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Must-See Oracle Database Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 is the place to be in San Francisco, September 30 to October 4. We know there’s a lot to see and do, so here are some must-see Oracle Database sessions to check out at the show.

General Session: What’s Next for Oracle Database?
(session ID# GEN8259 )
Consolidating databases onto private clouds, utilizing database services in public clouds, deploying engineered instead of manually built systems, and integrating big data into business intelligence applications and dashboards are top priorities for many IT organizations. Oracle Database is fundamental to the success of IT projects such as these, but what can customers anticipate next? Join Oracle Senior Vice President Andy Mendelsohn in this session to learn how the latest innovations from Oracle Database server technologies can help accelerate IT projects, protect enterprise data, lower IT costs, and add value to the business.

Data Warehousing and Big Data with the Latest Generation of Database Technology
(session ID# CON8436)
Large-scale data processing is undergoing tremendous transformations while businesses focus on analytic solutions. In this presentation, hear how Oracle's database technologies are making tremendous strides to meet these requirements as well as being optimized on Oracle engineered systems.

Database Security Inside-Out: Latest Innovations in Database Security
(session ID# CON8686)
In this session you’ll learn how Oracle is responding to customer requirements to stay ahead of the evolving threat and regulatory landscape with new paradigms in application security, data redaction, secure-by–default configurations, minimization of the attack surface, context-based auditing, database firewall-based network monitoring, and more.

Future of Oracle Exadata: Developments for OLTP, Warehousing, and Consolidation
(session ID# CON8262)
Oracle Exadata is changing the database landscape for OLTP, data warehousing, and consolidation. Come to this session to hear from Juan Loaiza, Oracle senior vice president, about the latest Oracle Exadata technology and where Oracle Exadata is going in the future.

Application Maximum Availability Architecture Best Practices on Oracle Private Clouds
(session ID# CON8565)
Attendees learn how Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture can be deployed on the Oracle Exadata and Exalogic private cloud platform to deliver the highest levels of availability for Oracle applications and their databases.

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