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January 28

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Hands on Lab: Oracle's Converged Database: Make Developers and Data More Productive
Explore Oracle's Converged Database, a multi-model, multitenant, multi-workload database.

In this hands on workshop, you'll learn ways to consolidate and isolate a shared data model across multiple development teams and using all workload.

Your Experts

Kay Malcolm
Kay Malcolm, Director, Oracle Database Product Management
With over 25 years experience in Information Technology, Kay has held a number of positions in various roles with large software companies and Big 5 consulting. Her most recent roles have been focused around the Oracle technology stack where she has developed sound vision and strategy to effectively lead and develop global teams to effectively execute their charter. Her ability to connect with her customers has afforded the opportunity to be more than just a technologist but a valued partner when it comes to their business.
Sean Stacey
Sean Stacey, Outbound Database Product Manager    
Sean Stacey is a Director of Product Management in Oracle's Server Technologies organization. Sean joined Oracle in 1997, and during his time with Oracle has focused much of his time supporting Oracle's partner community with programs focused on Oracle Database adoption. Most recently Sean has been working with Oracle customers and partners to help them move to Oracle Database 19c and the Autonomous Database. Sean's expertise in the Oracle database is both theoretical as well as hands-on. He frequently provides technical advisory services and education to Oracle customers and partners to ensure they are getting the most benefits from their Oracle technology investment. In addition to these program activities, he has authored several white papers and frequently speaks at Oracle user conferences. Prior to joining Oracle, Sean was a software developer and then an Oracle Database Administrator in Australia, the United Kingdom as well as the United States. He currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina.