Directions to next Oracle User Group
- Here's a link to a map for finding the Energen
Corporate building, the location of the next Oracle
user group event:
(Note: If you want to see something neat, click on the
"Hybrid" button on the top right side of the map.)
--- Jim Hill <jfordhill@...> wrote:
> Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2005 06:50:20 -0700 (PDT)__________________________________________________
> From: Jim Hill <jfordhill@...>
> Subject: Oracle User Group - RSVP's needed
> To: caoug-announce <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> It's been a while since we've had an event and I'm
> looking forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting
> new folks from all around central Alabama at our
> meeting next Wednesday.
> We have to get a count for lunch so please send in
> your RSVP if you plan to attend. Just reply to this
> email to RSVP.
> I've enclosed the full announcement below...
> RSVP's Required (count for lunch needed, RSVP by
> replying to this message):
> On Wednesday, August 31st at 11:30 Kenny Smith of
> Cnetics will be doing a live "Get on the Grid"
> presention for the Central Alabama Oracle User
> Lunch will be provided.
> We will be meeting at the Energen Conference Center
> the Energen headquarters on 6th Ave. North and
> Arrington Blvd. Parking is provided on the top level
> of the Energen parking deck which is adjacent to the
> I've included a description of the presentation that
> Cnetics provided. You can see a picture of the
> hardware if you follow the link.
> Our "Get on the Grid" presentation discusses and
> demonstrates a fully configured, portable Oracle 10g
> RAC system running on HP equipment. Our portable
> systems called "Test tRACks" are multi-bootable on
> Linux, Windows and HP-UX depending on the hardware
> configuration. (For more information on our portable
> Oracle units, visit
> How the presentation works:
> Our presentation gives attendees an opportunity to
> learn about and get hands-on with 10g RAC. We will
> bring a portable Real Application Cluster system
> a wireless access point. We describe the hardware
> software configuration and then demonstrate
> RAC features such as transaction application
> load balancing, and scalability on the live system.
> then allow attendees to login via their laptops and
> "play" with Linux, Windows, Oracle, clustered file
> systems & clustered servers.
> We've made this presentation at the Georgia Oracle
> User Group Conference and the International Oracle
> User Group Conference. We've also presented
> "Get on the Grid" to groups such the Columbus Linux
> Users Group, the Atlanta Unix Users Group and the
> Tennessee Oracle Users Group with great success.
> You can also read Kenny's professional bio at
> I think this will be a great presentation and I hope
> to see you all there. You can just reply to this
> message to RSVP.
> Jim Hill
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