Wednesday Sep 14, 2011

A Key Ingredient for Innovation

By Irem Radzik

Three Essential Data Integration Sessions

Our world is overloaded with information, typically stored in silos that hide the big picture your business needs to move forward. Data integration technology helps bring the pieces together from disparate systems across the enterprise and see the complete picture to make more-informed decisions. That’s why data integration is a key ingredient in finding innovative solutions for today’s never-ending business and IT challenges—and why it’s a key track at Oracle OpenWorld.

With 26 sessions, 20 customers and partners, 12 demos, and six hands-on labs, the Data Integration track covers a variety of topics including data warehousing, system migration/consolidation, data quality, data synchronization for high availability, application integration, cloud computing, and Master Data Management (MDM). And among the track’s many customer presenters you’ll find industry leaders such as Sabre Holdings, Sprint, FedEx, SiriusXM Radio, Citigroup, Thomson Reuters, and many more.

To get the most out of the Data Integration track at Oracle OpenWorld, download Focus on Data Integration, listen to a podcast preview, and don’t miss these three sessions:

  • Customer Panel: Achieving Zero-Downtime Upgrades and Migrations: FedEx, SiruisXM Radio, Dell Monday, October 3, 2 p.m., InterContinental San Francisco, Ballroom B
  • Transforming Legacy Databases with Oracle’s Complete Data Integration Solution: Sabre Holdings Tuesday, October 4, 10:15 a.m., InterContinental San Francisco, Union Square Room
  • Customer Perspectives: Real-Life Anecdotes of Success with Oracle Data Integrator: Ross Stores, PPG Industries, Iron Mountain, PNNL Tuesday, October 4, 1:15 p.m., InterContinental San Francisco, Telegraph Hill Room

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