Predicting Good Wines in the Database with Oracle Machine Learning and Oracle analytics Cloud

Oracle Machine Learning includes a set of tools enabling data scientist to create production ready Machine Learning models close to where the data sits: the database! The presentation and demo shows a full data science process: from the creation of an Autonomous Data Warehouse in the cloud in few clicks, the data upload, the creation of a deeply customisable Machine Learning model via notebooks available immediately with ADW which enable also the the visual data exploration. Few PL/SQL calls will create the ML model which will then be used to create predictions on the fly. The model itself and the results generated will be visualised in Oracle Analytics Cloud showing how easy is the Business Analyst – Data Scientist collaboration within the Oracle ecosystem. So, sit back, grab a glass and learn some practical and fun Oracle tech tips.

Oracle 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 Dr. Nadia Bendjedou as she delivers an update on the Oracle E-Business Suite product line.

Nadia 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. 

Getting inside into your Oracle APEX apps

So, you create an awesome APEX application and send it out into the world… do you ever wonder how it’s being used? If people use it as you intended or if people are experiencing issues you never hear about? When users have issues, do you have enough information about their problem to solve it? I have experienced all of these issues and in this presentation, I will guide you through the solutions. Using a tool called APEX Project Eye, we can easily gain insight into all of our applications… during development and after!

The Force is Strong with Enterprise Reporting and Data Analytics

A new dawn is upon us where Data is the world’s most valuable commodity! In fact, concepts like Enterprise Reporting, Data Analytics, Machine Learning and AI are all hot topics for modern business leadership, with the biggest question being: how can my data work for me? Recognizing this, organizations are in a race to become data driven. Simply put, this is about making informed and timely decisions and unlocking possibilities based on having access to valuable insights. Oracle Narrative Reporting, Oracle Analytics and Autonomous Data Warehouse are front and centre of this new dawn for Oracle. The reality is every organization will be at a different stage in their journey to become data driven; by adopting Oracle technology and the appropriate digital transformation plan, you are able to maximize success on this journey.

This session will cover:
• Measuring your Reporting and Analytics maturity
• Understanding the Reporting Pyramid
• The difference between manual and automated reporting processes
• Centralised Reporting & Analytics Capability Across the Enterprise (ERP, HCM, CRM, EPM, and more…)
• Overview of Oracle Narrative Reporting
• Overview of Oracle Analytics
• Overview of Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW)

Turbocharge Performance with Oracle 19c In-Memory Database

This session will be entirely a live hands-on demo and will enable attendees to experience under the hood all the exciting new In-Memory features introduced in Oracle database 19c as well as cover all the main features since the product was introduced in Oracle 12c.

Changing face of Integrations in EPM

Transitioning to the cloud is both a strategic priority, but also a strategic risk for many companies. With investments over the years in a combination of both on-premises and cloud technologies, any new EPM tool will require a hybrid approach to data management – where sourcing metadata and data from multiple sources is the norm, not the exception.
EPM Cloud and the new features contained with the EPM Integration agent are a great step forward in delivering that new reality. This session explores various options available to make these integrations flexible and powerful with tips and tricks around the following topics:
• Integrating on-premise systems using Integration Agent
• Integrating cloud systems using the integration agent
• Marrying Groovy and Data Management to deliver robust and reliable solutions
• On-demand data load from sources – real-time data for your clients
By the end of the session, you’ll have all the information to convert Data Management into a true Data Hub

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

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.

Database 12c to 20c, Journey of key feature sets

This presentation will look at 12c to 20c new features that should be investigated for use which include Multitenant, IN-Memory and Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing and many more.
I will discuss the 12c to 20c Journey for these new features with examples and sample code.
Attendees can expect brief introduction of all the new features with deep dive into Multitenant, IN-Memory and Automatic Indexing

Modernizing your Oracle applications without upgrading? Yes you can!

Hate upgrading, but want to modernize your ERP and adjacent technology? This session is for you. Come discover options Oracle customers have to use modern Java versions, web browsers, MS Office versions, and even operating systems with virtually any version of ERP. We will also be talking about modernizing the UX, mobile integration, extracting advanced analytics, and implementing future-proofing modern security techniques on any ERP version – all with a fraction of the costs and efforts associated with disruptive patching or expensive upgrades.