Presentation Title: Oracle Exadata: Disruptive new Memory & Cloud Technologies
Speaker: Mr Gurmeet Goindi
Company: Oracle
Presentation abstract: The Oracle Exadata architecture is being transformed to provide the world's most advanced Cloud and in-memory functionality for both OLTP and Analytics using RDMA, DRAM, Non-Volatile Memory, and Vector Processing. This talk gives an overview of current and future Exadata capabilities, including disruptive In-Memory, Public Cloud and Cloud at Customer technologies
Presentation begins: 04/12/2017 17:55
Presentation duration: 50
Presentation content level: 2 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)
Audience experience: All Experience Levels
Audience function: Customer/Senior Manager, Functional Manager, Partner, Product Expert, Product User
Speaker biography: Gurmeet Goindi is Master Product Manager in Oracle Database’s Systems Technology org. Gurmeet is currently responsible for Exadata Database Machine, hardware and software roadmap and also Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance’s hardware roadmap. Gurmeet is also an evangelist for innovations Oracle is bringing in application aware storage and flash arena and has presented Oracle’s vision at various industry forums – Storage Network World (SNW), Flash Memory Summit, Open Sever Summit, Data Storage Innovation Conference, Storage Developer Conference, Oracle Expert Summits, IOUG Collaborate, Oracle Open World and many other regional Oracle User Groups. Gurmeet has been working in Silicon Valley for last 17 years in various engineering, management and product management roles. Gurmeet comes to Oracle from NetApp, where he was in the Engineering organization for 7+ years. Most recently he was the architect for NetApp’s flagship storage platform, FAS6200. Prior to NetApp, he worked for Bay Networks and Motorola Computing Group designing Internet routers, firewalls, and high performance computers. Gurmeet has a Bachelors of Engineering in Electronics and an MBA from University of Chicago - Booth School of Business.
Related topics: Systems: Engineered Systems
Hall: Hall 6B