George Trujillo Oracle Open World Summary - My Four Takeaways

From my perspective, my four big take aways from Oracle Open World 2008 are:

  1. Evolving role of the traditional DBA.   You finally see great changes in automation, management of data centers, increasing skills for managing complexity of Oracle environment and the increasing needs for DBAs that can manage Oracle business applications.
  2. Increasing demand for Oracle Fusion Middleware skills.  Learning the right tools for managing Oracle Fusion middle is going to be a very serious transition for some developers.   You'd better get started learning the technology.
  3. Increasing demand for BI, Hyperion and Stellent.
  4. Oracle environments are significantly increasing in complexity, products, integrations and the need to understand how to work with all the pieces.
Lots of people felt completely overwhelmed with evolving complexity, volume of new products and features.  Steve Lemme from CA had an excellent presentation on successful Oracle Fusion Middleware implementations from a project management perspective. There are going to be lots of money made by individuals that see this growing demand.

 

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