Upcoming qtrly meeting – November 9th 2017

Mark Your Calendars – OOUG Q4 Meeting – November 9, 2017

 Want to spend a whole day learning about Oracle application containers(newest offering in 12.2), data and database security, insert statement internals for Oracle DBA’s and a highly technical session on Oracle performance tuning? We are excited to announce that Daniel Morgan, the man behind Morgan’s library, will be our guest speaker for the OOUG Q4 meeting. He is a retired Oracle instructor from the University of Washington, a member of the executive boards for the Vancouver and Victoria Oracle Users Groups in Canada, a member of NYOUG, the co-founder of the International GoldenGate Oracle Users Group along with several other board memberships. His website, Morgan’s library(http://www.morganslibrary.org) is wealth of information on Oracle databases technologies. Mr. Morgan is a regular contributor at Oracle conferences and forums around the world such as  OpenWorld, Collaborate, ODTUG Kaleidoscope, IOUC International Leadership Conference and others.

Meeting Location :

Dublin Community Recreation Center at Coffman Park
5600 Post Rd Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 410-4550
This facility provides free wireless internet access
Please RSVP to: subin0529@gmail.com

Meeting Cost (please note the new price) :

Annual individual membership, $40 per person, otherwise it is $25 per meeting.

Annual corporate membership is $250, and allows up to 7 people to attend per meeting from that company.

Meeting Schedule:
08:00 – 09:00 A.M: Registration / Breakfast
09:00 – 10:00 A.M: Oracle Application Containers(new in database 12.2)
10:00 -11:00 AM: Software Defined Everything for Oracle DBAs (on the impact Cloud and DevOps is having on our profession).
11:20 – 12:00 A.M: Data and Database Security for Oracle DBAs
12:00 – 01:00 AM: Lunch
01:00 – 2:00 P.M: Insert Statements for Oracle DBAs
02:00 – 3:00 P.M: Oracle Performance Tuning (very technical and focusing on the fact that rewriting SQL is often not the best solution)
03:00- 03:30 p.m: Member Announcements, Gift Drawings

Bio:  Oracle ACE Director Dan Morgan is the Morgan behind Morgan’s Library.

Education: In 2009 Morgan retired from teaching at the University of Washington where he wrote the Oracle program and served as its primary instructor. In addition to his work at UW Morgan also served as an adviser to the outreach program at the University of California Berkeley, was a consultant on Oracle to Harvard University, and as a guest lecturer at numerous universities including the University of Oslo (Norway), the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), Techologico de Costa Rica, and Universidad Latina de Panama. In 2014 Morgan taught a Master Class for IOUG as part of the “New Challenges & Opportunities Facing DBAs” series. Since then Morgan has continued his worldwide travels focusing on the three S’s: Stability, Security, and Scalability.

User Groups: Morgan is a member of the executive boards for the Vancouver and Victoria Oracle Users Groups in Canada, a member of NYOUG, the co-founder of the International GoldenGate Oracle Users Group, a former Board member of the Western Washington Oracle Users Group, a former Chair of the Washington Software Association’s Database Special Interest Group. Morgan has also been a member of UKOUG, the International Oracle zSeries SIG, the Oracle RAC SIG, and BAARF.

Community: Mr. Morgan is a regular contributor at Oracle conferences and forums around the world presenting at conferences including OpenWorld, Collaborate, ODTUG Kaleidoscope, IOUC International Leadership Conference, and has presented or taught Oracle in Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Peru, Serbia, Sweden, Thailand, UK, Uruguay,  and the US.

Consulting: Currently Morgan focuses his efforts on consulting for Tier 1 enterprise clients in aerospace, telecommunications, e-commerce and the cloud. Morgan’s background in “databases” began on IBM mainframes in 1969 has has included Informix, DB2, Sybase, SQL Server, and Teradata in addition to Oracle.