In less than two weeks tens of thousands of Oracle’s customers and partners will gathering for our annual conference in San Francisco. It’s always an exciting time, but this year I am more excited than normal because I’ll be talking about some of our work on Blockchain technology. Blockchain, or Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is one of the most exciting and disruptive technologies to emerge for a very long time and I’ve been quietly researching and working with it for quite a while in semi stealth mode (if you follow me on twitter you probably picked up on this) and this year a lot of Oracle experts will start showing you some of our work and sharing our views and insights. Given the level of interest in the topic, I expect all the Blockchain related sessions to be packed houses so register for them as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.
So three ways to find Blockchain sessions
- Use this Focus on Blockchain document that lists keynotes, demo, sessions, hands on and panel discussions.
- Go to the session Catalog and use the handy filter as seen below
- Just use this link to register for sessions I’m presenting
Although it was announced in an Oracle blog post a few weeks ago, there was an announcement from Hyperledger today which has been picked up by coindesk and a lot of other news outlets.
I have been working on/with Blockchain or Disitributed Ledger Techncology(DLT)* for some time, as have many, many people inside Oracle. I have also been talking to A LOT of our customers, because when a technology has the possibility to make huge transformations to the way we do business, collaboration is critical. I love that I am able to not only be part of the conversation on how the technology evolves, but also how enterprises will be able to benefit from it and how it will impact existing applications and business processes in the short, medium and long term.
I will share some of my work in my session at Oracle OpenWorld in a few weeks, so if you are coming to San Francisco for that, hopefully you’ll join me at the below session (register now in case it gets fully booked)
There are plenty of other sessions discussing Blockchain, watch this space for a comprehensive list.
*The controversy on what is a Blockchain and what is DLT merits a blog post all of its own.