Oracle Cloud solutions are one of the hottest topics coming into the Collaborate Oracle conference staring April 7, 2014 in Las Vegas. The IOUG Cloud Computing SIG will be supporting a lot of the cloud activities this week at the conference. Now is a great time to join the IOUG Cloud Special Interest Group (SIG). Join the Cloud SIG by clicking here.
Cloud SIG Meeting at Collaborate
The IOUG Cloud SIG is growing significantly. Now is a great time to join and get involved. The IOUG Cloud SIG meeting is April 8, 2014 at 12:30 - 1:00PM in Level 3, Toscana 3701.
Cloud SIG Answering Cloud Services and DBaaS Questions
Oracle is offering a lot of different cloud solutions across it's products. The IOUG Cloud SIG will help answer the following questions for you. What in Database-As-A-Service (DBaaS) mean? Does DBaaS have to only have a consolidation play? Does DBaaS involve self-provisioning/rapid provisioning? Does DBaaS mean that virtualization has to be involved? Does DBaaS mean that we have to consolidate multiple databases in a single operating system? Does DBaaS mean that we have provide isolation for certain databases? Does DBaaS have to have showback and chargeback? Can we do DBaaS with schema level consolidation? Does DBaaS involve Exadata? Does DBaaS involve Oracle RAC? With the introduction of Oracle Database 12c and the new Pluggable Database Option, does DBaaS mean that we have to leverage Pluggable Databases? Does DBaaS mean that we have to have someone else host it for us? Can it be done in my own data center? The IOUG Cloud SIG addresses understanding the different options and the different ways of deploying DBaaS.
We are looking for new leaders, speakers for webinars, writers for use cases, volunteers and enthusiasts. One of the best things about user groups is the networking, interaction and sharing of knowledge. We look forward to meeting you.
Cloud Sessions at Collaborate 2014
Here is a list of Cloud sessions at Collaborate. When you look at these sessions you will see Oracle industry leaders in Exadata, RAC, Oracle Applications and Big Data. The user community leadership around Oracle Cloud solutions shows that cloud solutions span all Oracle platforms.