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  • September 5, 2019

Cyber Resilience at Oracle OpenWorld 2019

I hear from IT leaders they are prioritizing data protection as a top focus area to scale up, even as they are doing more to protect their data. It’s with good reason, as breaches can cost up to $4M on average.

Additionally, downtime, unrelated to security, causes revenue losses as much as $500K per hour. Protecting data requires a comprehensive approach, including preventative security and operational measures to protect from internal and external threats, as well as keeping your data resilient, or available for business activities from both planned downtime and unplanned mishaps leading to business disruption.

At #OOW2019, #OracleEM and Oracle #MgmtCloud sessions will highlight what you can do for Cyber Resilience.

Do you only have time for one session?

General Session | Future of Oracle Enterprise Manager and Management Cloud: Strategy and Roadmap (GEN5111)
Tuesday, September 17, 11:45am, Moscone South - Room 207/208

 

Come hear Wim Coekaerts (@WimOracle), Senior Vice President of Product Development,, present on how Oracle continues to make major investments in manageability designed to lower the cost and risk of providing high-performance applications and adopting the latest Oracle technology. In this strategic session Oracle's enterprise and cloud manageability leadership discuss Oracle's current offerings and future plans to provide manageability across hybrid estates that leverage the best of on-premises and cloud technology.

 


There are numerous sessions providing deep dives on cyber resilience. Here are a few examples:

 

Lastly, don’t forget to scan through our entire program guide for other interesting news, technical content, best practices, hands-on labs, demos and more.

Program Guide | Enterprise and Cloud Manageability
The Enterprise and Cloud Manageability Program Guide is a comprehensive listing of all our sessions, demos, and hands-on labs. It's a live link that will update if there any changes, so please bookmark this URL.

 

If you are attending the event, be sure to drop me a line and stop by The Exchange in Moscone South for a chat. If you are not attending the event, not to worry. Follow this blog and you will see content available online.

 

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