The day started with a keynote presentation by Dr. Anant Jhingran on "Cloud computing, databases and the role of IDS". He was assisted by our own Guy Bowerman. That was quite a good start to another great day of learning and networking.
There were 35 sessions covering subjects including Gillani Fourgen case tool, Genero report writer, IDS tasks and sensors, performance tuning, backups, trouble shooting, encryption expert, and index enhancements. Quite a range of subjects and that's not the half of it!
I had interesting conversations with some partners. One of them mentioned how the AGS Server Studio product transformed someone that knew nothing of databases into a database administrator in no time flat. Looks like the ease of use of IDS with the ease of use of AGS is an unbeatable combination. I also had a discussion about collecting and sharing the information about sensors worldwide to monitor the health of the planet. Talk about a stimulating conversation.
There is one more day of this! I don't know how much more I can take :-).