OWB/ODI Users: Last Chance to Submit and Vote On Sessions for OpenWorld 2010
By antonio romero on Jun 09, 2010
Now is the last chance for OWB and ODI users to propose new ETL/DW/DI sessions for OpenWorld!
Oracle OpenWorld 2010 "Suggest a Session" lets members of the Oracle Mix community submit and vote on papers/talks for OpenWorld. The most popular session proposals will be included in the conference program.
One promising OWB-related topic has already been submitted:
Dr. Holger Friedrich and consultants from sumIT AG in Switzerland built a real-time data warehouse and accompanying BI system for real-time online fraud detection with very limited resources and a short schedule. His presentation will cover:
- How sumIT AG efficiently loads complex data feeds in real time in Oracle 11gR2 using, among others, Advanced Queues and XML DB
- How they lowered costs and sped up development, by leveraging the DBs development features including Oracle Warehouse Builder
- How they delivered a production-ready solution in a few short months using only three part-time developers
Come vote for this proposal, on Oracle Mix:
I have already invited members of the OWB/ODI Linkedin group (with over 1400 members) to come vote on topics like this one and propose their own. If enough of us vote on a few topics, we are sure to get some on the agenda!
And if you have your own topics, using the Suggest-a-Session instructions here:
If you propose a topic, don't forget to come to Linkedin and promote it! I have already sent the members of the Linkedin group an email announcement about this, and I will send another in a week, with links to all topics submitted.