2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 30, 2011 5:53 AM by Sergiusz Wolicki-Oracle

    DMU on Oracle OpenWorld

    Sergiusz Wolicki-Oracle
      If you are coming to Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco this October, you may want to register and attend the following DMU session. We will give a product update unveiling some of the exciting upcoming new features as well as illustrate a near-zero-downtime Unicode migration model by leveraging Oracle DMU and Streams technology.
      <strong>Session ID:</strong> 13320
      <strong>Title:</strong> Near-Zero-Downtime Unicode Migration with Oracle Database Migration Assistant for Unicode
      <strong>Time:</strong> 10/03/11 (Mon.) 11:00AM - 12:00PM
      <strong>Location:</strong> Moscone South - 301
      Moving to Unicode as the common character set for database cloud consolidation will ensure universal support for global data in many languages. Migrating databases from legacy character sets to Unicode is an elaborate process that can be both time-consuming and resource-intensive. For mission-critical production systems, limiting the migration downtime window to a minimum is always a crucial consideration. Oracle Database Migration Assistant for Unicode is a free tool that offers an end-to-end solution that significantly reduces the effort and costs associated with the conventional migration methods. This session explores how to use Oracle Database Migration Assistant for Unicode and Streams technology to achieve a near-zero-downtime migration model.

      We will also host a <strong>DMU demo booth</strong> (Demo ID: 6700, Moscone South, Booth S-063) throughout the conference showcasing the latest product functionality so feel free to stop by and check it out.

      Hope to see you there!