A Day of Real World Performance
    with Tom Kyte, Andrew Holdsworth and Graham Wood
    April 22, 2011, 9am - 5pm
    W Atlanta Midtown Hotel, Atlanta, GA

     

    Coming to your town soon is a day of real world database performance with Tom Kyte, author of the ever popular AskTom Blog, Andrew Holdsworth, head of Oracle’s Real World Performance Team, and Graham Wood, renowned Oracle Database performance architect. These experts will debate, discuss and delineate the best practices for designing hardware architectures, deploying Oracle databases, and developing applications that deliver the fastest possible performance for your business. During open Q&A you’ll get your most pressing performance questions answered, and hear how IOUG members and Oracle customers leverage Tom, Andrew and Graham’s best practice guidelines. You can’t miss this one-time-only opportunity to learn more about database performance from the experts who literally wrote the book – register today!


    PRICING: Registration includes breaks, lunch, and eight hours of priceless training!

    • IOUG Members - (Free Associate members are not eligible for the member discount)
      • Register March 19-April 15 - Regular Rate $175 USD
    • Non-Members - (includes a one year online membership)
      • Register March 19-April 15 - Regular Rate $225 USD

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