Oracle + Sun: Transforming the IT Industry

In a live event on January 27, 2010, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, along with executives from Oracle and Sun, outlined the strategy for the combined companies, product roadmaps, and how customers will benefit from having all components—hardware, operating system, database, middleware, and applications—engineered to work together.

 

PRESENTATIONS

Speaker Webcast
Charles Phillips: Welcome and Oracle + Sun: Transforming the Industry
John Fowler: Hardware Strategy
Thomas Kurian: Software Strategy
Edward Screven: Operating Systems and Virtualization
Juergen Rottler: Customer Service and Support Strategy
Jeff Epstein: Operational Strategy
Larry Ellison: Oracle + Sun

 

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