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Conversation Starter

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 drives the next cloud conversation.

November/December 2015


Oracle OpenWorld 2015 in San Francisco started Sunday, October 25, and ended Thursday, October 29. Oracle customers, partners, and technologists have checked out of their hotels, and city streets have reopened.

Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Launch the Slideshow

But even though the keynotes, receptions, sessions, and various and sundry events have ended and exhibition halls have closed, the Oracle OpenWorld conversation continues. Take a look back at some Oracle OpenWorld 2015 conversation starters.

Information Is Key

Keynotes are always a big deal. Oracle and its partners—including Infosys, Intel, and Wipro—delivered Oracle OpenWorld keynotes from Sunday through Wednesday. Keynote highlights and full videos are available on demand.

Conversation Is Everywhere

Some Oracle OpenWorld conversations start at a reception. Other conversations start in an exhibition hall. Many conversations start just about anywhere people can communicate, whether it’s in person, in app, in groups, or even in the pool.

A Show of Appreciation

The Oracle Appreciation Event is always an amazing experience. This year’s event on Treasure Island included spectacular views of San Francisco Bay, fantastic food and drink, fun and games, and musical performances from Elton John and Beck.

JavaOne: Celebrating 20 Years

JavaOne was in session October 25–29 in San Francisco. Java technologists, Duke, and robots celebrated Java’s 20th anniversary. For younger Java enthusiasts, the JavaOne4Kids event was held on Saturday, October 24.

Watch the JavaOne Keynotes On Demand


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