Thursday Jun 25, 2015

Preview: SCM Central @ OpenWorld

Our content preview series continues with a spotlight on SCM Central @ OpenWorld -- a destination and program tailored specifically to the Supply Chain Management industry. If you work in SCM, you'll want to take a look at the agenda and opportunities this program will offer. 

Located this year in Moscone West, SCM Central will feature dedicated general sessions and track sessions, networking opportunities, and an area in the exhibition hall just for SCM. 

Why attend SCM Central? Here are a few reasons: 


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Monday Sep 19, 2011

Game Changer: Oracle Enterprise Manager

By Anand Akela

Special Event and Celebration

Get ready for a game-changer. Join Oracle Senior Vice President Richard Sarwal for a special event and post-event celebration for Oracle Enterprise Manager. You’ll be among the first to see Oracle’s complete cloud management solution in action. Arrive early for a chance to receive a complimentary pass to a reception that follows the event where you will enjoy food, drinks, and demos of the new product.

  • The Only Complete Cloud Management Solution--Oracle Enterprise Manager (Session ID 13782)
  • Monday, October 3, 5:00 p.m.
  • Novellus Theatre at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (adjacent to Moscone Center)
  • Registered attendees, log into Schedule Builder and add this session to your schedule today.

For more information, download the Focus On Oracle Enterprise Manager (pdf) for Oracle Open World 2011. And stay connected via the Oracle Enterprise Manager Blog, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Friday Sep 02, 2011

Intelligent Performance

By John O'Rourke

Essential EPM/BI Sessions, Labs, Demos, and More

Oracle OpenWorld 2011 is rapidly approaching, and the Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence program this year is our strongest ever, with more than 130 sessions, four Hands-on Labs, 28 demo stations, and more than 30 partners. With so many choices, where do you turn first? Let us point you in the right direction with these essential sessions:

  • The EPM and BI General Sessions, led by Balaji Yelamanchili, Oracle Senior Vice President, Product Development, will provide insight into Oracle’s EPM and BI strategies.
    General Session: Oracle Business Intelligence Executive Briefing
    (Session 16700)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 11:00 a.m.—Moscone West 2002/2004
    General Session: Executive Briefing on Oracle’s EPM Strategy
    (Session 15592)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 12:30 p.m.—Westin St. Francis, California East/West
  • Leveraging ERP Investments with Oracle Hyperion Performance Management Applications (Session 15602)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 3:30 p.m.—Westin St. Francis, Elizabethan AB
    This session will provide an overview of Oracle’s Hyperion performance management applications, including strategies for integrating with Oracle and non-Oracle transactional systems.
  • A Real-World Look at Oracle Business Intelligence (Session 16720)
    Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1:15 p.m.—Moscone West 2000
    Hear Oracle BI customers discuss their own best practices and ways to overcome potential pitfalls to achieve a better BI infrastructure.

For more details on these and other EPM and BI activities at Oracle OpenWorld, download the Focus On EPM and BI guide (.pdf). We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco in October.

Wednesday Aug 31, 2011

The Curious Case of Identity

Three must-see Oracle Identity Management sessions

Got your identities mixed between social, mobile, cloud, and enterprise worlds? Sort it out with this trio of must-see Oracle Identity Management sessions, covering solutions, implementation best practices, and customer lessons:

  • Trends in Identity Management (Session 14920)
    Monday, Oct. 3, 2 p.m.—Moscone West 3022
    Identity management continues to be a dynamic market. In this session, Amit Jasuja, Vice President, Oracle Identity Management, will discuss the trends in identity management and how each relates to advances in Oracle Identity Management solutions.
  • BYODW (Bring Your Own Device to Work): Securing the Mobile Enterprise (Session 14908)
    Tuesday, Oct. 4, 10:15 a.m.—Moscone West 3020
    As employees use personal devices for mission-critical business activities, IT departments are faced with the challenge of securing multiple types of devices and applications on the corporate intranet and beyond. This session discusses common mobile security problems and how Oracle can help.
  • Achieving Context-Aware Security with Integrated Identity Management (Session 14903)
    Wednesday, Oct. 5, 4:45 p.m.—Moscone West 3022
    Growing security threats—both internal and external—require effective policy controls across enterprise, cloud, and mobile ecosystems. This session introduces identity context and describes a security architecture for delivering context-aware security as a preintegrated feature of the Oracle Identity Management platform.

For a complete listing of all identity management sessions, hands-on labs, and more, download the Focus On Identity Management (.pdf), plus learn more about the Oracle Chief Security Officer Summit during Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco on Oct 4. And in the meantime, join the Oracle Identity Management discussion on the blog, Twitter, and Facebook, or visit

Thursday Aug 25, 2011

Get More Value

Oracle master data management value chains deliver more

By David Butler

Hamburgers and fries. Kites and wind. Movies and popcorn. Some things just go better together, providing more value. For example, consider Oracle master data management products. When you integrate Oracle master data management products with other Oracle technologies or applications, you accrue business value—the value chain.

For example, Oracle master data management products with Oracle Database Vault create value that neither product provides on its own: Oracle Database Vault is an outstanding technology for proactively safeguarding your application data, but without Oracle master data management products, you may inadvertently be safeguarding garbage.

Vale chains are the focus for the Oracle master data management track during Oracle OpenWorld, and all value chains will be covered—from clustered servers and Oracle Fusion Middleware, to applications and Oracle’s enterprise performance management system, as well as industry-specific value chains for financial services, retail, communications, and the public sector. Download the Focus On document (pdf) for a complete schedule of events and demonstrations.

And during the next six weeks, the Oracle master data management blog will post overviews of each of the key value chains that will be examined in detail at Oracle OpenWorld.


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