- Mark your calendar for the next Oracle user group meeting on Thursday, October 28th from 11:30am - 1:00pm. Henry Lovoy, from Healthsouth, has recentlyMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 8, 2010View SourceMark your calendar for the next Oracle user group meeting on Thursday, October 28th from 11:30am - 1:00pm. Henry Lovoy, from Healthsouth, has recently returned from presenting at Oracle OpenWorld and he will be giving his presentation on Oracle Advanced Replication.We'll be meeting at ProAssurance and lunch will be provided by Allstates Technical Services.It's not too early to send in your RSVP.Here's a quick overview:
Using Oracle 11g Advanced Compression to Manage Data from Cradle-to-Grave
Are you managing rapid data growth for your Oracle 11g database? Natural business growth, development of new applications, and legal requirements to retain data longer are all challenges in our Oracle 11g database environment. Attend this session to learn about utilizing the Oracle Advanced Compression option in the Oracle 11g Database as a key to your data lifecycle management to meet these challenges. Using real world examples, this session will cover using Oracle Advanced Compression managing database tables from the design and build phase, production use, and eventual archive. The presentation will also cover using Oracle Advanced Compression with Data Pump to compress data during export as a last phase for your data
Henry Lovoy is the Data Manager at Healthsouth Corporation in Birmingham, Alabama where he primarily manages the DBA team. He also manages the Clinical Technology group which is an intersection of information system and rehabilitation technology. Prior to managing the database team, he was a DBA working on various projects ranging from ERP upgrades to new backup and recovery implementations. He obtained his Bachelors of Science in Computer and Information Science at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and has earned his ITIL and CISA professional certifications. He has made other presentations on subjects related to Oracle databases in the past.
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