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Friday, October 20, 2006

Count Down for Oracle Open World (2006)!!

As a few of my friends leave today for Open World, I have been busy at work and stayed back. I can't wait for the podcast sessions from Open World. Some of the sessions I have been waiting hear are below ..........................and as fast as Oracle can get them out; I will be ready to consume the information

1) Concurrent Manager Queue Overlap Analysis
2) Oracle On Demand Powered By Oracle Database Technology
3) Leveraging Oracle Workflow for Efficient Transaction Processing
4) Oracle Daily Business Intelligence: A Business Intelligence Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite, Providing Relevant, Timely Information to End Users
5) Using Oracle Warehouse Builder 10g Release 2 to Implement Production ETL in a Geospatial Data Warehouse
6) A Hidden Treasure: Oracle E-Business Suite Support Tools
7) Coming Improvements in Oracle Text Performance
8) Oracle Database Secure Configuration: What You Need to Know Today
9) Dell IT: Get Beyond Oracle Real Application Clusters and Start Deploying an Enterprise Grid Architecture
10) Bristol-Myers Squibb: Transparent Application Tuning Using SQL Profiles--Practical Lessons, Tips, and Techniques
11) Continuous Data Protection (CDP) for the Oracle Database
12) To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade? Archiving Strategies for Oracle E-Business Suite Sites
13) Tuning SQL When You Cannot Change the Code
14) Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2: New Features
15) Using Business Intelligence to Maximize Customer Value
16) Oracle Discoverer Future: Protect, Extend, Integrate
17) Oracle Forms Personalization Without Coding
18) MAA Best Practices: Reducing Downtime for Planned Maintenance
19) Operations Using Oracle Database 10g High-Availability Features
20) Composite Fusion Middleware Solutions for Oil and Gas
21) Why Digital Signatures and Oracle Go Hand-in-Hand
22) Oracle Data Mining Case Study: Xerox
23) Demystifying SQL Tuning with Oracle Tuning Pack
24) Welcome to My Nightmare: The Common Performance Errors in Oracle Databases
25) Maximum Availability Architecture Best Practices: Building a Highly
26) Available and Disaster-Proof Architecture, Using Data Guard, Oracle RAC, Automatic Storage Management (ASM), and Flashback27) Storage Area Networks for Your Oracle Applications


  • Hi Vidya,
    Nice information, are these podcast now available ?


    By Blogger Atul Kumar, at 11:06 AM  


    what would I do without a Reader Client :) (I like RRS reader)
    the above feeds will tell you whats in and whats not - I actually listened to a few driving into wrk this morning.

    By Blogger Vidya Balasubramanian, at 8:17 AM  

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