Oracle PASIG User Group Meeting - Redwood Shores, May 10-12, 2011 - Register Now!
The latest agenda for the Oracle PASIG User Group Meeting is below. We have almost 50 confirmed speakers and registrants.
As stated in previous emails, the registration URL is: http://events.ioug.org/e/in/eid=10. The attendee cost for this event is $325. This will be the first meeting of the PASIG as an Independent Oracle User Group. If you want to have an impact on directions, this would be an important meeting to make your voice heard.
We just had a very successful Oracle-sponsored, public sector-focused event at the British Library (Thanks Richard Boulderstone and team!) with about 130+ actual attendees. We received great feedback as we move into this cross-industry event at Oracle in May. It was very evident that Oracle executives, product managers, and technologists really appreciate the close interaction and advice the PASIG members can provide around Repositories, Data Curation, and Preservation, which are relatively new areas of focus for Oracle.
Please note that while we have almost 50 committed attendees and just had a successful event in London, we are actuallyway behind our normal PASIG registration rate with only one month to the event. If we can get a boost in registrations in the next several days, the International Oracle User Group (IOUG) might still be able to negotiate beneficial hotel rates. In any case, if you intend to come, please register asap! Local hotels include the Summerfield Suites and Sofitel in Redwood City and Marriott Hotel in San Mateo. Lastly, any partners interested in sponsorships should contact Alexis Bauer directly at [log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask].
II. Meeting Flow
Day 1 - I will moderate Day 1 which is focused on Oracle technology and vertical markets related to digital preservation, content, and access. This is an optional section of the program, though we saw in the recent London event that many attendees appreciated both the Oracle updates and 1-1 discussions.
Day 2 - The formal kick-off will be Wednesday morning. The meeting will be moderated by Mike Keller. Wednesday's meeting will be focused on project architectures and best practices.There is a reception at the Convention Center after the day's proceedings.
Day 3 - We will continue with the focus on architectures and best practices as they pertain to vertical markets including Higher Education, Libraries, Research, Data Curation, Healthcare, Government, and Media and Broadcasting.
The last part of the day will be for attendee-driven topical break outs and open discussion on PASIG directions.
Tuesday, May 10, Day 1 - Oracle Technologies and Positioning for Long-term Data Retention and Access
9:00am-9:20am Introduction - Art Pasquinelli, Solutions Specialist, Oracle
Preservation and Archiving Technologies
9:20am-9:50am Preservation Architectures - Tom Cramer, Director, Stanford Digital Repository, Stanford U.
9:50am-10:15am Archiving and Storage Overview - Raymond Clarke, Senior Enterprise Storage Specialist, Oracle
10:15am-10:40am Solution Directions for Long-term Data Retention and Access - Donna Harland, Storage Product Manager, Oracle
11:00am-11:25am Tape Technologies for Long-Term Data Retention - Gary Francis, Sr. Director, Storage, Oracle
Software and Database Technologies
11:25am-11:50am Database Technologies for Archiving - Kevin Jernigan, Sr. Director, Product Management, Oracle
1:15pm-1:40pm Content Management - Marc Kelberman, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle
1:40pm-2:00pm Audience Open Microphone
2:00pm-2:25pm Preservation and Data Management Architectures - Alison Macdonald, Director, The Digital Archiving Consultancy Limited
2:25pm-2:50pm Media and Broadcasting - Tom Inglefield, Solutions Senior Director, Oracle
3:10pm-3:35pm Research and Cloud - David Teszler, Sr. Manager, Cloud Computing, Oracle
3:35pm-4:00pm Justice and Public Safety - Hong-Eng Koh, Sr. Director, Oracle
4:00pm-4:25pm Government - Wayne Bobby, Vice President, Public Sector, Oracle
4:25pm-4:50pm Healthcare - Robert Batterton, Certified Industry Architect, Oracle
4:50pm-5:15pm Life Sciences - Arvindh Balakrishnan, Vice President, Life Sciences, Oracle
5:15pm-5:30pm Open Discussion and Wrap Up
Wednesday, May 11, Day 2
9:00am-9:20am Welcome, Introductions, and Kick-off - Art Pasquinelli, Solutions Specialist, Oracle, Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford U.
9:20am-9:40am PASIG Positioning and Trends - Art Pasquinelli, Solutions Specialist, Oracle
9:40am-10:00am Global Trends - Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford U.
10:00am-10:20am Technology Trends in Preservation and Archiving - Raymond Clarke, Senior Enterprise Storage Specialist, Oracle
New Models and Evolving Architectures
10:40am-11:00am USC Digital Repository - Sam Gustman, CTO, USC Shoah Foundation Institute and Associate Dean, Libraries, U. Southern California
11:00am-11:20am Building Preservation and Access Services - Roger Essoh, Head, Digital Content Marketplace, Atos Origin
11:20am-11:40am San Diego Supercomputer Chronopolis Project Update - David Minor, Manager, San Diego Supercomputer
11:40am-12:00pm CLOCKSS Overview and Update - Randy Keifer, Executive Director, CLOCKSS
12:00pm-12:20pm Open Planets Overview and Update - Bram van der Werf, Executive Director, Open Planets
1:40pm-2:00pm Library of Congress NAVCC Overview and Update - Carl Watts, Information Technology Specialist, Library of Congress
2:00pm-2:20pm FamilySearch Directions - Randall Stokes, Architect, FamilySearch
2:20pm-2:40pm Internet Archive Status- Kristine Hanna, Director, Project and Partner Development, Internet Archive
2:40pm-3:00pm Curation and Preservation Microservices - Stephen Abrams, Sr. Manager for Digital Preservation Technology, University of California Curation Center, California Digital Library
3:30pm-3:50pm Preservation Architectures - Mark Evans, Digital Archiving Practice Manager, Tessella
3:50pm-4:10pm Preservation Architectures - Alison MacDonald, Director, The Digital Archiving Consultancy Limited
4:10pm-4:30pm Cross-Industry Preservation Architectures: The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) View - Michael Peterson, Senior Consultant and Digital Preservation Architect, iMerge Consulting
4:30pm-4:50pm DuraSpace, Fedora, and DuraCloud Update and Directions - Jonathan Markow, Chief Strategy Officer, DuraSpace
4:50pm-5:15pm Audience Open Microphone
5:15pm-5:30pm Summation - Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford U.
Thursday, May 12, Day 3
7:30am-8:45am Breakfast 8:45am-9:00am Introduction and Recap - Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford U.
9:00am-9:20am Stanford U Projects and Directions - Tom Cramer, Director Stanford Digital Repository, Stanford U.
9:20am-9:40am Oxford U. Projects and Directions - Neil Jefferies, R&D Project Manager, Oxford U.
9:40am-10:00am Vital Media Implementations - Vishesh Chachra, VP, VTLS
10:00am-10:20am Digital Repository Architecture at Egypt's Alexandria Library - Noha Adly, Deputy Head ICT Sector, Bibliotheca Alexandrina
10:40am-11:00am Personal Archiving Conference Results - Jeff Ubois, Research Analyst
11:00am-11:05am Introduction to the Oracle Large Tape User Group (LTUG) - Jason Hick, VP, LTUG
11:05am-11:25am Storage Supporting DOE Science - Jason Hick, Storage Systems Group Lead, NERSC, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11:25am-11:45am DataOne and Data Curation - John Kunze, Preservation Technologist, University of California Curation Center, California Digital Library
11:45am-12:05pm Islandora and SOAR Architectures - Mark Leggott, Librarian, U. Prince Edward Island an CEO of DiscoveryGarden Inc.
12:05pm-12:30pm Audience Open Microphone
1:30pm-1:50pm Content Management. and Preservation in Media and Healthcare - George Sokol, Sales Manager, Fishbowl Solutions
1:50pm-2:10pm Preservation Architectures Overview - Jacob Farmer, CTO, Cambridge Computer
2:10pm-2:30pm Archivematica Overview - Peter van Garderen, President, Artefactual Systems
3:00pm-4:30pm Unconference Break Outs
Opportunity to have break outs on project ideas, general issues, vertical market topics.
4:30pm-5:15pm Break Out Reports and PASIG Directions