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Oracle is proud to be the Platinum Sponsor at next week's Cloud Expo West in Santa Clara (Nov 4-7). This is the third consecutive year that Oracle has been sponsoring Cloud Expo and each year our involvement and presence at the conference has grown. This year, we have a great lineup of sessions which I've listed below. If you’re attending Cloud Expo West, we'd love to have you attend our sessions that will show our thought leadership and leading solutions in the cloud. You should also swing by Booth #130 to see some of our latest cloud offerings firsthand.
|Monday, Nov 4||3:00 pm - 3:45 pm||Ten Myths of Cloud Computing - General Session||All Tracks||Ballroom A-H|
|Monday, Nov 4||5:10 pm - 5:55 pm||Driving Recurring Revenue Streams Through Cloud Billing||Cloud Computing and Big Data||M1|
|Monday, Nov 4||5:10 pm - 5:55 pm||An Introduction to Oracle's Cloud Application Marketplace||Cloud Bootcamp||Great America Room J|
|Tuesday, Nov 5||6:25 pm - 7:05 pm||Delivering Database as a Service with Oracle Database 12c||Deploying the Cloud||Great America Room 2|
|Wednesday, Nov 6||5:35 pm - 6:20 pm||Accelerating Your Journey to Self-Service IT||Enterprise Cloud Computing||B2|
|Thursday, Nov 7||1:35 pm - 2:20 pm||Oracle's Strategy for Public Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Services||Infrastructure Management | Virtualization||M2|
At Cloud Expo West, you'll get to learn about and experience the latest in Cloud and Big Data. If you're in Silicon Valley or the Bay Area and don't have a pass to Cloud Expo, no problem. Oracle is giving away FREE VIP Gold Passes! We would love to have you be our VIP guest. Just go to Oracle's Cloud Expo 2013 event registration page and follow the instructions to get your complimentary pass.
Stay tuned to this blog and follow us on Twitter (@OracleCloudZone) during and after Cloud Expo for more of our insight and observations about this year's conference.
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