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Deep Dive: Explore Oracle Multitenant at Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle Multitenant, the new architecture option available with Oracle Database 12c, represents a powerful advancement in database technology. With this new architecture, a multitenant container database can hold many pluggable databases, dramatically simplifying consolidation and cloud computing without requiring changes to your applications.

Oracle Multitenant will be a major focus at Oracle OpenWorld 2013, which takes place in San Francisco, September 22 to 26. Read on to see a list of sessions devoted to multitenancy, from the story of its creation to practical, hands-on experience with provisioning, cloning, and deploying a new database.

You can also find additional information on the Oracle Multitenant resource pages, including a data sheet (PDF), white paper (PDF), blogs, podcasts, and more.

Top Oracle Multitenant Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2013

  • Behind the Scenes of Oracle Multitenant (Session ID# CON8725)
    At this session, Kumar Rajamani and Bryn Llewellyn, experts on Oracle Multitenant, discuss the story of its creation as well as the ways it is revolutionizing IT operations.
  • Consolidating Databases with Oracle Database 12c (Session ID# CON8707)
    This session with Oracle's Bryn Llewellyn and Patrick Wheeler examines use cases and benefits of the Oracle Multitenant option in detail.
  • The Oracle Multitenant Option Meets Oracle Real Application Clusters (Session ID# CON8706)
    Explore how the Oracle Multitenant option of Oracle Database 12c enables the services of individual pluggable databases to be opened selectively on specified nodes of an Oracle Real Application Clusters cluster—supporting the ability to scale out across a cluster for flexible adaptation to varying load profiles.
  • Instantaneous Database Clones with Oracle Multitenant (Session ID# CON8726)
    Learn how the cloning capabilities of the Oracle Multitenant option of Oracle Database 12c can dramatically ease and accelerate database provisioning. This session also covers integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager, including snapshot clones on Oracle Solaris ZFS and other copy-on-write file systems.
  • Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture Best Practices for Oracle Multitenant (Session ID# CON8690)
    In this session, Oracle product development experts present Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture best practices for consolidating business-critical databases and implementing a multitenant architecture for public or private clouds.
  • The Oracle Multitenant Option (Session ID# HOL10090)
    This hands-on lab explores ways you can very quickly provision a new database, clone an existing database, and redeploy an existing database to a new platform.
  • Different Ways to Upgrade, Migrate, and Consolidate with Oracle Database 12c (Session ID# CON8176)
    Oracle Database upgrade and migration experts explore the various methods available to upgrade, migrate, and consolidate—and how to determine which is best for your particular scenario.
  • Upgrade and Migrate to Oracle Database 12c (Session ID# HOL10065)
    In this hands-on lab, you learn about new upgrade features such as parallelism and automatically generated fix-up scripts; the new, fully transportable export/import feature to migrate a second database into the same container; and new features in Oracle Data Pump that support upgrades and migration.

Be sure to check the Oracle Multitenant Focus on session preview document as well as the content catalog for Oracle Multitenant sessions to check for any last minute time or venue updates.

Visit the Oracle Database Team
Don’t forget to visit the Database team while you are in the exhibition hall. Multitenant experts are standing by for one-on-one discussions at the Oracle DEMOgrounds in Moscone South.

Get More Information About Oracle Multitenant
Visit the Oracle Multitenant resource pages for more in-depth information.

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