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Oracle OpenWorld Database Stream

Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Exadata are changing data center architectures and helping customers deliver extreme performance at the best possible price/performance with the flexibility to consolidate data warehousing and OLTP applications on the same machine. The Database stream is your opportunity to get up to date on the latest developments for grid consolidation, maximizing availability, optimizing storage, addressing data security and compliance requirements, and eliminating costly redundancy to meet business service level objectives. Attend sessions in this track to meet and learn from Oracle's database experts and to hear how customers are benefiting from upgrading to Oracle Database 11g and running their business-critical applications on Oracle Exadata.

To see keynotes, sessions, labs, demos, and more activities related to your area of interest at Oracle OpenWorld, click here to view the Oracle OpenWorld Focus On documents.

Database Primary Track

How can you use Oracle Database 11g to reduce costs? Who's running their business on Oracle Exadata? How do you maximize availability and security? What are the best practices for upgrading, migrating, and performance tuning? How can you virtualize your server and storage resources? What's happening with Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, Oracle Berkeley DB, and MySQL? How does DBA 2.0 address data center complexity? The Database track at Oracle OpenWorld answers these questions and more, with a multitude of sessions that address critical business and IT challenges, and Oracle experts on hand armed with the latest information, demonstrations, benchmarks, and customer case studies.

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EXHIBITION HALL HOURS


Monday, Sept. 20
9:45 am - 5:30 pm
Dedicated Hours
9:45 am - 11:00 am
 
Tuesday, Sept. 21
9:45 am - 5:30 pm
Dedicated Hours
9:45 am - 11:00 am
 
Wednesday, Sept. 22
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dedicated Hours
9:00 am - 10:00 am
 
Thursday, Sept. 23
CLOSED