CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Culture

Full Frame: Views of Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle's logo casts a big red glow on San Francisco as the software giant's show takes over Moscone Center. Here are some sights from the event.

Riding the escalator down into Moscone North for Tuesday's keynote by Michael Dell.
Riding the escalator down into Moscone North for Tuesday's keynote by Michael Dell. James Martin/CNET
In Moscone West attendees shot baskets, played air hockey, Pac-Man and Donkey Kong.
In Moscone West attendees shot baskets, played air hockey, Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. James Martin/CNET
Wednesday's keynotes will feature Kris Gopalakrishnan, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director for Infosys Technologies Limited, and Oracle's Larry Ellison.
Wednesday's keynotes will feature Kris Gopalakrishnan, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director for Infosys Technologies Limited, and Oracle's Larry Ellison. James Martin/CNET
A typhoon-like storm swept through San Francisco Tuesday as more than 2 inches of rain fell amidst wind gusts of 25 mph.
A typhoon-like storm swept through San Francisco Tuesday as more than 2 inches of rain fell amidst wind gusts of 25 mph. James Martin/CNET
One Oracle software customer, framed by dual cameras that fed the live Webcast of Oracle OpenWorld, offered a video testimonial for the company's software.
One Oracle software customer, framed by dual cameras that fed the live Webcast of Oracle OpenWorld, offered a video testimonial for the company's software. Stephen Shankland/CNET
The Moscone Center's auditorium has thousands of chairs, and most of them fill up for the Oracle OpenWorld show.
The Oracle OpenWorld show packs people into Moscone Center's thousands of chairs. After Tuesday's speeches, all that remained was the red lighting and an abandoned take-out breakfast bag. Stephen Shankland/CNET
Behind the scenes, it takes many people pack up the stage from one keynote and prepare for the next.
Behind the scenes, it takes many people pack up the stage from one keynote and prepare for the next. Stephen Shankland/CNET