UKOUG SuperSunday 2016 saw an afternoon of technical based sessions focused around Database, Development, APEX, Middleware & Business Analytics. It hosted 26 sessions across 7 streams, all delivered by Oracle experts. The day was made up of 50 minute sessions as well as masterclasses lasting 110 minutes which dive deeper into a topic area.
Our dynamic agenda delivered insights on:
What's new for Java applications, as well as WebLogic, Tomcat, and WebSPhere containers in Oracle Database 12c, in terms of
performance, scalability, high-availability and security
CPU efficiency and cache-friendly data structures, using Oracle Database 12c In-Memory option as an example
How IoT CS can help save cost and improve the quality of service by using near real-time information that is collected from
sensors and combining it with building information.
The SuperSunday agenda was complementary to the Tech16 agenda, to view it please click here.
As well as our agenda sessions, we've also offered additional sessions for you to attend:
NEW FOR 2016: Cloud Native Stack on Oracle Bare Metal Compute- Hands on Lab
Oracle has built Bare Metal Compute Service (BMCS) that can run both Oracle workloads and cloud native applications. In this hands on lab, attendees got a walk through on getting a cloud native application stack on BMCS. The purpose of this lab was to get familiar with Bare Metal Compute primitives and at the end be familiar with creating a network, launching an instance, and accessing the instance. Delegates were taken through installing and running MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js) stack that is used widely by many applications.
Participants should be familiar with the Linux Command Line interface and editors like visual editor.