Enabling Real-Time Analytics With Database In-Memory

Day 5 of Oracle OpenWorld 2015 October 29th

Maria Colgan
Distinguished Product Manager

It's the last day of Oracle OpenWorld and we have saved the very best for last. So hopefully you are still awake and functioning after the party!

Today, we have a fantastic line up of In-Memory sessions, so grab your coffee and start your last day at our hands-on-lab Oracle Database In-Memory Bootcamp (Session HOL10483) at the slightly later time of 9:30am in the Golden Gate room (25th Floor) at the Hotel Nikko.

If you have already attended our hands on lab, check out our last Database In-Memory technical session Introducing Analytic Views—Bringing Star Queries into the Twenty-First Century (Session CON8742) at 9:30am in Moscone South - room 309. During this session Bud Endress will introduce Analytic Views and describe how they easily transform tables into the next-generation data source for BI applications and Excel Pivot Tables.

Before you head for the airport, don't forget to stop by the Engineered System Showcase to check out the Database In-Memory demo and pick up both an In-Memory bumper sticker and a SQL in Silicon sticker.

We hope you have a safe trip home and we will see you all again next year, when we will have even more great session on Oracle Database In-Memory!

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Mark Brady Tuesday, November 3, 2015

    Is there any published collateral about the session on "Introducing Analytic Views"?

  • guest Friday, November 6, 2015


    Session where the content was exclusive based on Oracle Database 12.2 will only be made publicly available once the product has been released.



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