Set up a laboratory environment for prototypes and tests at short notice? Let specialists experiment with new technologies? And on top of that, remote onboarding of new employees and further training? These are all challenges that have become increasingly important in recent years. The fact that these services also have to be provided quickly and efficiently means that the effort and costs are skyrocketing.
We have the solution to all these problems and will present it to you at our next Digital Brown Bag Event! We will show you how the challenges can be mastered with little effort, agilely, quickly and cost-efficiently - all on the basis of dynamic cloud services. The speaker Stefan Oehrli (Trivadis) and his guest Michael Szeszak (Oracle) will focus on the dynamic and scalable cloud environment that can cover all the requirements of a company. In addition to all these advantages, there is another plus: billing on the basis of useful life saves costs!
Cloud Channel Manager
Michael has been in the IT environment for over 20 years, mostly also in the technical environment and as an employee of the company Oracle, in various roles. His main focus was and still is sales of IT services and solutions as well as software and support and since a few years also cloud services for different industries and companies. Michael's many years of experience he gained not only at Oracle, but also at partner companies. The background of knowing both sides also supports him in his current role as Partner Account Manager, in which he has been in charge of the Oracle partner Trivadis since 2019 and invests in the joint success together with the colleagues of both companies in the DACH region.
Stefan is a platform architect, trainer and partner at Trivadis. After studying electrical engineering and gaining several years of experience as a project engineer in microelectronics and computer science, he began working on database systems at the end of 1998. During this time he gained profound experience in the setup + operation of Oracle databases, the creation and implementation of backup & recovery as well as security concepts. His main interests are physical database design, backup & recovery, container technologies, database security, enterprise user security, database internals and everything else related to the core Oracle database technology. In addition to Trivadis courses and seminars, he regularly speaks at conferences and user group meetings as an Oracle ACE. He is co-author of the book "The Oracle DBA" (Hanser, 2016).
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