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November 2019

5 Ways to Knockout Time from Your Oracle Subledger Reporting – Webinar

19 November, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT

Join Gregg van der Westhuizen, senior solution engineer, as he takes you through five rounds of easy productivity gains with examples from Procure to Pay and Invoice to Cash: Round 1 – Drill down to a live Account Analysis report in Excel to analyze subledgers Round 2 - Reconcile Accounts Payable trial balance to General Ledger Round 3 - Drill down to detail and compare transactions between General Ledger and Accounts Payable Round 4 - Use pre-built report templates to…

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February 2020

Cloud Native Architecture (Design for Automation)

26 February, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEDT

Are you moving to Cloud? Are you Planning and Designing your legacy systems to move on Cloud? Let's have a look on Cloud architectural principles to make your application/systems for cloud ready. To adopt unique capabilities of the cloud one must be aware of microservices, containers, Automate the build, testing, and deployment of the packages, automatically scaling-up and down, distributed processing etc. Designing your application and system in such a way, that can run on any platform. Join me in…

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March 2020

Histograms (In Oracle Database 11g to Oracle Database 19c) Could Be Your Friend

4 March, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEDT

In this session learn what histograms are and how they can be useful to you. Topics covered for Oracle Database 11g histograms include frequency histograms and height-balanced histograms. Topics covered for Oracle Database 12c Histograms include challenges with Oracle Database 11g histograms, top frequency histograms, and hybrid histograms. The session also covers Oracle Database 18c histograms and Oracle Database 19c histograms. Presenter : Anuj Mohan You must register at if you want to attend this event.  

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New to APEX – please take a seat?

11 March, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT

Okay you are new to using APEX as development tool this is great. Big and warm welcome to the best community in Oracle world. What this sessions is about is giving an insight of how you can start, where to find information or fine tune your skills. Most important how to keep up to date with all the changes. If you want to fast track your DEV skills by learning about APEX basics this is a perfect session for you.…

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Blockchain vs Database

25 March, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEDT

Blockchains have become famous as the underpinning of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. However, they have much wider implications for database systems and applications. The Blockchain provides the internet with a built-in trusted transactional layer and a new type of tamper-proof distributed database. ProvenDB and ProvenDocs are two Atlas-enabled services that use MongoDB Atlas as a data store and blockchain as a mechanism for adding tamper-proofing and immutable histories. We'll start with an overview of Blockchain technology including key concepts of…

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April 2020

Bullet Proof Your Data Guard 12.2c/18c/19c On-Premise and to the Cloud

1 April, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT

Learn how you can setup Data Guard with all the best practices. Attendees will get a brief history of Data Guard and how it became Data Guard. Then we will dive directly into new features in Oracle Data Guard 12c Release 2/18c/19c. In addition to demonstrating how simple it is to setup Data Guard, this session will disseminate fundamental Data Guard best practices and reference architectures that DBAs need to know to protect their Oracle ecosystem. The author of the…

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APEX: Validate your Validations: Both Sides Now

8 April, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST

This session covers APEX validations: server-side and client-side, on forms and, with greater focus, on interactive grids because of the relatively complexity and newness to many APEX developers. We will discuss recommended validation strategy, client side and server side, on forms and on interactive grids. We will demonstrate declarative, HTML5 and JavaScript options, and tips for both single and multi-row validations in grids. We will point out the need to balance perfect data with a user-friendly user interface, and how…

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Next Generation Databases

22 April, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST

Over the past ten years the data revolution has been accompanied by a revolution in database systems. The one size fits all RDBMS has given way to a plethora of diverse data management technologies. This talk will survey these new database technologies, consider their utility in leveraging existing data assets and speculate on how these will evolve to meet tomorrows data needs. We’ll conclude with a review of how these trends influence Oracle’s data management platform. Presenter : Guy Harrison…

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June 2020

APEX Interactive Grids: Standardize for Productivity and Sanity

10 June, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST

Interactive Grids have a myriad of customization options, some declarative, and most via JavaScript APIs. How does a developer, or an organization stay sane, organized and consistent with so many options? Standardize! Delivering clean, uniform, customized interactive grids within a single application, or across many developers and many applications is easier than you think. This session demonstrates several options to standardize grid features within and across applications: plugins, common configuration files and CSS classes. These methods allow developers to reuse…

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July 2020

Get Ready For Brain OverLoad with Oracle Database 18c/19c/20c Features

8 July, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST

Oracle Database 12 Release 2 is packed with enhancements for DBAs and Developers. Come listen to all the pertinent new features in Oracle 12.2/18c/19c that will change how you perform maintenance and tune the database. This session is not the traditional Oracle 12.2/18c/19c database features. Be prepared to have mind overloaded with the following focused areas: 1. Oracle 20c New Features 2. Oracle 19c New Features Why do you need to go directly to Oracle Database 19c and skip Oracle…

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