I will be speaking at Oracle OpenWorld and Strata + HadoopWorld NY

I will be speaking at a few more conferences this year and thought to add some comments about my plans here too. Here’s the list of my upcoming presentations:

Oracle OpenWorld, 22-26 September 2013, San Francisco

  • Session: Moving Data Between Oracle Exadata and Hadoop. Fast.
  • When: Wednesday, Sep 25. 3:30pm
  • Where: Moscone South 305
  • What: I have been doing quite a lot of work on the optimal Oracle/Exadata <-> Hadoop connectivity and data migration lately, so thought that it’s worth sharing. The fat infiniBand pipe between an Exadata box and a Hadoop cluster running in the Oracle Big Data Appliance gives pretty interesting results.

OakTableWorld, 23-24 September 2013, San Francisco

  • Session: Hacking Oracle Database
  • When: Tuesday, Sep 24. 1:00pm
  • Where: Imagination Lab @ Creativity Museum near Moscone
  • What: The “secret” OakTableWorld event (once called Oracle Closed World :) is an unofficial, fun (but also serious) satellite event during OOW. Lots of greatĀ technicalĀ speakers and topics. Might also have free beer :) I will deliver a-yet-another hacking session without much structure – I’ll just show how I research and explore Oracle’s new low-level features and which tools & approaches I use etc. Should be fun.

Strata Conference + HadoopWorld NY, 28-30 October 2013, New York City, NY

I have also submitted abstracts to RMOUG Training Days 2014 and will deliver the Training Day at Hotsos Symposium 2014!

So see you at any of these conferences!

Note that this year’s only Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting class takes place in the end of April/May 2014, so sign up now if you plan to attend this year!

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3 Responses to I will be speaking at Oracle OpenWorld and Strata + HadoopWorld NY

  1. Pava Kumar N says:

    Hi Tanel,
    Any chance of providing the recording of sessions… ? Since, we would not lucky enough to travel around the world
    Thanks in Advance..!!

  2. kunwar says:

    Hi Tanel,
    I am facing a basic oracle problem and not related to the topic of the blog.
    I want to connect using “putty” to my DB installed using vmware and oracle developer days.
    I posted one question on OTN but couldnt succeed to complete the steps.
    https://forums.oracle.com/thread/2557832

    Can you suggest any easier way to connect to DB using putty. I am asking this because you are one of the best guys with oracle knowledge that i read about/from.
    How do you use oracle db on laptop . And do you connect using putty. Or can you suggest the easiest way to get started playing with oracle db?

    • Tanel Poder says:

      You’ll need to figure out what’s the IP address of your VM (ifconfig -a as someone suggested).
      Then you can ssh to that address with putty.
      I tend to use sqlplus from my host OS (Mac/OSX) to the Oracle DB directly if I only need DB access (you’ll need to install oracle’s instant client). But if you’re just getting started – I’d favor SQL Developer for the DB work and then work your way “deeper” to sqlplus and ssh to the server.

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