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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Oracle Open World - Oracle Database 11g Expert Panel

There was an excellent expert panel on Oracle Database 11g New Features on Sunday that helped set the tone for Oracle Database 11g for the week. This panel had recognized leaders in the Oracle user community and key leaders that were part of the Oracle Database 11g beta program. Trubix has been part of the Oracle Database 11g Beta program since the fall of 2006. The panel included:

  • George Trujillo - Oracle Database 11g Beta Program Leadership Council
  • Dan Norris
  • John King
  • Charles Kim
  • Plamen Zyumbyulev
Oracle Open World is strongly emphasizing Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g throughout the conference. You can also expect that Oracle Database 11g will be emphasized at the upcoming Collaborate 2008 Conference in April, 2008 in Denver, CO. You can expect to see a quicker adoption of Oracle Database 11g with its outstanding features as well as its stability. This option will be a stronger consideration for leap frogging Oracle 10g.

There are blog entries below that summarize Oracle Database 11g New Features.

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At 1:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I attended this presentation. It was excellent to have such a great panel of experts give their insights on the features and benefits of Oracle 11 new features. I was very impressed with the panel.

 

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