There is less than one week before Collaborate 13 conference. As a reference, I list the schedule of all of presentations and panels I will present or co-present here. Since Collaborate 13 conference allows us to download the presentations and whitepapers prior to the conference, the link with each of these titles leads to the page where you can download the presentation ppts and whitepaper.
1. How to setup your own Private Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud? Monday, April 8
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Room 507, Speakers: Kai Yu , Dell, Tariq Farooq, CEO BrainSurface
2. Oracle VM, OEM12c and Cloud Computing 360 Degrees, Session #343, Tuesday, April 9
8:00 am – 9:00 am, Mile High Ballroom 4A, Track : Cloud Computing, Panelists: Tariq Farooq (BrainSurface), George Trujillo (HortonWorks), Honglin Su (Oracle), Mike Ault (IBM), Charles Kim (Viscosity NA), Kai Yu (Dell)
3. Plan/Configure/Deploy your own Private Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud, Session #237, Tuesday, April 9 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Mile High Ballroom 3C, Track : Cloud Computing, Speakers:Kai Yu, Dell Inc.Tariq Farooq, CEO , BrainSurface
4. Simplifying Application Deployment in Cloud using Virtual assemblies and EM 12c, session #369, Wednesday, April 10 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm, Mile High Ballroom 4B, Speakers: Honglin Su Oracle, Kai Yu, Dell Inc.
Look forward to having the great presentations and discussions with panelists, co-presenters and audiences.
Oracle just announced the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 call for papers today!
The call for papers will last about one month and close at Friday, April 12, 11:59 p.m. PDT. For those of us who want to share their experences and technology inovation at this biggest information technology event in the world, we need to come up some topics and submit to the conference commitee by the April 12th deadline. Since 2006 Oracle OpenWorld when I gave my very first presentation at this event, I have been very fortune to speak at the conference 16 times. I look forward to having another year to continue my contributions to the conference.
I listed all of my previous Oracle OpenWorld presentation for reference. Here I want to thank the people who also contributed to these presentations including my co-speakers of some sessions, and the conference commitee who gave me the opportunity to present and the audiences who participated and supported me during the presentations.
16. Oracle on Oracle VM: Expert Panel, Oracle OpenWorld 2012
15: High-Availability Infrastructure of the Database Cloud: Architecture and Best Practices, Oracle OpenWorld 2012
14: Simplify App Deployment in the Cloud with Virtual Assemblies and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, Oracle OpenWorld 2012
13. Configuring and Managing a Private Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager ,Oracle OpenWorld 2011
12. Upgrading Oracle Enterprise Manager, Using Best Practices , Oracle OpenWorld 2011
11. Consolidate Oracle E-Business Suite Databases in Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Grid: Case Study, Oracle OpenWorld 2011
10. Ensure the High Availability and Stability of Oracle RAC: Storage and Network Side Story ,Oracle OpenWorld2011
9. Oracle11g R2 Clusterware and RAC: Architecture , Configuration, Troubleshooting and Case study, Oracle OpenWorld Beijing 2010,
8. Oracle RAC on Oracle VM Automated Provisioning with Enterprise Manager 11g , Oracle OpenWorld 2010
7. Monitoring and Diagnosing Oracle RAC Performance with Oracle Enterprise Manager. Oracle OpenWorld 2010,
6. Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle RAC and Oracle VM: Architecture and Implementation, Oracle OpenWorld 2009
5. Building an Oracle Grid with Oracle VM on Dell Blade Servers and EqualLogic iSCSI storage, Oracle OpenWorld 2009
4. Provisioning Oracle RAC in a Virtualized Environment, Using Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle OpenWorld 2009
3. Case Study: Implementing the Oracle Grid Computing on Dell Hardware for Multiple ERP Applications, Oracle OpenWorld 2008
2. Automatic Oracle RAC Deployment and Implementing MegaGrid using Oracle EM Provisioning Pack, Oracle OpenWorld 2007
1. Implementing Oracle Applications 11i on 10g RAC and ASM, Oracle OpenWorld 2006
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.