On March 14, 2o12, Oracle issued the call for paper for this year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference. The call for paper will end on April 9, 2012.
Oracle OpenWorld is the biggest IT conference. While the magority of presentations will be given by Oracle speakers, some percentage of presentation slots will be allocated for speakers from Oracle community . According to the Oracle OpenWorld Blog (
), each year more than 3000 submissions compete for these slots and roughly 18% of the submissions get accepted. It is a tough competition! Those lucky winners will get a chance to speak at this prestige IT conference as well as a free ticket to the conference.
Since 2006 , I have been lucky enough to get at leat one presentation accepted every year. It has been a really great experience to attend and speak at the conference. The following is a list of my OOW presentations (not including panels) since 2006. For this year’s OOW submission, there are a few topics in my mind based on the projects and the lessons learned I had in the past year and some projects that I am currently working on. I will make sure to submit them by April 9th’s deadline.OOW 2006:
- Provisioning Oracle RAC in a Virtualized Environment, Using Oracle Enterprise Manager,
- Building an Oracle Grid with Oracle VM on Dell Blade Servers and EqualLogic iSCSI storage
- Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle RAC and Oracle VM: Architecture and Implementation
- Monitoring and Diagnosing Oracle RAC Performance with Oracle Enterprise Manager.
- Oracle RAC on Oracle VM Automated Provisioning with Enterprise Manager 11g
OOW 2010 Beijing:
- Case study: Implementing the Oracle Grid Computing for Multiple ERP Applications ,
- Oracle11g R2 Clusterware and RAC: Architecture , Configuration, Troubleshooting and Case study
- Configuring and Managing a Private Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager
- Upgrading Oracle Enterprise Manager, Using Best Practices ,
- Consolidate Oracle E-Business Suite Databases in Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Grid: Case Study,
- Ensure the High Availability and Stability of Oracle RAC: Storage and Network Side Story