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Intel and Cisco partner to offer servers platforms that are ideal to run Oracle applications -Part 2

October 4, 2011 - 0 Comments

Lot of people, lot of activities, lot of parties , lot of data, lot of announcements  and lot of clouds !  – That’s Oracle OpenWorld 2011 here in San Francisco  ! We have been pretty busy today , with a great flow of visitors on our booth (#721) and a series of well attended theater presentations and speaking sessions.

Today , Amy [ who predicted last week the “chance of clouds ” ] and I (no I don’t sing ), met Intel  General manager for Critical Servers , Pauline Nist, (@panist ) for a short interview on camera .
Yes again a blog about the great partnership with Intel ( Please Intel Sandhya Gorman interview in part I )!

I personally really like the lively comments of Pauline – Check out!

So two suggestions for your Tuesday schedule at Oracle OpenWorld

Go to the Intercontinental Hotel tomorrow 11:45 am  to 12:45 pm , to listen to a UCS customer panel with EMC IT, University of Colorado, and Secure 24 . To Pauline’s point on Sparc versus Intel, you will hear why and how these customers moved from Sparc/Solaris to Intel/RedHat , deploying  Cisco Unified Computing Systems

Here is what John McAbel has to say about this panel

Finally, as strongly suggested by Pauline,  don’t miss Intel Vice-President Kirk Skaugen speaking session !

Kirk Skaugen will deliver  the Intel Keynote on Datacenter 2015 and the Impact of Intelligent Devices, on Tuesday at 1:15 PM in the Novellus Theater at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts –(Remember—you  need to exit Moscone and walk to the theater!).

And please don’t miss the opportunity to read Pauline ‘s blogs on the Intel community website

As always , we hope to see you on our booth and to have you follow @ciscodc , and using our hashtag #oowcisco

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