Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

1. Best Practices for managing Oracle database servers.
2. Oracle Fusion Middleware products like J2EE, ADF, XML, BPEL, SOA, Web Services, Discoverer...).
3. Oracle Application Servers and Apache.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Trubix releasing Oracle 11g classes soon

In Oracle 11g, everyone is going to be amazed with the level of new features in the Oracle 11g database server. The Oracle 11g Database Server contains new features and enhancements in the areas of Manageability, High Availability, Performance, Content Management, Security, Information Lifecycle Management, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence capabilities. There are also a number of new features related to development including PL/SQL, Java, .SQL Developer, Application Express, .NET, PHP and BI Publisher.

Once Oracle releases Oracle 11g to the public, we will finalize our set of topics and have new classes in Oracle 11g available immediately. We look forward to seeing you in our Oracle 11g classes and showing how to lower your cost of ownership and increase your managability of the Oracle 11g database server.



Popular Classes

  • Oracle11gR2 New Features

  • Intro to Java Programming
  • Intro to Linux for Oracle
  • Intro to PL/SQL Programming
  • Oracle11gR2 Fusion Dev Wkshp I





    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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