Sunday programming at Oracle OpenWorld combines product information and strategy with customer stories to help attendees discover and chart their journey to the cloud. Driven by over 180 sessions led by independent user groups and Oracle, the theme will focus on customer choice and how customers can modernize and extend their on premise solutions through Oracle Cloud and community engagement with user groups. Below is a sampling of some of the content themes taking place on Sunday at OpenWorld.
Migrate Applications and Databases to the Cloud
Oracle’s cloud infrastructure enables existing on premise applications and databases to be easily moved to the cloud while preserving ownership of administration, customization, and security. You’ll hear how customers can move Oracle and other applications to Oracle Cloud, automate workload migrations to the cloud, and migrate from a traditional data center to an open cloud infrastructure. Attendees will also hear about strategy and thought processes customers have faced when considering private or public cloud, along with implementation strategies, lessons learned, and integration setup.
Connect and Extend On-Premise with Cloud
Organizations are increasingly leveraging SaaS solutions and cloud services to augment and integrate with their on premise solutions. Sunday sessions will highlight how to modernize and extend on premise applications with SaaS and PaaS solutions, integrate across deployment options, and succeed in a hybrid environment.
Develop and Deploy Applications in the Cloud
The Oracle Cloud platform also enables developers to easily and quickly develop modern Java and mobile applications across multiple languages, frameworks, and libraries, including Java EE and Java SE to Node.js, Python, JRuby, and PHP. A sampling of sessions and topics include agile methodology and DevOps adoption simplified; transitioning Oracle application development framework to the cloud; containers and microservices, deploying SPARC infrastructure for Dev/Test in Oracle Cloud; and emerging technologies such as Blockchain. These sessions complement Oracle Code and JavaOne and will immerse developers in new tools.
These sessions will run on Sunday, October 1, from 9:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in Moscone South and the Marriott Marquis. For a complete listing along with session details, see the Oracle OpenWorld Session Catalog. With Schedule Builder now live, don’t forget to log into your Oracle account, so you can build a customized schedule for the conference.
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