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Updated: 6 days 17 hours ago

My OOW Session: IT Analytics for DBAs and Middleware Administrators

Wed, 2015-10-21 07:00
I have been presenting at Oracle Open World for past 15 years. I will be speaking at Oracle Open World 2015 again. My session is on a completely different topic and I will be showcasing an exciting new Cloud Service.  If you are a DBA or WebLogic Administrator and you are attending Oracle Open World 2015, you probably do not want to miss this exciting session!
You can use this following link to register to my session.
Oracle ITAnalytics Cloud Service: Operational Insight for Your Database and MiddlewareEstate [CON9752]
Tuesday, Oct 27, 5:15 p.m. | Moscone South—300
DBAs and middleware administrators need tools that go beyond monitoring to analyze their application infrastructure and get insight on resource capacity and performance bottlenecks to improve application performance and availability. Come to this session to learn about Oracle IT Analytics Cloud Service, the next-generation management cloud service built on a unified data platform and designed to help DBAs and middleware administrators plan for capacity based on real workloads and identify and remediate common problems across their database and application servers.

Oracle Management Cloud Launch Event

Mon, 2015-10-19 09:33
Wow… I have not blogged for a while. I joined back Oracle last year to work on an exciting new product named OracleManagement Cloud.  Oracle Management Cloud will be unveiled during Oracle World 2015.  If you are attending Oracle Open World 2015, don’t miss the opportunity to attend the exciting launch event on October 27, 2015 (Tuesday) 11am, presented by our SVP, Prakash Ramamurthy.
GEN9778 - Oracle Management Cloud: Real-Time Monitoring, Log, & IT Operations Analytics
Tuesday, October 27 at 11AM in Moscone South Room 102

Hereyou can find more about the launch event and Oracle Management Cloud.

Register for this event here