Big Event, Big Drama: Oracle OpenWorld
Last week's Oracle OpenWorld was one of the largest IT conferences in the world, and was likely the largest vendor-focused conference. With 60,000 total attendees, including about 5,000 partner attendees both in person and online, Oracle OpenWorld was easily the best way to learn about and discuss all things Oracle from a customer and solution provider perspective.
At the same time, the conference provided no small measure of drama centered around the come-from-behind America's Cup win by Oracle Team USA, which included Oracle CEO Larry Ellison skipping a keynote to attend a race and a confrontation between an America's Cup protestor and police.
Regardless of whether you missed Oracle OpenWorld, or were there but way too busy to see everything, just turn the page to see some things you may have missed.