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* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 1:00 pm

Oracle Applications User Experience Innovations: Visualization, Andrew Gilmour, Laurie Pattison, Thao Nguyen, Oracle Corporation Tue, Sep 1, 2015 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM MDT Today’s users have access to an overwhelming amount of information. How does Oracle’s user experience team help you sift through all of this data and make it meaningful to you? Oracle leverages today’s innovative technologies to build contemporary, flexible, context-based visualizations that allow users to see and explore information in ways that are fun and easy, and make the most sense to you. Oracle’s user experience team will share the inspiration and design philosophy behind some of Oracle’s newest visualizations. You’ll see what the visualizations are, how they allow you to accomplish what’s most important to you, and how they were built using Oracle technology that’s available off the shelf today.

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* IOUG Free WebinarsIOUG Free Webinars

Time: 11:00 am

Eliminate System Vulnerabilities Faster with Integrated Technology Patching Wed, Sep 2, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT According to the 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report more than 99% of system breaches occurred more than a year after the exploited system vulnerability had been identified. Oracle’s unique ability to deliver integrated technology patches allows organizations to accelerate the process and lower the cost of eliminating known system vulnerabilities. This session will examine unique components of Oracle’s technology, product and support strategy that allows it to create and deliver comprehensive patches that reduce its customers’ exposure to known vulnerabilities and simplifies the process of system maintenance. Participants will leave with: - An understanding of Oracle's patching strategy, including: server, operating system, virtualization, storage and networking - Customer examples of how integrated patching has improved their system maintenance processes and limited unplanned downtime

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* AuraPlayer Free WebinarAuraPlayer Free Webinar

Time: 11:00 am

Oracle Forms 12c and Beyond New Features – Round 2 In this webinar, you’ll learn about the vision and roadmap for Oracle Forms straight from the Oracle Forms Product Manager himself. Get a sneak preview of new features Oracle is planning for future Oracle Forms releases, and learn about some less commonly used features that could help improve your application. We will also discuss the benefits of upgrading now rather than later. You’ll have the opportunity to share your ideas directly with the Oracle Forms Product Management and possibly see one of your feature ideas added to a future release. Presenters are Mia Urman (Oracle Director ACE) and Michael Ferrante (Oracle Forms Product Manager).

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* EnterpriseDB Free webinarEnterpriseDB Free webinar

Time: 6:00 am

5 Tips to Simplify the Management of Your Postgres Database Presenter: Alan Santos, Product Manager Date: Thursday, September 10 at 8 AM EDT Don’t miss this webinar to gain insight, best practices and tips to manage, monitor and optimize your Postgres database on premise and in the cloud. Alan Santos, Product Manager at EnterpriseDB, will give a short technical demonstration and review capacity planning, monitoring and acting on key performance indicators, database and application performance evaluation and other management activities. By attending this 30-minute webinar, you will gain useful best practice information from the field based on how peers are developing, deploying and supporting production Postgres databases.

* ODTUG Free WebinarODTUG Free Webinar

Time: 10:00 am

OBIEE and Hyperion Planning: Better Together, Kevin McGinley, Red Pill Analytics Thu, Sep 10, 2015 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM MDT With the release of OBIEE 11.1.1.9, Hyperion Planning is now a certified data source for dashboard reporting through OBIEE. This opens the door to expose Hyperion Planning data to a larger audience without extracting the data and loading it into a Data Warehouse. In this presentation, we'll walk through the requirements for this feature, how it is configured, a demo of it in action against a live Hyperion Planning instance, and tips for making best use of this new capability in your organization.

* IOUG Free WebinarsIOUG Free Webinars

Time: 11:00 am

VMware SIG Webcast: Myth-Defied! Busting the Myths of Database Virtualization Thu, Sep 10, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT Perhaps, if you have been living under a rock on a far distant planet, void of anything technical and perhaps, if the internet is not delivered directly to your home, work, phone or car then perhaps, just perhaps, you have not heard of the IT rage known as ‘Virtualization’. The more likely scenario, however, is that you, the Oracle professional, receive daily messages from more vendors than you can count, all espousing the ease and virtue of ‘Private Clouds’, ‘Public Clouds’, and ‘Platform as a Service’ encouraging you to make the virtualization leap today or be left behind tomorrow… Yet amidst all of these choices and clamor, how do you find the truth? More importantly, as a concerned Oracle professional, should you even consider placing your most valuable data assets within a virtual infrastructure? Can mission-critical Oracle databases even run on virtual infrastructures? What is fact? What is myth? And in the end, where does this all lead? In 2008, Indiana University grappled with many of these questions and more, ultimately arriving at a multi-year strategy which has allowed the institution to successfully migrate all enterprise class, mission-critical systems to the virtual infrastructure. Busting database virtualization myths and taboos, the University realized seven figure cost savings and experienced clear operational improvements, all while supporting the data needs of more than 120,000 students, faculty and staff. Bring your hardhats and safety goggles as we explore various Oracle database virtualization myths both BUSTED and CONFIRMED based upon the University’s years of virtualized database experience Featured Speaker: Daniel J. Young, Indiana University

* RMOUG Big Data SIG meetupRMOUG Big Data SIG meetup

Time: 6:00 pm

TBD - please check back soon!

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* Deadline: Oct 2015 ScholarshipDeadline: Oct 2015 Scholarship

Stan Yellott Scholarship Application deadline for October 2015 scholarship distribution. Application deadlines: - March 15th for an April scholarship distribution - June 15th for a July scholarship distribution - September 15th for an October scholarship distribution - December 15th for a January scholarship distribution Eligibility Requirements: - Registered or the intent to register at an accredited post secondary educational institution in the United States - Minimum GPA 2.5 from a current official transcript - Currently enrolled in a computer science/information technology class and/or intends to enroll in a computer science the following term Award notification will be given within 45 days following application deadlines. Upon acceptance of the scholarship, additional information may be required.

* Board of Directors meetingBoard of Directors meeting

Time: 6:00 pm

Monthly scheduled meeting of the RMOUG Board of Directors. These meetings are open to the public. Web-conference URL: https://delphix.webex.com/join/tgorman Choices for audio: 1) Use computer speaker/microphone 2) Call to join at: +1-408-792-6300, meeting 571-446-822 3) WebEx can call your phone (to avoid toll charges)

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* SolarWinds free webinarSolarWinds free webinar

Time: 10:00 am

The Proper Care and Feeding Of MySQL Databases for Busy Linux Administrators with David Stokes Wednesday, September 16, 2015 12 PM EST / 4 PM GMT Are you a Linux Admin who 'also has' MySQL DBA responsibilities but no DBA training? Do you wonder why databases are the problem children of all the software services you are responsible for? Then this webinar is for you. You'll learn all about: - Why databases do not play well with others - How (and how often) you should be doing backups - How MySQL use authentication is 'too permissive' - Which configuration hints keep the server happy - Other best practices to keep your MySQL instances happy and shiny for years to come Join us for this exciting live webinar on what you should know about the proper care and feeding of MySQL databases, with Dave Stokes, MySQL Community Manager at Oracle, and Janis Griffin, Database Performance Evangelist at SolarWinds.

* AuraPlayer Free WebinarAuraPlayer Free Webinar

Time: 11:00 am

Webinar: Strategies for Mobilizing Your Oracle Forms Applications As mobile devices become the primary means for accessing information, enterprises must find a way to accelerate mobilization. In this session, AuraPlayer CEO and Oracle Ace Director, Mia Urman, will describe Oracle and AuraPlayer’s joint solution for leveraging Oracle Forms and EBS systems on mobile devices and tablets – a solution that will mobilize your data in a matter of days. The AuraPlayer CEO will also discuss the new Oracle toolset for mobile development, MAF, which includes all the bells and whistles of today’s cutting-edge apps (including features such as gesture control, graphing, barcode capture, camera, notifications, etc.) You’ll also see a demonstration of how to make forms/EBS applications function as Webservices when utilizing AuraPlayer. This session will serve as a guide to begin your mobile journey and will show you how you can utilize both existing applications and new Oracle development tools to get functioning with mobile applications in record time. You’ll be able to mobile-enable your legacy systems without re-development as soon as next week. Our CEO will show you step-by-step how to begin your mobile journey if you are a Forms or EBS user, including what factors to consider when going mobile, how to overcome mobile challenges, and how to leverage existing investments in the mobile world.

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* Regis U. Free Education OpptyRegis U. Free Education Oppty

Time: 7:30 am

Attracting and Retaining Women for Careers in Technology Regis University/College of Computer & Information Sciences Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM (MDT) Denver, CO Did you know that in 2014, 57% of the professional occupations in the United States are held by women, but only 26% of computing professionals were women, and only 6 percent of CIO's were women? Did you know that 1.2 million computing job openings are expect by 2022 at nearly 40% of those could be filled by a person with a computing related bachelor's degree? Did you know that while more than 55% percent of Advanced Placement test-takers were female in 2014, and only 20% of the Computer Science test takes were female? Did you know that while there 26% of women in the computing workforce, only 3% of the workforce were African-American woment, only 5% were Asian women, and only 1% were Hispanic women? In the region that Forbes just name the best place for business and careers with major industries in Aerospace, Telecommunications, and Technology and college attainment of 40%, Denver and the Front Range need to take steps to build a diversified workforce in technology. A diverse workforce improves connections with customers, employee innovation, recruitment and retention, and continuous quality improvement. In short, diversity enables an organization to better performance. What steps can you take? How can you improve the workforce composition? Join the Conversation Panelists: Chris Onan, Co-Founder, Galvanize Terry Morreale, Chief Technology Officer, NCWIT Sharyl Rose, Chief Information Security Office, Catholic Health Initiatives Lauren Hybinette-Bean, Sales, Engineer, Mobile for Oracle Corporation and Regis CC&IS Alum Darci Barlow, President, Colorado Young Leaders Shari Plantz-Masters, Dean, Regis University, College of Computer & Information Sciences

* TDWI free webinarTDWI free webinar

Time: 10:00 am

Using New Database Technologies to Drive Competitive Advantage TDWI Speaker: Colin White, President and Founder of BI Research Date: Thursday, September 17, 2015 Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET Webinar Abstract For the past three decades, relational database management systems have formed the bedrock on which most operational and analytics applications have been built. Over this time frame, these systems evolved and matured to the level where database technology became a commodity. Recently, however, many database products have added significant improvements that make possible what was previously impossible. These improvements not only enhance performance and reduce costs, but also enable the handling of new types of data and applications. At the same time, new non-relational products have been introduced that support workloads not always suited to a relational architecture. The net result is that database systems are no longer a commodity, and choosing the right system for your projects is critical to business success. This Webinar looks at recent developments in the database field and offers advice on how to choose the right product for your business. A short history of database systems Recent developments and how they disrupt both IT and the business Making possible what was not possible before Choosing the right database technologies and products for your business Where next?

* IOUG Free WebinarsIOUG Free Webinars

Time: 11:00 am

Advancing your Education and your Career: Discover the Benefits of IOUG Membership Thu, Sep 17, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT Welcome to IOUG Membership! You are now connected with over 25,000 Oracle users, so now what? Join IOUG for our New Member Webinar and learn how you can maximize your membership and make the most of your training dollars. IOUG staff will dive into your membership benefits including: * Discounts to attend IOUG Forum * Accessing your latest copy of SELECT Journal * How to maximize your education with IOUG's Resource Center * Connecting with local and specialized Oracle Users Also attend to learn how to access IOUG webcasts, add members to your corporate account, become an IOUG volunteer and more! Featured Speakers: Josh Berman, IOUG Executive Director Caryn Thor, IOUG Membership and Operations Associate

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* Denver SQLSaturday 2015Denver SQLSaturday 2015

Time: 8:00 am

SQLSaturday #441, Denver 2015 SQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will be held September 19, 2015 at The Summit Event Center, 411 N. Sable Blvd., Denver, CO 80011. Admittance to this event is free, but we do charge a lunch fee of so that we can provide a lunch - not pizza! Please register soon as seating is limited, and let friends and colleagues know about the event.

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* TDWI Conference San DiegoTDWI Conference San Diego

Join us at TDWI San Diego for end-to-end coverage of the most important and complex topics, skills, and disciplines that are essential to succeed in today’s data-driven world of business. Unlike any other conference experience, TDWI San Diego gives you the depth and breadth of knowledge and hands-on experience needed to deliver a cohesive data strategy that covers the continuum—from traditional structured data to big data, and from reporting to advanced analytics.

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* TDWI Exec Summit in San DiegoTDWI Exec Summit in San Diego

Building Business Advantage with Customer Data and Analytics Know Your Customers and Make Smarter Decisions Customers come in all shapes and sizes. They are consumers, patients, clients—and influencers. Tapping the full potential of customer data inside and outside your organization is critical to achieving higher efficiency and effectiveness in marketing, customer service, and customer engagement across channels. The foundation must be a solid but flexible data architecture that supports a variety of analytics—predictive, social media, and more—to help the business act in the right way and at the right time to please customers and keep them loyal. This TDWI Executive Summit brings together expert speakers, case studies, and panel discussion of best practices to help you connect data management strategies with powerful analytics that raise customer intelligence and move your business forward.

* TDWI Conference San DiegoTDWI Conference San Diego

Join us at TDWI San Diego for end-to-end coverage of the most important and complex topics, skills, and disciplines that are essential to succeed in today’s data-driven world of business. Unlike any other conference experience, TDWI San Diego gives you the depth and breadth of knowledge and hands-on experience needed to deliver a cohesive data strategy that covers the continuum—from traditional structured data to big data, and from reporting to advanced analytics.

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* TDWI Exec Summit in San DiegoTDWI Exec Summit in San Diego

Building Business Advantage with Customer Data and Analytics Know Your Customers and Make Smarter Decisions Customers come in all shapes and sizes. They are consumers, patients, clients—and influencers. Tapping the full potential of customer data inside and outside your organization is critical to achieving higher efficiency and effectiveness in marketing, customer service, and customer engagement across channels. The foundation must be a solid but flexible data architecture that supports a variety of analytics—predictive, social media, and more—to help the business act in the right way and at the right time to please customers and keep them loyal. This TDWI Executive Summit brings together expert speakers, case studies, and panel discussion of best practices to help you connect data management strategies with powerful analytics that raise customer intelligence and move your business forward.

* TDWI Conference San DiegoTDWI Conference San Diego

Join us at TDWI San Diego for end-to-end coverage of the most important and complex topics, skills, and disciplines that are essential to succeed in today’s data-driven world of business. Unlike any other conference experience, TDWI San Diego gives you the depth and breadth of knowledge and hands-on experience needed to deliver a cohesive data strategy that covers the continuum—from traditional structured data to big data, and from reporting to advanced analytics.

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* TDWI Conference San DiegoTDWI Conference San Diego

Join us at TDWI San Diego for end-to-end coverage of the most important and complex topics, skills, and disciplines that are essential to succeed in today’s data-driven world of business. Unlike any other conference experience, TDWI San Diego gives you the depth and breadth of knowledge and hands-on experience needed to deliver a cohesive data strategy that covers the continuum—from traditional structured data to big data, and from reporting to advanced analytics.

* TDWI Exec Summit in San DiegoTDWI Exec Summit in San Diego

Building Business Advantage with Customer Data and Analytics Know Your Customers and Make Smarter Decisions Customers come in all shapes and sizes. They are consumers, patients, clients—and influencers. Tapping the full potential of customer data inside and outside your organization is critical to achieving higher efficiency and effectiveness in marketing, customer service, and customer engagement across channels. The foundation must be a solid but flexible data architecture that supports a variety of analytics—predictive, social media, and more—to help the business act in the right way and at the right time to please customers and keep them loyal. This TDWI Executive Summit brings together expert speakers, case studies, and panel discussion of best practices to help you connect data management strategies with powerful analytics that raise customer intelligence and move your business forward.

* EnterpriseDB Free webinarEnterpriseDB Free webinar

Time: 6:00 am

Part 1: NOSQL on ACID - Meet Unstructured Postgres Presenter: Marc Linster, SVP Products & Services Date: Wednesday, September 23 at 8:00 am EST Register and attend this special webinar featuring Postgres’ NoSQL capabilities! This presentation will review Postgres’ unsurpassed NoSQL capabilities, which include a very rich JSON data type, a key-value pair data type, and a SQL/MED-based virtual data integration capability to bridge between Postgres and many other databases. Marc Linster, EDB’s SVP of Products and Services will discuss NoSQL syntax, NoSQL performance, and SQL/NoSQL integration and implementation recommendations. At the end of this webinar, database professionals will be able to assess Postgres’ NoSQL capabilities, and its unique ability to support the creation of very advanced data management solutions building on a ‘Not Only SQL’ paradigm.

* EnterpriseDB Free webinarEnterpriseDB Free webinar

Time: 11:00 am

Part 2: NOSQL on ACID - Meet Unstructured Postgres Presenter: Marc Linster, SVP Products & Services Date: Wednesday, September 23 at 8:00 am EST Register and attend this special webinar featuring Postgres’ NoSQL capabilities! This presentation will review Postgres’ unsurpassed NoSQL capabilities, which include a very rich JSON data type, a key-value pair data type, and a SQL/MED-based virtual data integration capability to bridge between Postgres and many other databases. Marc Linster, EDB’s SVP of Products and Services will discuss NoSQL syntax, NoSQL performance, and SQL/NoSQL integration and implementation recommendations. At the end of this webinar, database professionals will be able to assess Postgres’ NoSQL capabilities, and its unique ability to support the creation of very advanced data management solutions building on a ‘Not Only SQL’ paradigm.

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* NYOUG Fall General MeetingNYOUG Fall General Meeting

Fall 2015 general meeting of the New York Oracle Users Group at location TBD in downtown NYC, NY.

* TDWI Conference San DiegoTDWI Conference San Diego

Join us at TDWI San Diego for end-to-end coverage of the most important and complex topics, skills, and disciplines that are essential to succeed in today’s data-driven world of business. Unlike any other conference experience, TDWI San Diego gives you the depth and breadth of knowledge and hands-on experience needed to deliver a cohesive data strategy that covers the continuum—from traditional structured data to big data, and from reporting to advanced analytics.

* TDWI free webinarTDWI free webinar

Time: 10:00 am

Igniting Analytics: Apache Spark’s Promise and Potential Perils TDWI Speaker: Philip Russom, TDWI Research Director Date: Thursday, September 24, 2015 Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET Webinar Abstract Apache Spark is a parallel processing engine for big data that achieves high speed and low latency by leveraging in-memory computing and cyclic data flows. Benchmarks show Spark to be up to 100 times faster than Hadoop MapReduce with in-memory operations and 10 times fast with disk-bound ones. High performance aside, interest in Spark is rising rapidly because it offers a number of other advantages over Hadoop MapReduce, while also aligning with the needs of enterprise users and IT organizations. This Webinar will discuss a number of those advantages: Broad compatibility. Spark SQL reuses the Hive front end and metastore to provide compatibility with existing Hive data, queries, and UDFs. Spark SQL’s server mode extends interoperability via industry-standard ODBC/JDBC. Flexible deployment. Spark runs on its standalone cluster, Amazon EC2, Hadoop YARN, and Apache Mesos. A single job, query, or stream processing can be executed in either batch or interactive mode via Scala, Python, and R shells. One console for seamless development and diverse functionality. Apache Spark includes libraries for four high-level applications: SQL, streaming data, machine learning, and graph analytics. These are integrated tightly, so users can create apps that mix SQL queries and stream processing alongside complex analytic algorithms. Native support for standard SQL. In a recent TDWI survey, 69% of users surveyed said that ANSI-standard SQL on Hadoop is required for broad enterprise use. That’s because a modern enterprise wants to leverage pre-existing SQL skills and SQL-based tools. Furthermore, users want fast queries on Hadoop, to enable data exploration, analytics, and other interactive, data-driven practices. Spark and its SQL support promise to enable these, which in turn will spark big data analytics for end users This Webinar will also contemplate Spark’s role today and in the future, including the following: Real-world use cases for Spark and its four application libraries How Spark can either replace or complement MapReduce, Pig, Hive, HBase, etc. Moving from Spark pilot to production—potential pitfalls How Spark should integrate with the broader analytics ecosystem Future directions for Spark SQL and similar open-source tools, such as Drill and Presto

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* TDWI Conference San DiegoTDWI Conference San Diego

Join us at TDWI San Diego for end-to-end coverage of the most important and complex topics, skills, and disciplines that are essential to succeed in today’s data-driven world of business. Unlike any other conference experience, TDWI San Diego gives you the depth and breadth of knowledge and hands-on experience needed to deliver a cohesive data strategy that covers the continuum—from traditional structured data to big data, and from reporting to advanced analytics.

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* TDWI free webinarTDWI free webinar

Time: 10:00 am

New Approaches for Fast Decision Making with Analytics: 5 Tips You Should Know TDWI Speaker: Fern Halper, TDWI Research Director Date: Tuesday, September 29, 2015 Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET Webinar Abstract Changes are occurring in how businesses make decisions. Successful companies are not willing to wait a week or even a day for insight from IT. They want it on-demand, close to real time, and more frequently—and embedded into business processes. Organizations want easy-to-use analytics software for both traditional BI and even more advanced analytics. The need for speed, flexibility, and agility in decision making is becoming a business imperative. The flip side is that data is becoming more voluminous, more disparate, and more real-time. There is more to analyze and it is potentially more complex. Analytics is also becoming more advanced. To meet this need, organizations are frequently deploying analytics platforms with fast processing and in-memory capabilities. They are examining their data processes, skill sets, and culture in order to meet the requirements for delivering quick insight and action. Join this Webcast featuring a case study from Cisco describing how it successfully met its need for speed. The Webcast will also include a lively roundtable discussion on how organizations can get to insight more rapidly and improve their decision-making processes. You will learn: Trends in decision making with BI and analytics How organizations are overcoming the need for speed in decision making Best practices to get started with more rapid decision making

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* #td16 Call for Papers deadline#td16 Call for Papers deadline

Deadline for the "Call For Papers" abstract submissions for the "Training Days 2016" conference on Tue-Thu 09-11 February 2016 at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver CO. Follow news about the conference on Twitter at @RMOUG_ORG and hash-tag "#td16".

* EnterpriseDB Free webinarEnterpriseDB Free webinar

Time: 6:00 am

Part 1: Getting started with PostGIS Presenter: Adam Wright, Postgres Database Consultant Date: Wednesday, September 30 at 8:00am EST Learn what it means to support a spatial database, and start to see the power of answering spatial questions inside the database. Adam Wright, Postgres Database Consultant will review and discuss: An overview of Postgres and EDB Postgres Plus An overview of PostGIS Geographic Information System (GIS) Basics Examples of spatial definitions Accessing and loading spatial data Power of GIS + SQL Who should attend? This presentation is for DBAs, Data Architects, IT Managers, IT Directors, and IT Strategists who are new to GIS or have been tasked with extending their database system with powerful spatial capabilities.

* TDWI free webinarTDWI free webinar

Time: 10:00 am

Cloud: Your Adaptive Integration Platform? TDWI Speaker: Philip Russom, TDWI Research Director Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET Webinar Abstract When a new technology or platform enters IT, we often see it applied first with operational applications and their servers. Then BI platforms and data warehouses adopt the new technology, followed by data management tools. We’ve seen this with various technologies, including Java and services. We’re now seeing the same sequence with clouds (whether public, private, or hybrid). In fact, we’re at a stage in the life cycle of clouds where users are adopting data integration (DI) tools that are cloud-based. This makes sense for many DI use cases. For example, the fluid allocation of virtualized server resources that’s typical of a cloud lends itself to DI solutions, which tend to ramp up quickly (at scheduled moments) and conclude almost as suddenly. As DI dives deeper into big data, which itself is growing, capacity planning and tactical reactions to spikes in growth are greatly simplified by cloud computing. Many organizations are exchanging data across geographically dispersed business units and partnering firms, and a cloud can be a useful, neutral location for staging and processing B2B data. As the number and variety of clouds used by enterprises rises, DI tools and services will eventually become infrastructure pieces for integrating data across multiple forms of clouds, as well as traditional platforms. Even so, there are challenges that cloud-based DI must address. Cloud offerings must allay user concerns about the security, privacy, governance, and compliance of their data. Cloud-based DI tools and solutions must prove that they support mature DI functions, especially numerous interface types and productive development environments. And cloud DI must show that it can straddle many worlds, including new cloud-based ones, Web applications, mature client-server environments, and older legacy platforms. After all, none of these will go away; but they are certainly being joined by clouds. What you will learn in this TDWI Webinar The benefits of and barriers to cloud DI Prominent use cases for cloud-based data integration solutions Trends and possible future directions for DI, as it embraces the cloud

* EnterpriseDB Free webinarEnterpriseDB Free webinar

Time: 11:00 am

Part 2 - Getting started with PostGIS Presenter: Adam Wright, Postgres Database Consultant Date: Wednesday, September 30 at 1:00pm EST Learn what it means to support a spatial database, and start to see the power of answering spatial questions inside the database. Adam Wright, Postgres Database Consultant will review and discuss: An overview of Postgres and EDB Postgres Plus An overview of PostGIS Geographic Information System (GIS) Basics Examples of spatial definitions Accessing and loading spatial data Power of GIS + SQL Who should attend? This presentation is for DBAs, Data Architects, IT Managers, IT Directors, and IT Strategists who are new to GIS or have been tasked with extending their database system with powerful spatial capabilities.

     
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