Educational Workshop Day - Friday, Nov. 5, 2010!

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Educational Workshop Day - Friday, Nov. 5, 2010!

Postby sam » Sat Aug 28, 2010 5:15 pm

UNYOUG Event
Friday, November 5, 2010

Buffalo State College
Butler Library 210
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo NY 14222



Area Map: http://www.buffalostate.edu/pdf/campusmap.pdf
Parking: See below

We have great books to give away, courtesy of Oracle Press, Packt, and O'Reilly!

Presentations:

Oracle Database Security
  James Orr, CISSP, Oracle

Database/Application User Management, Recertification and Auditing
  James Orr, CISSP, Oracle

ITEC - Toward Cloud Computing
  Dan Brint, SUNY ITEC

How Cornell uses Oracle Grid Control
  Atul Deshpande, Cornell University

Agenda:

8:00     -     9:00    Registration and Networking, Continental Breakfast
9:00     -     9:15    Welcome
9:15     -    10:15   Oracle Database Security
10:15   -    10:30   Break
10:30   -    11:30   Database/Application User Management, Recertification and Auditing
11:30   -    12:30   Lunch
12:30   -     1:45    ITEC - Toward Cloud Computing
1:45     -     2:00    Break
2:00     -     3:00    How Cornell uses Oracle Grid Control
3:00     -               Raffles & wrap-up

**Free Parking on Campus**
No parking permit is needed.  Please park in any student lot.  Lots Y and A1 are closest to Butler Library.

Registration:
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  We need a count of persons attending to properly plan for this event.  If you are planning to attend, please pre-register for the meeting here:  http://www.unyoug.com/register.php.

Membership & Fees:
UNYOUG membership is $20 per year.  The fee for non-members is $10.
* Fees are waived for those between jobs! *

Thanks!
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Oracle Database Security

Postby sam » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:56 pm

Oracle Database Security
James Orr, CISSP, Oracle

From the outset, Oracle has delivered the industry's most advanced technology to safeguard data where it lives—in the database. Oracle provides a comprehensive portfolio of security solutions to ensure data privacy, protect against insider threats, and enable regulatory compliance.

With Oracle's powerful privileged user and multi-factor access control, data classification, transparent data encryption, auditing, monitoring, and data masking, customers can deploy reliable data security solutions that do not require any changes to existing applications, saving time and money. This session will touch on the above capabilities and how they can be deployed to strengthen data level security within an Oracle database environment.

James Orr, CISSP, is currently a Principal Sales Consultant at Oracle Corporation, representing both database security and identity management solution set. He previously worked at Thor Technologies (originated of the Xellerate provisioning solution, now Oracle's Identity Manager), Loudcloud/Opsware and Netscape Communications, focusing on both data center management and internet technologies.
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Database/App User Mngmnt, Recertification and Auditing

Postby sam » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:58 pm

Database/Application User Management, Recertification and Auditing
James Orr, Oracle

The transition of identity management from an IT concern to core business enabler is powered by identity intelligence. Oracle Identity Analytics 11g provides that intelligence with rich identity analytics, dashboards, and advanced compliance features, that monitor, analyze, review, and govern user access to mitigate risk, build transparency and satisfy compliance mandates. Oracle Identity Analytics 11g's seamless integration with Oracle Identity Manager 11g ensures closed-loop remediation, including preventive and detective segregation of duties controls.

James Orr, CISSP, is currently a Principal Sales Consultant at Oracle Corporation, representing both database security and identity management solution set. He previously worked at Thor Technologies (originated of the Xellerate provisioning solution, now Oracle's Identity Manager), Loudcloud/Opsware and Netscape Communications, focusing on both data center management and internet technologies.
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ITEC - Toward Cloud Computing

Postby sam » Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:58 pm

ITEC - Toward Cloud Computing
Dan Brint , SUNY ITEC

ITEC will lay out our evolutionary path towards what is now termed 'cloud computing'.

This will include a brief history of ITEC from a mostly technical perspective (with a little business thrown in) and we will demonstrate where we are today and where we will be in the near future from a technology perspective.

We will discuss our work with key vendors to gain a better understanding as to how to support the environment we manage today and how to position ourselves for our next logical step as we work to serve the SUNY community in a high quality, cost effective and efficient manner.

Dan has nearly 20 years experience as an Oracle DBA and currently heads up a team of 9 DBAs within the State University of New York that manage 200+ Oracle databases throughout the State as well as MS SQL Server databases and various application servers.
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How Cornell uses Oracle Grid Control

Postby sam » Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:01 pm

How Cornell uses Oracle Grid Control
Atul Deshpande , Cornell University

Atul will demo how Cornell is using Grid Control to monitor hosts(unix|win|vm), databases(oracle,mssql server,mysql),  services (web URL ,applications), Kronos Devices and Job Scheduler.


Grid Architecture

 (Server) Oracle Management Server (OMS), Application Server, Repository Database

 (Agent) Oracle Management Agent running on each machine


Key Features

 Comprehensive view of our Enterprise

 Monitoring of Targets for Availability and Performance
     Out of box supported Targets (Host (unix, win), Database, ASM, Listener etc.)
     Using Metric, Policies, Rules
     Extension using plug-ins (OBIEE, MySQL, Apache Tomcat, etc.)
     Allows grouping multiple Target Types as SYSTEM to view as unified service
     Allows grouping multiple Targets into Group and view as Dashboard
     Allows user to define Service (define SLA and wrap monitoring using Service Tests and Beacons)
     Application Monitoring using Service and Web Application

 Sub System
     Notification Management
     Job Scheduler
     Beacon (Robot)

 Patching and Provisioning
     Using Concept of "Software Library" and "Deployment Procedure"
     Patching of Database and Cluster software

 Provisioning
     Oracle Software and Database creation using Clones  "gold images"

Atul Deshpande is a DBA with Cornell Information Technology – IT wing of Cornell University for last 8 years.  He has been an Oracle DBA for the last 12 years and worked with OLTP (PeopleSoft HRMS/Benefit/Payroll/ Student Learning, GL modules and Kronos Time Keeping System) and Data warehouse / Data marts (using Ralph Kimball Methodology).  In the last 12 years he has covered all aspects of the Oracle RDBMS (single instance, RAC, Data Guard) from setup, management, monitoring, patching and upgrading to new releases.

In the last 3-4 years his primary focus has been setting up Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control, showing its features to variety of audiences and doing proof-of-concepts with other departments implementing monitoring, alerts, and notifications.  He started work with version 10.2.0.1.0 then kept up – by applying patches and bug fixes until 10.2.0.5.0 was released.  After the stable version 10.2.0.5.0 was released, the grid environment was migrated from a single host environment to a highly available infrastructure environment.
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