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Michelle (Webinar Producer): All right, everyone good morning Good afternoon, welcome to today's webinar my name is Michelle and i'll be emceeing the section, the topic today is all about the key features and advantages of Oracle cloud infrastructure.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Before we get started with the webinar I want to cover the functionalities during the session everyone's microphones will be muted.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): But we want this to be an open discussion so if there are any questions, please enter them in the Q amp a box at the bottom of your screen, we will have a dedicated question answer session after the presentation, but we'll try and get to your questions during the live session as well.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): The webinar is being recorded and will share copy with everyone near the end of the week.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Our speaker today is Karen referred Karen is our certified or co instructor who has been working with and teaching Oracle classes for over 25 years as a programmer database administrator consultant and technical trainer.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Her primary background is Oracle database and Oracle development tools Karen is an oracle certified professional Oracle certified master certified technical trainer and modern classroom certified trainer.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): we're in for an informative discussion with a few demos so let's get started Karen you can take it away.
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Karen Reliford: All right, well good day to everybody, welcome to our webinar today as Michelle mentioned, let me just get in i'm gonna get into my slide deck here.
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Karen Reliford: So let's get things rolling.
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Karen Reliford: So she introduced me i'm going to go ahead and just kind of move into the discussion that we're going to have.
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Karen Reliford: So what I want to take a look at and what I want to share with you show you a few things and go over a few of these items, so we wanted to talk about what makes Oracle cloud a little bit unique from perhaps some of the other cloud products that are out there.
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Karen Reliford: Is there, I mean we're not going to say there were, who is the only one that is in this cloud arena, but really what we want to look at it sort of what makes Oracle cloud a little bit unique, so what i'm also going to do at this point is i'm going to throw up a poll question here.
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Karen Reliford: All right and just give this a second, and if you don't mind share with us it'd be really interesting to find out.
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Karen Reliford: What cloud products are you considering or using right now, and our focus is going to be sort of what makes Oracle cloud unique, what are the differentiators here there's always interesting to see what folks are using.
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Karen Reliford: Right let's see we've got just a few i'm going to leave out for a couple of seconds more.
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Karen Reliford: See what's going on.
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Karen Reliford: Now.
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Karen Reliford: looks like i've got.
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Karen Reliford: A number of people that have answered that one, so let me go ahead and just give it another couple of seconds.
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Karen Reliford: see where we're at.
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Karen Reliford: alrighty and let me just end this and let's take a look at what we got for results in there, we go, so we can see, I mean Oracle is certainly not the only cloud product that is in use, right now, and we are what's interesting is some of the other ones they're definitely up there.
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Karen Reliford: let's go lean and.
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Karen Reliford: Go back to our slides here so let's go kind of get into what are some of the key differentiators what is what basically what is Oracle cloud have that perhaps.
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Karen Reliford: I said the others don't have we don't have in quite the same way into the sort of five main areas that i'm going to mention and talk about here.
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Karen Reliford: First of all, this full stack of cloud offerings because Oracle, as you know, also has an entire application suite and they have an entire application suite that is also cloud based.
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Karen Reliford: On, which is a little different than some of the other cloud vendors that are out there, so we're talking about that one the integration with the other.
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Karen Reliford: Applications the other or collapse there mentioned something in this cloud first delivery, which is an approach that Articles using when they're releasing their product lines.
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Karen Reliford: spend a few minutes on autonomy database right and then most of the time i'm going to talk about this tenancy compartment model which is really kind of a security functionality.
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Karen Reliford: That oci has.
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Karen Reliford: So, in terms of the full suite of cloud solutions, realistically, I mean Oracle is kind of the only one that has software as a service that's Oracle software Oracle applications.
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Karen Reliford: full blown infrastructure as a service of course platform as a service and some of the other product, the other cloud vendors certainly have multiples of these layers.
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Karen Reliford: But to really look at all of these in a full suite on this is something where, again I think oracle's a little bit unique in that they have, especially the software as a service that they can bring into the whole cloud arena.
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Karen Reliford: And then, of course, we do have a full blown integration with Oracle third party Oracle products third party our products that are out there and i'm going to just sort of switch gears here for a second.
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Karen Reliford: Right and let's see if I can get into.
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Karen Reliford: There we go, so there is my Oracle cloud infrastructure and i'm going to start by just show you really quickly the Oracle marketplace.
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Karen Reliford: If we go in and take a look at the Oracle marketplace we've got I said there's all applications anything under this all applications that's in here.
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Karen Reliford: By the way.
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Karen Reliford: This all of this stuff is basically you know vetted and asserted by Oracle that they will definitely work with Oracle cloud, and you know some of these are third party, some of them are actually Oracle.
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Karen Reliford: Five olean, for example, and do a search on peoplesoft here you'll notice that we've got you know integration with the peoplesoft applications, so if you happen to be running on peoplesoft campus solutions.
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Karen Reliford: we're going to be able to look at integrating campus solutions, the the cloud version of campus solutions right into oci it's going to be just a few clicks to get it all configured and set up.
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Karen Reliford: If you're using you know interaction hub financials if you were using you know jd edwards now we've got the jd edwards suite is in here um so all of these Oracle products, all of these Oracle software side of things, fully integrated yet.
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Karen Reliford: And that's a little bit what we're talking about in here right is all of these integrated tools so i'm going to put up another quick little poll question here, so let me go in and i'm going to put up another one here because another thing of be very interesting to find out.
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Karen Reliford: and give everybody a couple of moments in here what our products are you currently using database are you using the E business suite and the Oracle cloud Apps are you looking are using any of the engineered solutions, we have some folks working on people soft.
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Karen Reliford: I that's in here.
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Karen Reliford: I said so other products like primavera web logic that middle tier right, which you know is compatible to to things like web sphere, but your middle tier stuff.
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Karen Reliford: So we have an interesting Max.
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Karen Reliford: Right so interesting not too many folks on engineered solutions in this particular group anybody and playing with application express let's talk about that one and just a minute to.
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Karen Reliford: Alright, so let me go ahead let's in this and just to show where folks are so it looks like the vast majority it's the database in web logic.
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Karen Reliford: That we're seeing some folks on people saw some people on jd edwards and some of the other products that are out there, they definitely we seem to see it me to worry in to what is considered the core products that Oracle has so i'm not going to say i'm completely surprised by this.
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Karen Reliford: All right now the cloud first delivery.
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Karen Reliford: One of the things that Oracle has started to do, and then they did this with the database.
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Karen Reliford: And also show you this in a second but Oracle as they're releasing new versions of their product, in particular, their databases and some of their core product.
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Karen Reliford: One of the things that Oracle is doing is they are releasing things to the cloud before they're releasing it to on premise download.
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Karen Reliford: So, if we take it just Oracle database see I did the latest the greatest the newest version of the Oracle database Oracle database 21 see.
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Karen Reliford: If I go in and take a look at the software release now, this is the software download page and there's my database see.
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Karen Reliford: All right, it is available for download now I there's several different flavors of it there's an oracle database on Prem for Linux or windows, but if I go in and take a look.
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Karen Reliford: All right, let's get into here all right, I can go in and see Oracle database see download all right, I can pick my different platforms so i'm just going to look at the Linux platform for here but notice that it was published in August of 2021 August 13.
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Karen Reliford: Oracle database see was officially launched on January 13 2021 and it was launched to the cloud first.
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Karen Reliford: And even though it was officially launched on January 13 2021.
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Karen Reliford: It actually was available probably late December of 2020.
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Karen Reliford: But this is again, one of the things that Oracle is starting to do with their their cloud infrastructure is they're saying you know we're going to release this stuff to the cloud.
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Karen Reliford: So you want to be on leading edge Oracle products, then the cloud is the space that you want to be in.
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Karen Reliford: And the clouds going to give you that ability to kind of get the first look and dive into some of the Oracle products they are releasing you know the on premise version of a lot of these but.
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Karen Reliford: You know, six to seven months after the initial product price.
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Karen Reliford: So that's again, you know if you're not using a lot of medical stuff.
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Karen Reliford: You may not be as concerned it, but if you're like leading edge and I like work with a lot of students who've been there, they like to be on the leading edge their company is like to be on the leading edge, they want to you know be playing with the newest.
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Karen Reliford: And again, if you want that then clouds going to claim to be the direction that we want to go.
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Karen Reliford: i'm going to spend just a little bit of time.
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Karen Reliford: On autonomy status.
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Karen Reliford: a ton of his database is Oracle database in the cloud right, it is only available in the cloud, so these times database is essentially a cloud based database.
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Karen Reliford: And what they've done with autonomous database is they said, you know we're going to create a database product that we're going to have available in oci.
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Karen Reliford: And if you want the power of running an oracle database, without the administrative workload of running an oracle database.
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Karen Reliford: Then the atomic database is something you want to be aware of, because what they've done is they automate a lot of the routine kind of work that we've had to do is database administrators.
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Karen Reliford: Now, when I started with Arc.
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Karen Reliford: I started working with Oracle back in the days of Oracle six and I started teaching Oracle in the days of Oracle seven.
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Karen Reliford: Back then, it was all command line on pram no gooey almost no automation of anything it all 100% fell on the laps of the administrators to look after.
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Karen Reliford: With the advent of autonomous database things like tuning the sequel statements.
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Karen Reliford: locking the database down performing backups performing updates alright, if you live in the world of Oracle.
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Karen Reliford: You are probably familiar with patches and updates, my goodness we spend all sorts of time doing patches and updates and these are automatically managed for you, with the autonomous database.
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Karen Reliford: In the autonomous database, they have essentially two major flavors data warehousing.
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Karen Reliford: Now, which of course is going to be optimized for those big monster queries that we tend to run in databases, what can we do to make sure those are coming back faster it's you know.
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Karen Reliford: Perhaps a little bit more normalized and what you would see in a transaction processing database.
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Karen Reliford: The other flavor, of course, is the transaction processing, so you know the configuration settings are going to lend themselves to.
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Karen Reliford: You know how quickly, can we get those transactions done, how can we make sure those transactions are being protected, how do we make sure they're being written properly to be online reading blogs, and everything that kind of goes along with that.
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Karen Reliford: So here and again the key functionality itself driving.
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Karen Reliford: So all the monitoring and tuning done for you, what does that mean for us as vas that basically means we focus on the data, the modeling the governance.
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Karen Reliford: We get away from the sort of routine kinds of activities and frees us up to spend a whole lot more time on let's make let's make sure this database as well designed let's look at how we're summarizing our data.
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Karen Reliford: I self securing right there's all sorts of protection for attacks self repairing and they're clocked on basically says it generally when it comes to autonomy database they're saying less than three minutes per month of downtime including all your Patrick.
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Karen Reliford: So if you're also looking for a solution that has a really high uptime.
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Karen Reliford: And again, a cloud based solution that's fully integrated with all the other Oracle things you might be using autonomy is database is something to consider right so we've got maximum uptime less or prone overall reduced costs.
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Karen Reliford: That we're going to be.
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Karen Reliford: Considering.
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Karen Reliford: So if we go in, let me go back over to here for a second.
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Karen Reliford: And i'll just kind of show you where economist database happens to live in the cloud.
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Karen Reliford: So I go into cloud and I go to Oracle database right, and this is just again the oci interface.
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Karen Reliford: unlike any other graphical interface definitely part of the challenge is just learning your way around the interface, but what you'll notice in here is that you've got the data warehouse a new and the json based database kind of.
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Karen Reliford: document oriented transaction processing right and if I wanted to spin up an autonomous database.
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Karen Reliford: Again, I want to have the power of an oracle database I don't want to have to deal with the management of the Oracle database all right, maybe we.
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Karen Reliford: don't have that full blown skill set to manage an oracle database, but we like what Oracle brings to the table, and this might be a good use case for this so i'm going to go in and so i'm going to look at you know autonomous transaction processing.
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Karen Reliford: get my system, a moment of spin up and in here if I want to create an autonomous database i'm going to come and say, well, I want to create an autonomous database.
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Karen Reliford: So let's go ahead and i'm going to click in here and say okay what compartment i'm going to come back to compartments all right what's the database name.
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Karen Reliford: Whatever I want to give up all right, and then I said get rid of this.
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Karen Reliford: Alright, and we're going to say you know what do you want for a database name and you'll notice that it basically pre populate these names.
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Karen Reliford: Right and you can go with that you can put your own end and then you get a choice of the database types, so I had chosen transaction processing so listed it here as pre selected now.
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Karen Reliford: Nobody really mentioned that they use a pack but i'm gonna do a quick call out to application express.
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Karen Reliford: If you are working with an oracle database and you want a rapid application development tool that specifically works with Oracle that is used to create web based applications.
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Karen Reliford: You need to take a look at application express it is a phenomenal development tool i've been working with apex since it was first introduced into Oracle way back when as html db, which is a long time ago, in a lot of iterations to go.
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Karen Reliford: On do you decide what you want, for your infrastructure so i'm going to go basically shared infrastructure and you'll notice that what they're going to do is they're going to spin this up on a shared exit data system behind the scenes.
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Karen Reliford: Now right so then they're going to say configure the database what database version 19 see for economists all right, what do I want for the options i'm not going to put in a whole lot of stuff here.
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Karen Reliford: I put in what you might want for a password for your admin account.
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Karen Reliford: Right, then you can go in and also generate in here, where do you want a secure access from everywhere, do you want it to be in here https so it helps if I put the same password in.
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Karen Reliford: To be faster now so.
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Karen Reliford: head over here and there, we go I said, for you wanted from allowed so you can lock it down all right, what are you doing for your license do you want license included and basically and.
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Karen Reliford: Just a few clicks I could go in and say create my autonomous database it's going to spin it up it's going to tell me how to access it it's going to set up my admin password and i'm going to be good to go.
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Karen Reliford: So that's how easy it is to spin up the autonomous database in the cloud.
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Karen Reliford: definitely a very, very easy feature.
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Karen Reliford: This is where i'm going to kind of spend the next few minutes, I want to talk a little bit and to me by the way the compartment and tenancy model that Oracle has in the cloud.
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Karen Reliford: I think this is one of the key things that is unique from other cloud vendors, so when we talk about a tenancy in oci that's essentially your account that you create.
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Karen Reliford: Right, the tendency is created when you sign up and it has something called the root container, which is the main container that we have right and the administrators created for.
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Karen Reliford: And within the tenancy.
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Karen Reliford: week we can create something called compartments now a compartment is not the same as a virtual cloud network virtual private network.
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Karen Reliford: We use the virtual private networks right and the virtual cloud networks we use those to isolate which resources can talk to one another right, but the networks, the virtual cloud network.
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Karen Reliford: doesn't isolate security per se, you know it'll say well this resource this cloud database or this cloud resource with this cloud vm is able to talk to this cloud vm because they're both on the same virtual cloud network, the same bcn.
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Karen Reliford: What it doesn't do is say, well, I have a user Karen one and I have a user Karen too, and I want Karen one to have access to these resources, and I want Karen to to have access to these resources, and I do not.
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Karen Reliford: want to necessarily have multiple oci accounts to accomplish that.
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Karen Reliford: And because one of the ways that you can separate from a security perspective which users have access to what resources you're creating in the cloud.
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Karen Reliford: Is you know and the way we do it in some of the other vendors is, we would actually create multiple account and then create users in those different accounts, and then they have access to the resources in that account.
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Karen Reliford: With the compartment tenancy model that oci has we don't actually need to create separate accounts to get that kind of isolation.
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Karen Reliford: Right right, so this is how we can organize and set this up, so what i'm going to do is i'm going to kind of switch gears and i'm going to go back into my cloud infrastructure.
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Karen Reliford: and show you how this all works now right now i'm logged in as my administrator account just to make sure that folks are clear on on where I am and who I logged in with but i'm currently logged in with an administrator account.
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Karen Reliford: So i'm going to go into my identity and security area, and so, because this again this is, for me, one of the big ones and inside here, I can go in and I can create my compartments.
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Karen Reliford: So i've got a few compartments that are already created right if I want to create a new compartment.
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Karen Reliford: I can go in and say, well, I want to create a compartment i'm going to give it a name.
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Karen Reliford: i'll see rate for a lack of anything better.
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Karen Reliford: All right.
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Karen Reliford: And then it's going to say, I have to put a description.
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Karen Reliford: And then it's can say where Am I building it now notice it's automatically putting this one, in that route compartment the root compartment is the one that's created when you first create your tenancy or first create your cloud account.
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Karen Reliford: and create compartment and just like that.
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Karen Reliford: right there is my third compartment.
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Karen Reliford: Now, along with this, of course, in the law with the compartments the biggest thing that is part of this compartment is okay, so how does this lend itself to security.
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Karen Reliford: Right that's really kind of what we want to look at, so what i'm gonna do is i'm going to say well i'm going to set up a security group.
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Karen Reliford: A group says one of the main ways that we manage security and i'm going to create a group here i'm going to call this one Karen D3 put in a description Karen three create a group.
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Karen Reliford: So there is a.
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Karen Reliford: Great group is very quickly and groups are used again as one of the primary ways to grab privileges or assign policies to your users.
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Karen Reliford: Just for kicks and giggles i'm going to create a user.
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Karen Reliford: i'm going to create a user in here now, when you go to create a user again more of a sort of a side note for the users.
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Karen Reliford: there's a couple of different ways, you can create users in Oracle do you want them as a cloud service authenticated through a single sign on.
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Karen Reliford: functionality.
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Karen Reliford: Which is the recommended way for creating users and not the way that i'm actually going to create this one, or do you want it as a regular I am user, which is going to have access to the infrastructure, but not necessarily all of your cloud platform services so it's a little bit restricted.
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Karen Reliford: i'm going to go in and say, well, I want to create a user called Terra user three.
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Karen Reliford: Put in my description let's get rid of my.
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Karen Reliford: My description here.
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Karen Reliford: Now you also probably notice here now, I said it's a great owning a local user, which is fine notice that is not asking me for any kind of username or password.
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Karen Reliford: that's why I get in little bit things are always going to point out, as i'm building this so it's going to create the user OK there's my Karen you do three and when I want.
00:27:39.000 --> 00:27:49.200
Karen Reliford: Caring to be able to start connecting one of the things I need to do is I need to be able to assign the password so i'm going to go in and say well i'm going to create a password for this account.
00:27:50.490 --> 00:27:57.210
Karen Reliford: click on create a password now what's going to happen is Clark is actually going to generate the initial password.
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Karen Reliford: i'm going to go ahead and copy that notice here, it says copy this someplace, it is not going to be shown again there is not a way to get back to that original password.
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Karen Reliford: Right closes off.
00:28:13.350 --> 00:28:22.500
Karen Reliford: So now i've got the password for that Karen use your account if I what will happen is vital when unless I want to log in as Karen.
00:28:23.730 --> 00:28:26.910
Karen Reliford: Let me sign out from user i'm going to log in with that new account.
00:28:33.540 --> 00:28:36.090
Karen Reliford: Alright, so i'm going to say, well, I want to do a direct sign in.
00:28:39.780 --> 00:28:42.330
Karen Reliford: Peace in the password that I copied earlier.
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Karen Reliford: it's going to force me immediately to change my password.
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Karen Reliford: say my new password.
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Karen Reliford: So now let's go ahead and what i'm going to do is i'm going to sign out from this user momentarily sign back in as my root user.
00:29:32.100 --> 00:29:35.070
Karen Reliford: let's go back over to the security area here.
00:29:37.350 --> 00:29:48.090
Karen Reliford: And what i'm going to do is i'm going to go ahead and assign Karen to that group that I created so there's my age or three i'm going to assign.
00:29:49.620 --> 00:29:50.850
Karen Reliford: To group three.
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Karen Reliford: And then, this is where the security, peace comes into play, so I created a compartment okay called cce rate.
00:30:07.710 --> 00:30:20.130
Karen Reliford: I created a user and group alright that basically said okay i've got the user three group three and now what i'm going to do is, I want to sort of say Okay, I want to give.
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Karen Reliford: or create a policy all right and i'm going to create a policy here.
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Karen Reliford: And the compartment i'm going to put this in as the main compartment.
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Karen Reliford: Right so i'm because i'm logged in as an administrator so i'm creating a policy in the route i'm going to call this one.
00:30:42.210 --> 00:30:43.410
Karen Reliford: parent policy trade.
00:30:44.880 --> 00:30:49.650
Karen Reliford: And then I had to go in and say for this particular policy on I put in here.
00:30:56.820 --> 00:31:11.250
Karen Reliford: Alright i'm going to just use basically the policy builder when you build the policies you can indicate, you know, is this for managing accounts managing compartments you can break it down this one's going to be for all but it's the templates.
00:31:13.110 --> 00:31:20.580
Karen Reliford: And here, when you want to give access, so what i'm going to do is i'm going to give access to.
00:31:21.750 --> 00:31:23.160
Karen Reliford: The group.
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Karen Reliford: Basically, to my group G three I want to go ahead and i'm going to give them the ability to access one specific compartment.
00:31:37.140 --> 00:31:51.600
Karen Reliford: And that's kind of what my ultimate goal is here, so I go in here and say, well, I can manage it man's what I want to look at in here is, I want to look at managing the object, which is the object storage.
00:31:54.420 --> 00:31:58.440
Karen Reliford: Let me just world down to I can find my object.
00:32:03.900 --> 00:32:19.560
Karen Reliford: Create file systems there it is alright so here i'm going to go in and say, I want to basically allow this group of storage admins to manage buckets and objects, and so this is going to be, basically, the object storage that's the one i'm going to pack.
00:32:21.570 --> 00:32:31.020
Karen Reliford: And then they're going to say okay well which group, would you like to assign this to group three and then which compartment.
00:32:32.400 --> 00:32:36.240
Karen Reliford: Are they going to be allowed to create buckets in.
00:32:39.120 --> 00:32:55.110
Karen Reliford: And i'm going to go and say well group three will be allowed to work with these objects basically object, storage and compartment see three and only compartment see three.
00:32:57.720 --> 00:33:10.800
Karen Reliford: Go ahead and click on create so the policies now created it's been added and notice who statements allow group Karen D3 to manage buckets in compartments these three.
00:33:11.580 --> 00:33:22.530
Karen Reliford: Allow caring you know group geez Karen D3 to manage objects in those compartments so that was all done for me, but what's really cool is this break down.
00:33:23.190 --> 00:33:36.690
Karen Reliford: into the compartments that is sort of the neat piece so Now let me go ahead and sign out and i'm going to sign back in as my user three that I just created.
00:33:58.560 --> 00:34:02.220
Karen Reliford: And so now i'm going to go into storage and say Okay, I want to go into storage.
00:34:03.330 --> 00:34:04.590
Karen Reliford: I want to work with buckets.
00:34:09.360 --> 00:34:23.400
Karen Reliford: And it's going to come in here, and the first thing it's going to do is it's going to say Okay, you need to pick a compartment where you might like to create your buckets for object, storage and if I expand in and take a look.
00:34:24.660 --> 00:34:28.080
Karen Reliford: My only choice that's in here if I tried to go the route.
00:34:30.000 --> 00:34:32.340
Karen Reliford: it's going to come back and say you can't put things over.
00:34:33.780 --> 00:34:36.210
Karen Reliford: To our aid and guess what you're not allowed.
00:34:38.130 --> 00:34:46.410
Karen Reliford: But you may have noticed when I showed you my compartment if you know kind of remember, I actually have three compartments I had C one C two and see three.
00:34:48.300 --> 00:35:02.010
Karen Reliford: But the only compartment that I can access right now, because of the compartments and because of the security that said hey you can do this, and only in CS three, the only compartment I can choose is cce rate.
00:35:03.870 --> 00:35:07.380
Karen Reliford: And I can say Okay, create a pocket, you know give it a name.
00:35:16.080 --> 00:35:25.050
Karen Reliford: But i'm not going to do encryption right there automatically encrypted you get all the other options here go ahead and click on create.
00:35:25.860 --> 00:35:38.760
Karen Reliford: And what just like that I was able to create a bucket in that specific compartment, and this is certainly an area I think in oci in the way that Oracle manages the security.
00:35:39.210 --> 00:35:45.240
Karen Reliford: That is really quite different from the other cloud products that I have worked with and i've worked with several of them so.
00:35:45.510 --> 00:35:59.040
Karen Reliford: I don't just work with Oracle cloud I have actually worked with several other Oracle products as well, and this is, to me, one of the biggest differentiators is the way that Oracle created this and this security model.
00:36:05.550 --> 00:36:12.840
Karen Reliford: So that's kind of the tenancy compartment this is where I really wanted to focus is what I see is one of the biggest.
00:36:13.440 --> 00:36:23.610
Karen Reliford: unique factors and differentiators with oci from some of the other guy the other products that are either, and again it doesn't mean to say that it's The only long, but I think this is one of the big ones.
00:36:28.560 --> 00:36:38.100
Karen Reliford: are now kind of changing gears a little bit just want to mention a little bit of course you know around the whole education arena.
00:36:39.210 --> 00:36:51.900
Karen Reliford: Oracle does have specific certifications for Oracle cloud, you may be familiar with like your oh CP the Oracle certified professional the Oracle certified master for a lot of their on Prem stuff.
00:36:52.440 --> 00:37:05.580
Karen Reliford: But they also do have certifications for Oracle cloud, so there is a certified associate and oci certified professional and they do have a number of specialist level certifications.
00:37:05.940 --> 00:37:15.210
Karen Reliford: So this is going to be an arena that you're going to be working in and you want to go for the you know distinction that that certification brings to the table.
00:37:15.780 --> 00:37:24.810
Karen Reliford: These are constantly being updated, by the way the older ones are being retired the newer ones are being replaced, so the most current is the.
00:37:26.070 --> 00:37:27.570
Karen Reliford: oci certifications.
00:37:33.210 --> 00:37:40.290
Karen Reliford: Hopefully folks are saying, my might need to learn a little bit more about oci.
00:37:41.520 --> 00:37:48.360
Karen Reliford: And with that of course we want to talk a little bit about sort of what are the training options for oci.
00:37:49.230 --> 00:37:55.650
Karen Reliford: If you want to learn more about what I should, if you want to learn more about yo the security and the compartments and.
00:37:55.980 --> 00:38:14.910
Karen Reliford: You know spinning up your virtual machines and spinning up you know building up the networks that we need to have in place and creating the you know Oracle databases and the integration functionality of course you obviously want to be aware of what training is available to you.
00:38:16.110 --> 00:38:26.850
Karen Reliford: And so, as we start talking about this i'm going to throw up another poll question really quick here right and the other poll question i've got here.
00:38:27.360 --> 00:38:39.750
Karen Reliford: Is do you have a preference and how you like, to take training so let's go ahead and pull that one up and give everybody a minute.
00:38:40.560 --> 00:38:54.990
Karen Reliford: To take a look at this one, would you prefer instructor led private classes are you more into instructor led you know I just like to sign up for public training are you more into self paced.
00:38:56.130 --> 00:39:01.860
Karen Reliford: i'll give me my self paced and i'll learn it, you know kind of all you know, as I go.
00:39:15.960 --> 00:39:20.160
Karen Reliford: To give everybody just another moment or two to fill this one out.
00:39:34.170 --> 00:39:46.590
Karen Reliford: yeah to end this one up really quick here share the results, and this is by the way, pretty well what I was expecting to see.
00:39:47.190 --> 00:39:57.150
Karen Reliford: What I do find any you know again 25 years of doing the training, I do find that the majority of folks really prefer instructor led.
00:39:58.140 --> 00:40:12.660
Karen Reliford: Not to say that there isn't a place for the self paced training there absolutely is there's a lot of advantages to it, but I do generally again find that the majority are seeing that even here majority people like that instructor led training.
00:40:14.010 --> 00:40:27.990
Karen Reliford: So we got to look at the instructor led to you know there's live labs there's hands on i'm going to show you a list in a moment of some of the oci classes, specifically for oci that are actually available to you is instructor led training.
00:40:29.160 --> 00:40:43.560
Karen Reliford: We can offer these as virtual classes live virtual classes so it's instructor led but very much like we're doing with this webinar it's it's you know follow virtual know trey you know travel require don't have to be there in person.
00:40:44.130 --> 00:40:56.700
Karen Reliford: You know it's been pretty big going to this virtual world over the last little while we can do, they can be run, we can run these as public classes, we can run classes as private in person.
00:40:57.870 --> 00:41:05.520
Karen Reliford: And just to kind of give you an idea of some of the classes that are available on the infrastructure and many central's.
00:41:05.820 --> 00:41:17.130
Karen Reliford: that's going to go over some of the basics, how do you create your virtual private cloud, how do you spin up a vm in the cloud, how can you spin up like an autonomous database, it does cover the security stuff.
00:41:17.610 --> 00:41:28.860
Karen Reliford: Right, some of the stuff that I was showing you in terms of the compartment model and how that tenant tendency account is broken down that's covered in the administration essentials.
00:41:29.580 --> 00:41:36.000
Karen Reliford: Right, the infrastructure operations and that's more for the folks that are doing the day to day work in the cloud.
00:41:36.660 --> 00:41:44.220
Karen Reliford: Not necessarily building it out, but managing it once it's created architected Oracle cloud infrastructure solutions.
00:41:44.670 --> 00:41:54.000
Karen Reliford: Basically it's the more advanced class all right, the essentials is kind of your introductory class the architect things a little bit more in depth on a lot of these options.
00:41:54.510 --> 00:42:06.300
Karen Reliford: If you're interested in an economist database, we have one specifically on autonomous database, we have another one on well what if i've got databases on.
00:42:07.980 --> 00:42:17.640
Karen Reliford: The cloud or on Prem that I want to move I that's what we're going to talk about in migrating a high availability and disaster recovery.
00:42:18.210 --> 00:42:31.320
Karen Reliford: You may be thinking will doesn't Oracle do that automatically um depends on what resources you're talking about and one of the things to understand is that, while the cloud is a lot of good things.
00:42:32.700 --> 00:42:37.380
Karen Reliford: You know, there is things that you would actually have to set up and configure for that.
00:42:37.980 --> 00:42:49.860
Karen Reliford: If you have rack databases well racks a little different than a single instance database, if you want to play with apex we have classes on apex and again, this is not the only thing that's there.
00:42:50.490 --> 00:42:58.980
Karen Reliford: Let me just quickly look at, I do have to see a quick question here, so I wasn't I get back to you in just a couple of seconds what we'll talk about that one.
00:43:02.100 --> 00:43:17.760
Karen Reliford: i'll come back to that there's also, of course, there is self paced training available right so there's Oracle learning subscriptions um there's no instructor led class if you go with the learning subscription some of the class, some of them may have environments, many of them do not.
00:43:21.090 --> 00:43:26.580
Karen Reliford: So that's a little bit on training so that just got through that so we can get to the Q amp a part here.
00:43:27.300 --> 00:43:38.190
Karen Reliford: So one of the questions that I have here, it says looks like a ton of data base goes further towards fully managing the database and other platform as a service offerings.
00:43:39.150 --> 00:43:48.150
Karen Reliford: Is that the case yes miles absolutely autonomous database does go much further than something like the RDS for.
00:43:49.110 --> 00:44:05.430
Karen Reliford: The other thing that you'll get with the autonomous database Besides the fact that Oracle does manage it much more in depth than what you would get with another vendor that supports Oracle is you actually will get to access in many cases to newer releases of Oracle sooner.
00:44:06.870 --> 00:44:18.030
Karen Reliford: Right, because what Oracle you know what aws configured for Oracle is always dependent on sort of what they can get their hands on so you may find that I not only is Oracle more.
00:44:18.600 --> 00:44:29.190
Karen Reliford: You know, definitely much more integrated with the autonomous database and automating everything it's also generally going to have access to the newer releases.
00:44:33.060 --> 00:44:34.710
Michelle (Webinar Producer): Another question Karen.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Yes, is there a limit to how many compartments can be nested.
00:44:41.070 --> 00:44:47.310
Karen Reliford: It is a limit of six, but there is no limit that I am aware of as to the number of compartments that you can create.
00:44:48.030 --> 00:45:03.120
Karen Reliford: You probably wouldn't want to create more than six nested compartments and, yes, I didn't really mention but yes compartments can be nested so you can have a compartment, for example, for department, a and then underneath that have a compartment for Dev test and QA.
00:45:04.380 --> 00:45:14.820
Karen Reliford: And you can go, you know within data, you could nested further where they you'd want to go beyond six Well he can't but i'm not even sure you really want to go beyond tree.
00:45:15.600 --> 00:45:25.590
Karen Reliford: Because it becomes a real logistical nightmare after that but six is the limit for nesting and not aware of an upper limit for the number of departments, you can create.
00:45:27.360 --> 00:45:39.660
Michelle (Webinar Producer): Thank you another question, are there any cloud training, which would help someone to move their on Prem Oracle EBS financial system to the cloud.
00:45:42.780 --> 00:45:56.730
Karen Reliford: yeah I asked the top of my head i'm not aware of anything that really does the APP so i'd actually have to do a little bit of investigating I do know that they have plenty for moving your databases.
00:45:57.600 --> 00:46:07.710
Karen Reliford: But i'm not sure what they've got for on Prem, let me just take a quick look and see if I can see anything but migrating the on Prem stuff.
00:46:08.970 --> 00:46:12.990
Karen Reliford: And i'm not aware of too much in that arena, unfortunately.
00:46:15.390 --> 00:46:16.800
Karen Reliford: Migration there we go.
00:46:17.850 --> 00:46:33.030
Karen Reliford: yeah so we've got migrations ah, there we go application migration documentation I don't know if there's any training on it, but it does look like, if you go into oci and go into migration.
00:46:33.870 --> 00:46:40.890
Karen Reliford: Over on the related and help it does look like they've got some some documentation for migrating your applications.
00:46:42.210 --> 00:46:52.830
Karen Reliford: Right so, at least, if nothing else, there you probably do have some help there so but I am not aware of any specific instructor led training that would do this.
00:46:55.830 --> 00:47:05.460
Michelle (Webinar Producer): Another question, we often see is the content delivered in the instructor led courses, is it authorized Oracle content.
00:47:06.000 --> 00:47:27.510
Karen Reliford: yeah absolutely anything that we offer it exit certified technic anything that we offer is Oracle certified Oracle official curriculum the environments or Oracle official curriculum that we run on and all of the instructors are certified by Oracle to be teaching the classes.
00:47:28.200 --> 00:47:29.520
Karen Reliford: So absolutely.
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Karen Reliford: All certified.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Another question, we often hear is wondering if the content can be tailored to the company specific needs.
00:47:44.550 --> 00:47:56.850
Karen Reliford: We can tailor classes, so if you're looking for a private training event and you want certain areas covered in more depth in other areas, maybe we want to spend a little less time on.
00:47:57.480 --> 00:48:12.270
Karen Reliford: Absolutely, we can tailor and customize the training to meet your specific needs, we won't be able to do that for any publicly offering classes, but we can absolutely do that for any private on site training or private virtual events that you might want.
00:48:13.440 --> 00:48:23.550
Michelle (Webinar Producer): that's great, and I want to just invite the audience to post any other questions they may have, in the Q amp a and as those are coming in, why don't you flip to the next slide.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Karen Thank you so much for your time today.
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Karen Reliford: My pleasure my pleasure, thank you all for joining us.
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Michelle (Webinar Producer): Take care all.