Why is Cisco John Chambers Oracle OpenWorld Key Note Speaker?

September 21, 2011 - 0 Comments


Do you know the expected size of the audience at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in San Francisco , October 2-6. ?  Probably at least 41 000 attendees .No doubt that this year again the huge software company will succeed in attracting a very large crowd of IT decision makers and managers anxious to  learn more,  and solve daily problems as well as planning future services for their organizations.

Cisco this year again will be present as a diamond sponsor – And guess what ? John  Chambers , Chairman and CEO of Cisco will on Wednesday October 5 morning the key notes speaker starting at 8:00 am PST . Well ..what does it mean ?  Let me give you my perspective on that

First the partnership  between Oracle and Cisco is getting stronger and deeper over the time- Yes our entrance on the server market with the Unified Computing systems at the time that Oracle was acquiring Sun Microsystems makes the relationhip more complex , but let’s face it – Oracle is first of all a software company, and when a company like Cisco is coming with a very successful server  platform which makes your software shine in terms of performances, you definitely want your applications on this platform. Check out here benchmark reports and some customer testimonials.

Second Cisco is a very good Oracle customer with a very strong practice in terms of SCM, HR, financial management … Beyond the revenues generated by the “customer” no doubt that Oracle is learning a lot from the excellent Cisco IT practices  – No surprise that Cisco is always invited  as a customer to share testimonials and experiences.

Finally it’s clear that  the unique vision of Cisco  (Built the Human Network) , the large portfolio (Data Center and Cloud, Collaboration, Borderless Network) , as well as the quality of products and services, benefit to  the Oracle customers, which are by far also Cisco customers. Oracle customers are eager to hear what John Chambers has to say, because they recognize the importance of the network to the success of their Oracle environment.

Cisco is absolutely committed to this success, and developed over the past years practices to secure the deployment of solutions called “Cisco Validated Design “ . Cisco engineers and architects have been working diligently with their peers from Oracle to offer to the customers as well as to the partners of both companies a level of understanding and knowledge , conducive to a very stable environment

If  you plan to attend Oracle OpenWorld , or have some of your colleagues going there please make sure to take advantage of the following guide

-Visit our external website , where we listed the major opportunities to hear from Cisco , including

John Chambers speech on Wednesday – John’s speech will be streamed live by Oracle and by Cisco (courtesy of Oracle)

Attend Our speaking sessions where Cisco and Oracle experts will  share with you the best recipes to improve significantly your operations

-Stop by at our booth  (#721) – We prepare for you amazing demos Our experts will be waiting for you

To request a meeting at Oracle OpenWorld with a Cisco Data Center or Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) subject matter expert, contact your account manager or send an email to cisco_oow11@external.cisco.com.

-With our partners, we prepare also a series of presentations on the booth which will give you the opportunity to win iPad and other cool gifts.

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