Sexta-feira Mai 28, 2010

Oracle PartnerNetwork Days FY11 - Free, Live & Online!

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The Oracle EMEA Partner Event of the Year
FREE, LIVE & ONLINE!

 

New products. New specializations. New opportunities. Find out how you can use them to build your Oracle business even faster and more effectively in 2010/11.

The date for your diary is the 29th of June 2010, at 11:00 GMT. And this summer's event is bigger and better than ever. You will learn:

  • What Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems means for your business and your customers
  • How Oracle Specialization can help you grow faster and smarter, and how Oracle partners from across the region are already benefitting
  • Why Oracle's latest technology, applications, middleware and hardware products and solutions offer you unbeatable new business opportunities
  • How Oracle's partner program is evolving to help partners succeed with a live link to the Oracle FY11 Global Partner Kickoff
  • How specialization has helped a former Microsoft executive become one of the world's most successful social entrepreneurs

You'll also have the chance to network with Oracle experts and other partners, and download valuable collateral from specially constructed virtual information booths. Plus, at the end of the event, submit your feedback form for the chance to win two passes to Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco this September!

Don't miss out! REGISTER TODAY! for this exciting, exclusive online event.

Visit here for more information and to view the complete agenda

We look forward to welcoming you on the 29th of June!

Yours sincerely,

Stein Surlien
Senior Vice President, Alliances & Channels, Oracle EMEA

PS. The Oracle PartnerNetwork Days Virtual Event will be followed by "Oracle PartnerNetwork Days Executive Forums", and "Oracle PartnerNetwork Days Satellite Events" in various countries. Please look out for further communications from your local Oracle team.

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Sexta-feira Mar 26, 2010

Innovative SPARC: Lighting a Fire Under Oracle's New Hardware Business

"There's a certain level of things you can do with commercially available parts," says Oracle Executive Vice President Mike Splain. But, he notes, you can do so much more if you design the parts yourself.

Mike Splain,
EVP, Oracle

You can, for example, design cryptographic accelerators into your microprocessors so customers can run their networks fully encrypted if they choose.

Of course, it helps if you've already built multiple processing "cores" into those chips so they can handle all that encrypting and decrypting while still getting their other work done.

System on a Chip

As the leader of Oracle Microelectronics, Mike knows how implementing clever innovations in silicon can give systems a real competitive advantage.

The SPARC microprocessors that his team designed at Sun pioneered the concept of multiple cores several years ago, and the UltraSPARC T2 processor--the industry's first "system on a chip"--packs up to eight cores per chip, each running as many as eight threads at once. That's the most cores and threads of any general-purpose processor.

Looking back, Mike points out that the real value of large enterprise-class servers was their ability to run a lot of very large applications in parallel.

"The beauty of our CMT [chip multi-threading] machines is you can get that same kind of parallel-processing capability at a much lower cost and in a much smaller footprint," he says.

The Whole Stack

What has Mike excited these days is that suddenly the opportunity to innovate is much bigger as part of Oracle.

"In my group, we used to look up the software stack and say, 'We can do any innovation we want, provided the only thing we have to change is what's in the Solaris operating system'--or maybe Java," he says. "If we wanted to change things beyond that, we'd have to go outside the walls of Sun and we'd have to convince the vendors: 'You have to align with us, you have to test with us, you have to build for us, and then you'll reap the benefits.' Now we get access to the entire stack. We can look all the way through the stack and say, 'Okay, what would make the database go faster? What would make the middleware go faster?'"

Changing the World

Mike and his microelectronics team also like the fact that Oracle is not just any software company. We're #1 in database, middleware, business intelligence, and more.

"We're like all the other engineers from Sun; we believe we can change the world, if we can just figure out how to get people to pay attention to us," he says. "Now there's a mechanism at Oracle--much more so than we ever had at Sun."

He notes, too, that every innovation in SPARC has involved some combination of hardware and software
optimization.

"Take our cryptography framework, for example. Sure, we can accelerate rapidly, but the Solaris OS has to provide the right set of interfaces that applications can tap into," Mike says. "Same thing with our multicore architecture. We have to have software that can utilize all those threads and run in parallel."

His engineers, he points out, have never been interested in producing chips that sell as mere components.

"Our chips are always designed to go into systems and be combined with various pieces of software," he says. "Our job is to enable the creation of systems."

Sexta-feira Mar 12, 2010

Oracle + Sun Product Strategy Webcast Series

The Oracle + Sun Product Strategy Webcast series is composed of informative, on-demand sessions that offer strategies for Sun's major product lines related to the company combination, explain how Oracle will deliver more innovation to our customers, and outline our approach to protecting customers' investments.

Ranging from 5 to 27 minutes each, the Webcasts cover the strategies for hardware, systems, software, solutions, and partners.

In addition, Judson Althoff, SVP, Worldwide Alliances and Channels, Oracle, followed up the Webcast series with a video FAQ to help answer the following top partner questions about the Oracle + Sun combination and the OPN Specialized program:

  • What is the impact the overall combined company will have on the partners?
  • What are Oracle's plans for selling direct and what is the impact to partners?
  • How will Sun partners integrate into OPN Specialized?
  • As a Sun partner, am I automatically migrated into OPN Specialized?
  • Will Oracle continue to partner with other hardware vendors?
  • How will Oracle map existing Sun investments and certifications into OPN Specialized?
  • As a Sun partner new to Oracle, where should I be placing my focus?
  • What can partners expect to see relative to Exadata V2?
  • How do content delivery platforms (CDPs) fit into the Oracle framework?
  • How do existing Sun Partners place orders?


Quarta-feira Fev 10, 2010

Oracle + Sun - Product Strategy Webcasts and Developer FAQs

Oracle has finalized the Sun transaction. We know that you have many questions about this combination, and some of them we can answer now -- via the links below.

 

  • Webcasts: Product Strategy
    These informative, on-demand sessions offer strategies for Sun's major software technologies (including GlassFish, NetBeans, and JavaFX) related to the combination, explain how Oracle will deliver more innovation to our customers, and outline our approach to protecting customers' investments. View the Webcasts

  • Webcast: Larry Ellison on the Oracle + Sun Strategy and Thomas Kurian on Software Strategy
    In a live event on Jan. 27, 2010, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, along with executives from Oracle and Sun, outlined the strategy for the combined companies, product roadmaps, and how customers will benefit from having all components--hardware, operating system, database, middleware, and applications--engineered to work together. Watch the Webcast

  • Overview and FAQ: Developer Community
    Get information about the short- and long-term plans for JavaOne, java.sun.com, Oracle's support for Java User Groups, and more. Read the FAQ

  • Overview and FAQ: Java Development Tools
    Have questions about the future and relationship between Oracle JDeveloper, NetBeans, and Eclipse? This FAQ has the answers. Read the FAQ

Segunda-feira Jan 25, 2010

Oracle + Sun Strategy Update - Live Event: 27/Jan/10 às 17h

Oracle Corporation

Live Webcast. Oracle and Sun: Software, Hardware, Complete. Sun Oracle

Transforming the Way You Buy, Run, and Manage 
Your Business Systems

Join Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, along with executives from Oracle and Sun, for a live Webcast on January 27. Learn about the strategy for the combined companies post close, product roadmaps, and how you, our customers, will benefit from having all components--hardware, operating system, database, middleware, and applications--engineered to work together.

Only Oracle + Sun will be able to:

  • Offer a broad range of products, including servers, storage, networking, and software
  • Integrate all your components--servers, operating system, storage, database, middleware, and applications--for unmatched performance, reliability, and security
  • Simplify IT management and reduce system deployment and integration costs
  • Continue to drive innovation in SPARC, Solaris, the Java platform, and many other technologies

Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about how this powerful combination will transform the IT industry. 

You can watch the replay at www.oracle.com/sun.



Wed., January 27, 2010
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. PT
12 noon - 5:00 p.m. ET


If you are unable to attend live, please watch the on-demand replay.
SOFTWARE. HARDWARE. COMPLETE.
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