COUG 2015-16 Kick Off Event – November Double Presentation

1st Presentation: Data warehouse design and tools for analysis

The Data Warehousing and Mining concepts and commands listed below will be demonstrated
and URL’s for additional information will be provided:

Data Warehouses
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OLTP designs vs. OLAP designs
Commands and tools to initially load data
Commands and tools to keep data current
Methods to increase performances

Data Mining
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Advanced SQL to analyze data
Advanced PLSQL to analyze data
Tools for further analysis

1st Speaker: Dr Randall J Dyck

  • Dr. Randall Dyck has a PhD in Computer Science and a total of 25 years of experience with Oracle, from versions 6.0 to 12.0
  • Dr. Dyck  has over 18 years in industry building systems around the world, and over 10 years in universities teaching Oracle design, development, and administration

2nd Presentation: Save on Oracle Licensing and Increase Performance and Reliability

Is your IT future staring at challenges such as Oracle ending its 11gR2 premier support, lower budgets, higher performance SLAs and stronger ROIs? NetApp® provides the optimum platform for addressing these challenges while allowing you to increase your application consolidation ratios and dramatically accelerate the speed of your business applications.
Come and see a live technical demonstration of Oracle running on NetApp All Flash FAS storage arrays and learn about storage requirements for consolidation to save on licensing.

2nd Speaker: Mark Zawalykut, NetApp

Date: Thursday November 19, 2015
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Registration & Refreshments: 8:00 am
AGM: 8:25 am – 8:35 am
1st Presentation: 8:35 am – 9:20 am
Break: 9:20 am – 9:30 am
2nd Presentation: 9:30 am – 10:15 pm
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Presentation Location: Suncor Energy Centre
West Tower  – Room 17 L
150 – 6th Ave. SW
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