- Language: English
- 48 Pages
- Published: November 2006
- Region: World
2008 Oracle OpenWorld Praxis Conference Report
- Published: October 2008
- Region: World
- 40 Pages
- Praxis Reports
Report on the experience and the content of the 2008 global conference sponsored by Oracle Corporation for the end users and developers of its software products.
The 2008 Oracle OpenWorld conference added approximately 43,000 people to the San Francisco population for a week of vivid experiences, disclosures of Oracle proposed strategy and networking among end users of Oracle products.
This report provides the essence of some of the sessions provided on JD Edwards and database administration - plus other topics.
-Who should attend next year?
What it was like to be an Exhibitor – Scott Hayes, DBI
-Keynote: Complete. Open. Integrated. Charles Phillips
-Keynote: Extreme. Performance. Larry Ellison
-Keynote: Your Information@Work Thomas Kurian
The Importance of Enterprise Content Management and Social CRM
-Keynote: Innovation: Right on Time Paul S. Otellini (CEO, Intel)
Panel Discussion: World to EnterpriseOne Migration Panel
-The Great Debate: Economy or Environment
-JD Edwards E1 9.0, Tools 8.98 and new Project & Government Acctg. Module
-Innovation, Digital Disruption and IT Strategy Lem Lasher (CSC)
-Let’s Get Physical: Success through Storage Tuning
Undocumented Oracle DBA Utilities: Black Magic for the Oracle Expert
-Oracle’s New Database Accelerator: Query Processing Revolutionized
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