Free Optim PoT's - Baltimore, January 7th

Kim May

Free Optim PoT's - Baltimore, January 7th
For those of you in the Baltimore area, please join us if you are interested
in learning more about Optim.

Date: Thursday, January 7, 2010

Time: 9:00am - 3:30pm

Location: The Fillmore Group

8501 LaSalle Road, Suite 318

Towson, Maryland, 21286

(410) 465-6335


Enterprise applications and databases don't just help run your business -
they ARE your business. And every year, they grow in size and complexity -
making them harder to manage.

IBMR OptimT gives you the power to manage enterprise application data
through every stage of its lifecycle - regardless of the relational database
your organization uses. These sessions will introduce the Optim products
that can enable you to meet your service level agreements, decrease
maintenance costs and protect data privacy and security, reducing your legal
liability exposure.

Join us for four sessions introducing IBM's strategic approach to database
administration and the cross-database tools that will enable database
managers and administrators to use a consistent set of tools to enhance
database performance and data lifecycle management, whether you use Oracle,
SQL Server, Sybase and/or DB2!

The agenda for the day includes an overview of IBM's strategy, and a deeper
technical dive into managing data growth using the Optim Archiving solution,
using data masking for data privacy, and Data Discovery, IBM's newest
addition to the Optim family that enables rapid analysis of existing
databases and applications. Hands-on labs will be available and Optim
experts from IBM will be on hand to present and answer questions. Lunch
will be provided.

Please RSVP if you plan to attend with an email to Donna Dordai,
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Kim May

The Fillmore Group, Inc.

(410) 465-6335 office

(443) 956-0288 mobile

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