My participation of Oracle OpenWorld 2012 and my presentations ready for download   2 comments

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 is getting close to the  finishing line.  Tomorrow, Thursday Oct 5th will be the last day of the conferecne. The last session will end at 3:15pm followed by the closing ceremony.  My OOW12 trip really started on the Oracle ACE director product briefing in Oracle HQ on last Thursday and Friday. During this two-day product briefing, we were given 16 presentations by Oracle VPs as well as product management  directors that coverred some major product areas.  The topics that fall in my areas included database, cloud, Enterprise Manager, virtualization & Linux, GoldenGate, Oracle EBS. What I am interested in most are Oracle database 12c: pluggable Database, Oracle EBS R12.2 online patching feature, virtualization and cloud features. After the two days product briefing, we took the OTN bus to come to San Francisco downtown in late Friday afternoon to get ready for the OpenWorld conference.

The OOW conference started with the user group day on Sunday Sept 30. I co-presented UGF7700 – Oracle on Oracle VM: Expert Panel  at 12:30pm-2:00pm (click the name to download the presentation). A full room of audiences really showed their enthusiasm on this topic. 

My second presentation was  CON3875 – High-Availability Infrastructure of the Database Cloud: Architecture and Best Practices  at Monday 3:15pm-4:15pm. As usually this HA and database cloud topic attracted a good attentention of the conference audiences who filled up all the seats in  Moscone West- room #3020. Many people requested the presentation slides after the session. The pdf of slides  are  available for download on the link.

My third also the last presentation CON5206 – Simplify App Deployment in the Cloud with Virtual Assemblies and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, was given on Wednesday afternoon 5:00pm-6:00pm.  Although I didn’t get a huge audience like the last two as this was not only a new and advanced topic, also  the last session of the day before  most people were heading to the conference party on the Treasure Island. The people attending this session seemed to be very interested in this topic.  This relative small size of the audiences actually made this session more interactive. The pdf of the presentation can be downloaded through this link.  

Besides of my own presentations, I also attended a few presentations including few  keynotes. This conference has been a really learning and networking opportunity for me. It has been really great to meet some old friends as well as new friends. I have really enjoyed the conference this time as much as my previous 6 times.

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2 responses to “My participation of Oracle OpenWorld 2012 and my presentations ready for download

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  1. Excellent blog! Do you have any hints for aspiring writers?
    I’m hoping to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on
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    • Hi, Dana,

      Thank you for the comments. I think it is a great experience to have something like a blog to
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      great platform that doesn’t neet much efforts to learn the web and formating so that we can focus
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      Good luck to you blog experience.
      Thanks
      Kai

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