Day 4: Hasta la Vista Oracle Open World

I hope everyone enjoyed the blockbuster keynote with Arnold and Larry - my favorite quote of the night was from Gov. Shwarzeneggar in speaking how much he loved the tech industry:

"I love tech. I love all kinds of tech... and not just high tech but bio tech, green tech, clean tech. The tech industry has made me what I am today... I wouldn't have made my start in acting career without help from body building technology and of course food supplement technology!"

Ellison delivered a compelling keynote as well - especially interesting was his 10 million dollar challenge for anyone that could double the speed of Exadata.

So what about data integration? Well yesterday we had an action-packed day. Thanks to Rittman Mead for their Oracle Un-conference on Oracle Warehouse Builder, and special thanks to Paul Longhurst at Overstock.com for delivering an innovative best practice presentation on how to make Data Warehouses more active, more real-time and more efficient.

Today there's a session which I'm delivering with Haidong Song on Information Management: Combining the power of ODI and MDM together. I invite you to come to our session at

9AM in Moscone South, Room 304

Comments:

Hi, Dain - just linked with you and your network. Although I'm a front line manager for Oracle, I also teach - primarily data warehousing concepts & technologies. I would very much like to obtain more info on the session you delivered with Haidong Song on "Information Management: Combining the power of ODI and MDM together." I've been working with, and teaching ODI for a couple of years and I'm always looking for more info on best practices for my students. Thanks!

Posted by Gerry Jurrens on October 28, 2009 at 10:29 PM PDT #

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