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...).
3. Oracle Application Servers and Apache.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Oracle Open World 2009 - San Francisco Thursday October 15, 2009

Conference wrap up.   It was an outstanding conference.  Here are some of the highlights for me:
  • Conference was extremely well run.  Absolutely fantastic conference experience.
  • Excellent technical presentations on  new features for Oracle Database Server 11gR2  and Oracle  Fusion Middleware 11gR2.
  • Organization of social networking for conference.
  • Oracle ACEs dinner.
  • Oracle live streaming video.
  • Great friends.
  • OTN lounge networking.
  • Great food in San Francisco. 
  • Excellent networking and meetings during week.
  • Bus transportation for all events was excellent.
  • IOUG community at the conference.
Key summary points:
  • Oracle will spend more R&D on Java, Solaris, SPARC and other important areas.
  • Oracle 11gR2 feature/functionality is very impressive.  Overall reduces cost but adds new level of complexity for DBAs.
  • Virtualization is hot, Oracle, HP, Sun, Vmware all increasing VM technology for managing IT environments.
  • Oracle (software) + Sun (hardware) = Speed
  • Social networking for business stood out as key part of conference.
  • Oracle Fusion middleware technology is key to everything Oracle is doing in Fusion Applications.

Time to head back home.



At 12:14 AM, Anonymous Oracle News said...

The outcomes of the conference are welcome. Thanks for posting and keeping me updated.
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