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Kscope13 Sneak Preview: ODTUG's Monty Latiolais on Why You Should Go

Oracle Development Tools User Group President Monty Latiolais and Database Chair Kelly Pot’Vin provide a sneak preview of Kscope13—and explain what’s in store for database professionals attending.
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New In-Memory Applications Run 10 to 20 Times Faster on Oracle’s Engineered Systems

In April 2013, Oracle unveiled its new in-memory applications, which deliver 10X to 20X performance increases running on Oracle’s engineered systems, compared to commodity hardware.
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Q&A: Oracle SVP Loaiza on the Development of Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3

Oracle Exadata Database Machine is redefining the future of computing. Recently, Juan Loaiza, Oracle's senior vice president of systems technology, sat down with the Independent Oracle Users Group Director of Communities, Alex Gorbachev, to reflect on the journey that led to the creation of the next-generation Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3.
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Alliance Data Drives Scalable Performance on Oracle Exadata

Hear how Alliance Data is using Oracle Exadata to improve user experience and business performance. Alliance is able to realize quicker online response, drive products to market faster, and reduce total cost of ownership while simplifying its footprint.

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Innovator's Playbook: Forbes Contributor Bob Evans Talks with Global Leaders

Join Forbes contributor and Oracle Senior Vice President Bob Evans as he explores disruptive technologies—cloud, mobile, social, analytics, and big data—that have a significant impact on innovation in business.

Oracle's Strategy and Approach to Cloud Computing

Oracle Vice President Rex Wang explains Oracle's cloud computing strategy, which enables cloud solutions at all levels and provides the most complete deployment platform and applications portfolio.

Why Oracle Is the Technology That Powers the Cloud

Oracle President Mark Hurd discusses how Oracle provides the technology foundation for cloud computing and delivers cloud services for public, private, and hybrid cloud deployments.

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Engineered Systems as a Service

There's a new business model for deploying Oracle’s engineered systems in a private cloud. Javier Cabrerizo, vice president of business development at Oracle, explains what Oracle Infrastructure as a Service with Capacity on Demand means for Oracle’s engineered systems users.

Extreme Performance with Oracle Exadata X3

Juan Loaiza, senior vice president of systems technology at Oracle, talks about the latest developments in Oracle's engineered systems with Tom Haunert, Oracle Magazine editor in chief.

Envista Coordinates Infrastructure Projects with Oracle Spatial 11g

Learn how Envista uses Oracle Database 11g with Oracle Spatial to provide an innovative Web-based solution enabling the coordination of infrastructure projects.

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Boral Limited Consolidates IT Infrastructure by Replacing Its IBM pSeries Servers with Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Real Application Clusters

Read How Targetbase Gets Deeper Insight and 40 Times Faster Query Response with Oracle Exadata

ANIMA, Italy’s Largest Fund Manager, Reduced Operational Costs by 50 Percent and Business Processing Time by 30 Percent with Oracle Database

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Oracle Specialized Partner Oracle Exastack Partner Oracle Validated Integrations
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Oracle Database 11g: Data Warehousing Fundamentals

Explore the basics of Oracle Database partitioning architecture, identify the benefits of partitioning, and review parallel operations to reduce response time for data-intensive operations. Learn how to extract, transform, and load data into an Oracle Database warehouse.

Implement Oracle Data Warehousing Best Practices

Learn about best practices for implementing an enterprise data warehouse, including how to build a balanced hardware configuration, how to load data efficiently into the data warehouse, and how to use partition exchange load and data compression during the extract, transform, load process to improve performance.

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ODTUG Kscope 13

June 23–27 │New Orleans, Louisiana │#Kscope13

Oracle OpenWorld Shanghai 2013

July 22–25 │Shanghai, China

Oracle OpenWorld 2013

September 22–26 │San Francisco, California

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