Oracle is a Proud Platinum Sponsor of the San Francisco Data Management Association's DAMA Day 2010.
DAMA International is a global association of technical and business professionals dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information and data management. Oracle is a Proud Platinum Sponsor of this year's San Francisco Data Management Association's DAMA Day.
Cloud Computing is one of the key areas highlighted at DAMA Day 2010. Running databases in a cloud environment presents a unique set of opportunities. Come hear how a private database cloud enables easy consolidation of multiple applications on pooled servers and storage to provide unbeatable fault tolerance, performance, and scalability. With a private database cloud, you can realize the efficiencies of resource pooling, rapid provisioning, and pay-for-use infrastructure to drive down overall costs while improving on quality of service.
Join Oracle expert Bob Thome and learn about:
Using a private cloud to increase IT flexibility
The benefits of consolidating your databases to a private cloud
Key components of a private cloud solution
Oracle's presentations are on Thursday, December 9, 2010
Time: 12:30 p.m. Title: Oracle Exadata: The World’s Fastest Database Machine Presenter: Bob Thome, Director of Product Management, Oracle
Time: 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Title: Grid Consolidation in a Private Cloud Presenter: Bob Thome, Director of Product Management, Oracle
CDMP: On both days, there will be opportunities to take a number of the exams to become Certified Data Management Professionals (CDMP). These materials can help you and your manager assess your areas of strength and help you explore other areas of growth based on your and your organization's interest and needs.
For information on CDMP exams and how to register for exams, please visit SF-DAMA’s CDMP page.
Click here for more information or to register for DAMA Day 2010. Receive a discount if you register by Friday, November 26, 2010.
We look forwarding to seeing you in San Francisco!
December 8–9, 2010
San Francisco State University Downtown Campus 835 Market Street Room 673 & 674 San Francisco, CA 94103