What’s Really Happening at OpenWorld 2010?

This is a quick blog entry to share a few of my plans for OOW. I’ll be co-presenter with a Wallis Pereira, Sr. Technical Program Manager in the Mission Critical Segment of Intel’s Data Center Group. Wally is a very old friend of mine and we’ll be delivering the following session.

ID#: S315110
Title: Optimizing Servers for Oracle Database Performance
Track: Database
Date: 20-SEP-10
Time: 17:00 – 18:00
Venue: Moscone South
Room: Rm 270

I’ll also be offering a couple of short presentations in the “Unconference” venue on Tuesday, September 21 at 11 AM and 2 PM:

Tuesday – Sept 21st

Lombard: Do-It-Yourself Exadata-like Performance? Kevin Closson, Performance Architect, Systems Technology Group, Oracle.

Mason: What Every DBA Wants To Ask About Exadata Also Known as Q&A with Kevin Closson. Kevin Closson, Performance Architect, Systems Technology Group, Oracle.

For more information on the Unconference venue please visit OOW 2010 Unconferences

I also recommend joining me as I attend the following presentation:

Realworld Performance Group Round Table Discussion

By the way, since my Monday session is at 5:00 PM I should be done for the day afterward so any of the folks that owe me a drink can catch me after the presentation (visa versa on the drink debt of course) 🙂

2 Responses to “What’s Really Happening at OpenWorld 2010?”

  1. 1 Jim September 2, 2010 at 8:59 am

    The unconference sessions sound interesting, unfortunately it appears that this year’s unconference isn’t open to Oracle OpenWorld attendees, from the unconference link:

    “Participation and attendance is reserved to JavaOne and Oracle Develop attendees. You have to be registered to JavaOne or Oracle Develop 2010 to attend any of those sessions.”

    Which is kind of going to limit the number of DBAs able to attend as I’d imagine most are registered for OpenWorld rather than Develop… :-/

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