What’s Really Happening at OpenWorld 2010? Part II.

BLOG UPDATE: Yet another room change for Optimizing Servers for Oracle Database Performance

The OOW folks informed me that they needed to move our session to a larger room. So, if you are interested here are the new details:

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 302

I’ll also be giving this following Unconference sessions:

Tuesday – Sept 21st

11AM
Lombard:  Do-It-Yourself Exadata-like Performance?

4PM
Lombard:  What Every DBA Wants To Ask About Exadata (also known as Q&A with Kevin Closson).


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