Oracle Groundbreakers EMEA 2020 – Virtual Tour

Romanian Oracle User Group (RoOUG), in collaboration EMEA Oracle Users Community(EOUC) organize on 6th of OCTOBER a virtual event dedicated to Oracle tehnologies and users .
This event is part of an EMEA initiative tour EMEA Groundbreakers Tour and for RoOUG members we will have a full day, dedicated with 1  Hands On Lab,  4 technical sessions and a free panel discussion as follows:

10:00 – 12:00 – Developing Python Apps using Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing – Hand On Lab – speaker Malay Kumar Khawa

Oracle CIO Award Winner, Malay Kumar Khawas is a skilled Oracle Consultants and Oracle Enterprise Architect.
Malay amplifies business results using his extensive experience on Oracle Engineered System, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Identity Management, Oracle Database Administration and Oracle EBS Administration.
He employs technology to support the blend of innovation and development.
His never ending desire to learn makes him unrivalled in today’s high-tech industry.
He weaves IT solutions at the Cloud Solution Hub Bangalore to ensure the best enterprise architectures for various Oracle customers.
Malay, a renowned technophile and distinguished speaker has lead numerous Oracle’s engagements.</u
His mantra is to master new technologies and share it with the world to make technology and life simple at workplace.


15:00 – 16:00 – SSL/TLS for Mortals – speaker Maarten Mulders

In this session we’ll take a close look at TLS. We&#39;ll dive into public/private keys, and signing. We’ll also learn what all
this has to do with an unfortunate Dutch notary. Of course, there’ll be plenty of practical tips & trics, as well as

Maarten Mulders
Passionate architect, senior developer and trainer. Passionate about &quot;building the right thing&quot; and &quot;building the thing right&quot;. Focusing on lean and elegant solutions. Love to share new ideas and knowledge. Outside work, I appreciate preparing and consuming good food, photography, and music, in no particular order.

16:00 – 17:00 Typical Autonomous Database Architectures – speaker: Andrei Manoliu

Autonomous Database redefines database management ensuring higher reliability, security, and more operational
Would you like to see how this database fits in a real life architecture? Would you like to see examples how others
use this database in their projects?

Andrei Manoliu
I am part of the Oracle Customer Success Team, guiding each customer towards a long-term and sustainable
utilization of Oracle Cloud services.
I started working with the Oracle Database since 9i firstly as a developer, learning Oracle Forms and Reports on the
way. Later I changed the role to being a DBA for most of my career managing 9i, 10g, 11g, and 12c databases. Taking
the step to a presales position or later a post-sales position got me closer to the Oracle Cloud and the database
family services there.
I am one of the first Autonomous Database Certified Experts in Romania.

17:00-18:00- RMAN – From Beginner to Advanced – speaker: Marcin Przepiórowski

The Oracle Recovery Manager is main tool for backup and recovery of the Oracle database. It is very important for all DBA’s to understand how it’s working and how to resolve problems.
The goal of this presentation is to show that RMAN is a best friend of the DBA and anyone can become a RMAN “hero”

My name is Marcin Przepiorowski. I’m working with Oracle technology stack since 2001. I’m interested in three areas – automation/cloning, high availability (DataGuard, RAC, etc) and performance monitoring and troubleshooting. For last 10 years I’m involved in OUG community and blogger community. I presented on many OUG conferences. I’m a proud member of OakTable.

18:00 – 19:00 – JET another presentation, why oh why? – speaker: Alan Arentsen

Oracle JET is made with JavaScript, it’s not low-code and it looks complicated to use in APEX.
Why is it important to know more about JET? What does it add to APEX that we need it so desperately?
I will point out the importance of JET in APEX and show how you can spice up your app using JET.

Alan Arentsen is an Oracle APEX developer with experience on a wide spectrum. He has done everything between
installations and development in PL/SQL and APEX.
Alan has been developing applications in Java, C++, and various scripting tools since 1998. Since he met APEX, his
enthusiasm has grown. Nowadays he also is focussing on Oracle JET.
So far he has presented on the following conferences since 2014: DOAG, APEX World, KScope, SIOUG, OpenWorld,
OUGN, AMIS 25 BEYOND THE HORIZON, UKOUG Tech, Oracle Code, Tech Experience, HROUG, APEX Connect
In June 2017 he was rewarded with the Oracle ACE award.

19:00 – 20:00 “It works, but it hasn’t been tested” – panel discussion about PL/SQL testing; panelists: Jasmin Fluri, Sabine Heimsath, Jacek Gebal, Samuel Nitsche, Philipp Salvisberg

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