By Irem Radzik-Oracle on Sep 06, 2013
As we are getting ready for another great OpenWorld I'd like to give you sneak peek into what we have planned for data integration topics this year. As in the last few years, the Data Integration
track is again full with great customer speakers, product updates, and hands-on-labs. While I am not able to share everything we will cover in these
sessions I can say that you will get to hear about new solutions and new features for both Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate.
On Monday at 10:45am our VP of Development Brad Adelberg will open the data integration track by presenting the direction of Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate in the Accelerating Your Business with Oracle Data Integration Solutions (Moscone West 2024) session. Brad will explain how Oracle's data integration products enable organizations to get the most value out of big data, their investments into Oracle Applications, and cloud deployments. The session will cover the key themes of the upcoming releases of our products.
Following Brad's great overview into overall Oracle Data Integration, GoldenGate product management will
GoldenGate New Features and Product Strategy at 12:15pm in the same
location. You will hear about new features of the product. Following GoldenGate PM, Oracle Data Integrator product management will present Oracle Data Integrator's product vision and new features in the session:
Oracle Data Integrator Product Update and Future Strategy at 1:45pm in the same room: Moscone West 2024.
On Tuesday data quality product strategy
sessions will kick off the day for our track with Oracle
Enterprise Data Quality: Product Overview and Roadmap at 10:30am (Moscone
West 2024) . Right after this session you will have a chance
to hear from GoldenGate customers in the A
Panel of Masterminds: Perspectives from Oracle GoldenGate Customers session
at 3:30pm in the same room. This panel brings us presenters from Smuckers, Land o Lakes and
OTV France. I will discuss this session in more detail next
week. For now I will mention that customers will discuss how they achieved zero downtime upgrades and migrations and improved performance using GoldenGate with their Oracle Applications.
At the end of Tuesday you can attend another informative Oracle Data Integrator session about Extracting Strategic Insights from Business Data with Oracle Data Integrator (5:30pm, Moscone West 2012)
Wednesday starts with a great customer panel, Real-World Data Quality: Customers Using Oracle Enterprise Data Quality, at 10:15am in Moscone 2024. The must-attend session of Wednesday is Customer Perspectives: Oracle Data Integrator. Paychex, Infiniti Insurance are among the customers presenting in this session and will be discussing best practices in implementing Oracle Data Integrator. Don't miss this session at 1:15pm in Moscone 2012. I also recommend checking out at 3:30pm Making the Move to Oracle Data Integrator. ODI PM will be joined by Oracle partners Rittman Mead and sumIT AG. Together they will share great tips for a phased migration path from Oracle Warehouse Builder to Oracle Data Integrator.
Thursday is packed with many in-depth technical product deep dive sessions from experts. The two that I want to highlight here are: Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence Applications on Oracle Data Integrator: A Deep Dive, which will explain best practices for configuring and tuning Oracle Business Intelligence Applications' latest release which embeds Oracle Data Integrator. This one is at 12:30pm at Moscone South 303. The second session I recommend, Deploying Oracle GoldenGate with Multitenant Container Databases, will share details on how to set up GoldenGate in the context of container databases (CDBs). You can attend it at 2pm at Moscone South 200.
Even though I listed 12 session in this blog post for you to review, there are many more, very informative sessions available this year at OpenWorld. Please make sure to review the Focus On Data Integration to discover other sessions that may interest you.
Stay tuned for more blogs on the some of the key sessions I mentioned above.