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  • June 24, 2014

Database as a Service at Oracle OpenWorld 2014

Burt Clouse
Sr Principal Product Manager

It's almost that time again - to gather in San Francisco for Oracle OpenWorld, and there are many sessions which will be interesting to anyone working in the private cloud / database as a service space.    Here are just a handful of them - starting with the session I will present, and others from the team I'm part of --

Private Database Cloud: a Standardized Catalog for Delivering DBaaS

Database as a Service: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Database as a Service: a Customer's Journey to the Cloud

Rapid Home Provisioning: Deploying and Updating Database Templates in a Cloud

DBaaS 2.0: Rapid Provisioning, Richer Services, Integrated testing, and more

Create a DBaaS Catalog in an Hour with a PaaS-Ready Infrastructure

If you miss one of our sessions, stop by our booth.  And if you miss OOW completely, watch for the session materials online shortly after the conference ends.

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