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Oracle DBA Cloud Challenge

Oracle DBA Competence Center invites you to

Oracle DBA Cloud Challenge!

When: November, 28 2017 13:00
Where: Scotland Yard Pub, Mere pst 6E, Tallinn

Agenda:
13:00 – 15:00 Oracle DBA Cloud Challenge
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 – 17:00 Oracle DBA Cloud Challenge awards and Q/A
17:00 Networking

We introduce you the most progressive way how to acquire new skills and update your knowledge on new features of Oracle Cloud and Database 12c – DBA Cloud Challenge!

There will be no boring lecturer in front of you or predefined step-by-step instructions as you got used to during previous seminars or workshops. Here you will be challenged with tricky tasks that you will have to accomplish by yourselves in the Oracle Cloud Database Service by looking for the most efficient solution using all available knowledge bases you have (like Google or MOS). That way you will gain unique experience in the most exciting way! The one who will get most of the tasks done in limited time will be nominated the DBA Cloud Challenge Winner and get the main prize! Runner ups will be nominated with special gifts but every challenger will acquire commemorative souvenirs.

Remember – there are no losers in our Challenge! Experience and knowledge are the most valuable prizes you will ever get!

All potential challengers will get a homework a week before challenge they have to prepare in order to compete in the main event. Challenge takes place at Scotland Yard Pub on 28th of November 2017.

Winner of the challenge will get a valuable award and recognition among fellow DBA’s!

Special prizes for 2nd and 3rd places!

Beer and snacks on us!

Gifts to all participants!

Please contact us to attend: challenge@dbacc.ee

The idea and content for the event was proposed by Juris Trošins (OCM) who is a partner and expert at DBA Competence Center LTD. He is a DBA and trainer with more than 16 years of experience with Oracle Technologies.

Ilmar Kerm • 9. november 2017


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