Showcasing the #1 App Server, WebLogic, at this year's OpenWorld and JavaOne

We have a jam-packed and very exciting agenda for WebLogic at this year's OpenWorld. Here are some of the highlights (editor's pick, if you may):

Monday Sessions:
Don't miss Mike Lehmann's classic presentation on WebLogic roadmap: Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Server Roadmap at Moscone South – 306 from 5-6pm.

Another classic, Best Practices for Managing Oracle WebLogic Server at Moscone South 306 as well from 2-3pm

The talk on Cloud Services Strategy maybe of interest to many of you thinking about how to setup your infrastructure for cloud computing. This is taking place at Moscone West 3005 from 11-12pm

Last but not least Adam Messinger, Oracle VP of Development, is discussing Java SE Roadmap at Moscone South 305 from 3.30-4.30pm.

Tuesday Sessions:

Tuesday is full of our customers sharing their experiences. In the customer panel come and learn about this year’s most impressive customer projects, in Moscone West 3007 from 11.45-12.45.

Hear Agilent and M2Mi talk about their WebLogic vs JBoss and Tomcat experience in Moscone South 306 from 11.45-12.45. Alas, you will have to choose between these sessions!

Listen to P&G’s Journey into the Cloud: The what, how, and why of cloud computing in consumer goods at Palace Hotel (twin peaks north) from 10.15-11.15am.

Wednesday Sessions:

Continuing on the theme of focusing on our customers, hear from Northern Trust about ‘Which Cloud Computing Approach is Right for you?’ in Moscone South 306 at 10.15am.

This is followed by a customer panel which includes Turkcell Teknoloji, CCC Information Services, Natura Cosméticos S/A also in Moscone South 306 at 1.15pm.

For the developer amongst us, listen to the session on ‘Working with the Spring Framework on WebLogic’ in Marriott Marquis Salon 7 at 11.45AM.

Another developer session focuses on WebLogic Server and Oracle RAC also in Marriott Marquis Salon 7 at 1.15pm.

Don’t miss Larry Ellisons's Keynote at 2.45!

Thursday Sessions:
Come to the session on virtualizing the application infrastructure which focuses on the unique Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder in Moscone South 305 at 9am.
Again, a developer focused session of interest may be ‘Cloud Enabled Java Persistence with Oracle TopLink’ Marriott Marquis Salon 7 at 10.30AM.

Phew! But wait we are not done yet. Now for the JavaOne Sessions.

Monday, October 3

11:00 AM -  12:00 PM

Auto-scaling Cluster in the Cloud

Hotel Nikko - Carmel I / II / III

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Java EE Web Container in the Cloud

Hilton San Francisco - Imperial Ballroom A

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

State Management in Java

Hilton San Francisco - Plaza A/B

7:00 PM - 7:45 PM

Java EE 6 Tools Support: What Do You Need?

Parc 55 - Market Street

Tuesday, October 4

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Cloud-Enabled Java Persistence

Hilton San Francisco - Imperial Ballroom B

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Is There Fresh Air in the Cloud for Application Servers?

Hilton San Francisco - Grand Ballroom B

Wednesday, October 5

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Clusters in the Clouds: Dynamically Scaling Application Server Clusters with the Cloud

Hilton San Francisco - Imperial Ballroom B

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

The Road to Java EE 7: Is It All About the Cloud?

 Hilton San Francisco - Imperial Ballroom A

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Java EE 6 Development in Eclipse

Parc 55 - Embarcadero

Thursday, October 6

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Java EE Cluster Management Strategies

Hilton San Francisco - Imperial Ballroom B

And don’t miss the hands on labs on WebLogic on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. These focus on developing with Weblogic Server, WebLogic Security, and production-time problem solving. Go visit the demo pods, which I am going to write about in detail in a couple of days.

For a complete guide to all WebLogic and cloud application foundation sessions read our Focus On document.

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