April 7-11, 2019 - San Antonio, TX USA
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Steve Daheb to Deliver Oracle Keynote

Steve Daheb, Oracle’s senior vice president for Oracle Cloud, delivers this year’s Oracle keynote, Oracle Cloud — How to Build Your Own Personalized Path to Cloud, Monday, April 23 at 2:30 p.m. Companies today have three sometimes conflicting mandates: modernize and innovate while reducing costs. The right cloud platform has the potential to address all three, but migrating isn’t always as easy as it sounds. That’s because everyone’s needs are unique, and cookie-cutter approaches just don’t work.

 

 

The Oracle Cloud Platform makes it possible to develop your own unique path to cloud from wherever you choose — SaaS, PaaS or IaaS. Learn how Oracle’s Autonomous Cloud Platform repairs, secures and drives itself, allowing you to reduce cost and risk, while at the same time delivering greater insights into your organization. Hear how your colleagues have designed their own journeys to cloud.

Steve Daheb joined Oracle in 2015, bringing a strong record of building businesses, creating new categories and driving integrated sales and marketing execution to achieve revenue growth. Daheb is responsible for driving the global transformation and growth of key Oracle Cloud portfolio offerings including all PaaS and IaaS. His responsibilities include full go-to-market strategy and execution to achieve top-line growth of Oracle's cloud business.

Prior to joining Oracle, Daheb was chief marketing officer at Citrix. There he had global responsibilities for all corporate, solutions, product and partner marketing. Prior to joining Citrix, Daheb served as the chief marketing officer at Blue Coat, a leading provider of web security and WAN optimization solutions. He helped lead the $1.3B sale of Blue Coat to a private equity firm. Previous to Blue Coat, he was chief marketing officer and senior vice president of business development at Emulex Corporation. Before that, Daheb held marketing, sales and business development leadership roles at BlueArc Corporation (acquired by Hitachi Data Systems), Tasman Networks (acquired by Nortel), Brocade and Lucent.