Enabling Real-Time Analytics With Database In-Memory

Day 3 of Oracle OpenWorld 2015 October 27th

Maria Colgan
Master Product Manager

Hopefully you enjoyed yesterday, the first full day of technical sessions at Oracle OpenWorld, and are ready for more today!

First thing this morning at 8:45 am is your second opportunity to attend our hands-on-lab, Oracle Database In-Memory Bootcamp (Session HOL10483) in the Golden Gate room (25th Floor) at the Hotel Nikko. I know it's early but trust me it will be a great way to start your day as it will leave you inspired and energized!

Today we will also give our first two technical sessions. First up is  Best Practices for Getting Started with Oracle Database In-Memory (Session CON6775) at 11:00am, in Moscone South - room 104.

In this session, I'll provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to get started with Oracle Database In-Memory, including advice on when and where you should take advantage of Oracle Database In-Memory. I'll also outlines strategies to help ensure that you get the promised performance boost regardless of your database environment. If you do come to this session, be sure to keep an eye out for this little fellow,
as he will be on top of all of the slides with the top tips!

Later in the day we have our 3rd customer session when Dan Huls from AT&T WiFi presents, Oracle Database In-Memory: A Practical Solution (Session CON3087) at 4pm in Moscone South - room 307. Dan will share with you how they implemented Oracle Database In-Memory on a large customer-facing data warehousing system in under two months with little or no changes to their application. He will also provide details on why they chose Oracle Database In-Memory versus a more expensive SAP HANA solution.

Finally Juan Loaiza, EVP of Database Development, will present Oracle Database In-Memory—What’s New and What’s Coming (Session CON8659) at 5:15pm in Moscone South— room 103. In this session Juan will explain in detail what motivated Oracle to develop this new technology and provides a clear understanding of how this unique “dual format” architecture works. He will also give you a sneak preview of what to expect next for Database In-Memory. A definite must see session!

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