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New York Oracle Users Group




















Get involved with other NYOUG professionals and gain valuable information from participation in these webinars, meetings, and other events!
































































Online Learning Opportunities Abound





















While in-person meetings and conferences have been canceled or postponed, there are many webinars, online "office hours" and virtual conferences being offered to provide a way to connect with the global Oracle community and get introduced to new products and features, learn new skills, and get your questions answered. 



While we're practicing social distancing, why not take advantage of some of these opportunities to stay connected with the Oracle community, and please, stay safe.





















NYOUG Webinars





















Database patching (for DBAs)

Tuesday, December 22, 2020 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm EST




Featured Speaker: Liron Amitzi, Oracle ACE Director, senior Oracle DBA consultant and president of BCOUG (British Columbia Oracle User Group)



Have you ever found yourself staring at a list of patches and wondering what to do?

What patch should I install? What are the risks? Is there anything I should do after the patch?



This becomes even more stressful in a complex environment: How to install patches on RAC? What about standby databases?



This session will try to put things in order and help create a roadmap for patching databases. We will discuss the different types of patches (RU, RUR, DBBP, PSU, OJVM, One-off), installation types (RAC rolling patches, standby first patches), known issues and where to find them, and how to plan the patch installation in order to have as few surprises as possible.





























































Better Designed Than Sorry - Let's Design Our DB Schema

Tuesday, January 5, 2021 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm EST




Featured Speaker: Liron Amitzi, Oracle ACE Director, senior Oracle DBA consultant and president of BCOUG (British Columbia Oracle User Group)



Schema design is an important part of any application design. It can affect performance, the development process and even your SQL queries.

Thinking about design in advance is very important as design is not something we can easily change down the road.

Yet, sometimes we get fixated on a specific design without thoroughly considering other, potentially better, options.



In this session I hope to challenge your design mindset by discussing a few design challenges and a few ways to solve them.

What are the implications of each solution? Which way is the best? Is there even a "best" way to solve these cases?




























































Active Session History

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm EST




Featured Speaker: David Kurtz, Oracle ACE Director, independent Oracle consultant and and a proud member of the Oak Table



This presentation aims to help you use the Active Session History (ASH) repository to investigate performance problems.



Oracle has produced many presentations that explain how ASH works, so this presentation provides only a very brief overview of how ASH works. Instead, it looks at:


  • what information is collected by ASH and stored in the repository

  • where this data can be seen in Enterprise Manager and other delivered reports

  • the practicalities of how to directly query the ASH data to analyse and diagnose a range of performance and other problems.

  • the value of a consolidated AWR/ASH repository

  • the critical importance of application instrumentation




ASH is a licensed enterprise edition feature, but if you don't have it you might be interested in Simulated ASH.






























































Improve PostgreSQL replication using Oracle GoldenGate

Tuesday, February 2, 2021 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm EST




Featured Speaker: Bobby Curtis, RheoData



PostgreSQL databases use the Write-Ahead Logging approach for the replication of data. At the same time, customers worldwide have asked for Oracle GoldenGate to support replication to and from PostgreSQL databases. The wait is over! This session will introduce Oracle GoldenGate for PostgreSQL and highlight what needs to be looked at to ensure successful replication for any PostgreSQL environment.



Takeaways:

1. What is new in Oracle GoldenGate for PostgreSQL

2. WAL features that need to be considered for replication with Oracle GoldenGate

3. Simplicity of PostgreSQL replication with an external software package
























Ask TOM Office Hours


























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