Where I can keep track of the special events (note: these are not “parties” as so many people are misled to believe – you should expect to be contacted by sales and account professionals at each event) at OOW. To attend one of these events:
- You’re registered as an OpenWorld Attendee.
- You’re either a prospect, customer, or goodwill contact for the host. That means you actually contact the host and ask to attend before OOW.
- You visit the host’s booth at OpenWorld in order to pick up whatever is required for entry and get to know what the host actually does.
- Do not just show up at the event and attempt to “crash” it – just spend your time at a regular OOW reception the same evening and you’ll still get plenty of party time.
- OTN Kickoff Event, Sun 1-5p, Moscone South Upper Lobby
- OOW Cloud Welcome Event, Sun 7-9p, Yerba Buena Gardens
- YesSQL Celebration, Mon 4-5:30p, Park Central Hotel, Metropolitan III
- InterRel CA, Mon 6:30-10:30p, Mission Bowling Club
- DSI Eng/Constr CA, Mon 6-9p, Hotel Vitale
- Oracle WebCenter & BPM CA, Mon 6:30-8:30p, Mezzanine
- Oracle Commerce CA, Mon 6:30-8:30p, Waterbar Restaurant
- Oracle Consulting CA, Mon 7-9p, LuLu Restaurant
- Red Hat CA, Tue 6-9p, Aquarium of the Bay
- Excel4Apps CA, Tue 6-8p, FANG Restaurant
- OAUG Anniversary Party, Tue 6:30-9:30p, IBM’s Bluemix Garage (inside Galvanize SOMA)
- CSS + DSI CA, Tue 7:30-11:30p, Slim’s Presents (Conference Room Pilots)
- Oracle OTN Bloggers Meetup, Wed 5:30-7p, Jillians
- OOW Appreciation Event, Wed 6:30-12:00a, Treasure Island (Elton John & Beck)
Visit all those vendors and make them feel welcomed this year!
Also here’s a guide to noshing at the nearby Ferry Building (end of Market St, at the waterfront):
|Oracle OpenWorld Fun Community Events
There are 3 community events at OOW this year,
And OakTable World is back once again, at the Creativity Museum (this year, no pre-registration required).
Agenda for Oaktable World 2015, located at Creativity Museum, is
|time||Monday Oct 26||Tuesday Oct 27|
|8||8:30 – Welcome with Mogens||Toon Koppelaars – hash joins and Bloom filters|
|9||Mark W. Farnham – Minimizing the concurrency footprint of transactions with Logical Units of Work stored in PL/SQL||Kyle Hailey – Virtual Data|
Kerry Osborne – SQL Translation Framework
|Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman, AWR Warehouse Trending and Analysis with OBIEE|
|11||Greg Rahn – Taming JSON with SQL: From Raw to Results||
Marco Gralike – Improving XML performance with the 12c In-Memory Column Store
|12||ted talks||ted talks|
Dan Norris – Exadata Database Machine Security
Cary Millsap – Performance
|2||John Beresniwicz – AWR Ambiguity: What do do when the numbers don’t add up?||
Gwen Shapira – Real-time data integration
|3||Kevin Closson – Modern Platform Topics for Modern DBAs||
Alex Gorbachev – Big Data
|4||Tanel Poder – Connecting Oracle with Hadoop||Chris Antognini – Adaptive Dynamic Sampling|
Ted Talks between noon and 1pm
|Eric Grancher – graphing outliers||Jonah H. Harris – Manipulating the Oracle Call Interface|
Greg Rahn- What Cloud Can Offer For A DBMS
|Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman – TBD|
Jonathan Lewis – indexes, column groups and 12c
Jonathan Lewis Virtual columns