Wednesday, 21 March 2012
AUSOUG Perth Event in March
If you're on our mailing list, you check your e-mail - if not, please contact us about joining, particularly if you think your corporation has group membership.
Where: Oracle Australia: Level 2, 66 Kings Park Road, West Perth
When: Wednesday, March 28, 2012. Breakfast starts 7:30am. Connor will speak from 8-9am, question time afterwards for those who can stick around.
RSVP: By RSVP Sunday 26th February 5pm by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: Free to all AUSOUG members. Ticket parking on Walker St, just off Kings Park Road, or catch the Red CAT, with a short walk from corner of Outram/Ord.
Yury will spend around 30 minutes each on the following topics:
Single Client Access Name is a concept that makes database deployment easy on Oracle Database 11g R2 grids and complete the level of abstraction from the application perspective. Starting with the understanding of why this component is vital in the 11g grid infrastructure, this presentation walks through the main concepts of SCAN. You will learn how to plan and implement SCAN, what areas to be careful with, and how to monitor SCAN infrastructure and make sure it works as expected.
Yuri is called to audit RMAN backup scripts on regular basis for several years now as part of his Day to Day duties. He see the same errors in scripts that Oracle DBAs using to backup critical databases over and over again. Those errors may play a significant role in a recovery process when you working under stress. During that presentation you will be introduced to typical issues and hints how to address those. The author will give away a prize to any Oracle DBA who has a script without any issues mentioned in the presentation.
Yury is a nice person who enjoys meeting and working with people on challenging projects in the Oracle space. He started to work as an Oracle DBA 15 years ago (1997). Yury is an OCP 7,8,9,10g,11g and 9i,10g,11g OCM (Oracle Certified Master). He is a frequent presenter at Oracle related conferences such as Oracle OpenWorld, Collaborate, Hotsos, UKOUG and AUOUG. Yury is a socially active person. Apart from Social Media (Twitter, Blogging, Facebook) he has contributed a lot to the local Oracle community over the years.
Find his blog http://www.pythian.com/news/author/velikanov/ or give him a tweet
I hope to see you there,
ps - Penny from Sage Computing is still offering to coach anyone with a technical or Oracle product related background with a view to presenting to an audience eg an Oracle User Group monthly meeting or at the Oracle conference.
This is a fantastic opportunity open to anyone wishing increase their profile within the Oracle community. Just think, the call for papers for the Insync conference has just opened, and the Perth conference call won't be far away.
pps - Are you a student? Are you interested in getting involved and making more contacts in the Oracle community?
The Australian Oracle User Group are proud to announce free student membership for 12 months subject to the student undertaking volunteer work.
The WA student campaign will be managed by Ursula Rogaunig (contact: Ursula.email@example.com for details ) and will have a duration from now until the WA conference in October 2012.