Mark, Barney and I are wrapping up a long, busy week in San Francisco at OpenWorld. We met a lot of you, saw a lot of PowerPoint, and heard a lot of executive-speak. It was a fun, informative week — although the word “zoo” springs immediately to mind!
We’ve posted four articles so far, including:
- Ellison names first Oracle Fusion Applications – Larry Ellison dropped the names of the first Oracle Fusion Applications at Oracle OpenWorld today.
- Oracle adds Enterprise 2.0 to Fusion Middleware 11g – Rebuffed by BEA, Oracle is forging ahead with its Fusion Middleware product and adding new Enterprise 2.0 features.
- Oracle Database 11g and information management – Oracle Database 11g’s new features were designed to combat the latest and most prevalent information management problems, according to one Oracle executive speaking at OpenWorld.
- Application integration takes center stage at OpenWorld – Oracle’s plan to simplify the application integration process could cause a stir among its systems integrator partners, one expert says.
And there’s more to come, including a video interview with Oracle BI guru and blogger extraordinaire Mark Rittman. But now, time for some sleep!