Oracle OpenWorld 2019 San Francisco is next week!
Here is a preview of what's happening around Oracle Solaris and SPARC technologies, which provide you with unique consistency, simplicity and security to optimize and modernize your IT infrastructure for enterprise applications, database and data analytics.
You can visit and bookmark the following link to see all the details, including time and location for these important sessions, and to plan your participation: Focus on Oracle Solaris and SPARC at Oracle OpenWorld 2019 in San Francisco
For an update on the recent developments and strategy for Oracle Solaris and SPARC, check out session PRO4962 - presented twice to allow you to optimize your schedule - by Bill Nesheim, Senior Vice President of Oracle Solaris Development, who will be joined by Jan-Pier Loonstra, Architect - KPN. In addition, there will be a wealth of other opportunities to learn about these technologies in conference sessions, plus a hands-on-lab.
Joost Pronk will be presenting on how the Oracle Solaris OS makes it easy to lift-n-shift workloads to new platforms (PRO4969), the flexibility and performance of Oracle Solaris virtualization (PRO4972), and strategies to improve security and simplify compliance (PRO4964). Joost will be joined by Martin Mueller and Rudolf Rotheneder, CEO - cons4you, to discuss continuous observability of systems and applications (PRO4970). In addition, Joost and Martin will conduct a Hands-on-Lab on pulling analytics data from Oracle Solaris through the REST API (HOL4974). If you're interested in data management, Cindy Swearingen will talk about securing and simplifying it with Oracle Solaris and ZFS (PRO4971).
I'm excited about co-presenting with Tamara Laborde, Oracle Premier Support Director, on how to optimize support for database and apps infrastructure (PRO5003). I'll also be leading two other sessions, discussing how to implement end-to-end security on cloud infrastructure (TIP5253), and the advantages of SPARC systems for deploying database and Java services on private clouds (TIP5255).
We are looking forward to seeing you at Oracle OpenWorld!