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01 Dec 2010
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Webcast: Eliminating Silent Data Corruption in Linux [23720]
Thursday, Dec. 16 at 9am US PT

Silent data corruption can be significantly detrimental and costly to a business. Oracle's Martin Petersen, lead Linux Kernel developer for data integrity, has worked with the mainline kernel community to incorporate a data integrity specification into the Linux kernel that eliminates silent data corruption in Linux. This contribution enables comprehensive data integrity capabilities across the entire apps to disk stack, allowing customers to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.

Join Martin and Sergio Leunissen (Sr. Director, Linux Engineering, Oracle) for a webcast on Thursday, Dec. 16 at 9am US PT as they discuss how Oracle Linux with its new Unbreakable Linux Kernel helps eliminate silent data corruption by reducing the potential for incorrect data to be written to the disk, decreasing application and database errors and system downtime.
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23 Nov 2010
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Improve Security and Accessibility for Healthcare with the Eco-Efficient Sun Ray 3 Series Clients [23696]
Webcast Event Date: 12/09/2010 09:00 AM Pacific Standard Time

Traditional desktop computers create a number of issues for healthcare IT organizations. Standard PCs need to be replaced every few years, consume a lot of power, have fans and other moving parts that create noise and attract dust, and have local operating systems that need to be updated and managed. Additionally, laptop computers are frequent targets for theft and can contain large amounts of sensitive information. A well designed thin client can solve all of these problems and is an ideal client device for healthcare.

In this session, learn how the new Sun Ray 3 Series Clients can make accessing healthcare applications and data more secure, enable easy roaming access using a smart card, allow for long refresh cycles, and reduce power consumption in healthcare organizations.
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16 Nov 2010
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Oracle Solaris 11 Express: The Future of Solaris Now [23684]
Dec. 7th Webcast

Join this Webcast as Markus Weber, Oracle Solaris Product Marketing Director, and Glynn Foster, Principal Product Manager for Solaris, detail the exciting new features and capabilities in Oracle Solaris 11 Express. You can deploy this release now and use it to prepare your environments for Oracle Solaris 11.

Throughout the Webcast, youíll have the opportunity to participate in a live chat with Oracle Solaris experts to get your questions answered about the new Oracle Solaris 11 Express operating system. Youíll learn about advances in installation, manageability, virtualization, networking, and storage.

Oracle Solaris 11 Express is available now for download.
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01 Sep 2010
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Enterprise Java Cloud Strategies Virtual Conference [23448]
Scheduled for Sept. 9

Oracle's Enterprise Java Cloud Strategies Virtual Conference will take place on September 9. This interactive virtual conference will consider the latest features and best practices for using Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g, with a special focus on how to take advantage of cloud computing architectures.
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10 Aug 2010
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Live Oracle Virtualization Online Forum [23387]
Register Now for the August 19 Event

Oracle's Chief Corporate Architect Edward Screven and System Executive Vice President John Fowler will explain how Oracle's virtualization delivers more value than VMware in a live online forum scheduled for Aug. 19. The event will begin at 9 a.m. PST/12 noon EST/16:00 GMT and promises to offer live chat time with Oracle experts for attendees' toughest virtualization questions. Registration is going on now.
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02 Aug 2010
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The Unconference at JavaOne and Oracle Develop 2010 [23355]
Some Topics Posted; Suggest One of Your Own

Unconference sessions are currently being scheduled during the JavaOne and Oracle Develop 2010 event. For anyone unfamiliar with the unconference concept, it is a venue allowing individuals to present their own session/workshop on a topic in an informal, interactive setting. The Oracle Wikis Website has a list of current sessions expected to be presented at this year's unconference, and individuals interested in hosting their own are welcome to log-in and share a description of their sessions or propose a session to see if participants are interested.
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