Buffalo Event - Friday, June 4, 2010!

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Buffalo Event - Friday, June 4, 2010!

Postby sam » Thu May 13, 2010 11:16 am

UNYOUG Event
Friday, June 4, 2010

Buffalo State College
Bulger Communication Center West
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo NY 14222



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

We have great books to give away, courtesy of Oracle Press and O'Reilly!

Win an iPod touch, courtesy of Serverware!

Presentations:

Building a Solution Strategy - Oracle on Power 7 Architecture
  Jim Smith, IBM

Increase user productivity and application code quality with Toad for Oracle
  Devon Gallagher, Quest Software

Oracle Application Express 4.0 – New Features
  Joe Bauser, Paetec

SQLTXPLAIN
  Bryan Grenn, Paychex

Agenda:

8:30     -     9:00    Registration and Networking, Continental Breakfast
9:00     -     9:15    Welcome
9:15     -    10:15   IBM and Oracle
10:15   -    10:30   Break
10:30   -    11:30   Quest TOAD
11:30   -    12:30   Lunch
12:30   -     1:45    APEX 4.0
1:45     -     2:00    Break
2:00     -     3:00    SQLT
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 Bulger, 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.
* Fees are waived for those between jobs! *

Thanks!
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Oracle on Power 7 Architecture

Postby sam » Thu Jun 03, 2010 10:19 am

Building a Solution Strategy - Oracle on Power 7 Architecture
Jim Smith, IBM

This presentation reviews the IBM - Oracle Alliance and their shared commitment to client value.  It provides insight to the current & future Power Systems products, and defines the vale to Oracle-based solutions of Power Systems virtualization.  IBM's competitive advantage for Oracle solutions begins with fewer, faster processor cores, resulting in lower annual software costs, and less complex hardware infrastructures.

Jim Smith, System Architect in IBM’s Sales & Distribution organization, has over 25 years of information technology experience, specializing in the areas of complex IT infrastructure architecture, storage area networking, high availability, server consolidation, data warehousing, and network security. His project expertise centers on technology infrastructure design and implementation, with a focus on coexistence between disparate operating environments and platform architectures. He has worked with clients in various industries, including government, education, manufacturing, insurance and financial services.
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Toad for Oracle

Postby sam » Thu Jun 03, 2010 10:20 am

Increase user productivity and application code quality with Toad for Oracle
Devon Gallagher, Quest Software

Developers, DBAs, and Analysts:  Join Quest Software to find out how Toad® for Oracle’s powerful SQL and Pl/SQL functionality can be extended to cover everyone’s worst nightmares in the database. We’re bringing you this in-depth tips and tricks session to demonstrate how Toad’s intuitive interface can help you do twice the work in half the time.   Whether you are new to Toad or a 10 year veteran, this training seminar will help you use Toad more even more efficiently!

Devin Gallagher is a Solutions Architect for Quest Software, with more than 12 years of experience with database development and administration. Devin has been supporting Toad for Oracle since 1999, and now also supports a number of different products in the Toad family, across multiple RDBMS.
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APEX 4.0 - New Features

Postby sam » Thu Jun 03, 2010 10:21 am

APEX 4.0 - New Features
Joe Bauser, Paetec

This presentation will provide an overview of new features and functionality in APEX 4.0. Among the many improvements are a new charting solution, an architecture for plug-in development, team management, user feedback, as well as many other new features.

Joe Bauser is a Software Engineer with PAETEC Software Corporation. He has been developing products with Application Express for 4 years. Joe spends his time managing requirements, prototyping new design, and maintaining the software suite built with Application Express.

Based in Rochester NY, PAETEC Software Corporation specializes in licensed and managed solutions to support business service management (BSM) for IT Service Support and Service Delivery operations using the PINNACLE Communication Management Suite. The PINNACLE Communication Management Suite is a web based product built upon Oracle technologies.
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SQLTXPLAIN

Postby sam » Thu Jun 03, 2010 10:22 am

SQLTXPLAIN
Bryan Grenn, Paychex & UNYOUG Technical Chair

SQLTXPLAIN (or SQLT) is a tool that helps to diagnose SQL statements performing poorly. SQLT is often requested by Support or Development to expedite the analysis of SQL performance issues. Bryan will show you what is contained in this tool, and show you examples of the output. He will also share his experiences on how to leverage this tool to make you look like an Oracle Consultant.

Bryan Grenn is an infrastructure architect at Paychex.  He has been an Oracle DBA for 20 years, consulting at many of Rochester's biggest companies.  Bryan has worked as a System Administrator along with being a DBA.  He has experience on most common platforms (Windows, HPUX, AIX, Solaris, and Linux), and has worked with most database features (RAC, compression, partitioning, RAT, XML Database, OLAP).
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