2015 Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS Technical Forums
Save the dates! Oracle are happy to announce that the dates and locations for this year’s Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS Technical Forums have been set. This year the Forums are being held in cooperation with HP, VSI, Intel, Connect, the local HP User Group organizations and our Oracle partners. The Forum agendas will include presentations from all of these companies and groups.
The dates and locations are:
October 1-2, Burlington, MA, USA
October 5-6, Redwood Shores, CA, USA
October 12-13, Utrecht, Netherlands
October 15-16, Kista, Sweden
October 19-20, Vienna, Austria
October 22-23, London, UK
October 26-27, Paris, France
December 1-2, North Ryde, Australia
All of the Forums will be held at the Oracle offices at the above locations with the exception of Vienna which will be held at the HP office. Registration is not yet open and the agendas are not yet finalized, but we are sending this announcement now so that you can save the dates and begin making plans for your travel. Once registration is open and the agendas are finalized, we will be sending follow-up mails and the agendas will be posted online on the Oracle registration page
The Burlington Forum will be held just following this year’s Connect OpenVMS Boot Camp in Nashua, NH. The Forum will be held in Burlington, MA instead of Nashua, NH because we have larger conference facilities there. The drive from Nashua to Burlington is about 30-45 minutes depending on traffic.
Attendance will be opened to those who cannot join us in person. Remote attendees will be sent the information needed to join us in a live online Forum web conference for the Forums for which they registered prior to the start of the event. To receive this information, remote attendees must send an email to InfoRdb_US@oracle.com after they have registered indicating that they will be attending remotely.
These Forums are offered at no charge and present a series of sessions conducted by acknowledged technical specialists from our Oracle development staff, HP, VSI, Intel and the Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS community at large. They should be considered a requirement for anyone wishing to remain up-to-date with all the latest enhancements and optimizations in these product families.