Enabling Real-Time Analytics With Database In-Memory

Day 1 of Oracle OpenWorld 2015 October 25th

Maria Colgan
Master Product Manager

The biggest week of the Oracle calendar has arrived. Oracle Open World 2015 officially starts today and it's going to be a fantastic conference for anyone interested in Oracle Database In-Memory. We have tons of great sessions planned for you, as well as hands on labs and of course plenty of opportunities to talk directly with the In-Memory development team.

The show kicks off with tons of great technical sessions today, selected by the Oracle User Groups, including the following sessions, which feature Oracle Database In-Memory:

  • Eighteen Months of Production Experience with Oracle Database 12c at CERN Session UGF 6827 at 9:00 am in Moscone South - room 306. Eric Grancher and Prasanth Kothuri from CERN share the reasons why they decided to become early adopters of Oracle Database 12c  and their experiences both during the migration and also now that they have been in production for over a year.

  • Oracle Database In-Memory Option: Challenges and Possibilities Session UGF10319 at 11:00 am in Moscone South - room 262. Christian Antognini explains the key concepts of Oracle Database In-Memory option, reviews what to expect from this new technology, and looks at situations in which the user can take advantage of it.

  • More Than Another 12 on Oracle Database 12c Session UGF 3190 at 1:30pm in Moscone South - room 306. In this session twelve of the best speakers in EMEA—all ACE directors— and little old me will share our knowledge on Oracle Database 12c. Quick-fire, seven-minute topics provide nuggets of wisdom to consider and explore during and after Oracle OpenWorld. A must attend session if you love different accents!

And of course, Larry's keynote is this evening from 5:00pm – 7:00pm, Moscone North. A must see, as he is bound to make some exciting announcements to get the show started!

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