Oracle Users Group organizes Sangam 2011 in Bangalore

All India Oracle Users Group (AIOUG), a non-profit
organization started by Oracle technology enthusiasts to spread awareness about
Oracle technologies and support the growing community of Oracle technology
users, will host the third Oracle Users Conference Sangam11″ on December 9-10
2011 in Bangalore.

Started in 2007, AIOUG has members encompassing Oracle
technology ACEs & ACE Directors, other employed professionals and students.

AIOUG has been running programs across India to enhance
the Oracle technology knowledge base in India. For
the first time Sangam 11 is a co-hosted event with India OAUG (Oracle
Applications Users Group) and JUG (Java User Groups) and will feature
applications as a separate track along with Java, Oracle Database, middleware
and other development tools.

With more than 30 speakers and 50 sessions on topics
ranging from PL/SQL, Database, Java, Applications, Apex and Oracle Exadata,
Performance Optimization, Support and User Experience demos, the event promises
to be a great platform for Oracle users to gain knowledge on the latest
advancements on Oracle technologies.

Sangam11 will provide a knowledge sharing platform for
professionals and students that will help enhance their productivity and
influence the quality, usability, and support of Oracle technology. Developers
can also learn important tools, frameworks, techniques and best practices for
building applications based on Oracle technologies especially on Java/PL/SQL.

Through Sangam, we are creating an
opportunity for the Indian Oracle user community to
their seat belts and hear and experience firsthand the innovative use of Oracle
technologies. Our speakers will discuss the features and functionalities of the
new Oracle technologies, along with demos,” said Murali Vallath, founder
president, AIOUG.

By Team
[email protected]