About

Sinan Petrus Toma
Principal Cloud Specialist | Oracle Database Cloud Services
sinan.petrus.toma@oracle.com

Sinan Petrus Toma

As the blog title reveals, I’m passionate about Oracle Database and Oracle Cloud Technologies.

I work as a Solution Engineer at Oracle and focus on Oracle Autonomous Database and Database Cloud Services. My top topics are database migrations, high availability, disaster recovery, consolidation, and a bit of patching, upgrade, and database security. I also deal with further Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) topics like Networking, Compute, and Storage.

Before joining Oracle, I worked as Oracle DBA, mainly managing RAC databases and looking for heartbeats. In my 12+ years of business experience I have been dealing with databases all the time.

I love traveling (it must be at least 8 hours by plane to count as such), being at the beach, and drinking a beer, or two.

Find more about my career on LinkedIn, and let’s get connected.

Have a nice day!

Awards & Certifications

  • Employee of the Year FY20 – EMEA Solution Engineering Hub at Oracle
  • Spot Award for exceptional performance, commitment, outstanding agility and extra-dedication at Oracle
  • Recognition Award Q2FY21 – German Technical Cloud Engineering at Oracle

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