It’s that time of year again for Oracle OpenWorld (OOW) and through our close collaboration with Oracle, Intel’s Douglas W. Fisher, corporate vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group, will be keynoting and discussing the new virtuous cycle: evolving IT around software and services.
Be sure to catch his keynote Monday morning, September 23 at 9:00 a.m., where he will talk about the major transformations in recent years from supporting business and serving the employee base to delivering value-added services to customers. Doug will also talk about the explosion of connected mobile devices and the Internet of ‘Things’ (IoT) and how it is generating massive amounts of varied data.
The underlying architecture that powers this cycle is built upon Intel® Xeon® processor-based Software Defined Infrastructure, Big Data analytics, APIs and cross platform technologies. Come learn from guests implementing these architectures and hear Fisher describe Intel’s strategy of providing technology building blocks and partnership with Oracle.
Not only will Doug be talking about the new virtuous cycle, but Intel will host a cluster of high-profile sessions where users can get detailed and technical info on:
- Oracle x86 Systems: The Best x86 Systems for Oracle Solaris [CON10748]. Intel and Oracle discuss why Oracle’s x86 Systems are the most reliable x86 platform for running Oracle Solaris.
- Oracle Exalogic, an Optimized Solution for Cloud Computing and Fusion Middleware [CON10326]. Intel and Oracle have been working together to apply best practices to every level of the Exalogic stack.
- Driving Database Innovation: Oracle Database and Oracle Linux on Oracle x86 Systems [CON10749]. In this session, Intel and Oracle will discuss recent innovations that make the triad of Oracle Database, Oracle Linux, and Oracle x86 a winning combination.
- Warming Up to YARN in Hadoop [CON11011]. Join this session to learn how the Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* takes advantage of YARN to enable analytic SQL applications on Hadoop/HDFS, while bringing the MapReduce framework to HPC environments with massive data sets living on Lustre file systems.
- How to Speed Up Your 12c Database: Performance Engineered for Intel Technology [CON10301]. This session will share inside information on work areas leading up to Oracle 12c. You will learn optimal settings used to configure Intel systems, Oracle Linux, and Oracle Database.
- How to Achieve 25 TB/Hour Backups and 15 TB/Hour Restores for Your Oracle Database Instance [CON6307]. Come to this session to learn why Oracle’s Sun ZFS Backup Appliance line of products is the best choice for Oracle engineered systems backup and recovery and how it is deeply integrated with Oracle engineered systems to provide extreme performance, efficiency, and simplicity while lowering risk and TCO.
OOW is a great chance to discover new product and technology solutions, improve technical proficiency and knowledge, learn tips and tricks for currently installed products, and understand where the industry is headed.
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