Oracle LIVE EVENT - Breakthrough with Extreme Performance

tisdag, 23 april 2013
13:00 – 17:00
Historiska Museet
Barockhallen Narvavägen 13-17
Stockholm, Sweden
Personligen
Antal platser är begränsat. Anmäl dig idag!
Översikt Dagordning Talare

Genombrott för Extreme Performance

Banbrytande prestanda och kraft hos Oracle SPARC kan revolutionera IT-verksamhet och vara gnistan som får fart på innovationen som skapar resultat.

Kom till ett av vårens första Oracle-evenemang där vi lyfter på skynket för ny standard inom extrem prestanda. Säkerställ redan nu din plats på detta unika event, som handlar om nya lösningar inom ’Extreme Performance’.

Barockhallen
Evenemanget går av stapeln på Historiska Museet, där vi kommer hålla presentationerna i ’Barockhallen’ mellan 14.00 och 16.30. Mer om innehållet och detaljerad agenda kommer vi avslöja i slutet av mars, men du kan redan nu säkerställa din plats genom att anmäla dig.

Guldrummet
Efter presentationerna kommer vi under lättsamma former mingla med kollegor och andra experter, och dessutom kommer vi ge tillfälle till att med privata guider få besöka ’Guldrummet’, som håller samlade skatter från hela landet. Missa inte denna möjlighet.

Anmälan
Evenemanget är kostnadsfritt, men antalet platser är begränsat, så först till kvarn är det som gäller…

Agenda
13:00 Registration & coffee
13:15 Welcome
Daniel Lindberg,Sales Director
13:20 Announcing New SPARC Servers with the World’s Fastest Microprocessor
Masood Heydari, Senior Vice President of SPARC Systems
14:05 SPARC T-Series (T5)
Delivering Extreme Value
Juha Hellman, Sales Manager
14:35 Introducing the New SPARC M5-32 Server
Rolf Kersten, Director Hardware Product Management Europe North
15:05 Break
15:35 Oracle Solaris:
Unleash and Amplify the Latest Innovations in SPARC Computing
Kjell Högström, Senior Systems Engineer
16:05 Transform Your Data Center with Oracle Virtual Networking
Kjell Högström, Senior Systems Engineer
16:35 Maximizing the Value of SPARC T5 Servers with Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
Jens Ejvinsson, System Engineer
17:05 Closing
17:10 Museum Guided Tour & Networking
PASTE CONTENT FOR TITLE 3
Masood Heydari

Masood Heydari

Masood Heydari is Senior Vice President of SPARC Systems in the Systems Group at Oracle. He is responsible for the development and sustaining of SPARC based servers that include the T-series rackmount and blade systems, as well as the M-series enterprise systems.

Prior to joining Sun Microsystems in July of 2003, Masood spent 22 years with Digital Equipment Corporation, Compaq Computer, and Hewlett Packard Corporation in a variety of engineering and business management positions. As Vice President of AlphaServer Platform Group, both at Digital and Compaq, he was responsible for the development of the full line of award winning AlphaServer systems. This included Workgroup, Departmental and Enterprise servers, and workstations.

In 2001, Masood was appointed to the position of Vice President Alpha Telecommunications Platform Group, within the High Performance Systems division of Compaq Computer Corporation where he was responsible for driving all aspects of the Telecommunications business. Masood holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Engineering from Boston University College of Engineering, and a MBA degree from Boston University Graduate School of Management.


Ganesh Ramamurthy

Ganesh Ramamurthy is Vice President of Development in Hardware Systems Division at Oracle Corporation. He is responsible for SPARC SuperCluster development, systems performance benchmarking, the availability and optimization of ISV applications, as well as the delivery of developer tools for all of Oracle's hardware systems including SPARC and x86-based servers and storage. He is also responsible for the development and delivery of SPARC SuperCluster.

Previously, he worked for Sun Microsystems for 15 years before joining Oracle in 2010 as part of Oracle's acquisition of Sun. At Sun Microsystems, he served in various Engineering leadership roles focused on system performance, architecture and availability. Due to his background and deep knowledge of the systems performance and configuration, he is consulted by major corporations for their servers deployments to get the best performance.


Chris Armes

Chris Armes

Chris Armes is the Vice President of Revenue Products Engineering (RPE) for Oracle's Systems business unit. Although based out of the UK, Chris claims no timezone. He spends a significant portion of his time visiting customers and partners to help them understand Systems' products and support strategy. That combined with the global responsibility of his organization, keeps him on the move.

RPE consists of some 300 engineers and is primarily focused on providing sustaining engineering for products including Solaris, Solaris Cluster, SAM/QFS, Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, and the Storage Server 7000 series. The team also provides the engineering support for Engineered systems like Solaris Exadata and SPARC SuperCluster. In addition, the team provides Software Lifecycle Engineering, and owns a large number of products being sustained but no longer actively developed.

Chris joined Sun in 1999, becoming part of Oracle with the acquisition of Sun. He has over 20 years of experience in the industry including leading large organizations in the software engineering of operating systems and application software for military usage. He has a BSc (HONS) degree in Computing Science from Staffordshire University. When Chris is not working, he enjoys amateur dramatics, skiing with his wife and children, and walking the family dog.


Rick Hetherington

Rick Hetherington

Rick Hetherington is Vice President in the Microelectronics Division of Oracle. He is responsible for SPARC Architecture and Performance. In this role, he manages a team of architects and performance analysts to develop processors and systems. Rick Hetherington was the chief technology officer for Sun’s Microelectronics business unit where he set the technical direction for Sun's SPARC processor development and related technologies. Hetherington is driving Sun's leadership in the chip multithreading (CMT) approach to processor design, in which multiple cores and multiple threads combine to generate extraordinary throughput and power efficiency.

Prior to his appointment as CTO, Hetherington provided oversight for the architecture, performance and roadmap of UltraSPARC T1(TM) processors and systems as chief architect for Sun's Horizontal Systems group. From 2000 to 2002, Hetherington took a hiatus from Sun to join a networking start-up as VP of engineering.

Hetherington originally joined Sun in 1996 as co-architect of Sun's Project Millennium processor. Prior to Sun, he spent 16 years with Digital Equipment Corp., working on a variety of VAX and Alpha processors and systems. His last position at Digital was system architect of EV6 (21264) processor.
Hetherington earned his bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State University and currently holds 53 patents.


David Lawler

David Lawler is senior vice president of product management and strategy in the Systems Group at Oracle. ADDTL BIO INFO COMING.


Marshall Choy

Marshall Choy

Marshall Choy is the Director of Systems Solutions at Oracle. Based in Santa Clara, California, Mr. Choy's organization is responsible for developing comprehensive end-to-end hardware/software solutions that enable Oracle's customers to solve their most challenging business problems while delivering greater performance, availability, security, and manageability.

Most recently at Oracle, Mr. Choy brought Oracle Optimized Solutions to market, delivering compelling and differentiated value for Oracle's customers through the integration of Oracle's complete stack of hardware and software.

Prior to joining Oracle as part of the acquisition of Sun Microsystems in January 2010, Mr. Choy was Director of Engineered Solutions at Sun. During his 11 years at that company, Mr. Choy also held various positions in development, IT, and marketing.



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Event Details:
tisdag, 23 april 2013
13:00 – 17:00

Historiska Museet
Barockhallen Narvavägen 13-17
Stockholm, Sweden
 
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