By Larry Wake on Sep 17, 2013
One of the better reasons to attend Oracle OpenWorld is the chance to discuss with your peers what they're doing with the same technologies -- and the same business challenges that you have.
That's why, to my mind, customer panels are one of the more worthwhile types of sessions to attend. I know last year we had a great interactive session with several Oracle Solaris customers on the panel. At that time, one of the hot topics was the still-kinda-new Oracle Solaris 11 release; now that everyone's got a lot more experience with it under their collective belt, I suspect there will be even more to share.
Speaking of panels, another hot ticket every year is the Solaris engineering panel. This year, the participants are Darren Moffat, Bart Smaalders, Liane Praza, and Nicolas Droux, and they're prepared to cover a lot of ground.
And finally, this year we'll also have a panel featuring 3rd party Oracle Solaris developers -- the "ISV Insights" session. This is where to find out where our partners are finding solutions to business issues for both their customers and themselves.
The key to all of these is the interactivity with the audience, and we always get some great questions. Bring yours along, and we'll do our best to provide great answers. Follow the links below to sign up now!
Monday, September 23
1:45 PM - Customer Panel: Oracle Solaris in Action
(CON6997, Westin San Francisco - City)
Tuesday, September 24
3:45 PM - Panel: Insights and Directions from Oracle Solaris Engineering
(CON9065, Westin San Francisco - City)
Wednesday, September 25
11:45 AM - Panel: Oracle Solaris and ISV Insights
(CON9209, Westin San Francisco - City)