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EM 12c and Complex Networks @ Oracle Open World 2013 September 8, 2013

Posted by sosdba in General.
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I have known Tony Kirn for over 8 years. Not only we do share a common interest in Oracle Databases but we are also great buddies.

Yes my opinion may be considered bias, but he is highly regarded throughout the DBA community within Australia.

Tony has been working in IT since 1996 and has worked from the ground up from running cables and tinkering with hardware until finding his real passion for Oracle databases.

With his expansive experience across computing telephony, banking and finance, government industry he has shown appreciation to understand all the layers of which databases are rests upon. This has allowed him to make some of the most critical and innovative decisions throughout his career as a database professional.

He has been involved in the first successful deployment of Enterprise Manager 10g in Australia at Telstra and recently was the tech lead responsible for delivering Enterprise Manager 12c. He will be presenting at Oracle Open World this year.

So if you are attending I strongly recommend you to attend as he will provide some invaluable advice on his experience on deploying Enterprise Manager in complex networks.

The Oracle Open World 2013 Session Details are:

Session ID: CON3991
Session Title: Deploying Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c in a Complex Network Without Compromising Security
Date and Time: 24th September 2013, 17:15 – 18:15
Location: Moscone Center, San Francisco USA
Venue / Room: Moscone South / Room 300



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