Oracle OpenWorld 2005

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Oracle OpenWorld 2005

DecisionPoint offers ?rocking analytics? for Oracle Applications and PeopleSoft. The tie-dye was psychedelic, but the salespeople?s schpiels about ERP sounded like The Man, man. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Microsoft Does RAC

Weve implemented lots of two-node, four-node systems, and theyve been really successful, a Microsoft cluster maiden intoned. Really. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Microsoft Does RAC

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Andy Mendelsohn

Oracle SVP of Server Technologies Andy Mendelsohn, fearless foe against sneaky identity thieves, extols 10g R2s latest Transparent Data Encryption. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Andy Mendelsohn

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Showgoer Brian Houest

Brian Houest was part of the crowd looking to pack into room 130 to hear about favorite new features in 10g R2. Houest, whos in the application development group for Goodyear, in Akron, Ohio, said R2?s new tuning features are the thing that floats his bo

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Showgoer Brian Houest

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Showgoer Mark Farnham

Mark Farnham, an Oracle Applications User Group Board of Directors member and president of Oracle consultancy Rightsizing Inc., was another showgoer standing in line to hear about 10g R2. Speaking as Rightsizing president and not as an OAUG official voice

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Showgoer Mark Farnham

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - ClearOrbit\s Impish NASCAR Gamins

ClearOrbits employees are clearly thrilled that theyve been allowed to dress up as NASCAR sports announcers and cheerleaders in order to promote real-time supply chain something or other. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - ClearOrbit\s Impish NASCAR Gamins

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - 10g R2 Line

About a gazillion showgoers stood in a line that snaked through the exhibit hall, round the corner, up the stairs toward street level and, as far as eWEEK.com could determine, finally ended somewhere around Fresno. The attraction: hearing about choice new

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - 10g R2 Line

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Oracle\s Fusion Middleware Stairs

Oracle was all about Fusion Middleware this year. As witnessed by its stair art at Moscone North. Which is in the middle of the two escalator sets. Get it? Get it? (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Oracle\s Fusion Middleware Stairs

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Showgoers Vibrated into Submission

Showgoers were strapped into NASCAR simulations and then vibrated at a pitch that would alter their brain waves to enhance susceptibility to real-time supply chain management. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Showgoers Vibrated into Submission

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Oracle\s Demoliciousness

A showgoer slumps in awe at Oracles demo booth, where 10g Rs Transparent Data Encryption was made apparent to him. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Oracle\s Demoliciousness

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - AMD\s Ferrari

AMD was pitching a chip performance grand prix with a red race car. Large, puffy wheels included. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - AMD\s Ferrari

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Oracle\s Girard-Perregaux Racing Yacht

Perched outside the OpenWorld lecture hall crouched Oracles racing yacht, Girard-Perregaux, which eWEEK.com has translated as a French term meaning large, damp tax write-off. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Oracle\s Girard-Perregaux Racing Yacht

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Larry has a Large Boat

eWEEK research revealed no showgoers singing Come Sail Away. (SOURCE: Lisa Vaas/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Oracle OpenWorld 2005 - Larry has a Large Boat

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