Oracle OpenWorld 2013 kicks off today and it might surprise you to learn how many great Microsoft sessions will be delivered. Oracle products run on the platform that make up the Microsoft Cloud OS vision, so it’s important for us to give you great information on our latest innovations, and how partner products integrate and execute well.
For starters, you might want to rewind a couple months back and see Brad Anderson’s blog post “After Today, Cloud Computing is No Longer a Spectator Sport”. It establishes some of the groundwork for the What’s New In Windows Server 2012 R2 series, also on his blog.
If you’ll be attending OpenWorld in San Francisco, find your way to our booth for an opportunity to see the Cloud OS in action - through both interactive and guided demos. Product experts will be on hand to answer your public and private cloud puzzlers.
Then, make your way to one of our sessions to get first-hand vision and instruction. Here are some sessions we think you’ll find valuable:
There’s even more to see. Search the sessions below in the Oracle Openworld 2013 content catalog for more details:
For those of you that want to try Windows Server 2012 R2, you can download the Preview and RTM bits. See the Microsoft.com Windows Server 2012 R2 area for more information. See the TechNet Evaluation Center for previews and downloads of other Microsoft products like System Center, SQL Server, and Microsoft Exchange.
We hope you enjoy the Microsoft sessions at OpenWorld!
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