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Tuesday, September 13, 2005

The vendors are busy

From TUSC:

Oracle OpenWorld 2005
Sept. 18-22 at Moscone Center, San Francisco
The initial agenda has been announced and TUSC will be playing another significant role at Oracle OpenWorld 2005.

Oracle OpenWorld is the premier Oracle event for business decision makers, information technology management and line of business end users. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to gain insights from Oracle management, product development experts and "The Oracle Experts" from TUSC.

In addition to the three presentations and weekend workshop that TUSC will be delivering throughout the week, we'll also have a presence in the exhibit hall (booth No. 2002), where you'll have an opportunity to discuss your business needs with one of our solutions sales executives. Be sure to register for our drawings, where you'll have a chance to win some great prizes!


TUSC PRESENTATIONS

Saturday, Sept. 17

Title: "X-Treme Weekend Workshop: Getting on the Grid -- Oracle Real Application Clusters/Automatic Storage Management/Grid Control"
Speaker: Richard J. Niemiec, chief executive officer
Track: WKND Grid
Topic Area: High Availability, Linux
Time: 1:30-10 p.m.
Room: LAB 2009/2011
This working-intense freestyle workshop without predefined agenda lasts the entire weekend and will offer you THE opportunity to test Oracle RAC, ASM and Grid Control focusing on your specific interests and needs. RAC development and RAC gurus, as well as technical experts from our sponsors, will assist you. A complete hardware infrastructure will be available for your personal use. Check it out!

Sunday, Sept. 18

Title: "X-Treme Weekend Workshop: Getting on the Grid -- Oracle Real Application Clusters/Automatic Storage Management/Grid Control"
Speaker: Richard J. Niemiec, chief executive officer
Track: WKND Grid
Topic Area: High Availability, Linux
Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Room: LAB 2009/2011
This working-intense freestyle workshop without predefined agenda lasts the entire weekend and will offer you THE opportunity to test Oracle RAC, ASM and Grid Control focusing on your specific interests and needs. RAC development and RAC gurus, as well as technical experts from our sponsors, will assist you. A complete hardware infrastructure will be available for your personal use. Check it out!

Monday, Sept. 19

Title: "Tuning Oracle at the Block Level: Beginners, Go Away!"
Speaker: Richard J. Niemiec, chief executive officer
Track: Oracle Database 10g
Topic Area: Manageability, Performance and Scalability
Time: 11 a.m.-noon
Room: Salon 7-Marriott
If this talk doesn't kill Rich, nothing will. This is a look at Oracle moving at the block level. Rich will examine how blocks move from disk to memory, how they become Current blocks, how they become Consistent Read (CR) versions and other interesting tidbits of information that can only keep you from achieving the business goals of the company. OK, it's because you want to know why. In addition, Rich will look at some of the cool x$ tables out there that you should stay away from, including many that begin with x$ksm (like x$ksmsp -- kernal storage memory SGA heap). He'll also look at why the move toward 64-bit technology, memory resident databases and RAC/Grid makes this even more important to understand.
Title: "New Oracle9i and Oracle Database 10g Features for Developers"
Speaker: Anthony Catalano, vice president -- operations
Track: Oracle Database 10g
Topic Area: Application Development
Time: 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Room: Salon 7-Marriott
As new database versions roll out, so do some exciting new features. This presentation discusses the new Oracle 10g and Oracle9i features that enhance the developer's ability to create mission-critical applications. You'll see how they add reliability, stability, speed and flexibility to any application. Some of the topics covered are native compilation of PL/SQL code, native dynamic SQL, bulk binds with collections, merge statement, flashback and several new packages and functions. Participants gain an understanding of the features, learn when to use them and see the design considerations associated with each.


Tuesday, Sept. 20

Title: "Building a Real-World Application with Oracle HTML DB"
Speaker: Bradley D. Brown, chairman and chief architect
Track: Oracle Application Server
Topic Area: Application Development; Integration and Web Services
Time: 11 a.m.-noon
Room: Salon 7-Marriott
With most any technical presentation you've ever attended, you're likely always thinking about how to relate your environment to what the speaker is discussing and build a real-world application using the tool. This presentation covers a specific business problem that was solved using HTML DB: getting people to RSVP to monthly events without having to call them. Sounds simple enough, but you'll see how far this application was taken to solve an actual problem. Brad discusses the functional requirements, how the application was extended, the net results and cost savings. He'll also include an online demonstration of the application and how to change it.


From NEOS:

September 20, 2005 - NEOS "Use the Move" Suite at Oracle OpenWorld

NEOS will be offering a hospitality suite for registered guests Tuesday, September 20th, starting at 6:00 PM in the Willow Room at the Marriott San Francisco Downtown. Mix and mingle with NEOS executives and members of Oracle product development to discuss the best ways to "use the move" of tactical Oracle forms conversions to J2EE and how best to leverage the power of J2EE and Oracle together in migrating from any platform.


From Intel:

Schedule of Events


Keynote Address


Keynote from Paul Otellini
Monday, Sept. 19, 9:45 – 10:30 am

The relentless advancement of Moore's Law has enabled a resurgence of growth in the IT industry. Paul S. Otellini, Intel Corporation's President and Chief Executive Officer, will discuss the latest Intel platform innovations that will fuel the next phase of growth in the Digital Enterprise. Learn about emerging industry inflection points such as the shift to multi-core processors and wireless technologies such as WiMAX and RFID, and new usage models such as Embedded IT. Learn how the collaboration between Oracle, Intel and the extended developer ecosystem is key to bringing these innovative solutions to market.




Technical Sessions


RFID: Information Matters — Speakers: Tom Gibbs, Intel and Allyson Fryhoff, Oracle
Monday, Sept. 19, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Moscone West, Room 2014

How do you get value from the sensor information you collect today? Where do you need to integrate RFID into your current business process? How can RFID/EPC make a difference to your bottom line? What product and asset information do you need to share? Come learn how companies are moving toward service-oriented enterprises by deploying cost effective RFID and sensor-based solutions on Oracle and Intel platforms.


Intel® Software Network — Speaker: David Stewart
"Demystifying the Enterprise Choices for your Oracle-based Applications on Intel Platforms"
Monday, Sept. 19, 6:00 – 6:45 pm
Marriott Hotel, Yerba Buena Ballroom, Salon 7

Discover the strengths of the Intel® enterprise platforms for Oracle applications and what to expect when scaling your grid solution. Learn how your company can start the process for migration to 64-bit memory addressing while migrating later to full 64-bit processing capability. OTN and Intel® Software Network programs will be discussed which provide the resources your company needs for success!

Be sure to check out the Oracle Technical Networking Event! (see below)


Healthcare — Speakers: Ivan Harrow, Intel and Neil Cowles, Oracle
"Intel's Vision of the Integrated Digital Hospital"
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Moscone West, Room 2014

This session will present Intel's vision of the Integrated Digital Hospital and discuss a 4-stage approach to successfully achieve it. These four stages incorporate a transition from a basic wired infrastructure and traditional paper records, to business process automation and the provision of secure access to clinical information. This is further developed to deliver mobile point of care using wireless computing platforms and utilizing innovative technologies such as VOIP and RFID. Finally, the vision is realized with the delivery of a complete Service Oriented Enterprise with complete system integration, powered by Intel® Itanium® 2 and Intel® Xeon™ processors, increasing patient safety and satisfaction, while reducing costs. Real-world examples demonstrating measurable ROI will be explored, along with examples of how Oracle technology solutions can be central to this process.


Manufacturing — Speakers: Joel Hoffman, Intel and Joao Calmon, Oracle
"Transformational Opportunities with Intel and Oracle's Mobility-Based Solutions"
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Moscone West, Room 2014

To remain competitive in today's changing and increasingly global environment, the leaders in manufacturing are able to respond rapidly to customers across all phases of the product life-cycle. From the order pad, to the factory floor worker, or to a remote field repair and maintenance team, mobilized solutions are helping organizations extend the capabilities of every user. Real-time information at the "point of work" provides better service for the customer and drives down the cost of inefficient, manual processes. Intel and Oracle are working with leading firms to develop cutting edge mobility solutions for manufacturing, distributions and service firms. In this session, you will hear best practices and case studies on how leading firms are deploying wireless solutions that combine mobility, RFID, and mobilized software in manufacturing, service and distribution applications to improve productivity efficiency and attract and retain customers to grow their business.


And, of course, Siebel:

Town Hall Meeting at Oracle OpenWorld
Join us on September 19, 2005 at 3:00pm - 4:00pm (PST) at Oracle OpenWorld for a session with Charles Phillips, President of Oracle, and executives from Siebel, as they outline the benefits of the proposed transaction. If you are not attending OpenWorld, a replay of the session will be available on this site after the event.

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