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You want the benefits of the cloud, but you want to control where and when you move workloads to the cloud. Join this session to discuss how Oracle Cloud at Customer enables you to address your security and compliance concerns and determine the right migration timeline to the cloud, while giving you the benefits of the public Oracle Cloud. Hear customers share their stories about their adoption of Oracle Cloud at Customer solutions as a key part of their broader strategy to migrating to the cloud. Attend this session to learn more.
Maywun Wong, Oracle
Every company’s move into the Cloud is unique and yet there are common techniques to achieve the best experience for migrating into Oracle Cloud. On-prem and Could infrastructure are different and thus different tuning may be needed for same products to run for their best in Cloud. In this session, Oracle performance engineers will share best tuning practices of various PaaS/IaaS components based on recent customers’ Cloud deployments. They will also offer how to diagnose and resolve various performance issues with network, storage I/O, Object Storage and other compute components. Attend this session to learn more.
Nikolai Potapov, Oracle
Satish Kantheti, Oracle
Stevan Malesevic, Oracle
In this entertaining and lively joint session with the Oracle SuperCluster lead architect learn about Oracle’s best practices for implementing and running Oracle SuperCluster for maximum availability, serviceability, and operational simplicity. The session also includes examples of what happens when those best practices aren't followed. This is an encore of last year’s well-attended session, and is updated with information on Oracle SuperCluster 2.3 S/W release best practices. Attend this session to learn more.
Michael Ramchand, Oracle
This session presents best practices for installing, provisioning, and ongoing operation of the Oracle Private Cloud Appliance. Learn detailed best practices in the areas of systems monitoring, networking, storage, virtual machine architecture, and layout. Also learn about integration with other Oracle products such as the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and the use of Oracle Linux as a utility VM. Attend this session to learn more.
Bob Bownes, Oracle
Oracle Linux 7 offers the ability to natively implement firewall and load balancer capabilities using no additional software. Combining these capabilities with Oracle Private Cloud Appliance’s virtualization using Oracle VM, software defined network, and 40Gb InfiniBand networking delivers a unique opportunity to build complete data center solutions using off-the-shelf software. Attend this session to learn more. Attend this session to learn more.
Bob Bownes, Oracle