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Fred King

Fred King

Lead Solution Architect, Forsythe Oracle-Sun Solutions

Fred King is a lead solution architect for Oracle-Sun Solutions at Forsythe. King has more than 20 years of experience architecting and integrating mission critical business applications on Sun systems.  In addition to his professional services experience, he has served in systems engineering and architecture positions for Sun Microsystems and other companies.

King has designed numerous Sun solutions for enterprise resource planning (ERP), data warehouse and business information projects.  He is an expert on Solaris 10, advanced features, migrations, provisioning environments, and information security.

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