eProseed will co-organize the forthcoming Oracle Cloud Application Development and Deploy Summit in Dubai. The summit will gather Oracle product managers, eProseed’s highest skilled specialists, and selected customers from Middle East and North Africa countries (MENA), a region in which eProseed is very active with offices in Beirut (Lebanon), Dubai (United Arab Emirates), and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia).
eProseed’s CEO, Geoffroy de Lamalle, is proud to announce that the company will be the exclusive sponsor of the Oracle Cloud Application Development and Deploy Summit for the MENA region that will take place at the Marriott Hotel Al Jaddaf in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on February 26, 2017.
The goal of the summit is to create a forum for the exchange of ideas with the Oracle Product Management and Engineering teams in order to provide feedback and help shape the future direction of Oracle’s Cloud strategy. The participants of the summit will have a unique opportunity to share ideas, best practices, business use cases and solutions as well as learn from the experience of other Oracle customers drawn from multiple industries.
eProseed’s ACE Directors and members of Oracle’s Product Management and Engineering teams will discuss, with a group of hand-picked participants, the transformation now taking place in the market as organizations are moving their business models to the cloud.
“This summit is a chance for us to share our vision and our enthusiasm with selected customers in the presence of Oracle’s top product strategists and technical leaders”, Geoffroy de Lamalle comments. “On this occasion, one of our customers will showcase concrete business use cases and impart his best practices for making the most of Oracle’s technology solutions to his peers from the MENA region”, he adds.
The Oracle Cloud Application Development and Deploy Summit is the natural evolution of the former Oracle Customer Advisory Board meetings in the area of Java Cloud Service, Application Container Cloud, WebLogic Server, Coherence, Microservices, and Cloud Native computing.