The next OUG Ireland Meetup is happening on 11th May, in the Bank of Ireland Grand Canal Dock. This is a free event and is open to every one. You don’t have to be a member to attend.
Following on from a very successful 2 day OUG Ireland Conference with over 250 attendees, we have organised our next meetup. This was mentioned during the opening session of the conference.
We typically have 2 presentations at each Meetup and on 11th May we have:
1. Oracle Analytics Cloud Service.
Oralce Analytics Cloud Service was only released a few weeks ago and we some local people who have been working with the beta and early adopter releases. They will be giving us some insights on this new product and how it compares with other analytics products like Oracle Data Visualization and OBIEE.
Running Oracle DataGuard on RAC on Oracle 12c
The second presentation will be on using Oracle DataGuard on RAC on Oracle 12c. We have a very experienced DBA talking about his experiences of using these products how to workaround some key bugs and situations to be aware of for administration purposes. Lots of valuable information to be gained.
There will be some food and refreshments available for you to enjoy.
The Meetup will be in Bank of Ireland, Grand Canal Dock. This venue is a very popular locations for Meetups in Dublin.
Yes you read the title of this blog post correctly!
Recently I was doing a bit a clear out and I came across a CD of the UKOUG Conference proceedings from 1999. That was my second UKOUG conference and how times have changed.
The CD contained all the conference proceedings consisting of slides and papers.
Here are some familiar names from back in 1999 who you may find presenting at this years conference, some you might remember as being a regular presenter and some are still presenting but not at this years conference.
- Jonathan Lewis
- Carl Dudley
- Fiona Martin
- Peter Robson
- Duncan Mills
- Kent Graziano
- John King
- Toby Price
- Doug Burns
- Dan Hotka
- Joel Goodman
The 1999 Ralph Fiennes did the Keynote speech. I queued up afterwards to get a signed book but they ran out with three people ahead of me 😦
The agenda grid was a bit smaller back then compared to now.
I’ll see you again in Birmingham this year, in a few days time 🙂