IOUG’s 2014 Exadata Virtual Conference Brings an Extreme Performance Experience Right to Your Desktop – For Free!

Whether you are thinking about expanding your Engineered Systems environment with Oracle Exadata X4, in the middle of planning your Exadata migration or just curious about what makes engineered systems so powerful, you’ll be sure to find lots of insight, information and ideas during the IOUG Exadata SIG’s 2014 Exadata Virtual Conference, January 29-30, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. CST. This two-day, free virtual conference will focus exclusively on the experiences of real Exadata customers. Learn what they would do differently, what discoveries they made along the way, and how Exadata exceeded their expectations. Register today for free, and let us bring the best the Exadata community has to offer right to your desktop.

Our two-day format allows you to take advantage of one or both of our key topic areas without having to leave your office. With three one-hour presentations each day, plus an open Q&A session, you’ll get case studies and technical informational sessions that will build on each other and compound the value of your attendance.

Check out these two newly added sessions:

Exadata X4: What’s New
Mahesh Subramaniam, Director of Product Management

Oracle’s fifth-generation flagship database machine, Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4, introduces new hardware and software to accelerate performance, increase capacity, and improve efficiency and quality of service for database deployments. This session will provide an overview of the Exadata X4 hardware enhancements and the accompanying software enhancements in the Exadata storage server software version

Introduction to the New Oracle Database In-Memory Option
Maria Colgan, Master Product Manager

At Oracle OpenWorld 2013 in San Francisco, Oracle announced the upcoming availability of the Oracle Database In-Memory option—a solution for accelerating database-driven business decision-making to real-time speeds. Unlike specialized approaches that are restricted to particular workloads or applications, Oracle Database In-Memory leverages a new he unique approach of an in-memory column store format to speed up analytic, data warehousing and reporting workloads, while also accelerating transaction processing (OLTP) workloads. Come to this session to learn more about how the upcoming Oracle Database In-Memory option works and how it can accelerate analytics and the handling of online transaction processing (OLTP) workloads.

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