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Oracle Managed Cloud Services: Unlock Cloud with Key Demos and Sessions

As momentum for cloud computing continues to build, conference organizers are expecting especially strong turnout to sessions devoted to Oracle Managed Cloud Services at Oracle OpenWorld 2012, which will take place in San Francisco September 30 to October 4.

Learn, Validate, Connect
This Oracle OpenWorld will be the seventh for Martin Hossfeld, vice president of IT Operations, Church Pension Group. He also presents the conference session "Moving into the Cloud with Oracle Cloud Services."

"For me, there are three verbs that best describe the value of Oracle OpenWorld: learn, validate, and connect," says Hossfeld. "The conference gives us the opportunity to learn strategic direction as well as operational applications of Oracle technology. It enables us to validate our plans, programs, and projects. And it gives us the chance to connect with Oracle, partners, and other customers."

Top Three Sessions
Conference organizers have nominated the following sessions for attendees interested in Oracle Managed Cloud Services.

Moving into the Cloud with Oracle Cloud Services
October 2, 1:15 p.m., Moscone West 2007, session ID# CON9181
Customers share their experiences and best practices using Oracle's enterprise-grade managed cloud services. "In addition to improved performance, reliability, transparency of operations, and process efficiencies, I plan to discuss what I call 'the power of the sum'—that is, the value of having access to Oracle Managed Cloud Services, product support, development, and security within Oracle," says presenter Martin Hossfeld, vice president of IT Operations, Church Pension Group.

Upgrade Your Oracle Applications into the Cloud
October 4, 11:15 a.m., Palace Hotel Concert Room, session ID# CON9117
This session explores the way Oracle Managed Cloud Services can take highly customized applications and move them to a standardized, world-class platform, while also lowering costs, improving service levels, and clearing the path to future upgrades—including Oracle Fusion Applications.

Cloud Services: Jumpstart Your Oracle Fusion Applications Deployment in the Cloud
October 4, 2:15 p.m., Moscone West 2008, session ID# CON9103
Beside being on the latest technology standards and leveraging consolidated learning from across Oracle's product lines, Oracle Fusion Applications also offer some of the most advanced user experiences in the industry. Find out how Oracle Managed Cloud Services can help organizations go live faster on Oracle Fusion Applications, while lowering costs and maintaining service levels.

Demo: See Oracle Managed Cloud Services in Action
Attendees should also consider the Oracle Managed Cloud Services demo, taking place in Moscone West at workstation W-030. The demo dives into the range of solutions and cloud deployment options available, explains how customers can achieve accelerated time to value, and explores why they can also reduce security and performance risks.

Explore the Oracle OpenWorld content catalog for information about more sessions related to Oracle Cloud Managed Services.

Learn more and register now for Oracle OpenWorld 2012.
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