Tuesday, August 9, 2011

2011 IOUG/Oracle Real World Performance Tour in Toronto – Not Your Regular Seminar

There are some training events people should make every effort to attend because they are valuable and unique. This upcoming Toronto seminar is one of those occasions where you need to find some time. I hope many of you can join me at the upcoming IOUG Real World Performance Tour as it arrives in Toronto on September 9th, 2011.

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Tickets are on sale now for 2011 the Toronto stop of the Oracle Real World Performance Tour – featuring Tom Kyte, author of the famed AskTom blog; Andrew Holdsworth, head of Oracle's Real World Performance Team; and Graham Wood, legendary Oracle Database performance architect.

Buy Tickets:

Friday, Sept 9 - Toronto

Radisson Toronto East

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Sound like an ordinary workshop? Think again.

This interactive performance engineering event features the rivaling perspectives of three Oracle rock stars and dueling screen projector presentations for a fun and different educational experience. Get a sneak peek by checking out the video from the first leg of the tour.

Past participants have praised the Real World Performance Tour for:

“Insight into how we handle different systems” Arizona fan review

“Got some ideas how to improve performance even without upgrading to 11 g” L.A. fan review

“Tuning nowadays vs. two versions ago; very reasonable price” L.A. fan review

Oracle Real World Performance Tour

Jam Sessions | 9 – 5 p.m. | $175 IOUG Members | $225 Non-Members

Discounted rates for COLLABORATE 11 attendees
All IOUG COLLABORATE 11 attendee will receive discounted access to these world-class experts - enter the code you received via separate email to get the special rate of $150 USD!

Discounted Group registration for 3+ Attendees
Register at least 3 days prior to the event (no onsite bookings)
www.ioug.org/rocks

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2 comments:

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