Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

1. Best Practices for managing Oracle database servers.
2. Oracle Fusion Middleware products like J2EE, ADF, XML, BPEL, SOA, Web Services, Discoverer...).
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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Oracle Open World 2009 - San Francisco

Saturday - October 10, 2009

Really nice relaxing day in the city

I arrived in San Francisco and was able to spend the day relaxing and enjoying the city.  The Blue Angels were performing above the city and it was a great performance.  My hotel room overlooks San Francisco bay  so I was able to get a close up view of their air aerobatics, it was awesome.  With some of their maneuvers it seems they were barely skimming the tops of the buildings.

Dinner with Steve Lemme

I had a great dinner with Steve Lemme.  His insights in where the industry is going with virtualization are eye opening.   We've had a lot of discussions on virtualization and putting together a Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Oracle user community (IOUG).  It's definitely time to get this going.  Virtualization is going to be one of the hottest areas in the IT industry.

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