Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Excited to start the new Trubix blog!

Welcome! My name is George Trujillo and I am the owner and President of Trubix Inc. We specialize in delivering technical training in Oracle technology. We offer enterprise wide solutions for Fortune 1000 clients as well as for the individual learner. Trubix stands out by being able to offer very strong solutions in areas such as the Oracle Fusion technology platform as well as the 10g RAC, Oracle 10g Portal, Oracle 10g Application Server, Linux training and Java training.

I have over 20 years experience in the IT industry. My focus is on helping medium and large organizations move to new and advanced areas of Oracle technology. I focus on areas such as 10g RAC, 10g Application Server, Oracle Streams and Oracle Fusion areas such as XML, J2EE, SOA, BPEL and Grid.

I am currently a Board of Director for the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), with my area of responsibility being the Select Magazine. Previously I was responsible for the Special Interest Groups (SIGS) for the IOUG. I am on the Fusion Council for the International Oracle User Council (IOUC). I am actively involved with the Oracle Beta Program within Oracle Corporation. I have as strong history and relationship with different international Oracle users groups and professional business organizations throughout the United States.

I have been selected as one of the Oracles of Oracle for international Oracle user groups and have been a keynote speaker for business and technology conferences world wide. I have also been selected as a primary presenter for Oracle Master Universities offered by international Oracle user groups.

With Oracle Open World completing ( and the latest vision coming from Oracle, I see a lot of energy and enthusiasm for current (9i and 10g) and future (11g) Oracle technology.

This blog is going to involve and will start including audio podcasts, video webcasts, online training and regular webinars surrounding Oracle technology and strategic directions.

I started this blog to share my thoughts on current and future Oracle directions. I hope to find others that wish to share and collaborate on various areas of Oracle technology. I will use the feedback and input of readers to determine the direction of this blog.


At 9:06 PM, Anonymous Ivy Gilbert said...


I am excited to see that you have this BLOG running. This information is valuable to all levels in the IT industry from the C-Level down. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

At 11:43 AM, Blogger Danny said...

I have come across some BLOG's on Google. Your BLOG is a very informative and covering major areas of Oracle.

How about if you inlcude some tips for aspiring DBAs or resources link?

At 11:18 PM, Blogger db2 said...

Thanks for the nice info


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    The Trubix Blog is focused on discussions on strategic directions in database technology and the challenges Oracle technologists are addressing today and in the future. This site will focus on issues and challenges of database management that cannot be resolved with a code snippet. There are already a lot of great websites out there with tons of code samples. We would like to facilitate more discussions on issues Oracle technologists are dealing with today that a quick search on the Internet cannot solve. There will also be a group of recognized industry leaders that will also participate in this blog. This blog is an extension of the Tim Tam Group, an international group of industry leaders that meet once a year to discuss strategic directions in the industry.



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