COUG September 20th Event featuring Steve Recsky and Simon Pane from First4 Database Partners Inc.


Welcome to COUG’s 2012-2013 season!!!
Listen to two of the industry’s best debate – “SQL Server vs Oracle”


Speakers: Steve Recsky and Simon Pane, First4 Database Partners Inc.

  • Simon Pane has worked as a DBA consultant for over 15 years covering the Oracle Database from versions 6 through 11gR2
  • His focus is on Oracle High Availability, Monitoring, Backup & Recovery, and Security in many environments from small single database implementations to large corporate enterprises
  • Simon has presented at many user groups and International conferences in Calgary, Dallas, Orlando, and Chicago
  • Steve Recsky has been working with Oracle Database products for the past 25 years and with Microsoft SQL Server products for the past 11 years. Steve held the position of Database Technical Specialist with DBCORP and CGI for 10 years and has owned and operated Complete DBA Inc. for the past 6 years. He co-founded First4 Database Partners Inc. with members of the original DBCORP team
  • Steve has excelled in all areas of database management including training, mentoring, development, backup & recovery, performance tuning, security, installation and configuration, object management and resource management
  • He has presented at numerous national, international and local database venues including CIPS, Oracle World and the Independent Oracle Users Group

Presentation: The Debate – “SQL Server vs Oracle”

  • Hear the pros and cons of each database system

Date: Thursday Sept 20, 2012
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Registration: 8:00 am
Presentation: 8:30 am – 9:30 am

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Presentation Location:
Bow Valley Square 2
Suite 300, 205 – 5th Ave SW
3rd floor Conference Center – Hamilton Room
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