal ethical hacking team, for formal productsecurity evaluations such as Common Criteria and FIPS 140, and for defining, educating,evangelising... Read More →
IO

Inge Os

Oracle NO


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 10:15am CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic
  Security

9:30am CEST

Master Class: Partitioning (P57)
Foredragsholdere
avatar for Joel Goodman

Joel Goodman

Oracle UK
Joel Goodman has been in the computing industry for 36 years after obtaining his degree in Computer Information Sciences. He 18 years experience with Oracle DBA technology in support, consulting and training. He is the OU EMEA Core  Delivery Technical Team Leader for whom he speaks... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 9:30am - 11:15am CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

10:30am CEST

Endeca Customer POC (P80)

Many companies uses both Twitter and Facebook in their contact with the customers. Such social medias are unstructured data sources that ought to be taken in to the BI solution for analysis. Bicon therefore set up an Endeca POC for one of their customers, with focus on two things:
• Which possibilities will Endeca give the customer when it comes to analysing unstructured “big data”?
• How does Endeca fit in with the architecture of the existing Data Warehouse and BI environment?

The presentation will be split in three parts:
• The main focus of this presentation is to explain how Endeca fits in with an already existing BI and Data Warehouse environment, in such a way that Endeca becomes more of an extension – rather than an addition – to the BI landscape.
• The presentation will also talk about the technical part of loading “big data” from social medias.
• Finally, there will be a live demo of the end-user tool. The demo is based on one of the use-cases in the POC.


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avatar for Truls Bergersen

Truls Bergersen

Bicon AS
Truls Bergersen is the CEO of Bicon AS – Norway’s leading BI and Data Warehouse competency company with focus on the Oracle platform. Truls is also one of the country's most skilled and experienced BI- and Data Warehouse architects. He is a certified Oracle BI specialist, and... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic
  BI/DWH

10:30am CEST

10053 trace files - Mostly Harmless (P11)

The trace files generated by setting event 10053 are usually considered some of the longest and least understandable that Oracle generates. However, they are sometimes very useful in understanding why the Cost Based Optimizer has produced what appears to be a bad execution plan and recent versions have become more readable. This presentation will give you a taste of the trace file contents and encourage you to use them when analysing SQL performance issues. - What they are and how to generate them- Why they are useful and mostly harmless- Walk-through of example trace files to highlight overall structure and useful sections- Examples of problems that you can identify using 10053 trace files”


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avatar for Doug Burns

Doug Burns

Bayvale Consulting Services Ltd
Doug is an Oracle 9i Certified Professional DBA with over 20 years experience in a wide range of environments and has used Oracle versions 6 through to 11g on a number of different operating systems, including RAC, OEM Grid Control and ASM. He currently works as an Oracle specialist... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

10:30am CEST

About multiblock reads (P2)

This presentation focusses on multiblock reads, the IO method for full scans for every version of the Oracle database. Whilst being a very old and common IO method, different functionality of this method has silently been introduced with version 11 of the database. Also new functionality with multiblock reads have been made default behavior and available with version 11 and again with version 11.2.


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avatar for Frits Hoogland

Frits Hoogland

VX Company
As an IT professional specializing in Oracle database performance and internals, Frits Hoogland makes frequent Oracle technical presentations in the Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Slovenia and the United States. He actively contributes to the Oracle community, especially Oracle Forums... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

10:30am CEST

An introduction to SQL tuning (P109)

In this presentation I will cover the basics of SQL tuning. I will talk about using and understanding Explain Plan and what the COST of a step or statement really means. I will show you SQL Monitor and what it adds to understanding the Explain Plan. HINTs will be covered and the ways to use indexes and partitions to aid SQL performance. I will also cover come of the information the CBO uses to understand your database and decide on the execution plan. No prior tuning knowledge is required but by the end of the talk I aim to have shown you enough to understand generally how the CBO works and how to understand the Explain Plan and spot when things are wrong.


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Friday April 19, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

10:30am CEST

Automatic for the People - End to end automatic testing of your APEX application (P15)

Continuous integration is a well known aspect of Java development projects. Key here is automated testing of all parts of the solution, back-end as well as front-end. In this session you will learn how to use not only the already better known automated back-end testing facilities for PL/SQL, but also how to automate testing of your user interface. Using this approach you can execute regression tests,aiming at a reliable and stable outcome.


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avatar for Roel Hartman

Roel Hartman

Director, APEX Consulting
Roel is a very experienced Oracle Software Architect. He started about 20 years ago using Oracle RDBMS 5, Oracle Forms 2.3, RPT/RPF and Oracle*Case 4.5 - since then he used all versions of these products. Since a few years he focuses mainly on Oracle Application Express.In his daily... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

10:30am CEST

What is in the next release of Oracle database for Java developers? (P30)

The next Oracle database technology brings a wealth of key features for Java developers.

In the first part of the session, Java developers will learn about new enhancements for Java in the database including: the ability to choose Java SE 6 or Java SE 7 at database installation or migration, customizing the default Java security, JNDI, and Java logging.

In the second part of the session, Java developers will learn about new JDBC and Universal Connection Pool enhancements including: support for latest Java/JDBC standards, extreme scalability with support for Database Resident Connection Pooling (DRCP), Application Continuity and Transaction Guard that mask outages and guarantee maximum availability by minimizing disruption to users in Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) and Oracle Data Guard environments, and  improved manageability.


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avatar for Kuassi Mensah

Kuassi Mensah

Oracle US
Kuassi Mensah is director of product management for Oracle database access frameworks (Net Services, DRCP, TAF), database programming APIs (Java, C/C++, PHP, Ruby, Python, Perl), and In-Database Mapreduce. Kuassi holds an MS in computer sciences from the Programming Institute of University... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 10:30am - 11:15am CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

11:30am CEST

Change Data Capture med ODI og Golden Gate (P59)

En vanlig problemstilling ved ETL-utvikling er hvordan man på en enkel og sikker måte kan identifisere nye, oppdaterte og slettede rader i kildesystemet. Dette, sammen med brukernes krav om sanntidsdata i datavarehuset, gjør Change Data Capture (CDC) til en stadig viktigere del av virksomheters ETL-strategi. Oracle har flere produkter som kan benyttes til CDC, bl.a. Oracle Streams, Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) og Oracle Golden Gate. Dette foredraget vil fokusere på hvordan de to sistnevnte verktøyene kan brukes i kombinasjon for å spore endringer i kildesystemet og laste disse inn i datavarehuset.


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avatar for Helge Flatgård

Helge Flatgård

Bicon AS
Helge Flatgård har jobbet med Oracleteknologi siden 2001, først som DBA-instruktør i Oracle University, siden som konsulent i Oracle Consulting og Bicon AS. De siste seks årene har han hovedsaklig jobbet med datavarehusdesign, ETL-utvikling og teknisk arkitektur. Han har ogs... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:15pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic
  BI/DWH

11:30am CEST

Optimizing OLTP Oracle Database Performance using PCIe SSD (P97)

PCIe SSD is an enterprise class high performance storage device. It is built with SLC NAND flashand designed for applications that require low latency and high IOPs (IO Per Second) operation.OLTP database workloads which require very low storage IO latency with many small randomread/write IO operations are the ideal cases to use PCIe SSDs to improve the performance.To understand how much PCIe SSDs can really improve OLTP database performance andthe related best practices, we have done a series of performance studies of using PCIe SSDfor various Oracle database configurations including PCI SSD as Oracle smart flash cache.This studies are based a single node Oracle 11g R2 database as well as a two node 11gR2Oracle Real Application clusters (RAC) database with Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.2 platform.This presentation is to examine each of these case studies and the compare the performanceimprovements of these cases.
What to learn:
Introduction to Solid State Disk technology and PCIe SSDs and their IO performancecharacteristics2. Use cases of using PCIe SSDs for Oracle database and the Performance analysis of the usecases3. The recommended best practices of using PCIe SSDs for optimizing Oracle databaseperformance
1.


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avatar for Kai Yu

Kai Yu

Dell Inc.
Kai Yu is a senior engineer and solution architect in Dell Oracle Solutions Engineering Lab and has been working with Oracle Technology as an Oracle DBA, Oracle Apps DBA since 1995.   Kai specializes in Oracle RAC, Oracle E-Business suite and Oracle VM, and also has extensive knowledge... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:15pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

11:30am CEST

Parallelize or Perish: Implementing ADOP, IMPE, and DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE for Maximum Performance (P52)

Oracle Database Release 11.2.0.2 introduced several new features directly related to parallelization of SQL statements, including Auto Degree of Parallelism (ADOP) and In-Memory Parallel Execution (IMPE). Oracle DBA and Oracle University instructor Jim Czuprynski will demonstrate how to implement these latest parallelism features to provide maximum performance benefits - for DML as well as queries - within your Oracle 11gR2 database environments.

 

Through presentations and online demonstrations, this session will:

- Explore the new parallelism features, especially ADOP and IMPE, in Oracle Database 11.2.0.2

- Explain how to implement the appropriate initialization parameters, hints, and object decoration to influence parallelism for maximum effectiveness

- Demonstrate how to use the feature set of the DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE package to apply these new parallelism features to DML statements

 

1. Parallelism in Oracle 11.2.0.2: A Whole New Ballgame

2. Object “Decoration”

3. Policies for Parallelism

a. PARALLEL_DEGREE_POLICY and PARALLEL_MIN_TIME_THRESHOLD

b. PARALLEL_THREADS_PER_CPU

c. PARALLLEL_TARGET_PERCENTAGE and PARALLEL_DEGREE_LIMIT

d. PARALLEL_SERVERS_TARGET and PARALLEL_QUEUE_TIMEOUT

4. Putting It All Together: Some Practical Demonstrations

5. Parallelizing Batch Operations

a. DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE

b. “Chunking” Batch Operations in Parallel

6. Monitoring Parallel Execution

7. Conclusions

 


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avatar for Jim Czuprynski

Jim Czuprynski

Zero Defect Computing, Inc.
Jim Czuprynski has accumulated over 30 years of experience during his information technology career. He has filled diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies in those three decades - mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager - before... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:15pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

11:30am CEST

Java session with Arun Gupta
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Arun Gupta

Oracle US
Arun Gupta is a technology enthusiast, a passionate runner, author, and a community guy who works for Oracle Corp. 


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:15pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

11:30am CEST

What's New In 12c You Won't Hear About From Oracle (P66)

With every new release of the Oracle Database the majority of new features are not discussed by Oracle. This presentation will focus on those new features that are included in the base release and show, live in SQL*Plus, how to get maximum value from upgrading to version 12c.

 


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avatar for Daniel Morgan

Daniel Morgan

Morgan's Library
Oracle ACE Director Dan Morgan is the Morgan behind Morgan's Library (www.morganslibrary.org) on the web.In 2009 Morgan retired from the University of Washington where he developed the Oracle instruction program and had been its primary instructor since 1998. In addition to his his... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:30pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

11:30am CEST

In-Database MapReduce: When Hadoop Meets Exadata (P25)

There is a growing need to apply MapReduce analytics techniques to business data stored in RDBMS however, data shipping from RDBMS to a Hadoop cluster is generally a bad idea with lot of issues. How about bringing MapReduce/Hadoop to the RDBMS instead? There are many initiatives and projects in this area. The next release of Oracle database plans to furnish In-Database MapReduce. This session describes the implementation of a database resident Hadoop container, built-in the Oracle database RDBMS engine, which lets you drop-in and run Hadoop Mappers and Reducers directly against RDBMS tables. The major benefits of this implementation are: source compatibility with Hadoop, minimal dependency on Hadoop infrastructure, Java and SQL interfaces.The seamless integration of Hadoop MapReduce steps in SQL statements and OLTP, ease of development, deployment and administration (any DBA can deploy MapReduce/Hadop jobs).Furthermore  MapReduce and Hadoop jobs running in the database get all the quality of services of the Oracle RDBMS and Exadata such as enterprise class security, data compression, and many more.


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avatar for Kuassi Mensah

Kuassi Mensah

Oracle US
Kuassi Mensah is director of product management for Oracle database access frameworks (Net Services, DRCP, TAF), database programming APIs (Java, C/C++, PHP, Ruby, Python, Perl), and In-Database Mapreduce. Kuassi holds an MS in computer sciences from the Programming Institute of University... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:30pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

11:30am CEST

PL/SQL enhancements brought by the latest generation of database technology (P84)

The latest generation of database technology brings PL/SQL enhancements in these categories: transparent performance improvements; new PL/SQL language features for better performance, new functionality, and improved programming usability; and new supplied package APIs. This session will explain improvements in PL/SQL-to-SQL interoperability, improvements in how PL/SQL subprograms can be invoked from outside of the database, new constructs to improve modularization, and new APIs to assist tracing and the diagnosis of run-time errors. Other improvements will also be described.

Note: Session 60 minutes


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avatar for Bryn Llewellyn

Bryn Llewellyn

Oracle US
Bryn Llewellyn Distinguished Product Manager Database Server Technologies Division, Oracle HQ    Bryn has worked in the software field for more than 30 years. He joined Oracle UK in 1990, at the European Development Center, to work in the Oracle Designer team. He transferred... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 11:30am - 12:30pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

12:30pm CEST

Lunch

Lunch på egenhånd!

(Lunch on your own!)


Friday April 19, 2013 12:30pm - 2:00pm CEST
Restaurant Color Magic

2:00pm CEST

Keynote: Tom's Top 12 Things about the Latest Generation of Database Technology

We'll be taking a look at the Latest Generation of Database Technology and zeroing in on 12 high impact capabilities, looking at what they are and why they are relevant.


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avatar for Tom Kyte

Tom Kyte

Senior Technical Architect, Oracle US
Tom Kyte is a Senior Technical Architect in Oracle's Server Technology Division. Before starting at Oracle, Kyte worked as a systems integrator building large-scale, heterogeneous databases and applications, mostly for military and government customers. Kyte spends a great deal of... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 2:00pm - 2:45pm CEST
0. Show Lounge Color Magic
  Keynote

2:45pm CEST

Show med Ole Paus
Friday April 19, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm CEST
0. Show Lounge Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

BI Keynote: Oracle Business Analytics Strategy & Trends

Oracle Strategy linked with global and local trends. How does the Oracle BI portfolio answer these trends and how do customers use them to adress new demands?

Observations from the Norwegian market – what are the main criteria of success in the eyes of the Oracle BI Team?


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avatar for Helge Aarvik

Helge Aarvik

Country Lead BI, Oracle NO
Helge Aarvik has worked in sales in the IT industry in Norway since 2006. The last couple of years in Oracle, selling Business Intelligence, and being team leader for the local sales team. Through this work, he meets customers working with BI from many different industries, as well... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

A year in purgartory, diary of a clusterware upgrade disaster (P23)

An australian client recently completed a migration of an extended distance RAC cluster from version 11 to 11.2 of Oracle database, in order   to gain access to many of the new features and facilities offered in 11.2.  This session details the challenges, the achievements, and the steps taken along the way in order to successfully migrated to the latest version of the Oracle database. 


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avatar for Connor McDonald

Connor McDonald

Connor McDonald is an Oracle Ace Director and over the past 18 years, has worked with systems in Australia, the UK, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and the United States.  He has co-authored three books, and has been a popular speaker at Oracle conferences around the world, specializing... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

High Availability Infrastructure of Database Cloud: Architecture, Best Practices (P100)

Abstract

Today in a database cloud that consolidates a large number of databases with different SLAs, anyunplanned outage can be devastating and a small planned downtime may not be acceptable. Theinfrastructure high availability becomes extremely critical to a database cloud. This session willstart with the system architect design and discuss the various techniques and options to achievethe high availability such as Oracle Clusterware/RAC, Data Guard and Oracle MAA. Then itwill explore the configuration best practices to ensure fault tolerance of the entire stack of theinfrastructure. It will also discuss the methods to reduce downtime during events like systemupgrade and migration and the troubleshooting during system outage.


What to Learn:


1. The high availability infrastructure architecture design: technologies and options
2. The configuration best practices of a high availability database cloud infrastructure3. How to reduce outage in operation or during system upgrade, migration and troubleshooting.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Kai Yu

Kai Yu

Dell Inc.
Kai Yu is a senior engineer and solution architect in Dell Oracle Solutions Engineering Lab and has been working with Oracle Technology as an Oracle DBA, Oracle Apps DBA since 1995.   Kai specializes in Oracle RAC, Oracle E-Business suite and Oracle VM, and also has extensive knowledge... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

The ins and outs of Total Recall (P3)

Learn how you can use Oracle Total Recall to easily access historical data in your applications. This presentation starts with a basic overview of Total Recall and Flashback functionalities and how developers and ISVs can use it in their applications including an introduction to the basic syntax of flashback queries. The second part of the presentation focuses on the inner workings of flashback archives, how Oracle makes use of partitioning and compression to achieve a great level of performance for these types of queries. Lastly, I will talk about best practices when dealing with flashback enabled tables like setting up testcases, exporting historical data to development databases, performing DML on those tables and other issues we have come across in the last two years.


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avatar for Björn Rost

Björn Rost

portrix systems GmbH
Björn is the co-founder and CEO of a full service provider focused on Oracle Technology from Servers, Storage and Solaris to Real Application Cluster databases and Desktop Virtualization. He is passionate about sharing knowledge and has enjoyed speaking at several conferences and... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

APEX or ADF? From Requirements to Tool Choice (P77)

As Oracle developers, we used to have only a hammer (Oracle Forms), so everything looked like a nail (a job for Oracle Forms). Today, we have both Application Express (APEX) and Application Development Framework (ADF), so we have to make a choice.The tool discussion tends to get bogged down in the relative merits of PL/SQL or Java, but this presentation will show that another important factor that should influence your tool choice is whether your application is user interface driven or data driven.- A data-driven application is one where the data structure determines the user interface. These applications are well suited for a wizard-driven, browser-based approach as used in APEX.- A user interface driven application is one that starts from a set of requirements to support a work process. This type of application is typically specified with detailed screen designs that are easier to implement with the flexible architecture of ADF.See this presentation to learn to recognize the different types of applications so you can choose the right tool.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Sten Vesterli

Sten Vesterli

Scott/Tiger A/S
Sten Vesterli is an Oracle ACE Director, a Fusion User Experience Advocate for Oracle and a member of the Oracle Usability Advisory Board. He is an Oracle ADF Certified Implementation Specialist and frequently speaks at international Oracle conferences Sten has written more than 60... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

Maximum Application Availability with Oracle database (P20)

Prior to the next database release (planned for 2013 calendar year), Fast Connection Failover and TAF allow failing over connections and queries but do not guarantee transaction outcome, failover transactions, or mask outages.

This session covers new upcoming Oracle database availability features including Transaction Guard for checking and guaranteeing transaction outcome, Application Continuity for attempting to mask outages by failing over connections and replaying session contexts, queries, transaction (DML), DDL, and so on) by failing over and session context replay handling outages. DBAs and Developers will learn how to setup and leverage these features for maximum application availability.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Kuassi Mensah

Kuassi Mensah

Oracle US
Kuassi Mensah is director of product management for Oracle database access frameworks (Net Services, DRCP, TAF), database programming APIs (Java, C/C++, PHP, Ruby, Python, Perl), and In-Database Mapreduce. Kuassi holds an MS in computer sciences from the Programming Institute of University... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 4:30pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

3:45pm CEST

The Java EE 7 Platform: Higher Productivity and Embracing HTML5 (P96)

The Java EE 7 platform has a changed scope and will now be focusing on Productivity and HTML5. JAX-RS 2 adds a new Client API to invoke the RESTful endpoints. JMS 2 is undergoing a complete overhaul to align with improvements in the Java language. Long awaited        Batch Processing API and Caching API are also getting added to build applications using capabilities of the platform itself. Together these APIs will allow you to be more productive by simplifying enterprise development. WebSocket attempts to solve the issues and limitations of HTTP for real-time communication. A new API is getting added to build WebSocket driven applications. Processing JSON structures is inherent in any HTML5 applications and a new API to parse, generate, transform, and query JSON is being added to the platform. JavaServer Faces will add support for HTML5 forms. There are several other improvements coming in this latest version of the platform. The Java EE 7 platform is scheduled to release in Q2 2013. Some of the implementations are already integrated in GlassFish. This talk will provide a code-intensive introduction to the updated Java EE 7 platform. Several live demos will be shown during the talk. Don't miss out on this session to learn all about how to leverage the new and exciting standards in building your next enterprise application.  


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avatar for Arun Gupta

Arun Gupta

Oracle US
Arun Gupta is a technology enthusiast, a passionate runner, author, and a community guy who works for Oracle Corp. 


Friday April 19, 2013 3:45pm - 5:30pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

4:45pm CEST

Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite - Hva finnes - hva er kjøpt (annet enn Essbase)?? (P72)

Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite inneholder en rekke integrerte verktøy. Det er imidlertid mange av disse verktøyene som ikke blir brukt så mye som de kanskje burde. Foredraget vil vise hvordan man kan være opportunistisk ved å bruke deler av funksjonaliteten, og ikke nødvendigvis alt.

Foredraget vil ta for seg praktiske eksempler (live demo) på hvordan man kan utnytte skjulte perler i OBI Foundation Suite.


Foredragsholdere
avatar for Øyvind Larsen

Øyvind Larsen

Bicon AS
Øyvind er datavarehus- og BI-arkitekt i Bicon AS. Han har jobbet med Oracles løsninger for beslutningsstøtte siden 1997. I starten var var fokuset rettet mot Oracle database, Oracle warehouse builder, Oracle Reports og Discoverer. Nå, etter en rekke oppkjøp fra Oracle, er det... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 4:45pm - 5:30pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic
  BI/DWH

4:45pm CEST

Millsap's Grand Unified Theory of ʺTuningʺ (P34)

First there were the v$ and x$ views. And tkprof. Then came bstat/estat, Statspack, ASH, ADDM, OEM, and plenty of third-party tools that look kind of like those tools. There are loads of OS tools too that have been around a long time, like top and sar and strace and pstack and gprof. And then there are the methods: OPIM, and YAPP, and Method R to name three. In this presentation, Cary Millsap gives a brief tour of the moving parts and reveals his own perspective about how all these parts should fit together.


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avatar for Cary Millsap

Cary Millsap

MethodR
Cary Millsap is an entrepreneur, software technology advisor, software developer, and Oracle software performance specialist. His technical papers are quoted in many Oracle books, in Wikipedia, in blogs all over the world, and in dozens of conference presentations each month. His... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 4:45pm - 5:30pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

4:45pm CEST

MySQL: An Introduction for Oracle DBAs (P87)

This presentation will give an introduction to the architecture of MySQL.  We will also give examples of different application areas where MySQL is used.  The focus will be on aspects of MySQL that differs from traditional relational database systems like Oracle.


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Øystein Grøvlen

Oracle NO
Øystein Grøvlen is a Senior Principal Software Engineer in the MySQL group at Oracle, where he works on the MySQL Query Optimizer. Dr. Grøvlen has a PhD in Computer Science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Before joining the MySQL team 5 years ago, he was... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 4:45pm - 5:30pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

4:45pm CEST

Keeping it Simple in Database Application Development: A Case Study (P1)

Oracle’s Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) is a database application. It is the application that people who have purchased support for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM can use for obtaining rpms, subscribing to non-default channels, downloading errata, requesting Ksplice access, and managing multiple registered servers and CSIs while being guaranteed a certain level of support when and if things go wrong. This application, like many other database applications, has been built with multiple parts, both new and legacy. It is an amalgamation of C, Python, Java, PL/SQL and APEX using Oracle Linux, because using each helps accomplish something that assists the overall application in the long term. Does this sound like a familiar scenario? If so, you are in a common situation. And if not, you are probably one of those unfortunate IT staff members caught in a programmatic ideological war that serves the needs of the programmers more than that it serves the purpose of the actual application(s) currently being planned or worked upon.

This presentation is not so much about what ULN is or does, as an application, so much as it is about what each developer and DBA goes through when building and deploying a multi-piece application that must be maintainable, scalable, and globally available on a 24x7 basis.

When you are tasked to create an application the questions you should ask yourself are:  How quickly can I reasonably build this application? How simply?  How can I ensure maintainability?  How can I assist scalability?  How can I best serve the needs of my users in terms of reduced downtime? How flexible should I be towards different ways of accomplishing various development tasks?  What is my budget and set of resources? And (perhaps, most importantly) when should I opt not to reinvent the wheel?

This presentation provides a case study overview using the ULN application through lecture and sample code. Topics to be discussed are:

• What legacy code was inherited and what was done with it?  Why?

• In what ways are the multiple selected programming languages used to accomplish various ULN tasks?  What problems do they avoid and what processes do they assist?

• How is the constant worry of seeking reduced downtime made easier?

• What sets of choices can be made given budget, resource and time restrictions (all rolled into the above)?

• How do you not allow these choices to ultimately impede sound application design?

This presentation addresses these questions and provides a case study overview through lecture and sample code.

 


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Melanie Caffrey

Oracle US
Melanie Caffrey is a senior development manager for Oracle Corporation, providing front-end and back-end Oracle solutions for the business needs of various clients.  She is co-author of several technical publications including Expert PL/SQL Practices for Oracle Developers and DBAs... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 4:45pm - 5:30pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

4:45pm CEST

Ten Secrets of Successful Oracle ADF Projects (P70)

This presentation assumes that you are considering or have already chosen Oracle Application Development

Framework (ADF) to build your enterprise application. The actual development work is the topic of countless

demos and tutorials – this presentation will cover ten tips to make your

enterprise ADF project a success. Topics covered include:

1 Component Catalog

2 Expectation Management

3 Proof of Concept

4 Application Architecture

5 Using ADF Extension Points

6 Development Wiki

7 The Nutcracker Role

8 Version Control

9 Build tools

10 ADF Logging

Keep these 10 tips in mind to avoid common mistakes and make your ADF project successful

 


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Sten Vesterli

Scott/Tiger A/S
Sten Vesterli is an Oracle ACE Director, a Fusion User Experience Advocate for Oracle and a member of the Oracle Usability Advisory Board. He is an Oracle ADF Certified Implementation Specialist and frequently speaks at international Oracle conferences Sten has written more than 60... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 4:45pm - 5:30pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

4:45pm CEST

Consolidating databases with the latest generation of database technology (P26)

The very latest release of Oracle Database brings exciting new technology that lets you manage many databases as “one”, and lets you consolidate more databases onto a particular platform than otherwise would be possible. It allows very fast provisioning of a new database, or of a clone of an existing database, and very fast redeployment of an existing database to a new platform; and it introduces mechanisms for rapid patching and upgrade of the Oracle Database software. Moreover, it lets you separate of the duties of the application administrator from the duties of the administrator of the Oracle-supplied system. The session will explain how this new technology works.

 


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Bryn Llewellyn

Oracle US
Bryn Llewellyn Distinguished Product Manager Database Server Technologies Division, Oracle HQ    Bryn has worked in the software field for more than 30 years. He joined Oracle UK in 1990, at the European Development Center, to work in the Oracle Designer team. He transferred... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 4:45pm - 6:45pm CEST
5. Rådhuset Color Magic

5:45pm CEST

What's new in Security in the Latest Generation of Database Technology (P48)
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Tom Kyte

Senior Technical Architect, Oracle US
Tom Kyte is a Senior Technical Architect in Oracle's Server Technology Division. Before starting at Oracle, Kyte worked as a systems integrator building large-scale, heterogeneous databases and applications, mostly for military and government customers. Kyte spends a great deal of... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 5:45pm - 6:30pm CEST
1. Auditorium 1 Color Magic

5:45pm CEST

Advanced Profiling of Oracle Using Function Calls—A Hacking Session (P106)

This session is a full on hacking session that complements Frits’ other session, About Multiblock Reads. It will cover the intricate task of how to perform advanced profiling of Oracle using function calls. Come learn how to research the Oracle database using function names on Linux X86_64. You will leave the session with valuable knowledge of the inner workings of not just the Oracle database, but any C program. This session will introduce you to how to setup and use your Linux environment for profiling. As there are no slides, you will find great value in the notes your take—so bring paper and pen!


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Frits Hoogland

VX Company
As an IT professional specializing in Oracle database performance and internals, Frits Hoogland makes frequent Oracle technical presentations in the Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Slovenia and the United States. He actively contributes to the Oracle community, especially Oracle Forums... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 5:45pm - 6:45pm CEST
2. Auditorium 2 Color Magic

5:45pm CEST

Integrating ODAs with ZFS Storage (P74)

There are very substantial benefits that can be leveraged by organizations that create a database infrastructure based on Oracle Database Appliances (ODAs) and ZFS Storage Appliances.

This presentation will focus on the real-world deployment of these technologies  by one of the world's largest retailers and the benefits seen in cost, performance, and stability,


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Daniel Morgan

Morgan's Library
Oracle ACE Director Dan Morgan is the Morgan behind Morgan's Library (www.morganslibrary.org) on the web.In 2009 Morgan retired from the University of Washington where he developed the Oracle instruction program and had been its primary instructor since 1998. In addition to his his... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 5:45pm - 6:45pm CEST
3. Bundestag Color Magic

5:45pm CEST

WebLogic in the Cloud (P44)

The new Oracle Cloud offering has been launched at last year's OpenWorld. Now it is finally time to get your hands dirty and learn everything you need to know to develop your own applications for Oracle's Java Service.


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Markus Eisele

msg systems ag
Markus is a principal technology consultant working for msg systems ag in Germany. Markus is a software architect, developer and consultant. He also writes for IT magazines. Markus joined msg in 2002 and has been a member of the Center of Competence IT-Architecture for nine years... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 5:45pm - 6:45pm CEST
6. Parliament Color Magic

5:45pm CEST

Using the B2B Adapter in a Dutch government project (P40)

This presentation provides a case study for a Dutch government project in which the Oracle B2B adapter is used. Dutch government reference architectures prescribe WUS (Web Services based on SOAP and WSDL) and ebMS as standards for electronic message exchange between government organizations. OLO is a government facility that citizens and enterprises can use to request permits. OLO forwards these permit requests to applicable governments using ebMS. The case study presents on the integration of a Dutch province with OLO based on the ebMS protocol. The Oracle B2B adapter is used for this. The presentation dives into the specifics of ebMS, and the capabilities of Oracle B2B. We will then present on the steps that are required to configure B2B, and how to integrate B2B with Oracle Service Bus and SOA Suite. After this presentation you will know how you can use B2B and how to integrate it with your SOA landscape.


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RV

Ronald van Luttikhuizen

Vennster
Ronald is an consultant and managing partner at Vennster, a consultancy focusing on SOA, BPM, and User Experience. He has experience in IT in various roles such as coach, architect, (lead) designer/developer, analyst, and team lead. Ronald currently focuses on information and solution... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2013 5:45pm - 6:45pm CEST
7. Stortinget Color Magic

5:45pm CEST

To dagers sikkerhet på 60-minutter (P81)

Når er databasen og systemet ditt sikkert nok? Hvilke spillregler bør følges for å gjøre systemet robust. Jeg bruker Oracles dokumentasjon 2-day Security Guide som utgangspunkt til denne presentasjonen.


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Ingemar Jansson Haverstad

Keystep AS
Ingemar has been working with Oracle since version 5.0.94 Beta. He is often involved in setting up mission critical systems on various Unix and Linux dialects.


Friday April 19, 2013 5:45pm - 6:45pm CEST
4. Congress Color Magic

9:00pm CEST

Middag (Dinner)
Friday April 19, 2013 9:00pm - 11:00pm CEST
Restaurant Color Magic
 
Saturday, April 20
 

7:00am CEST

Frokost (Breakfast)
Saturday April 20, 2013 7:00am - 9:45am CEST
Restaurant Color Magic