We are excited to be back at Oracle OpenWorld, Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 2014, at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, as a Grande Sponsor. This is the world’s largest and most important conference for Oracle technologists, business users, and partners.
It was at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 we first introduced the new Fujitsu SPARC processor design for a new generation of servers, and in April 2013 we launched the worldwide availability of the Fujitsu M10 servers. At this year’s conference, we aim to share some exciting new developments on how Fujitsu’s innovative technologies have shaped the Fujitsu M10 servers as the best platform to serve mission-critical databases as well as to analyze big data interactions.
Come join us and see how Fujitsu can help you achieve your expanding business goals and how we have continued to rapidly evolve the Fujitsu M10 server’s technology and capabilities.
At Oracle OpenWorld 2013 we also demonstrated with Oracle Database 12c that 252 Oracle Multitenant Pluggable databases (PDBs) can be deployed efficiently and effectively on the Fujitsu M10 (presentation). Extreme Database Consolidation!
Earlier this year, we enhanced the Fujitsu M10 family with the new SPARC64 X+ processors delivering even further performance benefits. We have built the complete Fujitsu M10 server family to meet server infrastructure requirements with the most compact-yet-powerful servers with modularly scalable infrastructure solutions to provide the compute and data capacity for the most demanding enterprise environments.
We will be at Moscone South Hall (Booth #1201) with the latest in leading-edge technology products, solutions and services with the Fujitsu M10 servers. The Fujitsu M10 will also be featured at the Oracle Servers and Storage DEMOgrounds at Moscone South (Booth #937).
Join us in San Francisco to learn how the Fujitsu M10 server line with Oracle software provides the best solution for enterprises with highly critical and demanding computing needs.
Learn, network, share, and participate in the activities at our booth.
Check out our sessions (schedule subject to change):
The Best Cloud Platform That Also Supports Oracle Database In-Memory
- Goro Watanabe, EVP, Fujitsu
- Monday, Sept. 29, 10:15-11:00 a.m.
- Lam Research Theater at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA)
- What you’ll learn: Fujitsu has been working closely with Oracle, adding in-memory database capabilities and Oracle Solaris 11.2 with full OpenStack support on Fujitsu M10. If you are planning private cloud applications and you are concerned about database capability, cost/performance, data integrity, reliability, scalability and compatibility in a cloud, this session is a must-attend.
Thinking Inside the Box: Oracle Fusion ERP Solutions from Fujitsu
- John Bard, VP, Enterprise Servers, Fujitsu America & Gregory Belt, Sr. Director, Oracle Practice/Fujitsu America
- Monday, Sept. 29, 3:30-4:25 p.m., Westin Hotel, Market Street, Olympic Room
- What you’ll learn: Oracle Fusion ERP applications are transforming the marketplace, bringing world-class software and technology capabilities to the midmarket at an affordable price using a cloud-based delivery model. You will hear more in this session about deploying Oracle Fusion Applications on the Fujitsu M10 server family, providing an affordable on-premise model where public cloud deployment is not an option.
Oracle Database 12c Feature for Developers
- Connor McDonald, Consultant, Fujitsu Australia Ltd., Oracle Ace
- Sunday, Sept. 28, 2:30-3:15 p.m.
- Moscone South Hall, Room 303
- What you’ll learn: This session excites developers with all the new Oracle Database 12c capabilities.
We’ll be demoing ERP Cloud, Solaris Cloud and Fujitsu M10 Core Activation; showcasing our engineered solutions, such as full-rack, half-rack, Oracle Fusion ERP appliances and RAS memory performance; presenting Big Data Analytics and in-memory computing with Oracle Database 12c, among other useful demos. We hope to see you at our booth or one of our three presentation sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2014!
Return back to this blog for more news on the Fujitsu M10.