Voyage to Visual Builder Cloud Service: First Impressions from an APEX Gal (Connect 2019)

Hear lessons learned on a voyage to Oracle’s newest low code tool, Visual Builder Cloud Service, VBCS. Is development really drag and drop? How much of a JavaScript expert (or not) do I have to be? What are the best use cases for VBCS vs APEX or some other development tool? Is VBCS the easiest way to extend my other Oracle cloud applications? What about mobile apps? How do I get my data there? Isn’t it expensive? What investment do I really need to benefit from VBCS for production applications? Was this voyage worth the effort, and when can VBCS make a difference for one’s Oracle cloud investment? Attend and learn about a long-time Oracle APEX developer’s adventure into VBCS.

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Oracle Low Code Lowdown: APEX vs. Visual Builder, Which is Best For You? (Connect 2019)

Oracle now boasts two Low Code development tools for building new applications or extending your Cloud services: Application Express (APEX) and Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS). How do they measure up? Which is right for your organization? Do they work together? Which is best, for which use cases?
This session presents APEX and VBCS side by side, using a common application to illustrate the talking points. Learn essential information for making an informed decision on which to use – or both. Learn about key features for development, deployment, costs, learning curve, usability, and time to master. For those who have not seen APEX or VBCS, or want to see the side by side comparison, here you go. Come learn which is the right cloud development tool your business needs.

APEX in the Cloud: Jumpstart (Connect 2019)

Learn how to leverage Application Express (APEX), Oracle’s popular low code application development tool, in Oracle’s Autonomous Database cloud services. This session walks through all the setup steps required to begin building applications with APEX in your Autonomous Database. Create new applications, extend existing ones, or move all your on-premise work to the cloud. We will cover installation of local tools to aid development, APEX administration, creating workspaces, developers and end users, building and deploying applications. We will discuss the benefits and current limitations of APEX on Autonomous vs. on-premise APEX development and deployment. If you are brand new to APEX, or moving existing APEX apps to your cloud database, this session gives you the knowledge to be productive quickly. Learn why so many developers are excited about APEX in the Cloud – and why you should be too.

Application and Database Migrations to AWS, Oracle Cloud

Application and Database Migrations to AWS, Oracle Cloud Business Benefits of having a hybrid cloud for Accelerated Growth and Innovation

AWS Cloud
– AWS Cloud Benefits for Oracle Workloads
– All other Business Benefits (Pros and Con’s)

Oracle Cloud
– Best Of Oracle Cloud Technology for Oracle Workloads.
– Business Benefits of using Hybrid Architecture

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Oracle Sharding Technical Deep Dive

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.

What’s New in Oracle ERP Cloud?

The future of Oracle Cloud looks smarter all the time. That’s often exemplified at Oracle OpenWorld, where Oracle unveils its latest product innovations, augmentations, and general improvements to its worldwide user base. Oracle OpenWorld 2018 pushed the bar higher than ever with the announcement that artificial intelligence is now an integrated core component of Oracle…

Find out how to bring your own OBIEE licenses and uncover a Better world of Big Data, Machine Learning in the Oracle Analytics Cloud

Gone are the days that Oracle is seen as a laggard in the world of Analytics, with the latest release of the OACS Oracle has jumped to the top of the leader board and amazingly given you, their customers, an easy and cost effective way to get there. Come to this session to hear how to do analytics cheaper, better and quicker with the Oracle Cloud, this will be a practical guide to your journey to a new world, book your slot early to avoid disappointment!

12c Release 2 and 18c – New Indexing Related Features

Oracle Database 12.2 and 18.3 releases have introduced a number of extremely useful new indexing features and enhancements. These include cool capabilities such as automatically tracking index usage, advanced index compression enhancements, deferred invalidation of cursors during index creation/rebuild, automatic index maintenance during new online operations (such as online table moves and conversion to partitioned objects), JSON indexing enhancements, Memoptimized Rowstore and Scalable Sequences. There might even be an Oracle Database 19c surprise.
These will all be discussed in detail with practical examples on how they can be usefully deployed to improve overall database performance.

Learn how James Avery saved nearly a Million Dollars with simple process changes

Savings doesn’t have to mean cost cutting. Continuous process improvements can also be a way to succeed in not just saving time and money, but enabling your users to focus on other tasks to help your organization. By evaluating what is required and using the right tools for the job, small changes can have huge long-lasting positive effects. Come along to see a real-world example on how James Avery Jewelry, a current Oracle e-Business Suite customer, with the help of More4Apps software achieved savings of nearly a million dollars.

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.