Oracle OpenWorld 2020
London Calling - Autonomous Session Picks
DSP are really looking forward to Oracle OpenWorld London 2020 - last year was a success and I’m hoping that 2020 will build on that. We're a Platinum sponsor of OpenWorld and will have two sessions, one on ADW and another on Customer Cloud Stories…more details coming soon.
There are lots of sessions at OOW 2020 and so we thought we would use this blog post to highlight a few of interest.
We’re going to start with Autonomous Database as we’ve been doing a lot of work in this area, both internally and with customers. With that in mind, take a minute to check out these sessions...
Oracle Autonomous Database: Looking Under the Hood [SES1143-LON]
Oracle Autonomous Database Strategy and Roadmap [SES1141-LON]
Oracle’s flagship product has pretty much removed most of the undifferentiated heavy lifting of a DBA’s day-to-day activities, enabling them to focus on the most important thing: DATA. However it’s always interesting to look under the hood of these technologies and look into what’s coming.
The rate of change in Oracle Cloud took off in 2019 and I don’t expect that to change in 2020, so it will be interesting to see what’s happening with Autonomous and how it will evolve.
If you’re thinking that a DBA’s role will be removed by Autonomous, you should check out the two sessions below – they will hopefully help you see that the role of the DBA will forever be evolving, to match the growing capabilities of new technologies. It’s also worth seeing how you can start to dip your toes into Machine Learning with ADW.
Oracle Machine Learning: Overview and Roadmap [SES1118-LON]
The Changing Role of the DBA [LHT1021-LON]
If I may be so bold: if you’ve seen the sessions above and are thinking ‘autonomous looks interesting’, and you’ve also seen how you as a DBA might be working with it…then why not check out this next session to get started?
Moving Your Data to Oracle Autonomous Database in One-Click [LHT1280-LON]
If you have any questions about Autonomous or you want to understand how to work with it, drop by the DSP stand and we can give you all details…soup to nuts, as they say!