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Meetind date Changed! The April meeting will be held on April
17th at a downtown Atlanta Location. See more information below.
April 17, 2014 Monthly Meeting.
April 17, 2014
Bobby Curtis; Senior
Technical Consultant, Enkitec
During this session, we will take a look at the different number of
techniques available for monitoring Oracle Golden Gate 12c while
keeping operational awareness as the main focus. Reviewing the
different use cases, the complexity of monitoring for these
environments increase and lead to different monitoring
approaches. By taking a look at different monitoring techniques,
manual, scripting, and graphical user interfaces (GUI), we can identify
scalable monitoring solutions for any environment. By the end of the
session, we should have an understanding of different monitoring
approaches and when it is best to use different approaches to ensure
success of Oracle Golden Gate 12c implementations and data quality.
Meeting location for our April 2014 meeting! Our meeting will be
Atlanta City Hall
55 Trinity Ave SW
information about the April meeting:
1. Parking is free starting at 7pm. So any one getting there
early, may want to drop about 50 cent into the meter to cover the 30
minutes. Parking is on the street (Mitchell, Central, and
Trinity). These are the streets surrounding City Hall.
Washington is the only street you cannot park on.
2. Both sides of the building should be open (Trinity St. and Mitchell
St.). The easiest entrance will be on the Trinity Street side as
it is closest to the meeting room which is called the ATL Stat room in
DIT on the Ground floor, this is different from 1st floor.
Trinity Street Entrance
If you enter on Trinity, go through security and take the elevators on
the right DOWN to "G". Take hall to the left and enter the first
set of glass doors. ATL Stat room on the right.
Mitchell Street Entrance
Go though security. Take the stairs to your left. Walk down the
hall to the atrium. Big fountain in the middle. Elevators will be
on the left. Go DOWN to "G". Take hall to the left and enter the
first set of glass doors. ATL Stat room on the right.
IOUG COLLABORATE 2014
More info: http://collaborate14.ioug.org/register
Annual Oracle users conference COLLABORATE 14 - IOUG Forum will take
place in Las Vegas from April 7-11, 2014 at the Venetian and Sands Expo
Center. This is a once-a-year opportunity to connect with
the members of not one but three Oracle users groups (IOUG, OAUG and
Quest) as well as with the top names and faces in the Oracle community.
For 20 years, IOUG has delivered a unique event
with leading-edge content for Oracle technology users. We fully
anticipate that the COLLABORATE 14 - IOUG Forum will meet and exceed
the high watermark set by COLLABORATE 13, which had over 5,500
attendees, 1,000 presentations and a full week of great events and
networking opportunities. We look forward to bringing together our
engaged, expert user community in April 2014!
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meeting will be held at the BIAS Corporation office (Same
building as Oracle).
Suite 300 (Peachtree Dunwoody Conference Room)
Atlanta, GA 30328
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Capacity Planning: How to Leverage OEM12c
for Engineered Systems
13, 2014 Monthly Meeting.
Mar. 13, 2014
Maaz Anjum, Solution
Architect, Architecture Services; BIAS Corp.
The question of current capacity utilization is important to
organizations undergoing a consolidation effort. We often receive
customers request for capacity planning reports on Exa Appliances that
we manage. If one were you use Oracle’s On-Demand services, this
information might be easily available. On the other hand, those who
intend to and trend on captured metrics by Oracle’s Enterprise Manager
12c Cloud Control platform, there are a number of useful features and
tricks to extract the information. OEM views, Chargeback capabilities
and, BI Reports tool are leveraged to extract – with a hierarchical
overview – past and future trends for capacity and resource planning
efforts on several targets especially for an Exa Appliance. The
information would be particularly useful for business owners to decide
on additional hardware purchases.