Oracle Spatial User Conference 2011

Posted by GIS talk On Monday, May 09, 2011
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Oracle Spatial User Conference 2011
Experience Extreme Spatial Performance

Thursday, May 19, 2011
Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center
Washington, DC

Oracle announces the 7th annual international Oracle Spatial User Conference on Thursday, May 19, 2011, in Washington, D.C. For the first time this year, the User Conference will be held as a stand-alone event separate from the GITA Solutions Conference.

Do you want to:

- Use Oracle Exadata Database Machine to experience extreme Spatial performance?
- Learn how leading solutions - in utilities/SmartGrid, business intelligence and more - exploit mapping and spatial analysis?
- Incorporate network analysis, web services and mapping into your applications, using Java and Oracle development tools?
- Deliver ROI by using the world's leading IT platform to leverage location in your business?

You'll find all this at the 2011 Oracle Spatial User Conference:

- Latest updates and developments on Oracle products
- A variety of technical training sessions on Oracle Spatial and Oracle MapViewer – direct from the developers
- Best practices for Oracle Spatial in an Oracle Exadata Database Machine environment
- Use case sessions from customers and partners

Click here for Pricing/Registration Information - Pre-Registration ends May 16th!


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