Friday, September 17, 2010

OOW 2010: Keynote Schedule

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Sunday, September 19
Oracle Welcome Keynote | 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Larry Ellison | CEO, Oracle
Oracle Innovations
Join Larry Ellison as he previews the week's announcements and key product innovations.

Safra Catz | President, Oracle

Ann Livermore | Executive Vice President, HP Enterprise Business
Transformation: From Applications to the Cloud
For more than 30 years, HP and Oracle have worked closely together on joint engineering and product integration efforts to help customers meet their business challenges. HP's broad portfolio of services and software and the company's Converged Infrastructure combined with Oracle's offerings can help you improve the effectiveness of your next-generation technology solutions and enable you to achieve your business goals faster and more cost effectively than ever before. HP is at the forefront of driving IT global transformation by delivering comprehensive solutions that can dramatically unleash your potential. From traditional "build your own" to a private or external cloud, HP can help modernize and ready your entire environment to anticipate and respond to the changing demands of the market.

Monday, September 20
Oracle OpenWorld Keynote | 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Mark Hurd | President, Oracle
Welcome Remarks

John Fowler | Executive Vice President, Systems
Software. Hardware. Complete Systems.
The combination of Oracle and Sun is already changing the way customers can buy, run, and manage their information systems. From applications to disk, Oracle's complete, open, and integrated approach is delivering systems that are focused on delivering breakthrough performance, reliability, security, and simplified management, along with cost-saving efficiencies—helping transform the datacenter and the delivery of IT services to the enterprise. Join John Fowler and Edward Screven for a live update on the strategy for Oracle's Sun server and storage systems and how, combining them with Oracle software, we are delivering complete systems that dramatically improve business operations. Hear firsthand how Oracle's ongoing investment in innovation across the stack is creating new capabilities and opportunities for your business.

Edward Screven | Chief Corporate Architect, Oracle

Noriyuki Toyoki | Corporate Senior Vice President, Fujitsu Limited
shaping tomorrow with you
Fujitsu talks about its brand promise, "shaping tomorrow with you", which reflects its customer centric approach to building business and enhancing the future of society. In working with partners like Oracle for the benefit of customers, Fujitsu is leveraging its experience, service delivery capability, and information & communications technology developments to ensure continued success ranging from computing platforms to business solutions in the global market. For the future, advanced ongoing technology developments will also lead to smarter Solaris/SPARC Systems that underpin this rich collaboration with Oracle.

Tuesday, September 21
Oracle OpenWorld Keynote | 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Thomas Kurian | Executive Vice President, Product Development, Oracle
Oracle and Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is an important trend driving the evolution of datacenter architecture and software products. Thomas Kurian, Oracle's executive vice president and head of Product Development, offers Oracle's perspective on the impact of cloud computing throughout the application lifecycle—from development and deployment to management and self-service administration. He also discusses the impact of the cloud on business users and Oracle's complete cloud offering across private, public, and hybrid clouds. Oracle's cloud solution spans all layers of the cloud, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and applications or software as a service (SaaS), and this keynote focuses on how Oracle products enable cloud computing.

Thomas Kilroy | Senior Vice President and General Manager, Intel
The Data Footprint
The amount of data generated per day continues to grow in a host of activities and across every industry. Data is generated and consumed by people and businesses — creating a Data Footprint. To harness the Data Footprint opportunity, one must know how to turn it into profits. In this year's Oracle OpenWorld keynote Intel's Senior Vice President, Tom Kilroy, will examine how Intel-based architecture combined with Oracle solutions can effectively harness the power and opportunity of the Data Footprint and profit with innovative new business models across many industries.

Wednesday, September 22
Oracle OpenWorld Keynote | 8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.

Michael Dell | CEO, Dell Inc.
Innovation in the Enterprise
Much has happened in the 26 years since Dell began revolutionizing the technology industry by simplifying the way organizations and enterprises acquire and use IT. Today, transformational solutions across the data center, applications and IT services are changing our collective vision of what the Enterprise of the Future will look like. In his keynote, Michael Dell will discuss how insights gained from listening to and collaborating with customers are shaping the next quarter of a century of IT innovation.

Oracle Keynote | 2:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Larry Ellison | CEO, Oracle

Kris Gopalakrishnan | CEO and Managing Director, Infosys
The Future of Cloud: Innovation, Service, Sustainability, Performance
Economic uncertainty and competitive pressures are fundamentally raising performance demands on the enterprise. Success hinges on freeing capital and talent to focus on operational effectiveness, customer-facing innovation, and growth. Business solutions based on cloud technologies offer that freedom. Companies will increasingly consume IT as a mixture of cloud and services. In this keynote, Infosys Technologies demonstrates examples of this new consumption model of IT and shows the advantages of simplification and standardization of operations through industry-standard processes and platform capabilities to reduce complexity and avoid proprietary processes and system lock-in. It demonstrates that this model of IT consumption will go well beyond infrastructure as a utility and will cover areas as diverse as customer experience and sustainability.

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