The complete guide for OpenWorld provides a comprehensive day-by-day list of all the most important sessions and hands-on labs for Oracle’s data warehouse and big technologies: Oracle Database 12c Release 2, Oracle Cloud, engineered systems, partitioning, parallel execution, Oracle Optimizer, analytic SQL, analytic views, in-memory, spatial, graph, data mining, multitenant, Big Data SQL, NoSQL Database and industry data models.
The complete guide covers the following areas:
- Key highlights from last year’s conference
- List of Data Warehouse and Big Data presenters
- Day-by-Day schedule for must-see sessions and labs
- Details of this year’s Appreciation Event
- Links to DW and Big Data product web pages, blogs, social media sites
- Information about our #oow16 smartphone app
- Maps to help you find your way around Moscone
The Complete Guide to Data Warehousing and Big Data at OpenWorld is available in both Apple iBooks and PDF formats. The PDF format will work on any smartphone, tablet and/or computer. The iBooks format will open on iPads, iPhones and Mac computers via the relevant iBooks App. Please refer to the Apple Apps Store for more information.
PDF version can be downloaded by clicking here
Apple iBooks version can be downloaded by clicking here
View original article by clicking here
Oracle Corp filed a multi-billion-dollar copyright lawsuit against Google because Oracle failed in its own efforts to enter the smartphone market, a Google attorney said in closing arguments on Monday.
In a retrial in federal court in San Francisco, Oracle Corp has claimed Google’s Android smartphone operating system violated its copyright on parts of Java, a development platform. Alphabet Inc’s Google unit said it should be able to use Java without paying a fee under the fair-use provision of copyright law.
Oracle CloudWorld, the company introduced Oracle Cloud at Customer in India, a new suite of offerings that remove some of the biggest challenges organizations face when transitioning to the cloud. Oracle Cloud at Customer provides Chief Information Officers (CIOs) with new choices in where they deploy their enterprise software and a natural path to easily move business critical applications from on-premise to the cloud.
“While organizations in India are eager to move their enterprise workloads to the public cloud, many have been constrained by business, legislative and regulatory requirements,” Shawn Price, Oracle’s senior vice president of cloud, said in a statement.