Webinar: Modernize Your Data Architecture to Deliver Oracle as a Service

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Original Air Date: February 19, 2019

About the Webinar

The migration to cloud-based data architectures continues at a rapid pace, including databases and data management. Oracle databases are part of this trend, and during this webinar you will learn how to automate the provisioning and management of Oracle databases so that you can deliver an “as-a-service” experience with 1-click simplicity. Experts will walk you through the process of:

·      Using Kubernetes to deliver a production-ready
solution for your Oracle-based applications

·        Turbocharging your data infrastructure using
cloud-native architecture

·        Improving the agility and efficiency of your BI
and Data Operation teams, Developers, and Data Scientists

·        Defining the business impact and benefits of
cloud-based Oracle solutions

About the Speaker

Rob Martin

Solution Engineer, Robin Systems

Rob Martin has more than 25 years of experience with Oracle technologies. Prior to joining Oracle in 1994, he worked in both application development and database administration amid Oracle’s database and tools ecosystem across multiple operating environments. Having spent more than 23 years as an Oracle Solution Engineer and Enterprise Architect, he is well versed in Oracle’s core data platform strategy as it relates to both on-premise and cloud-based deployment models. At Robin, his focus includes socializing the benefits of containerization within the Oracle community by demonstrating the value of Robin’s software-defined application orchestration framework and its ability to provide rapid self-service provisioning and lifecycle management for the entire Oracle stack.

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