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  • All India Oracle Users Group presents its annual conference ‘Sangam 2010’ in Hyderabad

    Published on August 7, 2010

    After the success of Sangam 2009, the All India Oracle Users Group (AIOUG) presents Sangam 2010– a two-day Oracle user conference in Hyderabad, 3rd to 4th September 2010.

    As part of its charter to encourage Oracle technologists in India to exchange, experience and discuss advancements and innovations on various Oracle technologies, Sangam 2010 will host multiple sessions by international and Indian experts. Key speaker highlights include:

    Roland Slee, Vice President, Database Product Management, Oracle Asia Pacific & Japan will describe how Oracle is leveraging its expanded product portfolio, including the acquired Sun assets, to progress its long-standing vision of enhanced information management and a simplified, standardised IT infrastructure

    Jonathan Lewis, renowned expert on Oracle Database and an independent consultant from the UK, who has worked on the technology for more than 23 years, will discuss various aspects of Oracle Database Engine.

    Murali Vallath, President, AIOUG and an Oracle ACE Director specialises in areas of capacity planning, high availability solutions and performance tuning of Oracle. He has successfully completed over 100 (Oracle 9iR2, 10gR2 and 11gR2) successful small, medium and terabyte sized RAC implementations for reputed corporate firms across the globe.

    The event is expected to host IT professionals and Oracle enthusiasts from India’s leading SI companies (Infosys, Wipro, Patni, GE, TCS etc.), independent software solutions companies  as well as Oracle certified professionals (those directly involved in developing business applications based on the world’s and India’s #1 database provider, Oracle Database) from other industries. In India alone, there are more than 500,000 developers working on various Oracle technologies.

    AIOUG provides Oracle technology and database professionals the opportunity to enhance their productivity and influence the quality, usability, and support of Oracle technology. The group is composed of Oracle professionals across business users, IT professionals (several from leading SI and ISV companies) and developers committed to helping fellow IT professionals develop Oracle-based solutions to address their business challenges.

    “AIOUG has been in existence for more than three years and in this period, we have seen tremendous activity among this community with all the new developments and new technologies that Oracle offers,” said Murali Vallath, President, AIOUG. “This year we initiated a new webcasts programme that aims to enhance skill sets and also provide members and non-members with access to sessions by world-class speakers on various technology platforms and developments.”