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Key Highlights from an Autonomous OpenWorld 2019

Keith Laker
Senior Principal Product Manager

It's taken longer than expected (too many things to do post-OpenWorld!) but I have finally finished and published my review of OpenWorld 2019 and it is now available in the Apple iBooks store.


Why do you need this book?

Well as usual there were so many sessions and hands-on labs at this year's conference it really is hard to know where to start when you click on the link (https://events.rainfocus.com/widget/oracle/oow19/catalogow19?) to access the content catalog guide. There are some filters that help you narrow down the huge list but it can take time to search and download all the most important content linked to Autonomous Database.

To save you all that time searching, I have put together a complete review in beautiful iBook format!

And if you didn't manage to get to San Francisco then here is the perfect way to learn about the key messages, announcements, roadmaps, features and hands-on training that will help you get the most from your Autonomous Database experience.


So what's in the book?

The guide includes all the key sessions, labs and key announcements from this year's Oracle OpenWorld conference broken down into the following sections

  • Chapter 1 - Welcome and key video highlights 
  • Chapter 2 -  List of key sessions, labs and videos with links to download the related presentations
  • Chapter 3 - Details of all the links you need to keep up to date on Oracle’s strategy and products for Data Warehousing and Big Data. This covers all our websites, blogs and social media pages.
  • Chapter 4 - Everything you need to justify being at OpenWorld 2020

Where can I get it?

If you have an Apple device then you will definitely want to get the iBook version which is available here:

If you are still stuck on Windows or stuck using an Android device then the PDF version is the way to go. The download link for this version is here:


If you think anything is missing then let me know via this blog by leaving a comment or send me an email (keith.laker@oracle.com). Hope you find the review useful and look forward to seeing you all at Moscone Center next year for OpenWorld 2020.


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