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Friday, September 25, 2009

Oracle Open World is soon here

I hope to see you there, it was almost a year ago. I do not know about you but I am curious about the focus on Oracle Open World this year.

More curious than before, there are new things in the Oracle realm to think about and relate to.
  • Transition to My Oracle Support
  • The new appplication server platform - Middleware
  • Is SOA really mature as technology. This is CORBA, as we have seen before, but now it can really be efficient.
  • Is PL/SQL dead and we shall go for coffee, sorry Starbucks?
  • The Cloud - very existing, I really do hope that you all tried Amazon Web Services. Very interesting and it really works. See article by David Peake in Oracle Magazine here.
  • Is Oracle DB 11g now stable - I know nothing
  • Another aquisition I suppose that we do not yet know about
  • Is there a Sun behind the Cloud...?
Networking people, communication with peers. That is Oracle Open World at its best.

See you in San Francisco!


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