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  • January 23, 2019

Introducing Kevin Hudson

Steven Chan
Senior Director

Kevin Hudson will be leading the ATG Product Management team. 

Kevin Hudson is a Senior Director in the Oracle Applications Technology Group.  In addition to his new responsibilities leading the Applications Technology Product Management team, Kevin also works on the architecture of the 12.2 E-Business Suite Technology stack.

Kevin began his career with Oracle UK in 1990 and relocated to Oracle Headquarters in Redwood Shores in 1992, where he worked as an engineer in the Oracle Financials Development team.   In 1995, Kevin transitioned to the E-Business Suite Technology team, where he had responsibility for managing the development of Oracle Workflow and Integration Products, including EDI/XML Gateway, and the Integration Repository.  In 2010, Kevin moved to an architecture role, designing and implementing the 12.2 Online Patching technology.

Kevin holds four software patents for his design work on the 12.2 E-Business Suit Online Patching solution.  Kevin is a two-time recipient of the UK Oracle User Group speaker award (2014, 2015) and received the UK Oracle User Group Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018.

Kevin is British, bald and boisterous.

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Comments ( 4 )
  • Venkanna Mittakanti Wednesday, January 23, 2019
    Kevin, Congratulations!

    Steven's BLOG was great source information for Oracle EBS Applications Technology.

    I am sure that we will be getting the latest updates in the EBS tech stack and related articles from your team as well on regular basis.

    Thanks,
    Venkanna "Venkat Reddy" Mittakanti
  • Alyssa Johnson Thursday, January 24, 2019
    Congratulations Kevin!

    And best wishes on your next chapter Steven!

    ~ Alyssa
  • Amit Prashant Thursday, January 24, 2019
    Congratulation Kevin

    Hope Oracle use your expertise to make R 12.2 Online Patching a true Online Patching with no downtime. In my view, I can call this is 10 Downtime Patching rather than Online. There must be a better way to implement this if technical expert people will think out of the box
  • John Gunja Friday, January 25, 2019
    Steven,
    Thanks for everything you have done for this blog over the years!
    Kevin,
    Looking forward to hear from you, keep writing!

    Thanks,
    --John.
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