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Newly Launched Oracle Exadata X3 Redefines Extreme Performance

At Oracle OpenWorld 2012, Oracle announced the general availability of Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3, a complete package of servers, storage, networking, and software that is massively scalable, secure, and fully redundant—and ideally suited for the varied and unpredictable workloads of cloud computing.
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Oracle OpenWorld Revelations Top Agendas at Regional User Group Meetings

Around the world, regional user groups will be holding a series of events over the next several months. Mark your calendar to learn the latest news about Oracle product innovations and hear from leading Oracle executives including Andy Mendelsohn, Willie Hardie, Andrew Sutherland, Bob Thome, and Tom Kyte.
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FAQ: Label-Based Access Controls in Oracle Database 11g

Initially developed for government and defense organizations, Oracle Label Security, which provides multilevel security within Oracle Database, has rapidly expanded to commercial organizations.
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Big Data Episode 5: Analyzing Big Data

Oracle big data analysis is different—learn why. See how to use statistical analysis to generate new insight and deliver new value to the business so you can find out not just what happened, but why.

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Drive Innovation from Big Data

Big data solutions can help you find new insights, capitalize on hidden relationships, and deliver new value to your business. But to derive real business value from big data, you need the right tools and the right strategy. Watch this Webcast to get an inside look at the benefits of big data and learn how you can realize them in your own IT infrastructure.

Your Top Oracle Database 11g Upgrade Phobia

Operational disruption? Current version stasis? Fear of new features and procedures? Relax: Upgrading is smooth, and the new features are awesome, easy to learn, and worth implementing.

Reducing Database Testing Efforts While Maximizing ROI

Forrester Consulting and Oracle explain how to manage database and system changes using Oracle Real Application Testing. Be among the first to hear results from Forrester’s multicustomer study.

What Are Oracle Users Doing to Improve Availability and Disaster Recovery?

The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) surveyed more than 350 data managers and professionals regarding planned and unplanned downtime, database high availability, and disaster recovery solutions. Download the report and watch the Webcast today.

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Novation Improves Scalability and Performance 41 Times with Oracle Exadata

Land O'Lakes Reduces Storage Footprint by 50 Percent

Pennsylvania Government Improves Family Life Quality

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Oracle Database 11g Resource Center

Access tutorials, data dictionaries, white papers, customer success stories, and more.

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Reduce Downtime with Oracle Database 11g

Understanding the business cost associated with planned and unplanned downtime is the first step to reducing its impact on your organization. Access the cost-of-downtime calculator today and calculate downtime costs to better prioritize high availability investments and reduce downtime risks.

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Europe Airpost Deploys Oracle Database Appliance

PT XL Axiata Tbk Runs Its SAP Applications on Oracle Database

Oracle Database 11g Customer Booklet

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Slovenian IOUG (SIOUG)

October 15–17
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Croatia Oracle User Group (HROUG )

October 16–20
Tuhelj, Croatia

2012 East Coast Oracle Users Conference (ECO)

October 17–18
Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina

St. Louis Oracle User Group Meeting

October 18
Location details to follow.

South Africa OUG (SAOUG)

October 21–23
Sun City (Johannesburg), South Africa

Nordic User Group Tour

October 22–26
Includes user groups from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland.

20:20 Foresight AUSOUG—Perth User Group

October 29–30
Perth, Australia

Sangam 12

Cohosted by All India Oracle User Group (AIOUG)
November 2–3
Bangalore, India

Bulgaria Oracle User Group (BGOUG)

November 16–18
Pravets, Bulgaria

DOAG Conference and Exhibition

November 20–22
Nuremberg, Germany

UK Oracle User Group Conference 2012

December 3–5
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Twitter hashtag: #ukoug2012

Oracle OpenWorld Latin America

December 4–6
São Paulo, Brazil

Register for an Oracle Database 11g Event Near You

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