EMC Database Days 2014, January 28th and 29th at EBC Santa Clara, CA.
EMC, the world’s leading infrastructure provider for database environments, invites you to a day dedicated to discussing best practices, leading trends, and future developments around performance, efficiency, data resiliency, protection, cloud, converged infrastructure and virtualization.
Hear from and talk with EMC executives, subject matter experts, customer references, and technology integrators. Choose your content to personalize your time and get the most from your visit.
IT/Infrastructure Managers, Database/Server/Storage Administrators
On the registration page, you have an option to choose your categories from these four groups:
|•||Avoiding Disaster: The BEST Form of Availability|
|•||Maximize Performance with Solid State Technology|
|•||The Multi-Terabyte Database Backup Challenge|
|•||Eliminating Silos with the Converged Infrastructure|
Agree with Jeff - this is great news! How did you go about putting this together? After the event next week, I'd love to talk with you on what you did and how you felt everything went. Definitely want to have many "Database Days" at EMC throughout 2014!
To be 100% honest, it was not my idea, it is something that my Manager (Pat Wimberly) has done in the past. I think this is the 3rd overall DBDays and my 2nd in participation.
Last year we didn't have a lot of attendees but the sessions were very well received, this year we took more time to promote it with the local SEs and Reps and we got tremendous response to the point that we think we are Saturating the EBC in Santa Clara.
Yes, lets chat after the event as we thing there are a lot of things we can reproduce somewhere else.
FYI. I had run DBDays at customers' sites highly tailored to them (Sam presented in my last one) and we come always go back home with a big Win!
This is going to be a great event as we have many VMware experts and EMC experts presenting to customers. As you can see we have a great range of topics that apply to Oracle and other databases.