Name: Frits J.M. Hoogland
Date of birth: June 7, 1972
Email: frits.hoogland at gmail.com
Phone: +31 6 14180860
I am an IT professional with a specialisation in database performance and internals. Besides the oracle database, my knowledge and expertise areas are:
- physical infrastructure layer
- operating systems (Linux, HPUX, Solaris, AIX, Tru64 and Windows)
- storage (Netapp, EMC, Sun, HP, Equalogic)
- Networking (TCP/IP, Firewalling, VPN, NAT, switching, routing, etc.)
- virtual infrastructure layer
- Oracle VM
- Oracle LDAP
- Fedora directory server/389 server
- Oracle HTTP Server
- Apache HTTP Server
- Application server
- Webcache / reverse proxy
- Oracle webcache
I have written and presented technical presentations in the Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Slovenia and the USA. I am also an active contributer to the Oracle community in general, especially the Oracle Forums. In August 2009 I received an Oracle ACE award from the Oracle Technology Network, and in August 2010 I have been accepted as Oracle ACE Director. (see details here). In August 2010 I was also invited to become a member of the OakTable Network, an informal grouping of some the most leading experts on Oracle technology.
I am the main technical reviewer of a couple of books:
– Expert Enterprise Manager: Pot’vin and others (Apress)
– Expert Consolidation with Oracle 12c: Bach (Apress)
– Practical Oracle Database Appliance: Curtis and others (Apress)
– Expert Oracle SQL: Hasler (Apress)
– Expert Oracle Database Architecture: Kyte (Apress)
I am the co-writer of the following book: Expert Exadata (Apress, second revision).
I am the co-author on an article in the Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics: Huvariome: a web server resource of whole genome next-generation sequencing allelic frequencies to aid in pathological candidate gene selection
Hey Frits, Congrats on the Oracle Ace award! Well deserved!
Thank you for sharing your whitepaper, “Oracle security done right”. You saved me a bunch of time trying to reinvent that scheme. Gratis.
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