Oracle OpenWorld 2018 is coming to San Francisco on October 22-25!
Here is a preview of what’s happening around Oracle SPARC and Oracle Solaris technologies.
For an update on the recent developments and strategy, check out session PRM3358. Bill Nesheim, Senior Vice President of Oracle Solaris Development will be joined by Massod Heydari, Senior Vice President of Hardware Development, and Brian Bream, Chief Technology Officer of Vaske Computer, to discuss the latest developments with the release Oracle Solaris 11.4. Brian will be describing unique solutions for delivering Oracle SPARC deployments adjacent to Oracle Cloud, giving you the best of both worlds: cloud infrastructure for scale-out needs and Oracle SPARC systems hosted for mission-critical needs. In addition, there will be a wealth of other opportunities to learn about Oracle Solaris 11.4 in sessions and hands-on-labs.
I’m particularly excited about co-presenting sessions on the advantages of SPARC systems with two Oracle experts. Michael Ramchand, Distinguished Solution Engineer, will discuss end-to-end encryption and data security, while Salman Ashfaq, Cloud Architect, will describe and demonstrate best practices for deploying database and Java services on private clouds. We’re also lucky to have another expert, Oracle ACE M.Fevzi Korkutata, CTO at Volthread, demonstrating secure Java middleware deployments on Oracle infrastructure.
My colleague Martin Mueller, Senior Principal Software Engineer, will present hands-on-labs and sessions on accelerating database analytics with SPARC Software-in-Silicon. There will also be a variety of sessions and labs with tips-and-tricks for deploying Oracle SuperCluster and MiniCluster.
The following is a great place to see all the details on these sessions and hands-on-labs, and to plan your schedule: Focus on Oracle Solaris and SPARC at Oracle OpenWorld 2018 in San Francisco