One of the biggest annual technology events in San Francisco is moving to Las Vegas in 2020 and will remain for at least three years.
The Oracle Open-World trade show draws about 60,000 people from over a hundred countries. The conference has been held in San Francisco for nearly two decades.
But the computer technology company announced Tuesday that beginning next year, the trade show will be held at Caesars Forum, a new convention facility set to open in March next to the LINQ.
An Oracle spokesperson says the company also plans to move its Code One 2020 developer event to Las Vegas