RACE TO THE CLOUD 2.0
28th JUNE 2018 | CHURCHILL WAR ROOMS, LONDON
Our was FREE to attend, and customers enjoyed the following on the day:
We also gave all attendees the chance to tour the Churchill War Rooms either before or after the event too!
Did you miss the event? Contact us today to learn how we can help you on your cloud journey:
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“We're using Oracle on Exadata and are at the early stages of our journey to Cloud. This event was very relevant for our Cloud adoption.”
“It was a great event with rich content and splendid organisation. Thank you!”
“Learning the latest news on Oracle, or any technology, "from the horse's mouth" is always interesting.”
OPTIMISING THE VALUE OF YOUR TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS?
WHAT'S YOUR NEXT MOVE?
Meet & network with peers
Q&A customers with recent experience
Listen to & meet Data Intensity reps who can provide independent advice
Explore the museum!
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CLOUD
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There are many Cloud vendors out there, but which one is right for your business? Come along to our Race to the Cloud event to find out!
Like all great battle plans, choosing what is next for your estate - whether it be Cloud, On-Premises or Hybrid - can be a complex and lengthy decision. Ensuring the stability of deployments, system availability and performance, are critical to business success. Therefore choosing the correct platform and more importantly, the right implementation partner, can make the difference between managing the status quo and driving positive results.
We are inviting anyone that is helping to plan these decisions to join Data Intensity at the Churchill War Rooms in Westminster, London for a FREE lunch and learn event on Thursday 28th June 2018.
Our customers will be sharing their experiences of moving their business to the Cloud, and you’ll get to hear best practices from key individuals within Data Intensity and Oracle, to help you make the best decisions for your business.
ABOUT THE EVENT
10:00 AM Morning tour of the museum
11:00 AM Introduction
11:15 AM Keynote: RAF | FLT LT. JASON AYLETT & SQN LDR MARK PAXMAN
12:00 PM Modern Approach to Application Development | STEPHEN BOURKE
12:30 PM What's New in Oracle Database Cloud | DOMINIC GILES
13:00 PM Customer Case Study #1
13:15 PM Lunch
13:30 PM Security in the Cloud | JAMES ANTHONY
14:00 PM Customer Cloud Stories - Why, What and How | PHIL BROWN
14:30 PM Customer Case Study #2
14:45 PM Close & raffle draw
15:00 PM Afternoon tour of the museum
CTO - Data Intensity
Flight Lieutenant - RAF
Squadron Leader - RAF
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Sqn Ldr Paxman is an Air Traffic Control Officer, whose service has included ATC terminal radar, air-land integration and instructional duties. Paxman joined the RAF in 2003 following a brief career in the outdoor industry. After Initial Officer Training he completed the Joint Air Traffic Control Cse. On completion he was posted to ATC at RAF Lyneham, where he fully endorsed and supervised ATC operations.
In 2007 he deployed to Camp Bastion Airfield where he contributed towards the normalisation of airfield operations by enhancing the training and safety management systems. On completion of his first operational tour, he was posted to Tactical Air Traffic Control Unit. This 4 year tour saw him conduct temporary landing zone operations in the UK and overseas ensuring tactical flexibility for UK and Coalition air transport aircraft and support helicopters.
Flight Lieutenant Aylett is an Air Loadmaster, whose service has been principally with the Multi Engine Air Transport Fleet. He is currently serving on exchange with the Army at 12 Armoured Infantry Brigade Headquarters, Bulford Barracks as an Air Staff Officer advising on Air/Land Integration.
Aylett joined the RAF in November 1991 as an Air Loadmaster serving firstly with LXX Squadron on the C130K Hercules at RAF Lyneham. In Feb 2001, he was selected for the initial cadre of 99 Sqn, tasked with introducing the C17 into RAF service. Whilst on 99 Sqn, he gained promotion to Flight Sergeant, qualified as a Flight Instructor and served in the Iraq and Afghanistan theatres.
In October 2005, he was posted to RAF St Mawgan as a Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Extraction Instructor, training military aircrew in survival techniques and Personal Recovery procedures. He deployed to Baghdad airfield in August 2008 as the Air Liaison Officer working with coalition forces.
With over 20 years of experience in the delivery of Oracle solutions, James is the CTO for Data Intensity. James has expanded our product portfolio with technologies, including but not limited to: Oracle Engineered Systems, BigData and NoSQL. Certified as an architect in numerous cloud platforms, James now spends the majority of his time advising customers on strategies for adoption of cloud, whether fully public or hybrid.
Dominic is a Master Product Manager for the Oracle Database, responsible for the overall product offering. He’s worked for Oracle for over 27 years since the release of Oracle Database 5. One of Dominic’s primary roles is to update customers on new functionality and gather feedback for future releases. You can follow him on twitter @dominic_giles.
Stephen is an IaaS Cloud Consultant with a focus on virtualisation, container native and cloud solution architecture. He works with customers in defining how they can base their solutions on the Oracle cloud, particularly focussed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and the Container Native Platform. His focus is on large scale migrations into OCI with heterogeneous workloads.
DID YOU MISS THE FIRST RACE TO THE CLOUD EVENT?
Don't worry, you can still attend Race to the Cloud 2.0!
Find out what happened at last year's event by clicking the button below.
This year saw the release of the film Darkest Hour, which portrayed the story of Sir Winston Churchill's early days as Prime Minister, as Nazi Germany was invading Western Europe during World War II. In addition to this, the UK is also celebrating the 100th year of the Royal Air Force in 2018.
By joining Data Intensity at our event this June, attendees had the chance to explore the Churchill War Rooms Museum. They were also provided lunch and had the chance to win some incredible themed prizes, as we also raised money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
CHURCHILL WAR ROOMS
LONDON SW1A 2AQ