Discover What's Coming Up at OpenWorld on Data Integration
By Irem Radzik on Sep 12, 2011
Our world is overloaded with information, unfortunately stored typically in silos that hide the big picture businesses need to move forward. Data Integration technology helps bring the pieces together from disparate systems across the enterprise and see the complete picture to make more informed decisions. That’s why data integration is a key ingredient to be able to find innovative solutions for today’s never-ending business and IT challenges.
For the same reason, one of our key tracks at Oracle OpenWorld is dedicated to Data Integration. The Data Integration track covers multiple topics, as the technology is tightly integrated with many different areas including data warehousing, system migration/consolidation, data quality, data synchronization for high availability, application integration, Cloud computing, and MDM. The track brings 26 sessions joined by over 20 customers and partners, 12 Demo Pods, and 6 Hands-on-Labs to OpenWorld attendees.
The most exciting part of this year’s Data Integration track is the customers that will present how they leverage Data Integration products including Oracle Data Integrator, Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle Enterprise Data Quality to improve their business and IT operations. Customer speakers—such as Sprint, Sabre Holding, UPMC, Turkcell, Paychex, Fedex, Dell, SiriusXM Radio, Citigroup, ThomsonReuters, Verisign, Ross Stores, and IronMountain—represent multiple industries and will share their innovative data integration solutions.
In a big event like Open World, it is hard to decide on which sessions to attend, planning in advance helps. You can start with reviewing our Focus On report for Data Integration to see the details on where and when you can find our sessions. Also, I invite you to listen to a recent podcast that gives more details on what Data Integration track entails this year at OpenWorld.
We will continue to keep you informed via our Facebook and Twitter accounts, as well as via this blog page, with details on what is coming up on Data Integration at OpenWorld. If you are not part of the Oracle Data Integration community yet, it is a good time to join now.