Buffalo Event - Friday, June 5, 2009!

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Buffalo Event - Friday, June 5, 2009!

Postby sam » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:37 am

Friday, June 5, 2009

Buffalo State College
Butler Library 210
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo NY 14222


Area Map: http://www.buffalostate.edu/pdf/campusmap.pdf
Parking: See below

Presentations:

SUNY ITEC's adoption of Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control
Dan Brint, Lead Oracle DBA at SUNY ITEC

Practical Analysis of AWR metrics
Jeff Lippe, Master Solution Architect

Data Warehousing: A Perspective
Ian Abramson, IOUG President & Data Warehousing Expert

Using Oracle RDBMS With Sun Solaris Containers (Zones)
Scott Canaan, Oracle DBA at RIT

We have great books to give away, courtesy of UNYOUG, Serverware, and Oracle Press!

Win a Kindle, courtesy of Serverware!

Agenda:

8:30     -     9:00    Registration and Networking, Continental Breakfast
9:00     -     9:15    Welcome
9:15     -    10:15   SUNY ITEC - Oracle Grid Control
10:15   -    10:30   Break
10:30   -    11:30   Practical Analysis of AWR metrics
11:30   -    12:30   Lunch
12:30   -     1:45    Data Warehousing
1:45     -     2:00    Break
2:00     -     3:00    Using Oracle in Solaris Containers
3:00     -               Raffles & wrap-up

**Free Parking on Campus**
Parking permits will be required to park on campus.  Register for the meeting as soon as possible, and a permit will be mailed to you.  When you register, include the address that you would like the permit mailed to.  Lots Y and A1 are closest to Butler Library, but check the campus map for student lots.

Registration:
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  We need a count of persons attending to properly plan for this event.  If you are planning to attend, please pre-register for the meeting here:  http://www.unyoug.com/register.php.

Membership & Fees:
UNYOUG membership is $20 per year.  The fee for non-members is $10, or $5 for students.

Thanks!
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Oracle Grid Control - SUNY ITEC

Postby sam » Tue May 19, 2009 4:09 pm

SUNY ITEC's adoption of Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control
Dan Brint, Lead Oracle DBA at SUNY ITEC


This session is a discussion of SUNY ITEC’s adoption of Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control as our de facto enterprise management solution.

SUNY ITEC is in year 2 of its adoption of OEM and we now manage over 200 servers and 200 databases on a variety of platforms throughout the state of New York. This presentation covers our history of adoption from its earliest stages through today. Topics covered will include:

* ITEC’s role in the SUNY system
* Our hosted and remotely serviced environments
* Applications we manage and our client base
* EM Architecture and Components we are using
* Our overall project plan
* ITEC’s involvement in Oracles Strategic Customer Program
* Targets we monitor and/or manage
* Interesting uses of EM
           * Configuration comparisons
           * Defining your own metrics
           * Service Level Management
* Future plans
* Q&A

Dan has nearly 20 years experience as an Oracle DBA and currently heads up a team of 9 DBAs within the State University of New York that manage 200+ Oracle databases throughout the State as well as MS SQL Server databases and various application servers.
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Practical Analysis of AWR metrics

Postby sam » Tue May 19, 2009 4:14 pm

Practical Analysis of AWR metrics
Jeff Lippe, Master Solution Architect, Jeff Lippe & Associates


I will review the most useful AWR metrics along with recommended thresholds for metric values.  This is a "case-study" oriented presentation.

Bring your own AWR for review!  I will conduct a "live" review of AWRs from the studio audience.  This will provide a case-study approach to applying recommended thresholds to the most useful AWR metrics.

Jeff spent 24 years at HP with the last 20 years focused solely on performance analysis and tuning.  He retired from HP in 2007 and continues to provide the same services to UNIX and Oracle environments.  He typically reviews over 100 environments a year, and after 20 years he’s conducted over 2,000 assessments of UNIX / Oracle environments.
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