Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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2. Oracle Fusion Middleware products like J2EE, ADF, XML, BPEL, SOA, Web Services, Discoverer...).
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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Oracle Open World - 2010

Oracle Open World in San Francisco opens this week, and may well be the biggest OOW ever. The combination of technologies and products promises to make it a very exciting week.  Highlights for the conference include:

  • MySQL Sunday - Everyone on the open source side has been waiting to find out in more detail exactly what is Oracle's stated direction with MySQL.  We're all hoping for some big announcements.
  • Where is Java going?  -  Everyone is looking to see what Thomas Kurian and Oracle has to say to answer a lot of questions about Java.
  • Oracle's Cloud Strategy - Here we learn more about what Oracle is doing with Cloud technology and their Cloud vision.
  • Oracle Fusion Applications - lots of anticipation here.
  • What's the latest on Sun hardware and updated information on Exadata.
All the anticipation is creating a lot of excitement for the conference.  This Oracle Open World conference more than any Oracle conference has attendees coming to the conference looking for answers.

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