Thursday Oct 04, 2012

Rocking at the Oracle Appreciation Event

Even a sharp drop in temperature didn't stop tens of thousands of Oracle OpenWorld attendees from venturing out to Treasure Island Wednesday night for the Oracle Appreciation Event, which featured unlimited refreshments, plenty of fun and games, and some of the best views of San Francisco imaginable—capped by back-to-back concerts with the Kings of Leon and Pearl Jam.[Read More]

Wednesday Oct 03, 2012

Oracle's 2012 Eco-Enterprise Awards Honor the Best and Greenest

Oracle honored 11 customers and 6 partners at Oracle OpenWorld Wednesday for achievements in creating more energy-efficient work environments through a combination Oracle hardware and business applications. The 2012 Eco-Enterprise Innovation Awards, presented this year by Oracle Chairman of the Board Jeff Henley, highlight customers using Oracle products to reduce their environmental footprint while reducing costs. [Read More]

Even the Superheroes Are Doing Cloud Computing

Following a video trailer from the blockbuster movie The Avengers, John Fowler, executive vice president of Systems at Oracle, took the stage at Oracle OpenWorld Wednesday morning to talk about Oracle's own cloud infrastructure and to explain how Oracle is investing in the technologies that enable superhero-grade cloud infrastructures across all the main cloud types: private, public, and hybrid. 

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Oracle OpenWorld Behind the Scenes: Building a City within a City

Ever wonder what it takes to put on an event like Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne? Imagine building a small city in the heart of downtown San Francisco and you start to get an idea of the challenges facing Oracle's event planners.  [Read More]

Lights, Cameras, Helicopters, Pith Helmets, and Stuffed Animals

One of the celebrities available for photo opportunities at this year's Oracle OpenWorld is not human. Known as Mort, it's a camera unit (or Dropcam) that recently returned from the Mariana Trench where James Cameron used it to film at 33,000 feet underwater.[Read More]

Check out the Oracle OpenWorld Flickr Stream

A small army of photographers is out and about at Oracle OpenWorld, snapping shots at the sessions, the exhibit halls, the lounges, on the streets, and at the many events taking place this week. Have you taken a look at the conference flickr stream?[Read More]

Build an Efficient Private Cloud Infrastructure

Oracle's Steve Wilson and Phil Bullinger are convinced that now is the time to move your mission-critical applications to the cloud environment.[Read More]

Larry Ellison: Gold-Medal Cloud Technology

In his Oracle OpenWorld keynote address Tuesday afternoon, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison discussed Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle's Social Relationship Management (SRM) Suite and demonstrated how to use big data—and Oracle technology—to make sure your brand is connecting with customers.   
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2012 Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards Announced

Companies from around the world were honored Tuesday for their innovative solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware. This year's 27 award winners, representing 11 countries and a wide span of industries, wowed the judges with a range of projects across eight product categories.[Read More]

Larry Ellison, Mark Hurd, and CNBC's Maria Bartiromo Talk Business: Live from Oracle Openworld

Maria Bartiromo, host of CNBC's Closing Bell, brought the trading floor to the main floor of Oracle OpenWorld Monday and Tuesday for exclusive sit-down interviews with Oracle President Mark Hurd and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. The activity at Oracle OpenWorld rivals any seen during a busy trading day on Wall Street, and Bartiromo's live broadcasts added to the energy here with fast-paced conversations about Oracle's overall business.[Read More]
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