Oracle E-Business Suite: Update, Strategy, and RoadmapOracle E-Business Suite: Update, Strategy, and Roadmap

As a current Oracle E-Business Suite customer, you want the confidence that your choice of integrated, global business applications will continue to enable your organization to make better decisions, reduce costs, and increase performance. In this session, hear from Jyotideep Singh (JD) as he delivers an update on the Oracle E-Business Suite product line. JD will also discuss the benefits you can expect to receive from both cloud and on-premises E-Business Suite investments. You will come away with an understanding of the value Oracle E-Business Suite applications deliver now and in the future

Protect your data from threats in a digital, multi-cloud world

As more and more businesses move into a digital world the use of cloud, containers and cloud-native solutions is common and understanding the challenges to protect applications and their data across traditional (e.g. Oracle) and modern databases (e.g. NoSQL) is important. In this session you can learn how to simplify your data protection in a multi-cloud environment supporting traditional and modern applications and databases. The session will also cover how to extend the data protection solution to provide a comprehensive cyber recovery capability to recover your data from a cyber event.

Protect your data from threats in a digital, multi-cloud world

As more and more businesses move into a digital world the use of cloud, containers and cloud-native solutions is common and understanding the challenges to protect applications and their data across traditional (e.g. Oracle) and modern databases (e.g. NoSQL) is important. In this session you can learn how to simplify your data protection in a multi-cloud environment supporting traditional and modern applications and databases. The session will also cover how to extend the data protection solution to provide a comprehensive cyber recovery capability to recover your data from a cyber event.

Oracle APEX 21 New Features

Oracle Application Express (APEX) is a low-code development platform that enables you to build scalable, secure enterprise apps, with world-class features, that can be deployed anywhere. Using APEX, developers can quickly develop and deploy compelling apps that solve real problems and provide immediate value. In this session, we are showing what’s new in APEX 21.1, which was released earlier in 2021 and introduce what’s coming in APEX 21.2. We’ll demonstrate the new maps region, support for spatial data types and the new geolocation item type. You’ll see several enhancements to Faceted Search, including support for the new Cards region and multi-value columns. We’ll round out this session with a preview of the new built-in support for progressive web apps (PWA).

Moving Oracle to the Cloud? A Breakdown of What You Need to Know

Is your Oracle application roadmap keeping you up at night with questions and concerns about migration complexity, costs and licensing? Whether it’s EBS, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards or another Oracle application, there are many factors to consider. The good news is that you have viable options—it’s matter of understanding how Oracle works and which option is best for your business. 

Join Oracle application and migration experts from Navisite and AWS for an interactive discussion to explore: 

What Oracle applications can be moved to AWS and how
Common concerns with moving to AWS
The benefits of running Oracle applications on AWS
Where cloud-native technologies fit into your migration path

Moving Oracle to the Cloud? A Breakdown of What You Need to Know

Is your Oracle application roadmap keeping you up at night with questions and concerns about migration complexity, costs and licensing? Whether it’s EBS, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards or another Oracle application, there are many factors to consider. The good news is that you have viable options—it’s matter of understanding how Oracle works and which option is best for your business. 

Join Oracle application and migration experts from Navisite and AWS for an interactive discussion to explore: 

What Oracle applications can be moved to AWS and how
Common concerns with moving to AWS
The benefits of running Oracle applications on AWS
Where cloud-native technologies fit into your migration path

Database Management for the Modern DBA

As the reliant of data is becoming more and more apparent for business, DBA's play a very critical role to ensure that
the database lights remain "ON", protected and always available to its end users.

As innovation increases so does demand on workload resources, more databases to manage, more environment to deploy.
With that comes challenges including performance, maintenance, compliance and associated costs.

Join us for a session to learn about how you can leverage automation, and machine learning in the Oracle management solutions ​to help improve your productivity so you can focus on more value add activities.

Draw and Deploy your Architecture with the OCI Designer Toolkit

Before building OCI Infrastructure – either manually or using Infrastructure as Code tools and concepts – we need to spend time designing and visualizing the architecture. This can be done using a variety of tools, Microsoft Visio and Draw.io to name a few, but these are only diagrams useful for discussing the architecture missing key information that would allow you to translate the design into a working solution. To address these huge shortcomings of traditional design tools we decided to build OKIT.

The OCI Designer Toolkit (OKIT) is a, standalone / offline (but OCI integrated) , OpenSource browser-based Drag-n-Drop design tool for OCI providing rapid design and prototyping of OCI based infrastructure. Once the design is complete Terraform / Ansible scripts can be generated that can then be executed to build what has been designed.

I'd like to introduce and demo OKIT and its offerings.

Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall 20.4 – live and in action!

In this session we will perform a deep dive into Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall (AVDF) version 20.4 and experience a live real-time demonstration of Oracle AVDF as it monitors both Oracle and non-Oracle database traffic to detect and block security threats via Database Firewall.

We will also view how we can very easily create audit policies, configure alerts, detect both access as well as modification of sensitive data along with generating and viewing the extensive audit and compliance reports from the content-rich AVDF web console.

Benefits: Learn about the Audit Vault and Database Firewall architecture as well as the key AVDF features and options available on the AVDF web console and most importantly experience hands-on and in real-time how to create audit policies, configure alerts and block undesirable SQL traffic!

IaaS, Oracle DBaaS, Autonomous, ExaCS, Cloud@Customer: How to choose the right database service on OCI?

Migrating Oracle to Azure is the easiest because there are no database services available. You migrate the database to Azure IaaS. When going to AWS, there are two options – EC2 or RDS. Within RDS, SE license included or not, and EE. When it comes to OCI, the choices are even wider, and you have the option to bring your own license (BYOL). Let's discuss the various OCI database services and choose the right database service for your workload. Learn about the Oracle database on Virtual Machine, Bare Metal, Autonomous Database, Dedicated Exadata, and Cloud at your data center.

I will explain the various options to run Oracle DB on OCI, migration options, cost differences, and when a certain service adds value.