[AD!] *TOMORROW* Free Webinar: Oracle Renewal Looming? Consider DB2!

Kim May

[AD!] *TOMORROW* Free Webinar: Oracle Renewal Looming? Consider DB2!
For those of your working in heterogeneous environments - here's an
opportunity to help your Oracle colleagues move away from the dark side -



Webinar: Oracle Renewal Looming? Consider DB2!

Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017

Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT



Organizations frustrated with rising Oracle costs are invited to join us for
a webinar focusing on the two primary motivations behind DB2 migrations:
cost and functionality. Session attendees will perform a self-analysis to
compare similar version license costs, and gain an understanding of the
technical features included in DB2 for on-premise use - BLU, pureScale, and
the Data Partitioning Feature - as well as a brief overview of cloud
deployment and SaaS options.



The session also includes an overview of the migration process, as anyone
considering a move needs to understand the time and effort involved.



Sound boring? It won't be! The session will be delivered by IBM Champions
Frank Fillmore and Kim May. Frank has participated in IBM's annual "Break
Free Forum" and Kim has worked with several Oracle customers exploring
migrations to DB2. We understand this is a complicated comparison but will
do our best to make the session entertaining without including too much
Oracle bashing. But maybe a bit.



Registration is required to attend. Register HERE.
<https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6912030751218701571>



Kim May, Vice President, Business Development

IBM Champion 2009 - 2017

The Fillmore Group, Inc.

(410) 465-6335 office

(443) 956-0288 mobile

http://www.thefillmoregroup.com www.thefillmoregroup.com










The Fillmore Group has provided technical services to clients worldwide
since 1987. Led by DB2 Gold Consultant Frank Fillmore, TFG sells IBM
software, delivers expert technical services and IBM Authorized Training.









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