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  • October 18, 2018

Oracle Solaris/SPARC and Cloud Adjacent Solutions at Oracle Open World 2018

Scott Lynn
Director of Product Management GraalVM

If you want to know what sessions at Oracle Open World 2018 are about Oracle Solaris and SPARC, you can find them in the Oracle Solaris and SPARC Focus on Document.

Monday at 11:30am, in Moscone South - Room 214, Bill Nesheim, Senior Vice President, Oracle Solaris Development, Masood Heydari, SVP, Hardware Development, and Brian Bream, Chief Technology Office, Collier-IT, will be speaking about what's happening with Oracle Solaris, SPARC and how they are being used in real-world, mission critical applications to deploy Oracle Solaris/SPARC applications cloud adjacent.  Giving you all the consistency, simplicity and security of Oracle Solaris/SPARC and the monetary advantages of cloud.

  • Oracle Solaris and SPARC technologies are developed through Oracle’s unique vision of coengineering operating systems and hardware together with Oracle Database, Java, and enterprise applications. Discover the advanced features that secure application data with less effort, implement end-to-end encryption, streamline compliance assessment, simplify management of virtual machines, and accelerate performance for Oracle Database and middleware. In this session learn how SPARC/Solaris engineered systems and servers deliver continuous innovation and investment protection to organizations in their journey to the cloud, see examples of cloud-ready infrastructure, and learn Oracle's strategy for future enhancements for Oracle Solaris and SPARC systems.

    Masood Heydari, SVP, Hardware Development, Oracle

    Brian Bream, Chief Technology Officer, Vaske Computer, Inc.

    Bill Nesheim, Senior Vice President, Oracle Solaris Development, Oracle

    Monday, Oct 22, 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. | Moscone South - Room 206

To find out more, join us at Oracle Open World 2018!

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