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Monday, October 03, 2011

Oracle Open World 2011: Sunday

Sunday, opening day at Oracle Open World is always a fantastic launch to the conference.  Some of the highlights:

  • IOUG day contains a number of presentations from the IOUG user community.  Excellent presentations and it's great that Oracle has the user community so involved.
  • Oracle ACE dinner - is always one of the most popular events among the leaders in the Oracle user community.  The Oracle ACE program is one of the best managed programs in the IT industry.
  • The networking that occurs during the conference is always one of the most valuable take aways from the conference.  This is a tremendous amount of energy and enthusiasm among the attendees.
  • Launch of the IOUG Virtualization SIG - The IOUG Virtualization SIG is going to be one of the most popular groups in the Oracle user community.
Most popular discussions on Sunday:
  • Virtualization and Cloud technologies and products
  • Oracle Database Appliance
  • Oracle Exadata and Exalogic



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