The Business Case for Oracle Analytics Cloud

This presentation will examine a number of use cases for Oracle Analytics Cloud and present the Business Case for this implementation when transitioning to the Oracle Cloud. The goals of this presentation will be to understand the Business Case for Oracle Analytics Cloud, understand why this is a compelling solution for Oracle ERP customers, and present a possible roadmap for customers

How Redo Generation could affect your Cloud Development performance

Redo generation is a vital part of the Oracle recovery mechanism. Without it, an instance will not recover when it crashes and will not start in a consistent state. Excessive redo generation is the result of excessive work on the database. This presentation covers the subject of reducing redo generation using LOGGING and NOLOGGING options, the differences between them, how it happens, how to reduce it and when to use. Also, you will find examples and tips regarding each one of them. Logging is crucial to ensure performance and recoverability of any Cloud or in premises environment.

Using Oracle Autonomous Health Framework to Preserve Performance and Rapidly Recover

This session will focus on the best practice use of the Oracle Autonomous Health Framework (AHF) with an emphasis on consolidated or private cloud database deployments. It will utilize a workload test driver and schemas that can be used to validate the prognostic and performance management functionality in Oracle AHF. Additionally, use cases focusing on best practices for runtime performance management, targeted diagnosis and rapid recovery to preserve availability will be covered.

Introducing new AIOps Innovations in Oracle 19c Autonomous Health Framework

Oracle Autonomous Health Framework (AHF) is Oracle’s Artificial Intelligence Operations platform for autonomous database health management. This session will focus on enhancements to current functionality and new features in 18c and coming in 19c. First successfully introduced in Cluster Health Advisor, and extended to Trace File Analyzer and Hang Manager, Oracle AHF’s applied machine learning technology now enhances additional framework components. You will learn how to utilize these features for determining workload footprint, ongoing monitoring, early detection of anomalies and performance issues, their root causes and corrective actions, prevention of node or database failures, and targeted postmortem analysis enabling quick resolution.

Applied Machine Learning for Database Autonomous Health

This session will focus on how Oracle is applying various Machine Learning technologies to the area of diagnostics to prevent performance issues and maintain availability. Details about the architectures and algorithms used for this Autonomous Health initiative will be covered for both Cloud and On-premise database deployments. Components and functionality covered will be Cluster Heath Advisor, Trace File Analyzer (Collector, Receiver and Web), Hang Manager, and Adaptive Bug Search.

From Bits of Paper to an Optimized Hospital Theater Supply Chain

Waikato District Health Board implemented Oracle in 2004. In 2010 we implemented the manufacturing modules to integrate our supply chain. Gain insights on how we implemented Oracle Work in Process with discrete jobs for surgical procedures and an automated order-pick-deliver-use process. Hear about our APEX applications created to provide a clinical user-friendly interface and make Oracle manufacturing easy to use by clinical staff. You’ll also hear how this is now being delivered to 20 Public Health Organizations as part of a New Zealand wide Oracle e-Business Suite implementation.

A best practice strategy for moving to the Cloud

Are you ready to move to the Cloud? This presentation will dismiss some of the myths surrounding Oracle Cloud and provide you with real world insight into the best practices and approaches to moving from your current on premise solution to the Cloud. Supported by teal life examples of customers who have done just that.

New Frontiers – AI Powered Conversational Interfaces aka Chatbots

“A chatbot is a computer program which attempts to maintain a conversation with a person”. – Wikipedia Oracle’s Autonomous Digital Assistant is a transformative technology to help build the next generation multi channel experience. In this session the participant will experience the power of Chatbot, one of the most revolutionary technologies that leverages AI and delivers a 40-50% improvement in communication productivity in just a few weeks. These intelligent bots enable natural conversation with people and continue to improve with recent advancements in machine learning, and the convergence of computing power and big data. Plus, the Oracle Bots platform helps organisations engage with their customers and employees through universal instant messaging and chat clients, like Facebook Messenger and WeChat, or by adding conversational features to mobile apps. Attend this session to learn everything about what the platform has to offer when it comes to building conversation interfaces.

Visualising Java Script Development: No-Code to Low Code.

JavaScript has a reputation for being one of the worst programming languages in existence, and for good reasons! JavaScript is easy to learn and easy to use, except when it’s not. Although it’s very popular, the JavaScript/HTML5/REST architecture doesn’t lend itself easily to use by newbies. Even experienced developers often find themselves spending too much time on mundane coding rather than on delivering important functionality. A new generation of development tools aims to provide a faster approach for JavaScript-based development through the power of visual development. This demo focus session discusses how Oracle approached development simplification for its developers (and for you) and shows you the results of its efforts.