Posted by: Clinek
Managing an Oracle shop, Oracle applications, Oracle database administration, Oracle development
If you thought last year’s OpenWorld was an exercise in information overload, you haven’t seen anything yet.
How about 45,000 attendees, 1,500 technical sessions and 450 exhibitors? Enough information for you? It’s going to be a long, fun week!
We have a lot of great coverage planned, starting with our new podcast previews of key sessions:
- The E-Business Suite user’s guide to Oracle OpenWorld 2007 – Oracle E-Business Suite expert Ray Wang talks about the latest E-Business Suite news and gives his picks for the best E-Business Suite sessions to attend at Oracle OpenWorld 2007.
- Hyperion and performance management: An Oracle OpenWorld 2007 preview – In this podcast interview, John Hagerty, a performance management expert and vice president and research fellow with AMR Research, gives his picks for the most relevant and informative Hyperion-related sessions to be held at Oracle OpenWorld 2007.
- The PeopleSoft user’s guide to Oracle OpenWorld 2007 – Oracle Applications Users Group president Jan Wagner talks about some of the latest news affecting PeopleSoft users and gives his picks for the best PeopleSoft sessions to attend at Oracle OpenWorld 2007.
- The Oracle Database user’s guide to Oracle OpenWorld 2007 – Independent Oracle Users Group president Ari Kaplan talks about the latest Database 11g news and gives his picks for the best Oracle Database-related sessions to attend at Oracle OpenWorld 2007.
- Oracle’s Application Integration Architecture: An Oracle OpenWorld 2007 preview – Integration expert Ken Vollmer gives his picks for the best Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) sessions to attend at Oracle OpenWorld 2007, and explains how AIA fits into enterprises’ SOA plans.
Our OpenWorld 2007 Special Event page will be continuously updated throughout the week, so stay tuned for more dispaches from the show. Hopefully, you will be able to attend — for sheer volume of information, there’s nothing else quite like it for the Oracle geek. If you see any of us wandering around the Moscone Center — Mark, Barney or myself — feel free to pull us aside and tell us what’s on your mind.