Open Infrastructure Day
02.04.2019 in Zurich
After the success of last year’s Open Infra Day Events, we are pleased to announce that we propose you an event focused on open source technologies. The concept of the Open Infra Days consists of 2 technical streams to which various open source topics such as Suse, Linux Enterprise Server, MySQL, Cluster Control, Docker, Red Hat, Linux, MariaDB and PostgreSQL are presented.
You choose which lecture you want to attend, we share our knowledge with you and answer your questions. Not to forget that this is a free and non-binding event.
Presented by Elisa Usai
Would you like to get a clustered environment up and running in a very short time and automate your deployment? What are you waiting for? Attend my session and you will discover how to get a high available replication topology on Docker.
Presented by Joël Cattin
Linux is everywhere. Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS distributions are increasingly used on the server side. At the End of 2018, RHEL 8 Beta was released with a set of major and minor new features. Let’s discover some of them.
Presented by Stéphane Biehler
Oracle’s JVM was provided for free for a while. Since the beginning of the year 2019, this model has changed. Join this session to discover Oracle’s vision on its JVM licensing model and how to manage a smooth transition for your product or your infrastructure. We will discuss the planned roadmap as well as the new model of JVM versions and a no cost alternative to keep it working.
Presented by Julia Gugel
Module installation, firewall, chrony, etc. SUSE brings some core changes with its new version and seeks to meet the changing business demands. In particular the module installation, will change the way a SUSE system is working.
Presented by Hervé Schweitzer
When tuning a database system, the same problems often arise, regardless of the database system: Optimizer features/bugs, badly written SQL, understanding of database parameters and storage and operating system (mis-) configuration. PostgreSQL is not an exception. However, when trying to tune PostgreSQL with a pure Oracle background there are some similarities and major differences. One commonly misunderstood area is the optimization on PostgreSQL and what it can or cannot do. This topic may be challenging, especially for long-term Oracle DBAs who recently switched to PostgreSQL.
Presented by Daniel Westermann (dbi services) and Konstantin Yershov (Red Hat)
Docker and Kubernetes are everywhere and OpenShift is one of the major platforms for them. Combining these two technologies with EDB Containers will push your database infrastructure to a new level: Easy deployment, autoscaling, automatic failover, active directory integration and backup & recovery. We will start with a short introduction and then get in the heart of the matter with a live demo.
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