10-21-2010, 08:22 PM
At this upcoming DBA Round Table, we will focus on Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g. Learn how you can help your organization drive IT efficiency and business agility as we discuss:
The intelligent tools now available to help DBAs overcome the top challenges in performance management, change management and ongoing administration
The key infrastructure components of Diagnostic and Tuning Packs that monitor database performance and diagnose problems with automated root cause analysis
The latest enhancements in Data Masking designed to provide high performance masking technique optimized for Oracle Databases and a single unified web interface to mask sensitive information across all databases
You will be also be given access to a Staging Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager - Grid Control hosted on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), and lab exercises to try the latest capabilities of Data Masking in Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g.
LAB ENVIRONMENT PRE REQUISITES
It is mandatory for all attendees to bring their own laptop machine, with the following specifications:
At least 1GB RAM
Firefox 3.0 or higher, Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher
MUST have wireless networking capability
Required software: PuTTY and VNC Viewer
Don't miss this opportunity to learn how the latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager enables business-driven IT Management and gain first-hand experience on how to manage, create, export and import Data Masking Formats, and mask sensitive application data.
Who should attend: Database Administrators, Developers, Architects, and Technical Staff
This event is by invitation only, and is meant for a specific profile as mentioned above. Please register to express interest to attend this exclusive seminar & hands-on workshop.
This request does NOT imply acceptance of registration. Your registration status will be communicated within 2 days.
The registration opens 15 days before the date. Dates and details may change without notice.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Register
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.