Power Your Cloud with Oracle Fusion Middleware
By Dain C. Hansen on Jun 27, 2011
Introducing the biggest and most strategic event for Fusion Middleware this year: Power your Cloud with Oracle Fusion Middleware. Running in over 50 cities across the globe, this event is aimed at Architects, IT Managers, and technical leaders like you who are using Fusion Middleware or trying to learn more about middleware in the context of Cloud computing. Join us for a special kickoff on Wednesday, June 29th in Chicago for the first event in North America. This event features an exclusive keynote from Rick Schultz, VP of Technology Product Marketing.
Cloud is certainly all the rage. But what can we make of it? According to Alex Andrianopoulos, Vice President Product Marketing for Fusion Middleware states, “Not since Java was unveiled have we seen something so transformative hit the industry. The promised benefits of Cloud are many, significant, and deliver value to both IT organizations as well as the Line of Business. The benefits range from lower data center costs, to significantly reduced environmental impact, to the ability to capture more of the opportunities that market present through increased agility in resource deployment and dramatically reduced time to market.”
With an ROI so promising, why isn’t everyone on Cloud already? It’s a question a lot of IT managers are struggling with. While the promised benefits of Cloud computing can be immense, achieving them requires much more than the adoption of a new architecture, or the virtualization of servers, or the outsourcing of some or all of the IT resources. These may be useful steps towards moving to a Cloud computing blueprint, but on their own do not deliver Cloud computing and its associated benefits to the enterprise.
This is exactly what we’ll be addressing in the event series, ways you can leverage Complete, Open and Integrated capabilities of Oracle Fusion Middleware today to get one step closer to Cloud. Whether you’re:
- Leveraging Exalogic Elastic Cloud to consolidate your applications
- Improving agility with Oracle SOA to generate a foundation for shared data services
- Securing and managing your Cloud using Oracle Identity Management and Oracle Enterprise Manager
- Migrating from mainframe to Cloud using Oracle Tuxedo, Coherence and GoldenGate
- Building applications in the Cloud swiftly and easier with Oracle’s WebCenter Suite
Learn more about Oracle Fusion Middleware and Cloud computing today on the Oracle.com website by going to http://www.Oracle.com/goto/Middleware4Cloud