Database Administration and Development at the ODTUG Kscope17 Conference
Oracle Database is core to the ODTUG Kscope17 conference and the backbone for every application, solution, and product in the Oracle suite. Kscope17 will bring together the world’s best Oracle ACE Directors, ACEs, ACE Associates, Database Administrators, and Developers to present the latest tools, tips, tricks, hacks, and techniques.
ADF and MAF:
Learn about top database modeling features and REST API strategy, make back-end to front-end cloud connections, develop applications using Application Development Framework (ADF) and Mobile Application Framework (MAF), test drive Oracle 12c, and deep dive into Oracle VM along with shortcuts using tools such as Ansible, Vagrant, and Docker. Kscope17 is the best conference to learn next-generation tips along with performance and database security optimization tricks.
We’ll tackle all the latest Database Administration and Oracle Database 12c features, concepts, and techniques of Oracle Enterprise Manager and Database 12c. Topics can cover backup and recovery, security, hardware, software administration, identity management, high availability, performance tuning, upgrades, consolidation, storage, cloud, virtualization, scripting, multitenant, in-memory, database as a service, and auditing.
Database development concepts and techniques that include application architecture, data modeling, database design, application design, SQL, PL/SQL, testing, debugging, logging, ETL, 12c new features, version control, application performance, open source APIs, cloud based development, programming languages and frameworks to interface with database environments.
Want to learn about the latest tools that make developers’ lives easier? We’ll cover all the best database tools used for interfacing with database environments. Topics covered SQL Developer, SQL Developer Data Modeler, SQLcl, OraOpenSource (OOS), TOAD, DBArtisan, and more.
DevOps is a philosophy or approach that enforces the collaboration and communication between software developers and IT operations by automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes. Learn operational strategy, development and review to code merging, integration, testing, change management release approvals, and release automation configuration. You’ll learn about infrastructure and management, infrastructure as code, end-user experience, and application performance monitoring.