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Whether you were able to be out in Las Vegas last month for IBM's first-ever global Spring conference or not, you might have thought you missed the opportunity to see Brad Petrus, our COO present on how to deliver on Oracle Exadata's promises with IBM POWER - but THINK again!
It's going to be a busy couple of weeks for our team!
We've been invited to showcase Master Automation Sequencer (MAS) in the IBM booth - number 1000 - at OAUG's Collaborate 2018 in Las Vegas, April 22nd - 26th.
Look who made the news!
In the wake of our recent headquarter relocation to Tampa, Florida, we gladly recieved some media coverage about why we made the move.
The writing is definitely on the wall. With reports coming out that Oracle has laid off most of their Sun and Solaris sales and support staff, everyone knows that the sun is setting on Sparc.
Every organization running Oracle workloads on Sun hardware is being forced to do the best they can to distribute weight precariously across the thin ice they now stand on, and identify a new stable platform on which to run their Oracle workloads that won't take too long to provision, deploy, and successfully manage.
Whew! Back and settling in to a normal schedule now, after several of our team members took a fantastic trip to Las Vegas for IBM's first-ever global event - Think 2018. As a bonus, Vendita was invited to participate in and present a Mini TED talk session at IBM's invite-only PartnerWorld Leadership Conference that - this year - took place simultaneously as Think.
Over the last couple of days, I've had some time to reflect upon our experience attending, exhibiting and presenting, and I wanted to share my three top take-aways from the show: