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Get Unique Access to SPARC Product Strategy and Best Practices at Oracle OpenWorld 2012

Product strategy, real-world best practices, and customer panels devoted to Oracle’s SPARC servers and related technology are among the highlights of the upcoming Oracle OpenWorld 2012, taking place from September 30 to October 4 in San Francisco.

This year’s conference explores Oracle’s complete server portfolio, as well as innovations in deploying integrated solutions using Oracle’s storage technologies, virtualization, systems management, and the Oracle Solaris operating system.

Make the most of this year’s event by
  • Attending 26 conference sessions on Sun servers and integrated systems
  • Visiting 15 SPARC demos and the hardware showcase staffed by product experts
  • Learning about optimized solutions for Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s PeopleSoft Human Capital Management, Siebel Customer Relationship Management, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and SAP solutions
  • Participating in hands-on labs for Oracle Solaris 11, Oracle Virtualization solutions, and Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c
Register early for popular conference sessions, including the following.

Oracle’s SPARC Server Strategy Update
Masood Heydari, Oracle senior vice president of SPARC Systems, discusses the latest updates to Oracle’s strategies for SPARC servers and engineered systems.

SPARC Processor Update
Join Rick Hetherington, vice president of hardware development, as he explains the breakthrough innovations behind the next generation of SPARC processors.

Deep Dive into Oracle SPARC SuperCluster: Engineered for Extreme Efficiency
Learn how Oracle’s SPARC SuperCluster T4-4 delivers dramatically improved operating efficiency and provides an ideal platform for application consolidation through its uniquely powerful and integrated hardware and software technology.

Building a Flexible Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure on Oracle’s SPARC Systems
Learn how to architect a private cloud using Oracle’s SPARC servers and Oracle engineered systems with Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c and Oracle Solaris 11.

Top 10 Database Performance Tips for SPARC Systems Running Oracle Solaris
Oracle product experts share tuning tips for ensuring reliable performance in consolidated environments and offer insights into world-record performance and tighter integration of SPARC hardware and software.

Check for specific times and locations, learn about other sessions, and register today for Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco.


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