Architect Day Artifacts
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on May 20, 2010
In the last eight days the Oracle Technology Network Architect Day tour has stopped in Dallas, Anaheim (Disneyland, to be precise) , and at Oracle HQ in Redwood Shores, CA.
I was on-scene for the Dallas event, where I pulled a TMZ-style ambush on Chris Benedict from the Oracle Enterprise Solutions Group to capture this short video.
The other presenters escaped. But the slide decks from several of the presentations are now available on Slideshare:
- IT Optimization: Reduce Data Center Costs and Set the Foundation for Future Growth
as presented by Alan Levine, Oracle Enterprise Architect Senior Director
- Implementing Applications with SOA and Application Integration Architecture
as presented by Vish Gaitonde, Director, Ecosystem Strategy, Application Integration Architecture
- Application Grid: Platform for Virtualization and Consolidation of Your Java Applications
as presented by Sam Shah, Director, SOA and Integration, Oracle Enterprise Solutions Group
- Infrastructure Consolidation and Virtualization
as presented by Steve Bennett, also a Director with the Oracle Enterprise Solutions Group
- Security in a Cloudy Architecture
as presented by Geri Born, Security Specialist with the Oracle Enterprise Solutions Group
I'll post more Architect Day presentations as soon as I track them down.
A special thank you to Oracle ACE Directors Jordan Braunstein, Billy Tong, and Kai Yu, who were on hand in Dallas, and to fellow ACE Directors Basheer Khan and Floyd Teter for their participation in the Anaheim event. (Floyd and his iPad came through again, allowing me to record the Anaheim panel discussion via Skype while sitting in my home office in Cleveland.)
That audio, as well as audio from the panel discussion and a roundtable from the Dallas event, will be available soon as ArchBeat podcast programs.
If you attended one of these events, a big thanks. Your active participation, your questions and input, are what these events are all about. As new cities are added to the tour, we expect more of the same from the OTN architect community. And did I mention that the food is free?
So stay tuned...
Cross-posted to the ArchBeat blog