COLLABORATE 10 - IOUG ForumApril 18-22, 2010
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
Make plans to join the Linux Special Interest Group and the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) in Las Vegas, April 18-22, 2010, at COLLABORATE 10 - IOUG Forum. Registering with the IOUG will give you access to sessions that feature essential Oracle technology education across eight tracks including: Application Strategy and Services, Infrastructure Technologies, BI/Data Warehousing/EPM, Database, Development, Governance Risk and Compliance, Master Data Management/Application Integration and Professional Development.
Here are 5 reasons why you can't afford to miss COLLABORATE 10 - IOUG Forum:
· Education Sessions
· Keynote Presentations
o Oracle executives present on upcoming Oracle releases and products.
· Exhibitor Showcase
o More than 250 solution providers will be present in the Exhibitor Showcase to answer your business questions/challenges.
· Networking Opportunities
o You will have the chance to network with more than 5,000 Oracle professionals like you at receptions, educational sessions and in the Exhibitor Showcase.
If you are an Oracle technology professional, be sure to register through the IOUG to access IOUG's exclusive offerings, including the chance to have your name entered into a drawing for an iPod Touch. Register by March 18 to save $400 off the onsite rate! When you register, please choose priority code LISIG during the demographic section (step 4) of the registration process.
Oracle Enterprise Linux Links
This SIG is dedicated to Oracle software running on all flavors of Linux, but on October 29, Elena Zannoni from Oracle did a webinar outlining some information on Oracle's release schedules and testing. As part of that presentation, Elena listed several URL's with further information.
Open source software is now part of doing business for a majority of Oracle enterprise database sites. A new survey out of the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) finds that 60 percent of database sites now use open source operating systems in their operations. Another 56 percent are running an open source application server or framework, and 37 percent are also running at least one of the major brands of open source databases along with their Oracle implementation. Source: Open Source in the Stack: IOUG 2006 Survey on Open Source Trends
The Linux SIG is dedicated to both facilitating and promoting the use of the Oracle database and other Oracle technology on the Linux platform. The Linux SIG provides a forum of open discussion and education of Oracle related issues associated with using Linux in conjunction with an Oracle database. We recognize that using Linux in conjunction with Oracle provides additional and different challenges to the administration of an Oracle database.
The Linux SIG provides a mechanism for sharing our collective expertise in the implementation of Or