Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Grid Control Sessions in DBA Round Tables by Oracle OTN

Fellow DBAs,
The Oracle Developer Program team (which is the same as the Oracle Technical Network ie. OTN) is holding an Oracle DBA Round Table in Kuala Lumpur on 25th November and in Singapore on 27 November. Oracle DBA Round Table is a half-day session and the purpose of the round table is to create a sense of community, share experiences and provide DBAs with the opportunity to network with Oracle experts, Oracle ACE/ACE Directors and other DBAs.
As the only Oracle ACE Director in this region, I will be conducting a session at both events on "Patching Databases with Grid Control". The scheduled agenda is as follows:

Kuala Lumpur, 25 November

TimeActivitySpeaker
10.00a.m.IntroductionBlair Layton
10.15a.m.Flashback Data ArchiveRajender Singh, Oracle ACE
11.15a.m.Backup and Recovery with Oracle Database
12.15p.m.Lunch
1.00p.m.Patching Oracle Databases via Grid ControlPorus Homi Havewala, Oracle ACE Director, S&I Systems Pte Ltd
2.00p.m.Customer Presentation
3.00p.m.Break & General DiscussionBlair Layton
4.00p.m.Closing RemarkBlair Layton


Singapore, 27 November

TimeActivitySpeaker
10.00a.m.IntroductionBlair Layton
10.15a.m.Creating an Ideal Database InfrastructureRavishankar Buddha
11.15a.m.Backup and Recovery with Oracle Database
12.15p.m.Lunch
1.00p.m.Patching Oracle Databases via Grid ControlPorus Homi Havewala, Oracle ACE Director, S&I Systems Pte Ltd
2.00p.m.Customer Presentation - Olam 11g Reference
3.00p.m.Break & General DiscussionBlair Layton
4.00p.m.Closing RemarkBlair Layton

The events will be held in the Oracle offices:

Oracle KL address:
Langkawi Room
Level 38 Menara Citibank, 165 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Oracle Singapore address:
Hong Kong Room
6 Temasek Boulevard #18-01 Suntec Tower 4 Singapore 038986

Please let me know if any of you will be attending the round tables in either Kuala Lumpur or Singapore, and I will let Oracle know. You can write to oracleacedirector@si-asia.com , thanks.

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