Events Calendar


Oracle OpenWorld 2017


Date/Time: October 01-05, 2017

View Here

Oracle OpenWorld 2017

Region: San Francisco, CA, USA

Event type: conference

Location: Moscone Center

Oracle OpenWorld is always a fantastic opportunity to learn about new solutions, improve your knowledge and, of course, network with your peers. Dbvisit will be attending, exhibiting and speaking again and we are already getting excited to be heading to San Francisco. We will have a large team there, so be sure to stop by at BOOTH 5314, Moscone West, to chat with them and discover what might be of interest to you. Stay posted via our Twitter feed, @dbvisit, for the latest event information!

Speaking Sessions:

How to Eliminate the Storm When Moving to the Cloud [SUN3376]

Mike Donovan, Chief Technology Officer, Dbvisit Software Limited
Kellyn Pot'Vin-Gorman, Technical Intelligence Manager, Delphix Corp

The DBA is often viewed as a roadblock in the migration to the cloud. But the sheer size and demands of database-to-cloud migration efforts will only hold back the storm for so long. But what if these migration steps didn’t have to be ad hoc, insecure, and overwhelming? The truth is migrating to the cloud using tried and trusted off-the-shelf methods and solutions can reduce time, cost, and worries. In this session join Kellyn PotVin-Gorman, Oracle user group champion and current technical intelligence manager at Delphix, and Mike Donovan, Dbvisit Software CTO, as they outline best practices for moving a workload from on-premises to the cloud with zero downtime and data loss.

Date and Time: Sunday, Oct 01, 1:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Location: Moscone South - Room 160

Strategic Leadership: Critical C-Level Conversations Panel

Stewart Bryson, Owner and Co-founder, Red Pill Analytics
Charles Kim, Oracle ACE Director, Viscosity North America
Michelle Kolbe, Consultant, Red Pill Analytics
Kerry Osborne, DBA, Accenture Enkitec Group
Arjen Visser, Founder & CEO, Dbvisit Software Limited

In this session, join a panel of industry experts as they discuss what the role of database and technology professionals will look like one, three, and five years from today; what critical skills they look for in new hires; and how current technology professionals can position themselves to be indispensable assets to their organizations.

Date and Time: Sunday, Oct 01, 3:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Location: Moscone South - Room 151

Read More >

October 01-05, 2017


 

Upcoming Events