Event Recording

Extending the Principles of Service-Oriented Security to Cloud Computing

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John Aisien
Vice President of Product Management
Oracle Corporation
John Aisien
John is the lead member of the outbound product management team that drives sales and adoption of Oracle Fusion Middleware within the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Oracle Fusion Middleware is the fastest growing product line at Oracle, with over $1B in revenue in FY 2006. ...
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