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  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.
  • According to our latest survey taken at the Gartner Data Center Conference in December 2006, "change" and "cost" were the two highest IT operation pressures, although other pressures are important to the overall IT operations agenda as well — they just take a back seat to the top two. For example, the third most-critical pressure was achieving 24/7 availability. And although a little more than 25% of the audience rated this as the No. 1 or No. 2 pressure, many IT organizations have begun to get IT service availability under control, which can be reinforced by the fact that there have been relatively few press articles (compared to 2000 and 2001) about business-critical downtime in the past two to three years. You can still find them but they are few and far between. Had we taken this survey three to four years ago, we believe 24/7 availability would have been one of the Top 2 issues. Although compliance took significant "mind share" in 2004 and 2005, IT operations organizations have generally met the basic requirements through a combination of people, processes and tools, and are not as distressed and concerned as they were when they were under pressure to meet impending and unfamiliar regulations. Furthermore, we believe outsourcing was low on the priority list because of the audience. As for business alignment and process integration, there is a hierarchy of needs, where the higher you are in the IT management process maturity scale (see "Toolkit: Data Center Conference Polling Indicates Improvement in IT Management Process Maturity"), the more critical alignment and process integration become. Because just 12% of the audience ranked themselves in the top two levels of the maturity scale, the scores for these criteria were also relatively low. Pressure to manage change is coming from the business side, external pressures and IT suppliers. Business need to manage change as well as cost, invest in change, configuration and release management processes as core competencies, and in the standardization of hardware and software architectures. James: Absolutely, its clear that we’re all coming under increasing pressure to implement change, but face the additional challenges of meeting users quality of service level expectations in terms of performance, availability and, security and compliance….and we need to keep IT costs down. James: Mark, that’s been a very interesting insight into the database market, thanks for taking the time to join us today.

Presentation - Alain Duron Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Alain Duron Oracle Consulting Services
  • 2. Professional Experience
  • 3. Professional Experience
    • EXPERT CONSULTANT ON ORACLE TECHNOLOGY
    •  
    • Design, expertise and advices regarding Database architecture
    • Analysis and solution study to consolidate servers and Oracle databases
    • Database design and modeling
    • Audit and tuning of Oracle instances
    • Audit and performance improvement of SQL activity.
    • Benchmarks et Stress tests on Oracle databases
    • Definition and implementation of Backup/Restore procedures : SQL scripts and RMAN technology
  • 4. Professional Experience
    • EXPERT CONSULTANT ON ORACLE TECHNOLOGY
    •  
    • Definition and implementation of High Availability : RAC, Dataguard
    • Monitoring and administration of go-live databases
    • SQL & PL/SQL development.
    • Migration of Oracle Environments
    • Expertise, skills transfer and Technical Support to Project teams and DBA
    • Implementation and admin of identity management (OIM)
  • 5. Professional Experience
    • CONSULTANT ON OEM GRID CONTROL TECHNOLOGY  
    • Setup & configuration of Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control
    • Administration & resources’ monitoring with OEM Grid Control (Managing administrators, defining target groups, use of services...)
    • Deployment & management of High availability solution (Dataguard Physical & Logical) using Enterprise Manager
    • Deployment and configuration of pre-packaged solutions (Oracle Software)
  • 6. Professional Experience
    • CONSULTANT ON OEM GRID CONTROL TECHNOLOGY  
    • Management, comparison, cloning of (Oracle Database, Oracle Home…)
    • Applying patches.
    • Defining and using EM Alerts
    • Setup of personalized reporting solution (availability & resource usage, storage evolution…)
    • Setup of Enterprise Manager jobs (backup management…)
  • 7. Professional Experience
    • CONSULTANT ON ORACLE DATAGUARD TECHNOLOGY  
    • Definition of High Availability solution with Dataguard
    • Creation and configuration of standby sites
    • Setup of Switchover / Failover (Disaster Recovery) features
    • Administration of a Physical / Logical Standby database with Enterprise Manager Grid Control
    • Creation & management of Dataguard configuration with Dataguard Broker & SQL
    • Monitoring of the configuration with Dg Broker and/or SQL
    • Transfer & technical support to project teams on Dataguard architecture’s configuration and management.
  • 8. Projects & Expertise
  • 9. Projects & Expertise
    • BNP Personal Finance – Oracle 8/9/10, 10gR2 RAC, Grid Control, Advanced Replication,…  
    • Architecture technical cases for ISAM->Oracle RAC migration
    • Technical test plan for Oracle 10gR2 RAC on AIX w/ ASM
    • Oracle 8i/9i/10g Tuning – Instances & SQL Query
    • Standardization documents for RAC Migration
    • Services definition for RAC
    • Oracle Dataguard Review – Performance and best practices
    • Grid Control Implementation (PoC, RAT, Siebel Agents)
    • Siebel Instances & SQL tunings – Siebel 8 on 10.1.0.5
  • 10. Projects & Expertise
    • CMA-CGM Systems : Projet MLR – architecture RAC 10g – AIX
    • RAC 10g on AIX / GPFS documentation, use cases
    • Installation / migration / exploitation documents for RAC
    • Impact study of RAC migration
    • RAC Clusterware Technical tests.
  • 11. Projects & Expertise
    • ORANGE Caraïbe – Oracle 10g R2, Real Application Cluster, OIM, grid Control
    • ONAMES to OID migration (standardization of oracle network, 3 nodes configuration between Martinique – Guadeloupe (FWI), setup & Administration of ASR replication, administration scripts, documentation)
    • Migration of Grid Control (OMR / OMS) to 10.2.0.4 w/ multiple OMS (management of agents workload)
    • Upgrade 8i/9i to 10g & File-system data files to ASM/ASSM. (Specif & documentation, Migration scripts, Bench & migration tests, Upgrades of Datawarehouse & Requisitions databases)
    • Upgrades of databases to Oracle 10g / 11g.
    • Current admin tasks of production (Apps, Rac, Backups, Dataguard, cloning & environment refresh, Query optimization…)
  • 12. Projects & Expertises
    • FRANCE TELECOM : ORANGE UK-SCOUT Project – Oracle 10g R2, Real Application Cluster – PeopleSoft
    • Setup of exploitation procedures and tasks for Oracle Real Application Cluster (Normal execution, identification and resolution of major issues on RAC, disaster recovery).
    • Help on backup / restore strategy.
    • Metrology and benchmarks, SQL activity tuning
    • Management of RAC database with Enterprise Manager Grid Control.
  • 13. Technical skills
  • 14. Technical skills
    • Databases
    • Oracle Database 8i, 9iR2, 10G, 11g
    • Oracle Real Application Cluster
    • Oracle Dataguard – Physical & Logical Standby Database
    • RMAN backup / restore mechanisms
    • Tuning of SQL activity & performances
    • Oracle Application Express
    • SQL performance analyser
    • Other databases : ACCESS – MySQL – SQL Server
  • 15. Technical skills
    • Operating systems
    • UNIX (SUN Solaris - HP/UX - AIX)
    • MS-WINDOWS (NT4 – Win2000 – Win2003)
    • LINUX – RedHat AS, Fedora, Debian
    • Virtualization (VMWare, Oracle VM…)
  • 16. Technical skills
    • Languages
    • Java – C – C++ – SHELL
    • SQL – PL/SQL
    • Visual Basic – VB script – ASP
    • Java script – HTML – CGI – XML – PHP
    • UML
  • 17. Technical skills
    • Monitoring tools
    • Oracle Database Control
    • Oracle Enterprise Manager V1 et V2
    • Enterprise Manager Grid Control
    • SQL Developer
    • TOAD – Foglight
    • Methods
    • Oracle Unified Method (OUM)
      • Certified, Lev. 1 / 2
    • Merise