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Join the Oracle Linux and Virtualization Team in London at Oracle OpenWorld Europe

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The Oracle OpenWorld Global Series continues with our next stop at ExCeL London, February 12–13, 2020. With just 5 days left to register, you’ll want to sign up now for your complementary pass and reserve your place.

Across the two days, you can immerse yourself in the infinite possibilities of a data-driven world.

Wednesday, 12 February | Insight Starts Here | Outpace Change with Intelligence

Explore how leading companies—faced with an ever-accelerating pace of change—are unlocking insights with data to re-engineer the core of their business, elevate the value they deliver to customers, pioneer new ways of working, and drive completely new opportunities.

Thursday, 13 February | Innovation Starts Here | Technology-Powered Possibilities

Dive deep into the transformational and autonomous technologies fundamentally changing work and life. Fuel innovation by pulling value from vast amounts of data at scale and unleashing opportunities with AI and machine learning and a long list of featured speakers and luminaries. We look forward to seeing you there.

Be sure to add these two sessions to your agenda:

Wim Coekaerts, SVP, Software Development, will present a Solution Keynote: Cloud Platform and Middleware Strategy and Roadmap [SOL1194-LON]

Thursday, Feb 13 | 09:00 - 10:20 | Arena F - Zone 6

In this session, Wim Coekaerts will discuss the strategy and vision for Oracle’s comprehensive cloud platform services and on-premise software. Customers are on a number of journeys to the cloud: moving and modernizing workloads out of data centers; transitioning off on-premises apps to SaaS; innovating with new API-first, chatbot-based container native applications; optimizing IT operations and security from the cloud; and getting real-time insight leveraging big data and analytics from the cloud. Hear from customers about how they leverage Oracle Cloud for their digital transformation. And hear how Oracle’s application development, integration, systems management, and security solutions leverage artificial intelligence to drive cost savings and operational efficiency for hybrid and multicloud ecosystems.

Simon Coter, Product Management Director, Oracle Linux and Virtualization, delivers a Breakout Session: Tools and Techniques for Modern Cloud Native Development [SES1270-LON] 

Thursday, Feb 13 | 13:05 - 13:40 | Arena C - Zone 2

Simon Coter will explore the tools, techniques, and strategies you can apply using Oracle Linux to help you evolve toward a cloud native future. On-premise or in the cloud, you'll learn how Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment enables you to deploy reliable, secure, and scalable applications. You will also discover how Kubernetes, Docker, CRI-O, and Kata Containers, available for free with Oracle Linux Premier Support, and Oracle VM VirtualBox deliver an exceptional DevSecOps solution.

Explore all of the conference’s content through the detailed content catalogue and attend keynote sessions and other sessions of your interest.

Join Us at The Exchange | Zone 3

Talk with product experts and experience the latest Oracle Linux and Oracle Virtualization technologies first hand. You’ll find us at two stands in Zone 3 of The Exchange.

Don’t miss the Raspberry Pi “Mini” Super Computer search for aliens!  @ Groundbreakers Hub | Zone 3   

Mini is the sibling of Super Pi, the super computer demonstrated at Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco in October, 2019, and among the top 10 Raspberry Pi projects last year.  Mini is a portable Pi cluster in a large pelican-like case on wheels with 84 Raspberry Pi 3B+ boards running Oracle Linux 8. Check out Mini as it searches for aliens with SETI@home.

 

Bold ideas. Breakthrough technologies. Better possibilities. It all starts here. Register now.

We look forward to meeting you in London.

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