8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.
Hotel Nikko San Francisco, Nikko Ballrooms II & III
With nearly two decades of progressive innovation, Java continues to be the dominant technology solution for enterprises worldwide, and drives an ever-growing ecosystem of over nine million developers. During that time, Java has shipped on over 10 billion embedded devices. These two worlds rarely intersected—until now. Today, companies are considering how they can use intelligent devices—such as sensors or smart meters—to learn more about their operations so they can offer differentiated customer solutions in order to improve revenue opportunities. In the opening keynote, Judson Althoff, senior vice president of Worldwide Alliances and Channels and Embedded Sales for Oracle, will discuss how Java’s device to data center reach offers customers and partners—across a range of industries—significant business advantage by minimizing development costs, testing cycles, and time-to-market, while maximizing application reuse, solution flexibility, and end-to-end security.
Judson Althoff, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Alliances and Channels and Embedded Sales Read Full Bio
Judson Althoff is senior vice president, Worldwide Alliances and Channels and Embedded Sales at Oracle Corporation. He has worked for Oracle for more than 12 years, both in Chicago and at Oracle's corporate headquarters in Redwood Shores, California. Althoff is responsible for the ongoing development and execution of Oracle's Alliances and Channels programs and strategies, partner revenue-generating business initiatives, Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and the OPN Specialized program, and the models for managing all of Oracle's more than 21,000 partners. He also manages Oracle ISV/OEM and Java sales globally.
Althoff was named a Top Channel Leader or Executive by CRN magazine from 2008 to 2011, and was also a CRN magazine Channel Chief from 2009 to 2011. Prior to his current role at Oracle, he was responsible for marketing, sales, and technical relationships with Oracle's strategic platform and distribution partners, and served as head of Oracle's Technology Channel Program Office. In this position, he developed technology and applications initiatives and go-to-market programs with Oracle's top partners, targeting midsize businesses. These programs have become some of the fastest-growing business units within Oracle.
Before joining Oracle, Althoff was an area business development manager and district sales manager for EMC Corporation. In this capacity, he was responsible for a team of direct and indirect sales staff in a five-state region in the midwestern United States.
Althoff holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology.
Freescale's Connected Intelligence makes the Internet of Things possible with a comprehensive, solution-based approach to hardware, software and services and a world-class ecosystem of partners. Through secure platforms, seamless communication, and the scalability of microcontrollers to multicore MPUs, Freescale's solutions accelerate development, ease maintenance and enable creation of devices engineered change the world. David Patterson, Vice President and General Manager of Freescale's Multimedia Applications Division discusses how Freescale and Java increase the intelligence of our connected world, and enable new business models and customer reach.
Henri Richard, Senior Vice President, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer
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Henri Richard is senior vice president, chief sales and marketing officer for Freescale Semiconductor. Prior to joining Freescale in September 2007, Henri was executive vice president and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at AMD. He oversaw AMD’s international sales force, corporate marketing and field marketing initiatives.
Henri joined AMD in 2002 as group vice president of worldwide sales. Previously, Henri was executive vice president of worldwide field operations at WebGain, Inc., a privately held provider of Java software for Fortune 500 companies. Prior to that, he was president of the Computer Products Group at Bell Microproducts and vice president, worldwide sales and support for IBM’s Technology Group. He also held senior executive positions with Seagate Technology, Karma International and Metrologie International. Henri brings a global perspective to Freescale, having led worldwide sales and marketing efforts in the Asian, European and American markets for more than 30 years.
Henri holds a bachelor’s degree in science and technology from Ecole Nationale de Radiotechnique et Electronique Appliquee in France.
9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Hotel Nikko San Francisco, Nikko Ballrooms II & III
Since its inception, Java has expanded relentlessly to bring the power of secure, connected computing to the activities of everyday life. And with the ever-growing embedded market, enterprises worldwide are using Java as the force behind intelligent devices to offer truly unique and differentiated solutions to customers. With new embedded business opportunities come new technical challenges, which Java continues to solve. With Oracle’s ongoing investment and stewardship, Java is well positioned to offer companies greater business productivity and reduced technical complexity in developing embedded solutions. In this keynote, Hasan Rizvi, Oracle senior vice president–Product Development, will provide detailed insight into Oracle’s portfolio of and roadmap for Java embedded solutions, showcasing how Java will remain the premier embedded platform well into the future.
Hasan Rizvi, Executive Vice President, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java
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As senior vice president of Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java product development, Hasan Rizvi is responsible for Oracle's application server; service-oriented architecture; application and data integration; content management and portal; identity management and security; and Java product development, product management, and architecture. Previously. Rizvi was vice president of Oracle Enterprise Manager, responsible for the company's data center automation products.
Prior to returning to Oracle in 2001, Rizvi was vice president of engineering for Corio, Inc., where he led the development of key technologies to enable efficient delivery of software as a service. Before that, he served as director of OLTP technologies for Oracle, where he was instrumental in development of transaction processing, messaging and queuing, and high-end scalability technologies for Oracle Database products.
Rizvi has an MS in computer science from Rutgers University and an MS in engineering management from Stanford University. He also holds eight patents in the database management area.
Your host for the keynotes at Java Embedded @ JavaOne will be David Hofert. Hofert will set the context for the keynotes, make connections across the range of content presented, and help ensure you get the most out of your Java Embedded conference experience.
David Hofert, Senior Director, Java Embedded Solutions, Oracle
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David Hofert is senior director of Java Embedded solutions within Oracle's Alliances and Channels group. His team is responsible for creating solutions with customers and partners that leverage the range and depth of Java platforms and technologies for devices. Hofert has been in high tech since 1988, with Sun and now Oracle, and has led teams in sales, marketing, and engineering, covering Java, Solaris, and various embedded technologies. He recently spent a year focused on data collection and analysis for predictive behavior in the mobile/consumer space.
Hofert holds a patent for cross-language search and retrieval techniques. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester and an Executive MBA from Boston University. He resides in Boston, Massachusetts.