Oracle Day held in Oman
Roadshow showcased new innovations including Oracle Exalytics Business Intelligence Machine
Oracle held its Oracle Day in Oman this week as part of its EMEA Oracle Day roadshow. The roadshow is designed to share the latest innovations unveiled at the Oracle OpenWorld 2011 event in San Francisco last month, with local customers and the local IT community.
"The Oracle Day event in Oman was yet another opportunity to showcase Oracle's commitment to current and potential customers in the Omani market," said Fadi Abdulkhalek, vice president, Oracle - Middle East & Africa-Public Cluster leader.
The Oman event was held under the title ‘More Expertise. More Innovation. More Insight', and was a combination of C-level, functional, and technology tracks.
Key unveilings at Oracle Open World, highlighted during the event in Oman included the Oracle Exalytics Business Intelligence Machine, designed as Oracle's first in-memory hardware and software system. It is designed to run analytics faster than ever, provide real-time speed-of-thought visual analysis, and enable new types of analytic applications.
The event in Oman also focused on Oracle Public Cloud, which is designed to provide customers with flexible deployment by enabling them to run the same business applications in the cloud and on-premise.
"We had the chance to share with them the unmatched qualities of Oracle cloud systems as well as the power of Oracle hardware and software engineered to work together to inspire their innovation and drive further success and growth to their businesses," Abdulkhalek added.