Is there an Oracle virtualization project in your future? Cisco, Intel, and House of Brick Technologies bring you an opportunity to attend an Oracle virtualization “bootcamp masters class.” Developed after years of hands-on, real-world Oracle virtualization projects, this bootcamp distills implementation and execution experience into a half-day session that will help you plan and implement your own Oracle virtualization program.

This is an intense and fast-moving session where we’ll give you our all and hold nothing back. Your attendance at the bootcamp will help in your identification and avoidance of common pitfalls encountered during the virtualization process of Oracle and other enterprise-class workloads.

One lucky attendee will win an Intel-based Core i7 Ultrabook, which will be given away at the end of the session. Must be present to win.

This session is open to any Oracle user; you do not have to be an Oracle OpenWorld attendee to participate. A continental breakfast will be served starting at 9:15 a.m., lunch will also be provided.

In this Oracle Virtualization Bootcamp we will cover:

  • Virtualization trends
  • Critical Oracle virtualization techniques
  • Workload selection
  • RAC virtualization best practices
  • Establishing performance baselines
  • Project management
  • Decision points for which storage automation options to leverage
  • Networking configuration
  • Discussion of Oracle licensing and support
  • Business continuity for maintenance and backup
  • Best practices for RISC UNIX replatforming
  • Assuring cultural adoption
  • End user success criteria and validation


SEPTEMBER 22, 2013
10 A.M.–4 P.M. PT

Breakfast at 9:15 a.m.

Courtyard by Marriott Downtown San Francisco Hotel
(Two blocks from Moscone)
299 2nd Street
Rincon Hall
San Francisco, CA 94105

John McAbel
Senior Product Manager, Cisco

Dave Welch
CTO and Chief Evangelist, House of Brick

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