UK Oracle User Group

Tech13 is on its way...

27 September 2013

UKOUG will be hosting up to three Database streams per day at this year’s Technology Conference at the Manchester Central. These streams will take place from Sunday 1st to Wednesday 4h December 2013.


Attending these streams will give you an insight of what’s to come in the database world.

The database stream will be covering: 12c, SQL, 11g features, Data Guard, RMAN, RAC, AWR ...and much more. 

View the full agenda to find what is in store for you.

It is the first opportunity in the UK during 2013 to get some good information about all the updates going on in the Oracle world, inc.:

  • learn more about multitenancy database;
  • see excellent demonstrations on 12c;
  • ask questions from the experts;
  • learn about new features. 
Database Stream highlights:

Diagnosing ASMlib
James Morle, Scale Abilities

Improving the Performance of PL/SQL Function Calls from SQL?
Tim Hall,

Oracle Optimizer Boot camp - 10 Optimizer Tips you Can't Miss
Tom Kyte, Oracle

mobile app icon Keeping the Auditors Happy – Is it Really Possible?
Chris Dunscombe, Christallize Ltd

The Design, Creation and Maintenance of an AWR Repository
John Hallas, Wm Morrisons Supermarkets

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How to register? 

Make a saving! Take out a Platinum membership by 11th October and save £100 off the price: membership includes two full conference tickets and a year’s worth of benefits. The cold weather may be on its way, but we have 11 Special Interest Group meetings this autumn to get you warmed up – ready for the UKOUG Technology Conference 2013 in December. You can join via the UKOUG website or by calling our membership team on +44 (0)20 8545 9670. Quote 'WarmUp' on your application.

*Gold membership package also available and includes one conference ticket but is not available within ‘WarmUp’ promotion 

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