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  • September 12, 2016

Ravello at Oracle OpenWorld 2016

Ravello at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, by Simon Law, Ravello Product Manager

Oracle OpenWorld, the largest conference for Oracle customers, partners, developers and technology enthusiasts starts on September 18th in San Francisco.

The Ravello development team will be out in force at the conference and you will have multiple opportunities to meet with us, in one of our conference sessions, hands-on labs or at the Oracle Infrastructure-as-a Service showcase.

There are 6 Ravello conference sessions for you to choose from, 3 technical sessions and 3 customer case studies.

  1. Running VMware Applications on Any Public Cloud with Nested Virtualization [CON7379]
  2. Hybrid DevOps: Cloud-Based Continuous Integration for Enterprise Applications [CON7382]
  3. Accelerated Product Development and Effective Sales for ISVs with Ravello [CON7744]
  4. How GigaSpaces Uses Ravello for Rapid, On-Demand Environments in the Cloud [CAS7892]
  5. How Intel Security Uses Ravello for Cloud Agility for Its Data Center Products [CAS7390]
  6. How SimSpace Uses Ravello to Clone Data Centers for Cybersecurity Practice [CAS7380]

You will also have an opportunity to try out Oracle Ravello Cloud Service in our hands-on lab sessions; this will run every day in the Mendocino room at the Nikko Hotel.

If you have questions related to Ravello, you can come and talk to us at the Ravello demo booth in the Infrastructure-as-a Service showcase area in Moscone South. Members of the Ravello development team will be there Monday to Wednesday from 10:15am to 5:30pm during exhibition hall hours.

For details on all the Ravello sessions, including the date and time, and the locations, please see Focus on Oracle Ravello Cloud Service.

We hope to see you there!

Ravello Team

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