Application Grid Demos at Oracle OpenWorld
By Ruma Sanyal on Sep 15, 2010
This year at Oracle OpenWorld we have a very exciting array of demo booths for the application grid products. The demo booths for all fusion middleware are located at Moscone West . Here are some highlights of the demos:
Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g demopod is located at W-203. See WebLogic Server execute without an operating system, making for the most optmized Java EE execution stack for virtualization in the world. Meet representatives from the Oracle WebLogic Server team and get a chance to discuss Oracle's latest enhancements to WebLogic Server.
Oracle Coherence demo is located at W-204. Oracle Coherence is the industry's leading in-memory data grid solution, enabling businesses to achieve predictable scalability, unmatched performance and data reliability for enterprise-wide applications. Oracle Coherence enables applications to work with massive data sets in-memory, while simultaneously simplifying the infrastructure of the data grid.
Oracle's Java Virtual Machine demo at W-202 invites you to meet representatives from the Oracle Java teams and get a chance to discuss Oracle's new Java offerings. You will get demonstrations of the Flight Recorder diagnostics feature, JRockit Real Time and the G1 garbage collector. Take this opportunity to ask the JVM developers anything you ever wanted to know about Java
Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder demo at W-205 showcases that deploying multi-tier applications into virtualized environments does not have to be a complicated process any more. Come see how Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder can simplify the task of packaging and automatically deploying complete customized multi-tier applications as a collection of inter-related software appliances.
Oracle Tuxedo demopod is located at W-190. Oracle Tuxedo provides mainframe-class scale and performance on open, distributed systems for software written in C, C++, and COBOL, and scripting languages and is the premier platform for "rehosting" mainframe applications on mainstream hardware.
For more details, please visit us at the Oracle OpenWorld page.