How Do You Take Your Java Embedded?

Lights, camera, action! In case you missed last week’s Java focused PartnerCast, we got the scoop right here. From the background and benefits of Oracle’s Device to Data Center platform, to an update on Java Embedded products – we even had Oracle customer Eurotech stop by to discuss their experience with Java and Oracle Diamond level member Hitachi. As always, we took live questions from our partner audience on Twitter @Oraclepartners

Ed Zou, Vice President of Product Management, joined our host and Group Vice President of Worldwide Java Sales, Geoff Morton, to discuss some of the challenges businesses are facing today, and how Oracle Java Embedded and Device to Data Center solutions align to remedy them. Watch the background and benefits of Oracle’s Device to Data Center platform video below:

Up next we had Henrik Stahl, Senior Director of Product Management to discuss some exciting Oracle Java Embedded updates with Geoff. Henrik not only touched on what was new with Java, he also shared how Java Embedded developments add value for the whole Oracle stack and improve the overall Java platform. He also took some thought provoking questions from our partner audience. You can watch the Java Embedded video below:

Finally, we were thrilled to have Oracle customer, Eurotech, a world leader in Embedded computing technology, join us in Oracle’s studio. Hilary Tomasson, Vice President of Marketing for Eurotech North America, discussed the solution Eurotech has built using Oracle’s Java Embedded technology and their partnership with Hitachi. She also mentions some vital use cases where Java’s solution is adding value to customers and partners in the cloud. Watch Eurotech’s experience with Java and Oracle Diamond level member Hitachi, in this video:

If you haven’t already been able to tell, Java is everywhere and in everything! So grab a cup of coffee and settle in to this new and exciting world. 

With Cream and Sugar,

The OPN Communications Team

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