Connect Conference Series 2019

The Connect 2019 Conference Series is shaping up to be one of our best conferences yet. As usual, we are running events in two locations – in Melbourne and in Perth – to cater for our members on both the east and west coasts of Australia. You can find out more about both events including how to get there and the conference schedule for both Melbourne and Perth.

We will have plenty of in-depth presentation on subjects such as architecture and design, ORACLE RDBMS, analytics, security, operations, scalability, performance, cloud, big data and other challenging business needs!

On Premises, Hybrid, and in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure—Your Choice

  • Discover All the Benefits of Oracle Applications Unlimited
  • Learn from the Oracle Experts (Oracle OpenWorld 2019 updates )
  • Take Advantage of All Your Options and Learn More
  • Find What You Need to Know from the Oracle Experts ( via Q &A )
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Oracle E-Business Suite: Update, Strategy, and Roadmap – APP19

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Running Your E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Why, What & How?Oracle E-Business Suite Cloud Manager: Deployment, Configuration, and Beyond
  • The Case for Cloud: Developing a business case moving from on-premise to Cloud
  • Move and Improve Your Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Cloud: Strategy and Updates
  • Mission Possible: Oracle Cloud ERP, HCM, and EPM on 3 continents in 6 months
  • Learn how to unlock your EBS data for free running in days!
  • Th cost of not automating account payables – what are you missing?
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MEET INTERNATIONAL SPECIALISTS AND IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS

  • Gustavo Gonzalez – Argentina
  • Nadia Bendjedou -Vice President – Product Strategy, Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Richard Atkins-Director, Cloud ApplicationsCertus APAC
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Get your money’s worth out of your Database with new Features and Performance tuning Days

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Get Ready For Brain OverLoad with Oracle Database 12.2/18c/19c
  • New indexing and partitioning features introduced in Oracle Database 18c and 19c
  • 12c Release 2 and 18c – New Indexing Related Features
  • 10 Things You Might Not Know But Really Should About Oracle Indexes
  • Why it is of paramount importance to keep your SQL statements simple Leveraging execution plans for problem solving
  • How To Analyze SQL Run Times By Plan Using ASH Data
  • The Oracle Database 19c Optimizer -it just got bigger and better!
  • SQL Gone Wild! – Taming and Tuning the Optimizer
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MEET INTERNATIONAL ORACLE E-BUSINESS SUITE SPECIALISTS AND IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS

  • Richard Foote -Australia
  • Craig Shallahamer -USA
  • Charles Kim -USA
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APEX Dev Day – Hands-on Database Application Development – Oracle   – DEV 19

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Oracle Application Express: Low Code Meets the Enterprise
  • APEX in the Cloud: Jumpstart
  • Oracle Low Code Lowdown: APEX vs. Visual Builder, Which is Best For You?
  • Voyage to Visual Builder Cloud Service: First Impressions from an APEX Gal
  • APEX for Forms Developers
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MEET INTERNATIONAL ORACLE DEV/ APEX SPECIALISTS AND IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS

  • David Peake -USA
  • Karen Cannell -USA
  • Scott Wesley  -Australia
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Journey to the future – Discovering Oracle Developer Cloud Services and more – TECH19

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Methods to Migrate Your Workload to Oracle Autonomous Database
  • Accelerate migration to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with minimal downtime
  • Does the Cloud Mean the End of the DBA? Life After Oracle Autonomous Database
  • 8 Methods to Migrate Your Database to Oracle Cloud DBSystem
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MEET INTERNATIONAL ORACLE DATABASE SPECIALISTS AND IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS

  • Francisco Munoz Alvarez – -Australia
  • Charles Kim -USA
  • Gavin Soorma  -Australia
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Journey to the BI future – Discovering Python, Oracle ADWC Analytics BI and Machine Learning – TECH 19

  • Learn the tools that are part of the baggage of Data Scientists, so to speak
  • Deep Dive into Advanced analytical tools accessible to Business Users and non-DBAs.
  • Oracle Autonomous Database /OAC is the latest, modern evolution of Oracle Database technology.
  • Managing and analyzing large volumes of data in the Cloud easier, faster and more powerful.
  • Learn how to manage your Data Warehouse and Advanced Data Analysis and your /ETL workloads
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Two Great Locations :

  • Monday 14th October – Rendezvous Hotel In Melbourne
  • Wednesday 16th October –  Mercure Hotel in Perth

Rendezvous Hotel In Melbourne

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