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Ask the Expert Tweet Chat: Oracle on VMAX

Description

Join our experts as they discuss why VMAX is the best choice for Oracle environments.

Background:

DBAs and Storage Administrators know that the right platform is key to support their Oracle environments.  That's why overwhelmingly they're choosing VMAX, the industry's leading Tier 1 storage system providing the highest levels of consolidation, performance, and scalability, to meet today's most demanding database performance challenges.

 

Your hosts:

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David Atkins: @dlatkins is a Principal Solutions Consultant in the EMC’s Solutions Group (ESG) that provides Oracle solutions marketing support to create messaging and collateral for the EMC Sales, Pre-sales and customer to promote the enabling EMC technologies for the implementation and deployment of EMC products and solutions in an Oracle environment.

 

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Jeff Esposito:@virtualxdata is a long time DBA, Sys Admin, and Application Developer, Jeff is a Principal Engineer at EMC, holds patents in Database Technologies, has presented, taught, and developed courses on EMC database performance monitoring, network, and virtualization products and services,  holds EMC Proven Professional certification in Cloud and BRS, and is a Phd candidate at NorthEastern University.

 

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Hal Mondrow: @ShadesMondrow is 14 + Years veteran  with EMC, as an SE, SE Manager, AATC, and Sr. Program Director for the ESD Global Database Technology Team (GDBT).He has over 40 years IT experience and is not done yet by a long shot!

 

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Sam Lucido:has over 15 years experience with Oracle database (7.x – 11gR2) and the E-Business suite (10.6 – 12). Nine of those years were spent working in Oracle Consulting based out of Chicago for a group called the “Performance Architecture” group. As part of the group Mr. Sam Lucido was a leader in advanced architectures for the E-business suite including n-Tier configurations, Real Application Clusters, Advanced Supply Chain Planning (ASCP) and other technologies

When and Where

  • Start Time:

    5/8/13 1:00 PM PDT (America/Los_Angeles)
  • End Time:

    5/8/13 2:00 PM PDT (America/Los_Angeles)
  • Location:

    Twitter #EMCATE

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    Open

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