February 15th, 2011 by Stewart Bryson
I’m currently on a plane headed to Denver for the annual RMOUG Training Days conference. This is my second year speaking at RMOUG, which is the largest regional Oracle user group conference in the country (or so they tell me). RMOUG always has a strong database and DBA slant to it, so I try to put forward sessions that lean in that direction. Kicking of Wednesday at 9:00 AM in room 4a, I’m participating in a BI and EPM panel moderated by Shyam Varan Nath. This discussion will be interactive with a focus on answering questions from the audience, and discussing BI trends, methodologies, etc.
On Thursday, I’ll be giving three technical presentations, each with a strong database and data warehousing focus:
Thursday, 9:00 AM, 402/403: Resuming, Restarting, Restoring: Three R’s of Data Warehouse Fault Tolerance
Thursday, 1:30 PM, 404: Real-Time Data Warehousing with Oracle Business Intelligence 11g and the Oracle Database
Thursday, 2:45 PM, 406: Deploying a Dimensional Model on the Oracle Database
If you are planning on attending RMOUG, let me know in the comments of this post, or drop by one of my sessions and introduce yourself afterwards. We should have some very nice weather in Denver, so I’m planning on getting out and seeing a bit of the city.