Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2012 conference coverage

OpenWorld and JavaOne 2012 conference coverage

Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne will be held Sept. 30 to Oct. 4 this year at the Moscone Center and various locations throughout San Francisco this year.,, and will have editors and reporters on-site, offering up the latest news, features, videos and analyses from the two shows.

Our coverage of OpenWorld includes details on Oracle Database 12c, the new database Oracle is announcing, as well as stories on expected announcements about Oracle Cloud, Fusion Applications and server hardware appliances such as Exadata.

Meanwhile, comprehensive coverage of JavaOne includes the latest news and advice on the evolution of the Java platform, software test and application lifecycle management, cloud computing, and emerging tools and languages.

Table of contents:

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 special report

The 30th annual Oracle OpenWorld conference has 50,000 registered attendees and is packed full of sessions and keynotes on Oracle databases, applications, middleware and hardware, among other topics. OpenWorld occurs the same time as JavaOne 2012, and together the two take over a large chunk of San Francisco for the entire week.

Editors from and will be at OpenWorld the whole week, capturing all the news and focusing on user sessions on Oracle Database 12c, engineered systems and other hardware, Oracle application upgrades, cloud computing and other topics.

JavaOne conference coverage 2012

The JavaOne 2012 Conference promises to deliver the latest news and technical advice on the evolution of the Java platform, cloud computing, emerging tools and languages, software test and application lifecycle management and more. JavaOne occurs in tandem with Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco and our sister site will be on the scene with the latest news.'s editors will be at JavaOne 2012, so check this page often for news and session coverage of this major Java conference. Stay tuned for reports about keynotes, product announcements and sessions, as well as in-depth interviews with JavaOne speakers and attendees.