March Oracle Database Events
By Mandy Ho on Mar 08, 2012
Mar 21-22, 2012 – New York, NY
GigaOM Structure Data
Oracle is a proud sponsor of GigaOM’s Structure Data. This conference will explore the technical and business opportunities spurred by the growth of big data, including storage needs, data analysis and the uncovering of new revenue opportunities.
1:15 PM - ORACLE SPONSOR WORKSHOP - AQUITANIA WEST SUITE
Getting Started with Big Data
The first step to unlocking the value of big data is to collect it. In this session we will examine the two technologies most commonly used to acquire big data - Hadoop Distributed File System and NoSQL databases - and discuss the use cases they each address.
Speakers:Ashok Joshi - Senior Director, Oracle
DRJ’s Spring World
Booth # to learn more about 'Maximizing Availability for Global Business
Oracle, the Number #1 Database trusted by customers worldwide will demonstrate how Oracle Database Appliance and Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture can help transform Business Continuity for enterprise data. Watch both demos and talk to Oracle Experts for a chance to win an iPad!
Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) Regional Events:
Mar 8, 2012- Rochester, NY
Real World Performance Tour
A full day of real world database performance with:
- Tom Kyte, author of the ever popular AskTom Blog,
- Andrew Holdsworth, head of Oracle's Real World Performance Team, and
- Graham Wood, renowned Oracle Database performance architect.
Through discussion, debate and demos, they’ll show you how to master performance engineering topics like:
- Best practices for designing hardware architectures and how to spot and fix bad design.
- How to develop applications that deliver the fastest possible performance without sacrificing accuracy.
- New for 2012! Updates on Enterprise Manager, Exadata, and what these technologies mean to your current systems.
Mar 14, 2012- New York, NY
New York Oracle Users Group
Topics include Exadata Demystified, 11g Upgrade Montivators and more
Mar 22, 2012 – Irving, TX
Dallas Oracle Users Group
Oracle Database Forum: RAC Internals, Node/instance management, evictions and more. Featuring Nitin Vengurlekar with Oracle.