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Arm Development Made Easy in the Cloud - Join Us for a Live Interactive Discussion.


Oct 19
19:30 - 19:55

SPEAKERS

Manish Kapur

Director, Product Management, Oracle

Sanjay Pillai

Product Manager , Oracle

Peter Pouliot

Developer Advocacy, Ampere Computing

Brad Keleman

Senior Principal Product Manager, OCI Development User Experience, Oracle

Come join us for an interactive live discussion to learn how Ampere, Arm, and Oracle are making Arm server-side development easy and cost-effective. We will cover the developer ecosystem available to enable developers to seamlessly transition, build, and run Arm64 applications in the cloud. Engage with our panelists and bring in your questions about Arm-based development challenges.

Don’t miss out: This is a live-only session, and it won’t be available on-demand after Arm DevSummit.

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