An incomplete list of conferences where I was or will be a speaker.
|Host||Conference||Date and time||#||Title||Abstract / Definition|
|RoOUG||RoOUG TechSession||11.05.2021 – 17:00 – 18:00 EET||Glu(ent)ing together a Data Hybridization Layer on Oracle Exadata and Cloud Hadoop Cluster||Use Case about how we built a data hybrid layer for a large Client using Gluent, Oracle Exadata and Hadoop Cluster.|
|RoOUG||RoOUG TechSession #42 online||28.01.2021 17:15 – 18:00 EET||42||Two Adventures in the (Wonder)Land of Oracle 19c||We will explore two less frequently discussed changes that come with 19c:|
▪ DBMS_JOB package is supposed to still be supported but the advanced user might find that its behaviour might be changed in some aspects.
We will investigate what and why it changed, what is the impact and what workarounds and solutions can we implement
▪ Query coordinator information is not available anymore in as many places as in the previous releases
|SPOUG||SPOUG20||20 de octubre de 2020 13:20 – 14:00 CET||DB105||The Power of Autonomous Database Security||Autonomous Database is the best Cloud Database but many Clients wonder about its security! This talk will address those concerns!|
Oracle Autonomous Database might be the answer to the most database security challenges. In this presentation, I will walk through the way the Oracle’s Autonomous database products protect against the security threats. By design. We will discuss all the perspectives of database security: OS Security Model Data at rest encryption Network encryption Authentication PDB Isolation Model Patching And we will cover the ATP Dedicated Security aspects
|RoOUG||TechSession #37||14.05.2020 19:30 – 20:30 EET||37||Python for Oracle DB Apps||A practical introduction to Python and the full-featured Python cx_Oracle interface for Oracle Database .We present cx_Oracle installation and configuration tips and shows how to use SQL and PL/SQL in applications for efficient data insertion and retrieval. Attend this session to learn bulk loading techniques and how to handle LOBs. Also find out how to write functional, high-performance database programs. For those who are already familiar with cx_Oracle, you will discover best practices for working with Oracle Database.|