Check out the Oracle Appreciation Event
Rock out at the Oracle Appreciation Event with two of the top bands around: headliners Pearl Jam, and performers Kings of Leon.
Pearl Jam rose from the ashes of '80s Pacific Northwest combos Green River and Mother Love Bone. For the past twenty years, the band has remained a major force in rock and roll, as much for its aggressive loyalty to its social and political principles and restless experimentation as for its rock radio staples and bestselling albums. Throughout their two decades together, the band's independent spirit has set them apart from other bands, leaving the record studios behind to produce the music they want.
Kings of Leon—Caleb, Nathan, Jared, and Matthew Followill—continue to follow their muse and refuse to play it safe. What strikes you about Kings of Leon's fifth album, Come Around Sundown, is the sheer musical diversity of its songs, which touch on everything from gospel to angular post-punk to bonafide country, and even to '50s-style doo-wop. The album's huge range proves that Kings of Leon haven't lost the restless, experimental nature that has made them such an exciting band to watch.
Check out Oracle technology
Innovation is what technology is about at Oracle. Innovation designed not just to help customers get the most value from their IT investments, but to help them compete, grow—and innovate—in their own businesses.
Check out innovative Oracle conferences
This year, in addition to flagship conferences Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne, Oracle is hosting more conferences with more content than ever before. Depending on your interests, you can sign up for one or more of these conferences, packing your week with learning and networking opportunities and increased knowledge of the latest in technology innovation.
For a brief overview of what each conference has to offer, go to the Oracle Conferences home page.