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Virtual AWS Immersion Day
Join us on Wednesday, December 16 at 11:00 AM ET for a morning of sessions, a hands-on lab, Q&A, and prizes.

Connect live with our Principal Solution Architect Tom Camarro as he guides you through the following sessions:

• 11:00 AM | Welcome and Introduction, Session Objectives
• 11:15 AM | Migrating Oracle to AWS
• 11:30 AM | AWS Schema Conversion Tool Overview, Demo and Interactive ‘follow-the-leader’ Lab
• 12:30 PM | AWS DMS / CDC Tool Overview
• 12:45 PM | Q&A / Wrap-up / Next Steps / Raffle Winner!

There is a waitlist for the hands-on lab portion of the event, but you may still register as a spectator!

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Dec 16, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jim Ball
Vice President of Global Alliances @Navisite
Jim is responsible for overseeing Navisite’s technology partnerships with major cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Oracle, VMware, and more. He brings more than 20 years of experience in technology, with deep expertise in Oracle technologies and business applications. Prior to his role a Navisite, he was the Co-Founder of clckwrk, a company built from the ground up to help customers move Oracle databases and applications to the public cloud. Jim started his career in various technical roles, including software developer, Oracle database administrator, and technical architect.
Tom Camarro
Principal Solutions Architect @Navisite
Tom has over 35 years of experience in helping global organizations to improve business results by designing, implementing and supporting innovative, technology enabled solutions. He has extensive experience with Oracle consultancy and designing complex technology solutions required for a global single instance ERP. His last two years have been focused solely on moving Oracle workloads to the cloud.