Monash University, Australia, holds cloud-focused event

March 15, 2023 | 1 minute read
Damian Haas
Senior Regional Director, Oracle Academy, JAPAC
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On March 13, 2023, Oracle Academy Institutional member Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, welcomed Oracle expert Bijan Raminzad. He discussed Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with around 100 students who access cloud through the Oracle Academy Cloud Program. The one-hour presentation was a success, with many students interested in and engaged with OCI and cloud development.

Bijan's presentation was tailored to the students’ needs and interests, providing them with an in-depth overview of cloud architecture, deployment models, and security considerations. The presentation also covered how OCI can be used to build and deploy cloud applications.

The students were highly engaged and raised many questions, demonstrating their keen interest in the subject matter. Bijan was happy to answer their questions, even when it meant the presentation went over time by 15 minutes. His expertise and willingness to share his knowledge were truly inspiring to the students.

The event was a valuable learning experience for the students, providing them with an opportunity to learn from an expert in the field. Oracle Academy’s cloud offerings were also showcased, giving the students a chance to learn and practice cloud skills in a real-world setting.

Bijan Raminzad’s presentation at Monash University was a resounding success ― informative, engaging, and interactive, providing the students with a valuable learning experience. We hope to have opportunities for face-to-face communication with more university educators and students in the future.

Damian Haas

Senior Regional Director, Oracle Academy, JAPAC

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