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CUBRID is attending Open Source Conference


On May 27, 2010, on behalf of CUBRID, a delegation consisting of four members, Mr. Catalin Ciobanu, Maximilian Machedon, George Adrian Oprea, and Ciprian Badescu, will be representing CUBRID Open Source Community and its CUBRID Database Management System at the Open Source / Free Software Conference held in BUCHAREST, ROMANIA.

The conference will take place in the Hotel Intercontinental. CUBRID team can be reached in the room Fortuna. There will be a 20 minutes presentation about CUBRID DBMS by Catalin Ciobanu followed by a 10 minute Q&A session. The presentation will start at 10AM.

Open Source / Free Software Conference is organized by Agora Media SAAgora Technology Conferences, started in 2008, are a series of events that aim to present real solutions for public administration and/or financial institutions, telecom, utilities and large companies.

At the Open Source / Free Software Conference we will have an opportunity to connect to professional DBAs and leading open source experts, as well as decision makers, IT managers, CIO's, CFO's of large Romanian companies and institutions, whom we will be glad to present our powerful database solution. Our team will deliver the detailed information about CUBRID’s Architecture and its tolerant CUBRID Open Source License Policy, which allows corporate organization to distribute their commercial products without the necessity to purchase any license from CUBRID Company. Conference participants will learn about CUBRID’s unique features, required for web applications, which assure high performance, stability, scalability and High-Availability.

Since our database solution is highly optimized for Web Applications, we believe it will become the standard and best choice for professional developers and enterprises, gaining the status of the most easy-to-use and convenient database management system.

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