IRM at Oracle Open World 2008

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Oracle Open World 2008 starts today in downtown San Francisco. No expense spared as they close off Howard Street for the entire duration of the event. Wednesday evening Treasure Island, in the middle of the bay, will host concerts headlined by Elvis Costello, Seal and UB40 (Will Red Red Wine become the new Oracle anthem?). The phrase "paint the town red" really does apply this week!


I will be attending all week and will be joined by key members of the Oracle IRM team. Andy Peet, sat with me now and helping me with this article, is the product manager for IRM. Ensuring we listen to customers, Andy has been visiting some high profile strategic companies in the week leading up to OOW as well as enduring my poor humour. Ryan Carroll, VP of IRM Engineering, is also flying in tonight and will be joining us in the DEMOgrounds at stand A9. Ryan heads up the awesome development team based in Reading, England. Last, but not least, Dr Martin Lambert will be with us. Martin is the creator and founder of the Oracle IRM technology who has recently moved from the UK to the bay area, bringing his expertise to Oracle HQ.

Simon at Oracle Open World 2008

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Andy Peet at Oracle Open World 2008
"The OpenWorld opening keynote is going to show some really exciting integration work between Oracle IRM and Beehive."
Andy Peet
Oracle IRM will get its first main exposure during OpenWorld in the Charles Phillips and Chuck Rozwat keynote speech at 9am PST in Moscone North, Hall D. You can also view it streamed live or on demand via Oracle.com. I asked Andy for an insight into what the keynote will offer;

"They will be demonstrating a ground breaking integration of Oracle Information Rights Management with Oracle Beehive; showing the use of IRM in work spaces and document versioning. It's so cool, make sure you don't miss it.


Work space users' rights are delegated directly from their rights in Beehive, so if a user's rights are changed in Beehive they are automatically changed in all of their documents. Document versioning enables a new version of a document to be issued and stops users from accessing older versions ensuring they always have up-to-date information. This integration, whilst fully operational, is based on the next generation IRM Server, our 11g release. It is not currently available, but has been prototyped for this presentation by great collaborative work between the Beehive and IRM development teams. Great work guys!"

So come and meet the team during Open World, we are in the DEMOgrounds area at booth A9 and have a pretty slick demonstration setup. We are able to show the new UCM and IRM integration, sealed email and many other aspects of this exciting technology.

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