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Oracle OpenWorld 2010

August 19th, 2010 · No Comments

I am headed to San Francisco again this year for Oracle OpenWorld. I will also be a co-speaker for the following session:

Session ID: S317033

Time/Location: Wednesday, September 22, 11:30 | Hotel Nikko, Golden Gate

Title: Oracle Berkeley DB: Enabling Your Mobile Data Strategy

Abstract: Mobile data is everywhere. Deploying applications and updates, as well as collecting data from the field and synchronizing it with the Oracle Database server infrastructure, is everyone’s concern today in IT. Mobile devices, by their very nature, are easily damaged, lost, or stolen. Therefore, enabling secure, rapid mobile deployment and synchronization is critically important. By combining Oracle Berkeley DB 11g and Oracle Database Lite Mobile Server, you can easily link your mobile devices, users, applications, and data with the corporate infrastructure in a safe and reliable manner. This session will discuss several real-world use cases.

Speaker(s): Eric Jensen, Oracle, Principal Product Manager
Greg Rekounas,, Oracle Mobile Consultant

Event: JavaOne and Oracle Develop


I am quite exited about going this year. Oracle Mobile Server is in the process of changing the client database from Oracle Lite Database to the Oracle Berkeley Database. I will be testing out some of these features and hope to have a how-to post about getting your synchronization working with Berkeley DB soon.


Tags: Berkeley DB · Oracle OpenWorld

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