About Me

Maaz Anjum is a Principal Sales Consultant with Oracle Corporation and is actively engaged with multiple clients to engineer creative solutions on various platforms for Oracle Enterprise Manager.

His active memberships include Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG), Georgia Oracle User Group (GOUG), Real Application Clusters Special Interest Group (RACSIG), and IOUG Big Data SIG. In addition, he is GoldenGate, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and Exadata Certified.

A techie at heart, his experience spans over 10 years on predominantly an Oracle stack ranging from core Database Administration, RAC, Performance Tuning, GoldenGate, Enterprise Manager, Exadata, Database as a Service (DBaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Outside of the professional arena, his interests include research in Big Data, Hadoop, and Data Visualization.

At a personal level, Maaz is a father of two adorable daughter, devoted husband, amatuer photographer, part time hiker, food lover, and seeks to inspire and be inspired in all aspects of life.

Maaz considers himself an active member of the Oracle User community and take pride in sharing his knowledge and experience with others via his blog (maazanjum.com), twitter (@maaz_anjum), articles, presentations and speaking engagements.

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