AZORA Meeting Nov 16, 2017

It’s time to learn more about Oracle and Oracle products!

Dan Morgan from Forsythe Meta 7 (and Morgan’s Library) will be speaking at our November 16 Arizona Oracle User Group (AZ-ORA) meeting on two topics: “Channeling Oracle OpenWorld 2017” for DBAs and SQL & PL/SQL Developers and “Security for Oracle DBAs and Developers” — see descriptions below

When: Thursday November 16, 2017 – 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Where: Republic Services – 2nd Floor Training Rooms
14400 N 87th St (AZ101 & Raintree), Scottsdale, AZ
(parking lot on North side of building across the street)

Tentative Agenda:
12:30-1:00 Signin, Pizza (Courtesy of Oracle Phoenix), networking
1:00 – 1:10 Welcome and housekeeping
1:10 – 2:10 “Channeling Oracle OpenWorld 2017” for DBAs and SQL & PL/SQL Developers
2:10-2:20 Break
2:20-3:20 Security for Oracle DBAs and Developers
3:20-3:30 End of session; networking

Presentations:

Channeling Oracle OpenWorld 2017

There were a lot of announcements at OpenWorld 2017. ACE Director Alumni Dan Morgan will channel Larry Ellison, Mark Hurd, Thomas Kurian, and other Oracle leadership to help provide a distilled version of what was said, how it will impact our careers, the organizations we work for, and the future of our industry. The focus will be on the newly announced Oracle Autonomous Database and what it means to DBAs, our industry and our careers.

Security for Oracle DBAs and Developers

As an industry we are losing almost every important security battle. We are in danger of losing the war. Our employers are focusing on the periphery and not the core of the problem, trying to buy products to solve problems that cannot be solved by buying another product. As DBAs we not only are not solving the problem … we don’t even know where it is.

This presentation will focus on how to solve issues such as the Experian break-in with the tools you already own and control. As well as the full range of security-related issues that must be understood and addressed to both protect data in an Oracle Database and protect your organization from your Oracle Database.