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    Or is it TechCast, or simply Online Event? You’ll see them all here because IOUG draws Oracle speakers, experts and presenters from all over the place (and they can call their events whatever they like). What they have in common, though, is professionalism, passion and a goal of bringing you smart and actionable information you can use right away. Whether registering for an upcoming event or looping back to check out ones you missed, you've come to the right place for all things Oracle. 

    Learn about about our 2017 special webinar series:

    FREE Upcoming Webinars - Membership Not Required  


    Oracle Database Recovery in Action
    December 19, 2017 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Central

    Join us to discuss a new and ground breaking approach to protecting and recovering your Oracle Database.  We’ll look at:

    • Why integrating data protection with databases, applications, infrastructure and cloud matters
    • Why general purpose backup systems fall short for Oracle Database protection
    • Why DBAs prefer Oracles Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance (ZDLRA) over Conventional Backup for Oracle Database

    In the webcast we will demonstrate this new approach for improving data protection with backup and recovery solutions engineered specifically for Oracle Database. Ultimately, we believe that backup is one thing, but your business is ALL about recovery. Join us for Recovery In Action to see how to make better Oracle Database recovery a business imperative. 

    Featured Speaker: Bryan Grenn, Storage Platform Specialist, Oracle

     You can find him on twitter @bryangrenn or blogging at

    Brought to you by the IOUG Storage SIG

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