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Announcing The Oracle Real World Conference. Attending Oracle OpenWorld 2012? Great, It Happens To Coincide With This Great Event!

BLOG UPDATE 2012-09-21: The conference organizers had to dodge legal bullets from Oracle Corporation for using the word Oracle. So, the name of the conference changed to Oaktable World:

This is just a quick announcement about a great conference hosted by the good folks at Delphix, Miracle and Pythian.

Please visit the Oracle Real World website for session and venue information.

I’ll be offering a session called “SLOB Why, How and What’s It Got To Do With Exadata.” Attendees will learn how to put SLOB to use for their benefit. They might even learn something important about Exadata as an added bonus.

Please follow this link to the website to learn more.


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