Jul 30 2016

What is coming up in Oracle Open World 2016 (#OOW16)

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This year Oracle Open World is being organized as a “collective learning experience”—an audience-centric approach to event design,” says Tania Weidick, vice president of event marketing at Oracle.
“Our core values for Oracle OpenWorld 2016 are to foster community, foster learning, promote innovation, and celebrate our customers and partners’ successes,” she adds on.

The nerve center for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne this year seems to be Cloud.

OOW has laid out agenda starting from different Cloud business models, lowering TCO & TCVs, to enabling strategic, mobile, real-time transformation based on latest tech viz Big Data, IoT and cloud apps. Sessions which help you identify the routes to take – On Premise, Coexistence, Public cloud – with different vendors vs. those provided by Oracle PaaS.

Key focus area per JDESource would be the New components and processes Oracle is laying on the cloud, and other cloud products partners and vendors are preparing up. Look out for partners who have made great investments in creating Automation Products.


Oracle Open World
September 18-22, 2016
San Francisco.
The Early Bird registrations have been extended until July 31st, 2016. Make use of the most.

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Deepesh M Divakaran

Deepesh MD is more of a Gizmo Geek, and a techie.
A very experienced Technical Consultant on Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and OneWorld. As a consultant he has worked for wide range of industries, from Manufacturing, Media, Oil & gas etc. and has worked on re-engineering modules, and areas of customization.
With a touch of class and understanding towards what ever he does, he is often regarded by his colleagues as the one stop answer for all Technical/Software related queries.

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