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    What's New In Oracle Rdb and Oracle Product Update
    Kevin Duffy, Senior Director of Development, Oracle Corporation
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Jim Murray, Oracle Corporation
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Dave Hayter, Oracle Corporation
 

Agenda

  • Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS Business and Product Update
  • Oracle Database PSU and 12c Port Update
  • Oracle Rdb Connectivity Update
  • Whats's New in Oracle Rdb

Recent Development in the Oracle Rdb Family of Products

This talk covers highlights of the new features in Oracle's Rdb's product family that have shipped over the last year or are soon to be released. This includes new features in Oracle Rdb 7.3.3; Oracle Rdb Connectivity Manager (ORCM) 7.3.2 and SQl Services 7.3.3. Areas covered include enhancements to SQL; the Optimizer; RMU Show Statistics; the new ORCM categories for RMU, Show Statistics, Schema Differencs and External tools and LDAP authentication with SQL Services. This talk will be presented both locally and via a remote web conference.

Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS Business and Product Update 

This talk covers Oracle's commitment to Rdb and the Oracle Database on OpenVMS; working with HPE and VSI; product strategy; release history over the last year; current development activity; current project priorities, major feature highlights; product roadmaps and plans for future development over the next 1 to 2 years. The purpose of is to provide the listener with an overview of the plans and direction for both Oracle Rdb and the Oracle Database on OpenVMS.
 

    VMS Software Business Strategy Update
    Terry R. Holmes, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, VMS Software Inc.
 

Mr. Holmes will provide the overall business strategy for VMS Software, Inc.

This presentation will include such topics as:

  • VSI Strategy & Messaging
  • Actions taken by VSI since acquiring the O/S from HP.
  • VSI Today
  • Commercial and Distribution Models
  • Details on Recent Announcements
  • Coming Attractions

Biografie Vortragender

Terry brings with him over 25 years of experience leading sales and marketing organizations, including growth initiatives of various sized organizations serving the aerospace, automotive, financial services, government, healthcare, and other markets.
Prior to joining VMS Software, Inc., he was Director of Sales at Madico Specialty Films. Terry has also been the VP of Sales & Marketing for a European based specialty engineered components company and held a similar position for a USA based firm in the same industry. Earlier in Terry’s career, he worked in various sales, product marketing, and sales management roles with Polaroid Corporation.
Terry is a graduate of The University of Michigan Ross School of Business.

 

    Open Source Integration Options and Ideas for OpenVMS
    Brett Cameron, Director of Applications and Open Source, VMS Software Inc.
 

This talk will examine several Open Source products and open standard protocols that can be used on OpenVMS to integrate new and existing OpenVMS-based applications with applications on other platforms and with cloud-based services. Protocols such as AMQP and MQTT will be considered, along with various Open Source integration technologies that are available on OpenVMS, including the Mosquitto MQTT broker, Gearman, and Redis, along with Java-based solutions such as ActiveMQ, Tomcat, and WSIT. Technologies that can be used to implement and interact with SOAP-based and RESTful web services will also be considered. Examples of how these various technologies may be used will be presented and their applicability to particular problem domains will be discussed.

Biografie Vortragender

Brett Cameron works as Director of Applications and Open Source Services at VMS Software (http://www.vmssoftware.com), helping to define and implement the company’s Open Source strategy for the OpenVMS operating system. Before joining VMS Software Brett worked as a senior architect with HP’s Cloud and Enterprise Services groups. Brett lives in Christchurch, New Zealand and has worked in the software industry since starting work with Digital Equipment Corporation in 1992, and in that time he has gained experience in a wide range of software technologies, focusing primarily in areas such as distributed systems, transaction processing, and integration. Over the past decade Brett has spent considerable time travelling the world helping organisations to modernize their legacy application environments and to better leverage Open Source technologies. In more recent times, his involvement with various Open Source projects and his work in the cloud computing space has caused him to develop a liking for functional programming languages, and Erlang in particular, which he has ported to several exotic platforms. Brett holds a doctorate in chemical physics from the University of Canterbury, and maintains close links with the University, delivering guest lectures and acting as an advisor to the Computer Science department on course structure and content. In his spare time Brett enjoys listening to music and playing the guitar.
 

    Warum auf Integrity i6 Server wechseln?
    Siegfried Becker, HP EMEA STG – Solutions and Technology Group
 


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Biografie Vortragender

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    VSI OpenVMS Technical Update and Roadmap
    Brett Cameron, Director of Applications and Open Source, VMS Software Inc.
 


This talk will provide an update on various aspects of work being performed by VMS Software Inc., including updates on the status of the x86 port and the new TCP/IP stack, along with an overview of the current roadmap relating to the operating system and layered products. Details of professional services and other initiatives will also be discussed.

Biografie Vortragender

Brett Cameron works as Director of Applications and Open Source Services at VMS Software (http://www.vmssoftware.com), helping to define and implement the company’s Open Source strategy for the OpenVMS operating system. Before joining VMS Software Brett worked as a senior architect with HP’s Cloud and Enterprise Services groups. Brett lives in Christchurch, New Zealand and has worked in the software industry since starting work with Digital Equipment Corporation in 1992, and in that time he has gained experience in a wide range of software technologies, focusing primarily in areas such as distributed systems, transaction processing, and integration. Over the past decade Brett has spent considerable time travelling the world helping organisations to modernize their legacy application environments and to better leverage Open Source technologies. In more recent times, his involvement with various Open Source projects and his work in the cloud computing space has caused him to develop a liking for functional programming languages, and Erlang in particular, which he has ported to several exotic platforms. Brett holds a doctorate in chemical physics from the University of Canterbury, and maintains close links with the University, delivering guest lectures and acting as an advisor to the Computer Science department on course structure and content. In his spare time Brett enjoys listening to music and playing the guitar.
 

    Oracle Product Update
    Kevin Duffy, Senior Director of Development, Oracle Corporation
 


Oracle Rdb and Oracle Database on OpenVMS Business and Product Update 

This talk covers Oracle's commitment to Rdb and the Oracle Database on OpenVMS; working with HPE and VSI; product strategy; release history over the last year; current development activity; current project priorities, major feature highlights; product roadmaps and plans for future development over the next 1 to 2 years. The purpose of is to provide the listener with an overview of the plans and direction for both Oracle Rdb and the Oracle Database on OpenVMS.
 

    On OpenVMS: Running Oracle APEX
    Andreas Cejna, Campus Marienthal Services GmbH
 


Migration einer Oracle APEX Anwendung von Linux auf OpenVMS 

APEX wird von Oracle als Entwicklungsplattform für Web-Applikationen intensiv beworben. Wir haben uns auf die Reise gemacht und eine uns zur Verfügung stehende Applikation auf OpenVMS migriert. Wir freuen uns, unsere Erfahrungen auf diesem Weg mit Ihnen zu teilen.