How to Enable Risk-Free Database Experiments

Presented by Kyle Hailey and James Murtagh

calendar iconTues September 10th, 2013

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Application developers frequently experiment to achieve higher quality builds, they try things out, make mistakes and find fixes. Database design can be like that too, but rapidly changing the schema in traditional shared environment tends to break the application.

In this webinar, Kyle Hailey will explore how different types of cloning technology work and their benefits and limitations. The webinar will also demonstrate how you can setup and coordinate risk-free database experiments using Delphix and Red Gate's Oracle tools.

A live Q&A session with Kyle Hailey and James Murtagh will follow the presentation.

Kyle Hailey Oracle ACE, Member of the OakTable

Kyle Hailey

Kyle Hailey has been in the industry for a decade and a half and worked with Oracle for over 13 years, having spent time in Support, Porting, Benchmarking, and Kernel Development at Oracle. After creating tools to improve high-end performance monitoring, he made significant contributions to the redesign of the Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g such as designing the "Top Activity" page. He now works at Delphix working on virtualizing data for databases and creating the future of data agility. Kyle is a member of the OakTable, and Oracle ACE, and co-author of Oracle Insights: Tales of the Oak Table.

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