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Oracle Cloud: See It in Action at Oracle OpenWorld
With the rapid and widespread adoption of cloud technology, event organizers are expecting a sharp jump in interest in Oracle Cloud at Oracle OpenWorld 2012, which will take place in San Francisco September 30 to October 4.
In addition to Oracle's rapidly growing Oracle Cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings, Oracle's new platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings—Oracle Cloud Java services and Oracle Cloud database services—are expected to attract special interest.
"With Oracle Cloud database services, you can get a full-fledged slice of Oracle Database in a matter of minutes," says Richard Greenwald, director of database cloud initiatives, Oracle.
The principle holds true for Oracle Cloud Java services, which enable the creation of a rich application development environment within minutes—boosting developer productivity by reducing the need to manage complex development and testing environments.
Top Three Don't-Miss Sessions
Organizers recommend three conference general sessions for attendees who want to get the latest information about Oracle Cloud offerings.
Must-Attend Application Sessions
- Overview of Oracle’s Public Cloud Strategy
October 1, 2012, 12:15 p.m., Moscone West 3002/3004, session ID# GEN11418
This session provides an overview of the Oracle Cloud strategy and its portfolio of platform, applications, and social and insight services. The session includes demos and customer showcases.
- Overview of Oracle’s Cloud Applications Strategy
October 1, 2012, 4:45 p.m., Moscone South 103, session ID# GEN11419
This session explores the ways Oracle is completely modernizing its entire application portfolio for the cloud paradigm—and how the various components fit into the overall cloud strategy, including acquisitions such as Taleo and RightNow. In addition, early adopters share best practices.
- Overview of Oracle’s Public Cloud for Database and Application Developers
October 1, 2012, 1:45 p.m., Moscone South 103, session ID# GEN11420
This session provides an overview of Oracle’s PaaS offering, and explores best practices for organizations moving to cloud computing.
Want to know more about the applications Oracle provides via cloud? Organizers recommend these key sessions.
Demo Oracle Cloud
- Oracle Fusion Applications: Cloud Applications and Services Overview
October 3, 2012, 11:45 a.m., Moscone West 2001, session ID# CON9436
Hear Chris Leone, senior vice president of Oracle Development, discuss how Oracle Fusion Applications are built for deployment in the cloud. The session describes how Oracle Fusion Applications best utilize the capabilities of Oracle Cloud and other cloud configurations.
- Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management: Customer Adoption and Experiences
October 2, 2012, 11:45 a.m., Moscone West 2005, session ID# CON9420
In this session, customers share their experiences selecting and implementing Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management. Hear about initiatives that drove decisions to move to an Oracle Fusion Applications architecture and the benefits achieved, with accounts of best practices and lessons learned.
Attendees can attend demos of the range Oracle Cloud offerings in the Oracle OpenWorld DEMOgrounds, including
Learn more about the complete portfolio of Oracle Cloud application, platform, and social services.
- Oracle's application services: Oracle Cloud sales and marketing services, customer experience services, HCM services, talent management services, and ERP services
- Oracle's platform services: Oracle Cloud Java services, database services, and developer services
- Oracle's social services: Oracle Social Network, Oracle Cloud social marketing services, and Oracle Cloud social engagement and monitoring services
Find out more and register now for Oracle OpenWorld 2012.
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