Thursday Sep 18, 2014

Hello Oracle OpenWorld – 10 days to go

Here is a blog post on the virtualization presence at Oracle OpenWorld by Oracle's Doan Nguyen:

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After you have planned your evenings to see the Five Great Bands, join us in the day for a great line up of informative and thought provoking sessions. Learn useful hands-on practical concepts to take away and apply when you get back. 

GEN8471– Oracle Virtualization Strategy and Roadmap
Virtualization is interesting but do you know how virtualization is deployed, developed and driven revenue for Oracle? Get the insight on how Oracle has ruggedized virtualization for the enterprise and how you can benefit from the experience. While at it, hear Wim talk about the strategy and roadmap.

CON8472 – What's New with Oracle VM Server for x86 and SPARC: A Technical Deep Dive
Look under the hood and see what’s new with Oracle VM for both x86 and SPARC. Join long time product experts John Falkenthal and Honglin Su and you’ll be surprised at what you might have missed.

CON8356 – Oracle's Next Generation Software Defined Networking (SDN) Platform for Public and Private Clouds
Andrew Thomas, Julie Wong and Sam Bendinelli have been very busy. Join this terrifically brilliant trio as they give you an exclusive peek into Oracle’s next generation SDN work they have been brewing.

Do plan to checkout Ronen Kofman’s sessions on OpenStack. A must see. The Hands-on lab is at capacity but you can still join Ronen in his sessions.

Now to get hands-on, there’s no better way than to just do it. Think Database-as-a-service is for the savvy? May be not. Join us in this Hands-On lab, lead by seasoned field experts with deep experience in deploying large enterprise systems and databases.
HOL9122: Build a Private DBaaS Cloud with Oracle VM and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c
Too complicated you say? Too much work? Not really. Using Oracle VM VirtualBox, we’ve pre-built the environment. Join us for the test drive and build your own Database-as-a-service:

Tuesday Apr 09, 2013

Oracle VM expert sessions at Collaborate 13

[Posted on behalf of Doan Nguyen, Principal Product Director, Oracle VM] 

Collaborate 13 first full day kicked off with a bang. Braving the snow storm, both winter birds and yours truly (a tropical bird), braved the 40+ degrees differential in temperature (from the day prior) and snow-filled air to trek to this event. With the big blue bear looking on into the Colorado Convention Center, snow falling on the outside….the many Oracle users packed into sessions.

We also met many product fans travelling from far away to visit us at the Oracle Linux/Oracle VM booth. There are many more sessions to come. First time this year is a drill down on Oracle VM Templates and Oracle Assembly Builder. Join our best practices engineer, Greg King, session 916, Wednesday April 10th, 4:15-5:15 as he dives deep into Oracle VM Templates and how to practices to accelerate your migration to private cloud.

Looking to avoid a painful “forklift” project as you plan on migrating your multi-tier applications to private cloud, then check out, Session 369, Wednesday April 10th, 4:15-5:15 presented by Kai Yu, Oracle ACE Director. You’ll learn from an experts with hands on experience at building Oracle VM Assemblies for private cloud migration and using Enterprise Manager 12c to manage the new environment. 

Stay warm and enjoy the show!

Thanks,
doan 

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Thanks Doan! Your last change to visit the Exhibitor Showcase, which features Oracle VM, Oracle Linux, and Oracle desktop virtualization, is tomorrow, Wednesday, April 9, from 10:30am to 3PM. So stop by and say hi to Doan, Adam, and the other folks at the Oracle booths there!

-Chris 

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