Sangam10:: Registration opens – early bird discounts



We are excited to host our second annual users conference in  India.  Many of you who attended the event in Bangalore during 2009 should have noticed how much a user group can provide in the form of information sharing and knowledge transfer.  This years conference is also on the similar lines.. we have a great list of technical sessions to be delivered by a great list of experts from around the world.  Jonathan Lewis will be primary presenter and will deliver two half day sessions on ‘Writing Optimal SQL’.  Apart from Jonathan we have other speakers including Mark Rittman, Vivek Sharma, and many others to deliver two half days of break out sessions.

Registration is now open and the early bird rates are on…

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About Murali Vallath
Murali Vallath has over 20 years of experience designing and developing databases. He provides independent Oracle consulting services focusing on designing and performance tuning of Oracle databases through Summersky Enterprises ( Vallath has successfully completed over 100 successful small, medium and terabyte sized RAC implementations (Oracle 9i, Oracle 10g & Oracle 11gR2 ) for reputed corporate firms. Vallath is a regular speaker at industry conferences and user groups, including the Oracle Open World, UKOUG and IOUG on RAC and Oracle RDBMS performance tuning topics. Vallath's Publications: Author: 1. ‘Oracle Real Application Clusters’ Publisher: Digital Press 2. ‘Oracle 10g RAC, Grid, Services & Clustering’ Publisher: Digital Press. Co-Author 3. 'Automatic Storage Management Publisher: Oracle Press'

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