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Oracle details 'Disaster Recovery' roadshow

06 Apr 2011

Oracle, in partnership with Dbvisit, will host two 'Disaster Recovery Strategies for Oracle Standard Edition' seminars in late April. 

"If your data is held in an Oracle database (especially Standard Edition), then this free breakfast seminar for IT Managers and Senior DBAs is relevant to you,” says the firm. 

Speakers David Woolford (Channel Manager, Oracle New Zealand) and Arjen Visser (CEO and Technical Director, Avisit Solutions Limited, the makers of Dbvisit). 

Topics covered include:

How to develop your DR strategy

Database backup and recovery solutions available to Oracle users

Oracle Enterprise and Standard Edition commercials

3rd party and Cloud leveraged DR solutions

Solution cost profiles

Dates for your diary: 

27th April, 2011

Rendezvous Hotel


28th April, 2011

Copthorne Oriental Bay


Registration details can be found here.

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