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April 06

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Auto-Scaling Configuration and Monitoring
Auto-Scaling can help developers save money in their running databases by growing and shrinking the OCPUs based on the incoming workload, allowing a true pay-per-use consumption. This session will review the constraints of Auto-Scaling, how to establish your Auto-Scaling base line allocations, how to monitor its actions over time and correlate to billing reports, when to consider augmenting with manual scaling activities.

Your Experts

Kris Bhanushali
Kris Bhanushali, Sr. Principal Product Manager    
Kris is currently a Sr. Principal Product Manager for Oracle's Autonomous Database in public cloud regions and Cloud@Customer. Kris leads product management for Autonomous Security and Data Migration. Kris has 20+ year industry experience building highly transactional web applications, analytical data warehouses, BI applications and leading systems and database engineering teams. He is also a hands-on developer and an avid speaker at conferences worldwide.
thegreeneman, Autonomous Database Product Management    
I lead Product Management for Oracle’s Autonomous Database - Dedicated Infrastructure and Cloud@Customer. Extensive experience with distributed database technology and associated industry landscape. Software product management expert with a history of defining and executing strategic product roadmaps while evangelizing and supporting the technical aspects of marketing and sales. Built and managed engineering development teams who've delivered innovative, mission critical quality database products to market.
Tara Van Cleave
Tara Van Cleave, Developer Events Marketing Manager
Tara helps Oracle developers, product managers and developer advocates educate our users about Oracle technology.