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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Excitement builds at Openworld...The X is coming!

Tuesday was dominated mainly by speculation at all three Moscone venues about what the "X" announcement could be. First there was this teaser by Andy Mendlesohn in his Keynote late monday.

Tuesday morning Delegates were met with several banner's stoking anticipation and you can read more at
Alex Gorbachev's blog post about the excitement surrounding tomorrow's highly anticipated announcement expected at Larry Ellison's Keynote Wednesday afternoon.

Alex Gorbachev also talked to YouTube about the Cloud Computing announcement made on monday.

Aussie Oracle ACE, blogger and CTO of Australian Oracle Partner Piction Marcel Kratochvil presented to the conference in the afternoon on the subject of customer migrations to Oracle Database 11g and shares some of his thoughts on 11g from the conference floor on YouTube. For more from Marcel on Multimedia and its use within Oracle database, read his blog, The Oracle Multimedia Blog.

Paul Otellini gave a very interesting keynote on the importance of time, performance and energy cost optimization in business, and amid it announced a major partnership with Oracle to help customers migrate data between private and public Cloud Computing networks safely and at the highest performance levels.

In the next Keynote of the afternoon, Oracle SVP of Fusion Middleware announced the next update of Oracle Business Iintelligence 10g that integrates with Oracle Enteprise Performance management to help customers derive more value from existing EPM (Hyperion) investments.

As always with everyday at Openworld, there were several announcement are key importance made:

· New Offering Combines Oracle and BEA Systems Technology to Extend Enterprise 2.0 and Portal Leadership
· A new Industry Business Unit for the Insurance industry
· New releases of the popular JD Edwards Suite:

You can follows all the announcements made throughout the week at the Openworld Media Centre.

Just to prove Openworld is really hard work for those attending and not just a junket, read Chris Muir's latest update about his time in San Francisco.

2 comments:

Paul Vallee said...

Hi Gareth,

A couple broken links above to bring to your attention:
1. It was Christo Kutrovsky's blog post speculating about X..., not Alex G.
2. Your link to Alex G on Youtube points to the blog post again.

Thanks and cheers,
Paul

Alex Gorbachev said...

Just a quick correction about the blog post - it's actually Christo Kutrovsky's post.