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Oracle Data Management Summit

Manage and Protect Your Most Valuable Asset To remain competitive, your business relies on the most up-to-date information-- but skyrocketing data volumes have led to complex IT infrastructures, increased costs, and slow response times. Stay ahead of the curve

5/15/2014
When: Thursday, May 15, 2014
8am - 12:30pm
Where: Oracle Office - Tech Center
7700 Technology Way
Denver, Colorado  80237
United States
Contact: Bob McNeil
415-265-7434

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Manage and Protect Your Most Valuable Asset

To remain competitive, your business relies on the most up-to-date information-- but skyrocketing data volumes have led to complex IT infrastructures, increased costs, and slow response times. Stay ahead of the curve: develop a killer data management strategy, starting with your storage. Attend this one-day event to learn how the latest application engineered storage solutions can help you:
• Keep pace with a constantly evolving applications environment
• Deploy applications faster, with greater data protection
• Store 10x – 15x more data, without increasing expenditure
• Leverage cloud-based storage architectures
• Deliver simplicity, efficiency, and performance across your entire data center

Who should attend:
• Storage, database, and virtualization administrators
• Data center directors and managers
• IT infrastructure managers and architects

SPEAKER: Nancy Hart, Director, Storage Product Management, Oracle In her current role, Nancy Hart focuses on use cases for ZFS Storage Appliance in Oracle environments and other critical applications from VMware to Microsoft. Nancy is a 10-year enterprise storage industry veteran with stints at Oracle, Sun Microsystems and StorageTek. Previously responsibilities include managing Oracle's Flash & Components business across all storage and server lines. She has also managed storage product portfolios in excess of $1.3B ranging from entry-level to high-end disk storage systems. Nancy launched her career in semiconductor manufacturing at Motorola in Austin, Texas. Nancy is a graduate of Kansas State University in Chemical Engineering and holds an MBA from Harvard.

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