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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Preview: Don't-Miss Sessions, Hands-on Labs, and More
Because of the rapid and widespread adoption of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c since its launch at Oracle OpenWorld 2011, conference organizers are expecting Oracle Enterprise Manager sessions to attract record crowds at Oracle OpenWorld 2012.
"The phenomenal uptake of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c is clearly visible in the long list of customer and Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) sessions," says Moe Fardoost, senior director, Oracle.
CSC Sponsors Enterprise Management Track
For the first time, CSC is serving as the official sponsor of the Enterprise Management track at Oracle OpenWorld 2012. Jeff Budge, director, Global Oracle Technology Practice, CSC, will participate in the Oracle Enterprise Manager general session (see below for details).
In addition, there will be a session devoted exclusively to CSC solutions, Enterprise Cloud with CSC's Foundation Services for Oracle and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (session ID# CON11427).
"As the official sponsor of the Enterprise Management track at Oracle OpenWorld 2012, CSC is delighted to share its successes in helping customers transform their business applications to cloud. CSC’s Foundation Services for Oracle is the culmination of our long-standing partnership with Oracle. In our sponsor session, we will describe how Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c has enabled CSC to deliver key capabilities for rapid and cost-effective cloud transformation,” says Budge.
General Sessions: Strategy and Product Roadmap
This year, two general sessions address Oracle's comprehensive private cloud management solutions and cloud infrastructure. These sessions provide insight into Oracle's strategy and product roadmap. Early adopters share best practices and lessons learned in these sessions as well. The sessions include
In addition, learn how the world's largest installation of Oracle Enterprise Manager powers Oracle's new public cloud offering.
- Using Oracle Enterprise Manager to Manage Your Own Private Cloud
(session ID# GEN9497)
- Breakthrough Efficiency in Private Cloud Infrastructure
(session ID# GEN11472)
Customer Case Studies
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: The Nerve Center of Oracle Cloud
(session ID# CON9539)
"The number of customer submissions was absolutely outstanding this year, and we wish we could have accepted even more of the unprecedented amount of customer cases," says Fardoost. As a result, this year's conference will include almost twice as many customer case studies as last year, ranging from full-fledged sessions to quick-hit 20-minute minitheater presentations. Recommended sessions include
IOUG SIG Sunday
In addition to establishing the new IOUG Oracle Enterprise Manager special interest group (SIG), the IOUG's Oracle Users Forum, which takes place 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 30, features the following sessions related to Oracle Enterprise Manager
Product Technical Sessions
- Make Oracle Enterprise Manager Sing and Dance with EMCLI
(session ID# CON2571)
- Pulling It All Together for Optimal Support: Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c, OCM, and MOS
(session ID# CON2850)
- Database Performance Tuning: Getting the Best Out Of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
(session ID# CON6511)
Oracle experts also offer a range of technical sessions focused on Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Finally, the conference will include the perennially popular hands-on labs, including
Don’t miss the complete list of Oracle Enterprise Manager sessions and activities at Oracle OpenWorld.
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