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  • Thursday, October 2, 2014

Thursday and We're Still Going Strong!

By: Patrick Wheeler | Senior Director, Product Management

A final push to the finish line! If you went to Treasure Island for the party last night I hope you had a great evening. With luck, your ears aren't ringing too badly from the music so that you'll be able to hear the presentations today. It wasn't that many years ago that Thursday at OpenWorld was a slow day with not much going on. Those days are gone. 

The Great Escape (from MS SQL Server)! Tom Michelini and OB Rashid were the drivers behind this great story. If you have any applications you'd like to upgrade from SQL Server to Oracle, don't miss this session. The way OB tells it: "I wish I'd had this paper before we started this project." (OK, we'd all like a time machine.) CON7307 Oracle Multitenant: Successful Migration of Oracle Taleo Business Edition Cloud Service. If you're looking for a way out of SQL Server, don't miss this one. 9:30am Moscone North - 130.

I've been telling you all week about CON12068 Oracle Multitenant: Ask the Experts. That's today at 10:45! It was a late addition and didn't make it into the printed catalog, but it's on! Tweet your deep technical questions to our top developers - use #PDBexperts #OOW14.

At noon in Moscone South - 308 I'll be joined by James Anthony of e-DBA for CON2785. James is an Oracle Ace and e-DBA are Engineered Systems Partner of 2014 in UK, EMEA and Globally (a sweep!). They're also one of the very first customers in production with Multitenant and now have over a year of production experience to share with you. It's a great story, which James tells very well. My job is to get the introduction over quickly so that you can hear from him. 

Full details of Multitenant sessions are available in the Focus On Multitenant page


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