OCI at Oracle CloudWorld

Phil Brown 06-Oct-2022 13:31:13

I don't know when people will stop saying it's great to be back in the same room as people at events such as these, but it's great to be back in the same room as people at events such as these.

Oracle OpenWorld, ah no, Oracle CloudWorld is later this month, and I'm very excited to be speaking alongside our Data Scientist, Max Storr, on the 20th of October about our machine learning and cochlear implant programming story. If you are not planning on attending Oracle CloudWorld, you can learn more about our story on our on-demand webinar.

One of the great things about OCW is that it brings a whole range of sessions together, not just speaking sessions but also tutorials. My specialist interest is OCI, so here are some session picks that I have chosen and why I thought they would be good to attend.

For the Newbie

If you're about to get started with Oracle Cloud, then there would be two sessions which would be ideal.

Understanding the basic mechanics of OCI is fundamental; these sessions form part of OCI Foundations Training to allow people to cover the core basis. The second session will help people easily deploy common reference architectures to a defined industry standard without having to work it out for themselves. At the time of writing, there are 218 reference architectures which Oracle has created, so it's quite possible that what you want to do has already been done. 

For the OCI ninja

For the OCI Ninjas out there, I would be tempted to go and have a look at this:
Those who have been working in OCI for some time will notice that certain features and capabilities have been added to the platform. Around the areas of Cloud Security, there have been some nice introductions like Data Safe and Cloud Guard. However, there are also OCI Logging capabilities now, which give additional insights into security posture and detection.

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