It flew by so fast I didn't feel like wasting my time blogging about it last week. I don't know how the other guys do it, but I had too much fun with other things.
I could give you a detailed description of all the sessions I followed but that would be rather dull
In my opinion there were a couple trends emerging:
1. The rise of Oracle VM
I think this will be one of the biggest things in the near future. It’s a no brainer. Companies are already in love with VMWare – however, anyone who has half a brain will never run an Oracle production database on it, as the combo is simply not certified. In fact, according to metalink note 249212.1, Oracle has not certified any of its products on a VMWare virtualized environment. Oracle support will only provide support for issues that either are known to occur on the native OS, or can be demonstrated not be as a result of running on VMWare.
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