- Date:Jul. 18, 2018
- Heure: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST
- Durée:180 Minutes
- Événement:En ligne
Under pressure to become more agile? Wish you had more time for innovation? Learn how to easily achieve those goals and more when you join top database management experts from Quest® and DLT at this exclusive event.
You’ll see how to:
- Spend less time managing your data environment, and more time building a data-driven business.
- Develop, monitor, manage, protect and replicate databases faster and more reliably.
- Automate tasks, enable collaboration, simplify database performance monitoring and increase database availability.
1:00 – 1:05 Welcoming comments
1:05 – 1:20 The Quest Vision for IT (Chris Roberts)
1:20 – 2:15 TOAD Overview & Updates (Russ Tuttle)
2:15 – 3:00 Foglight Overview & Updates (Chris Roberts)
3:00 – 3:45 Shareplex: Beyond High Availability Replication’s Changing Role (Susan Wong)
3:45 – 4:00 Roundtable Q&A (Chris, Russ, Susan)
Russ lives in Colorado and has been a Sales Engineer specializing in Quest Software’s database products for over 15 years. He enjoys playing hockey, cycling, hiking in the Colorado Rockies and Colorado’s great craft beer scene. Before Quest Russ worked as a DBA and Developer for Oracle.
As a Solution Architect for Quest Software, Chris engages with enterprise clients to provide guidance and solutions to the most demanding of technical issues facing leadership today. He has worked with industry leaders to launch and deliver new technology products for personal and business computing needs from the desktop into the datacenter and now back to the cloud. Chris studied Computer Science at USC, Andrews University and the University of Maryland. His first microcomputer was a Timex Sinclair. First minicomputer was an HP3000. First mainframe was a Xerox Sigma series. Chris is always looking for his next ‘First’.
Susan has been a Solutions Architect supporting business continuity and Oracle performance management and tuning for decades. Susan has performed numerous consulting engagements implementing configurations for reporting, migration, high availability and more to ensure companies meet their Oracle database availability since Oracle 7x. Other configurations include replication on-prem, remote, cloud, as well as to various targets including SQL Server, Postgres, MySQL, Kafka and more. Susan has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA.