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BGOUG Autumn Conference 2015 Updates

The Bulgarian Oracle User Group (BGOUG) is one of the largest user
groups in CEE, established in 1994 and having close to 400 attendees in their
last conference organized at Pravets, 20-22 November 2015.

The conference had 4 main tracks:

  • Database (Server Technology, Database
    Administration and Tuning)
  • Design and Development
  • Middleware
  • Cross Stream (Cloud Computing, Enterprise
    Management, Engineered Systems)

There were 6 Oracle ACE Directors speaking and presenting –
not many OUGs can say they have this many recognized experts on stage. Among
them, Jonathan Lewis did the keynote, Julian Dontcheff, Heli Helskyaho, Martin Widlake, Osama Mustafa and Gurcan
Orhan presented high end topics, some of them delivered at Oracle Open World,
weeks before.

A couple of Oracle employees were present at this event as
well, among them one member of EMEA Customer Success team, Horia Berca.

His presentations were in the area of Database Performance
Tuning and Development:

  • Adaptive Query Optimizations in 12c
  • Tuning capabilities in SQL Developer

Part of the presentations, he demoed some features using an
Oracle Database Cloud Service instance (Enterprise Edition – Extreme
Performance) and also In-Memory Option was emphasized as a performance
accelerator. The sessions were well received, with up to 50 participants
attending each of them.

The BGOUG event ended with a Panel Discussion, hosted by
“The four Js”: Joel Goodman, Jonathan Lewis, Joze Senegacnik and Julian
Dontcheff. This was very well received by all participants, with many
discussions around Oracle Public Cloud, Big Data, Oracle Database Standard
Edition and enhancements wanted in Oracle Database.

More details here: http://www.bgoug.org/upload/events_files/975_BGOUG_201511_Pravets.pdf and here: http://www.bgoug.org/upload/events_files/973_Agenda_201511_Pravets_EN_4.pdf

Please feel free to reach out to Horia directly at horia.stefan.berca@oracle.com for additional information.

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