May 19th Presentation featuring Denny Wong from First 4 Database Partners

Presentation: Oracle RMAN and EMC Data Domain

Backup and Recovery is one of the most important areas that Database Administrators  focus on
In recent years, many companies back up their databases to storage appliances (eg. Oracle Recovery Appliance, Dell Backup Appliance, EMC Data Domain, etc …).
DBAs can treat the appliance as black box. However, if we understand the appliance, we can design and deliver a more efficient and reliable Backup & Recovery strategy.
This presentation focuses on utilizing RMAN and EMC Data Domain to back up databases. It discusses some of the details of Data Domain that a DBA should know.

Speaker: Denny Wong, First 4 Database Partners

  • Denny Wong has been working as a Database Consultant in many different companies for the past 20 years. His experience includes Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, SAP, Sybase.
  • Over the past few years, he has also participated in a number of projects as a Database Architect. Besides database administration, he is also interested in other infrastructure areas such as storage.
  • Denny has given a number of presentations in Oracle OpenWorld, IOUG and COUG.
  • Denny’s company is called DB Dolphins Inc, and he is one of the Associates with First4 Database Partners. He is currently a Sr Database Consultant at Repsol.

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COUG is continuing to offer WebEx attendance to our Presentations at no charge to you!
To take advantage of this incredible opportunity, or for more information, please email us at information@coug.ab.caFor the May presentation, we need to receive your email by 7 pm on Wednesday, May 18th.

Date: Thursday, May 19, 2016
Registration & Refreshments: 8:00 am
Presentation: 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Presentation Location: Suncor Energy Centre
West Tower  – Room 17 I
150 – 6th Ave. SW
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