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Cloud Data Integration Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld

It’s almost time for Oracle
OpenWorld and I would like to give you a sneak peek into some of the cloud data
integration sessions we are hosting this year.

On Tuesday September 30th
we will start with ‘
Oracle GoldenGate and the Cloud [CON7774]’. Chai Pydimukkala and Pawan Kumar Kumar will be
discussing how Oracle GoldenGate can run in the cloud and be used in the Oracle

To learn more about it join
us for this session:

GoldenGate and the Cloud - CON7774

09/30/14 (Tuesday) 12:00 PM - Moscone South - 302

Then on Thursday September 2nd
I will have the pleasure to co-present ‘
Oracle Data Integration: A Crucial Ingredient for
Cloud Integration [CON7926]
’ with
Sumit Sarkar from Progress DataDirect. In this session we will be explaining
how the Oracle Data Integration solutions help businesses integrate with cloud
resources such as cloud databases and applications or cloud BI infrastructures.
We will cover topics like initializing and synchronizing Oracle DBaaS or
performing native E-LT transformations on a cloud data warehousing platform.

We are also very excited to
be doing 2 live demonstrations in this session using Oracle Data Integrator and
the Progress DataDirect JDBC drivers: extracting data from Salesforce.com as
well as integrating and transforming data on Amazon Redshift.

If you are interested in cloud
integration make sure you attend this session:

Oracle Data
Integration: A Crucial Ingredient for Cloud Integration - CON7926

10/2/14 (Thursday) 9:30 AM - Moscone South - 270

Of course there are also
plenty of other Oracle Data Integration sessions you should plan on attending
at Oracle OpenWorld this year. For a complete list review our Focus
On Data Integration
website. See you there!

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