Friday Aug 21, 2015

Virtual Technology Summit - Spotlight on Middleware

Register now for OTN's new Virtual Technology Summit - September 16, 2015. Hear from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions and Oracle Product Experts, as they share their insights and expertise through Hands-on-Labs, highly technical presentations and demos that enable you to master the skills you need to meet today's IT challenges. Chat live with folks and ask your questions as you attend sessions.

Middleware Spotlight: Middleware in the Cloud: PaaS Gets Real - The middleware track in the Fall 2015 edition of the OTN Virtual Technology Summit puts the spotlight on Oracle's Mobile Cloud Service (MCS), Process Cloud Service (PCS), and Java Cloud Service (JCS), three of the more than two dozen new services available on the Oracle Cloud Platform. In each of the three deep-dive sessions a recognized expert from the OTN community walks you through a technical how-to to demonstrate how you can use these PaaS services, and compares each to its on-premise counterparts. PaaS services loom large in the future for developers and architects, so if you're developing enterprise mobile applications, or working with Oracle BPM or WebLogic, you'll want to make sure these #OTNVTS sessions are on your calendar. There are three sessions in the Middleware track:

  • Mobile by Design: Developing with Mobile Cloud Service - In this session you will learn how to use Oracle Mobile Cloud Service to enable your enterprise applications and existing services for simpler, faster, more transparent and more secure mobile access. Learn how to build a robust Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) using Oracle Mobile Suite, and learn how to customize that MBaaS using one of many thousands of available Node.js modules.

  • Getting Started with Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS): Oracle's BPM on the Cloud - One of the great frustrations businesses face today is the time, money and effort it takes to solve their own business problems. Oracle Process Cloud Service (PCS) addresses this recurring issue by providing a Business Process Management (BPM) solution in the cloud. This session will show how PCS offers a more business-oriented approach to deliver automated process solutions. The demonstration will include tips on getting started, how processes are modeled, the use of business rule decisions, how user interfaces are designed and tested, the integration of services into the process, and how end users interact with the completed application.

  • Getting Started with Java Cloud Service: A WebLogic Administrator's View - Oracle's Java Cloud Service (JCS) is here -- not just the SaaS Extension flavor, but full-blown JCS: clustered WebLogic, Coherence (optionally) and Traffic Director, in the cloud yet under your full control. This session looks at full JCS from the WebLogic administrator's perspective: what it offers, how it's managed, and what sort of applications can be deployed. The session will include some serious digging around - logged into the virtual servers exploring how WebLogic is installed, how the domains are configured, and how to make the customizations needed for real-world applications.

Register today!

Become a member of the OTN Community: Register here to start participating in our online community. Share your expertise with other community members!

NEW REWARDS! If you attend this virtual technology summit and are already a member of the Oracle Technology Network Community, you will earn 150 points towards our new Rewards and Recognition program (use the same email for both). Read all about it: Oracle Community - Rewards & Recognition FAQ.

Monday Aug 17, 2015

It’s all about the Cloud!

Register now for OTN's next Virtual Technology Summit:

It's all about the Cloud! Hear from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions and Oracle Product Experts, as they share their insights and expertise through Hands-on-Labs, highly technical presentations and demos that enable you to master the skills you need to meet today's IT challenges. Chat live with folks and ask your questions as you attend sessions.

This interactive, online event offers four technical tracks, each with a unique focus on specific tools, technologies, best practices and tips:

  • Java: Java 8 in Action - Java 8 has been out for over a year now. But do you really know and use Java 8 to its full potential? In this Virtual Technology Summit, learn about Java SE cloud applications, Cloud-enabled JavaScript stored procedures with Java 8 Nashorn and the Java 8 Date and Time API.
  • Operating Systems: Virtualization Technologies, and Hardware: Implementing Your Cloud - Most IT organizations have roadmaps for cloud infrastructure. Most vendors have some sort of story as to how they can get you to the cloud. Oracle specifically has itself to the idea that you can run your applications identically in our public cloud and your private cloud. The question is: How? In this track we'll roll up our sleeves and show you how to implement your clouds using Oracle hardware, software, and best practices.
  • Database: Develop, Deploy and Manage Database Applications in the Oracle Cloud - Oracle has delivered the most comprehensive and powerful platform for deploying Cloud-based applications and services. Starting from the Infrastructure as a Service to the Platform as a Service, Oracle delivers a fully integrated cloud --platform and applications. This track provides an in-depth look at Oracle Database Cloud Services and the enabling technologies for developing, deploying and managing applications in the Oracle Cloud.
  • Middleware: Middleware in the Cloud: PaaS Gets Real - The middleware track in the Fall 2015 edition of the OTN Virtual Technology Summit puts the spotlight on Oracle's Mobile Cloud Service (MCS), Process Cloud Service (PCS), and Java Cloud Service (JCS), three of the more the two dozen new services available on the Oracle Cloud Platform. In each of the three deep-dive sessions a recognized expert from the OTN community walks you through a technical how-to to demonstrate how you can use these PaaS services, and compares each to its on-premise counterparts. PaaS services loom large in the future for developers and architects, so if you're developing enterprise mobile applications, or working with Oracle BPM or WebLogic, you'll want to make sure these #OTNVTS sessions are on your calendar.

Register today!

Become a member of the OTN Community: Register here to start participating in our online community. Share your expertise with other community members!

NEW REWARDS! If you attend this virtual technology summit and are already a member of the Oracle Technology Network Community, you will earn 150 points towards our new Rewards and Recognition program (use the same email for both). Read all about it: Oracle Community - Rewards & Recognition FAQ.

Wednesday Jul 01, 2015

OTN Virtual Technology Summit - Spotlight on Middleware Track

OTN Virtual Technology Summit - Spotlight on Middleware Track

It's All About WebLogic

The Middleware Track for the July 2015 edition of the Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit brings together three experts on Oracle Fusion Middleware to present how-to technical sessions on WebLogic Server's role in today's middleware architectures. The sessions in this track will focus on security and authentication, service monitoring and exploration, and on WebLogic 12c's new APIs and tools for application development. Other products and technologies covered in these sessions include Oracle SOA Suite, Service Bus, JMX, JAX-RS, JSON, WebSocket, and more.

Register Now:

Middleware Track Sessions:

Debugging Weblogic Authentication
By Maarten Smeets, Senior Oracle SOA / ADF Developer, AMIS
Enterprises often centrally manage login information and group memberships (identity). Many systems use this information to achieve Single Sign On (SSO) functionality, for example. Surprisingly, access to the Weblogic Server Console is often not centrally managed. This session will explain why centralizing management of these identities not only increases security, but can also reduce operational cost and even increase developer productivity. The session will demonstrate several methods for debugging authentication using an external LDAP server in order to lower the bar to apply this pattern. This technically-oriented presentation will be especially useful for people working in operations who are responsible for managing Weblogic Servers.

Real-Time Service Monitoring and Exploration
By Oracle ACE Associate Robert van Molken , Senior Oracle Integration Specialist, AMIS
There is a great deal of value in knowing which services are deployed and correctly running on an Oracle SOA Suite or Service Bus instance. This session will explain and demonstrate how to retrieve this data using JMX and the available Managed Beans on Weblogic. You will learn how the data can be retrieved using existing Java APIs, and how to explore dependencies between Service Bus and SOA Suite. You'll also learn how the retrieved data can be used to create a simple dashboard or even detailed reports.

New APIs and Tools for Application Development in WebLogic 12c
By Shukie Ganguly,Senior Technology Architect, Oracle
WebLogic Server 12.1.3 provides support for innovative APIs and productive Tools for application development, including APIs for JAX-RS 2.0, JSON Processing (JSR 353), WebSocket (JSR 356), and JPA 2.1. This session will provide an overview of each of these APIs, and then demonstrate how you can use these capabilities to simplify the development of server applications accessed by "rich" clients using lightweight web-based protocols such as REST and WebSocket.

OTN Wants You!

Become a member of the OTN Community: Register here to start participating in our online community. Share your expertise with other community members!

NEW REWARDS! If you attend this virtual technology summit and are a member of the Oracle Technology Network Community you will earn 150 points towards our new Rewards and Recognition program (use the same email for both). Read all about it in our FAQ: Oracle Community - Rewards & Recognition FAQ.

Wednesday Sep 17, 2014

So many choices! 149 Oracle ACE-led sessions at Oracle OpenWorld

Have you been searching the Oracle OpenWorld content catalog trying to decide which sessions to add to your schedule? We suggest you spend some time looking over the Oracle ACE session Focus On Document that lists all 149 sessions that will be presented by an Oracle ACE, ACE Associate or ACE Director.

Participants of the Oracle ACE Program are recognized for frequently sharing their technical insight, knowledge, and real world experience with the Oracle Community. We hope this handy list saves you some time preparing your session schedule and gives you some more time to think about what kind of cool t-shirt you are going to design while you're hanging out in the OTN Lounge. ;-)

Friday Jun 27, 2014

Best of OTN - Week of June 22nd

Happy Friday!  You've probably seen some notices, but can't forget to remind you to register for the the upcoming Virtual Technology Summits coming up July 9th, 10th and 16th.  Something for everyone!  Learn more here

Java Community

Join FishCAT, GlassFish 4.0.1 Community Acceptance Testing
Learn about JavaOne content from the speakers. In an interview, Java Champion and Rock Star speaker Arun Gupta talks about his sessions. Check it out Now!
Parleys Presentation of the day: "What’s New in the Java EE 7 Platform" by David Delabassee

Architect Community 

Kscope 2014 is now history. So can you think of a better time to watch the three most popular Kscope14 preview interviews from the OTN ArchBeat YouTube channel? Ah, the memories...

Stewart Bryson on OBIEE, ODI
Oracle ACE Director RedPill Analytics co-founder Stewart Bryson and talks about Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Data Integrator, and Oracle GoldenGate.

Tim Tow on Java Essbase API and ODTUG Community Service Day
Tim Tow, an Oracle ACE Director, founder and president of Applied OLAP, and an ODTUB board member, previews his four Kscope 2014 sessions and talks about ODTUG Community Service Day.

Shay Shmeltzer on Mobile App Development with Oracle ADF Mobile
Oracle Development Tools Director of Product Management Shay Shmeltzer talks about mobile application development and Oracle ADF, the core subjects of his presentations as part of the ADF and Fusion Development track at ODTUG KScope.

Friday Funny
For you World Cup fans, here's a little something of questionable taste from Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog.

Systems Community 

Helping Your Compiler Handle the Size of Your Constants - If you type the constants in your code incorrectly, your compiler will return an error. Darryl Gove explains why, and how to avoid the problem.

Playing with ZFS Shadow Migration- If you need to migrate data from a server running Oracle Solaris 10 or 11 to one running Oracle Solaris 11.1, use Shadow Migration. It's easy, and allows you to migrate shared ZFS, UFS, or VxFS (Symantec) file systems through NFS or even through a local file system. Alexandre shows how.

Database Community-

Register for the Virtual Technology Summits taking place July 9th (Americas 9am to 1pm PT), 10th (EMEA 9am to 1pm BST) and 16th (APAC 10am to 2pm IST) and be blown away by the Database - Mastering Oracle Database Management & Development Techniques track content - In this track Oracle ACEs and product team experts will present advanced features and management methods that will help you master your Oracle Database capabilities and drive greater performance, agility and manageability of your IT implementation. This track will build upon your skills with data management, migration, and performance.


Tuesday Feb 18, 2014

New Recognition Opportunity for Oracle Community Members

Oracle ACE Program Announces: Oracle ACE Associate

The Oracle ACE program recognizes individuals in the community for sharing their insight and real-world experience. It has over 400 participants in 50+ countries worldwide. The program is now comprised of 3 tiers:

  • Oracle ACE Associate
  • Oracle ACE
  • Oracle ACE Director

The Oracle ACE Associate tier is the baseline entry for community members who are just getting started with their community activism and are working on building their network and community profile. ACE Associates aspire to contribute at higher levels. The addition of this new tier will provide opportunities for further growth and activity.

The Oracle ACE and ACE Director tiers are designed for community members who have proven their dedication to the Oracle community and have a long history of sharing their technical knowledge and experience through various channels: blogs, discussion forums, social networks, event presentations, book authorship.

Participation in the program is by nomination and all levels have a set criteria that must be met to qualify. To learn more about the Oracle ACE Program visit: oracle.com/technetwork/oracleace or these quick links:

Friday Jan 10, 2014

Best of OTN - Week of January 5th

As we kick off 2014 many of us are making resolutions.  Maybe one of yours should be to join the The Oracle ACE Program.  Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Directors are known for their technical expertise and strong credentials as Oracle community advocates. ACE nominations can be submitted by anyone in the Oracle Technology and Applications communities. Does this sound like you?  If so, read the FAQ for details or reach out to one of the community managers listed below in our Best Of OTN for the Week of Jan 5th. 

Java Community  -

Getting Started with Java Expression Language 3
Most folks in the Java ecosystem are just beginning to realize the full significance of  EL 3. See how it opens up the possibility of using the power of a standard expression language in new and innovative ways.

Why didn’t my app throw an OutOfMemoryError?
Performance expert Kirk Pepperdine explains that your JVM is running a Ponzi scheme on you.

Coder Radio Podcast: It's Java's Year
Engineer Mark Heckler talks about Java, IoT, Java Embedded, and the Java community.

Friday Funny from Tori Wieldt, Java Community Manager: Why do programmers mix up Halloween and Christmas?
A: Because Oct 31 == Dec 25  Thanks @chad3814

Architect Community -


2013 Top 10 OTN Articles for Architects
OTN's articles for architects cover SOA, middleware, business intelligence, security, identity management, enterprise management, and more. Check out this list of 2013's Top 10 most popular articles for architects.

Winter 2014 edition of free OTech Magazine
The winter 2014 edition of the free, independent OTech Magazine is now available, offering insight from an impressive collection of experts in Oracle technologies.

Design Patterns: Magic or Myth? | David Budgen

Durham University professor of software engineering David Budgen draws on surveys and mapping studies in this examination of "the effectiveness of the usage of design patterns in software development."

Friday Funny from Bob Rhubart, Architect Community Manager: "Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company." -- Mark Twain

Systems Community

Tips for Using Linux Huge Pages
Ed Whalen is the Chief Technologist at Performance Tuning Corp. He knows an awful lot about making databases run faster, including the use of Linux Huge Pages. Here are two of his very helpful resources.

Blog: Why Are So Many People Smarter Than Me?
You know how when you take your car to the mechanic because it's making a strange noise, but when the mechanic drives it, the noise disappears?  That's called a Heisenbug.  Find out what the Ksplice team did about it.

Friday Funny from Rick Ramsey, Systems Community Managers - It's Friday, Ask Your Boss to Dance

To follow and take part in the conversation follow/like etc. at one or all of the resources below - 

Oracle ADF Development: Web, Mobile and Beyond - Video Presentations Now Available

Whether you participated in the OTN Virtual Developer Day on Oracle ADF Development - Web, Mobile and Beyond and want to see the video presentations again, or you were doing something far less productive and only now realize the severity of your folly, you can now relive the Virtual Developer Day experience with the complete collection of videos from the event, all freely available on YouTube.

Videos in the various tracks have been organized into playlists, or you can view each video separately.

Tuesday Sep 17, 2013

Ready, Set, Go Mobile! Oracle APEX Challenge -- OOW13 @ OTN Lounge

Wait! Wait! Before you lock in your schedule for OOW13, make sure you reserve time on Monday 9/23 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm for the Oracle APEX Challenge. Showcase your deepest development ingenuity...re-arranging your calendar.

Here's The Deal:

The contest is open to all registered Oracle OpenWorld 2013 attendees. The challenge is to build a "mobile" user interface. We'll open registration on Monday 9/23 but for now, check out the APEX Challenge page for more detail.  

When you register on Monday, we'll give you an Application Express Workspace and everything you need to complete the task. You bring the skills.

Here's what we're looking for:

 Appearance / User Interface Design How visually pleasing is the Entry app when run on a mobile device based on factors such as screen design, sizing, consistency, correct labels, etc.   30%
 Ease of Use How intuitive and easy-to-use is the Entry Application?   30%
 Process How fully developed and implemented is the concept in the submitted Entry? Does the Entry run successfully on different mobile devices? How complete is it?  30%
 Innovation / Novelty To what degree does the Entry illustrate new and innovative ways of presenting and/or processing information on a mobile device.  10%

You already know that Oracle APEX is a declarative, rapid web application development tool for the Oracle Database. Using only a web browser, you can develop and deploy applications that are fast and secure. It's fully loaded with mobile application development features and templates, and it's available with all versions of Oracle Database. (Yes, Oracle 12c.)  

Come show us what you can do with it.

  • Contest Location:  OTN Lounge (Moscone South, across from registration)
  • Contest Office Hours: Monday 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • Prizes: *** 1st prize:  $300   *** 2nd prize: $200 *** 3rd prize: $100 *** Amazon Gift Cards

I'm rooting for you. Make me proud.

- LKR 

Monday Sep 09, 2013

Oracle ACE-led sessions at Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle ACEs are individuals recognized by Oracle for their outstanding contribution to the Oracle community. These active, highly engaged community leaders regularly share their insight and real-world experience through blogs, articles, books, and conference presentations. This is especially true at Oracle OpenWorld.

The list below represents #oow13 sessions that will be presented by members of the Oracle ACE community. As you browse through the OpenWorld content catalog and take advantage of schedule builder to maximize your time at Oracle OpenWorld, be sure to include some Oracle ACE-led sessions to your schedule.

Oracle ACEs are a good bet for a great Oracle OpenWorld experience.

 Follow Oracle ACEs on Twitter via this Twitter List.

Session ID

Title

Full Name

CON5730

Enabling Optimized Integrations at Amway with Oracle SOA Suite

Ahmed Aboulnaga

CON7593

Under the Hood of Pluggable Databases

Alex Gorbachev

UGF9810

Big Data Panel Discussion

Alex Gorbachev

CON6104

Exploring PL/SQL New Features and Best Practices for Better Performance

Ami Aharonovich

CON3439

Are Indexes Unnecessary in Oracle Exadata

Arup Nanda

CON8788

Maximizing Database Performance with Database Replay

Arup Nanda

UGF9764

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, Oracle Database 12c, and You

Bobby Curtis

UGF9772

I Have to Patch Again? Patch Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Bobby Curtis

UGF9808

Oracle Enterprise Manager Panel Discussion

Bobby Curtis

CON2412

How UK Universities Are Using Oracle Advanced Analytics to Protect Their Income

Brendan Tierney

CON8677

Your Data Is Talking to You: Customers Describe How In-Database Analytics Drives Their Business

Brendan Tierney

CON6876

Displaying Enterprise Content in Oracle WebCenter Sites and WebCenter Portal

Brian Huff

UGF9799

Oracle WebCenter Portal: Displaying Documents and Site Studio Content in Sites and Portal

Brian Huff

UGF9900

The Top 10 Web App Vulnerabilities and Securing Them with Oracle ADF

Brian Huff

UGF9758

Flashback Techniques for Oracle Database 11g and 12c

Carl Dudley

UGF10009

Thinking Clearly About Performance

Cary Millsap

UGF9932

Software Development in the Oracle Ecosystem, Part 1

Cary Millsap

UGF9948

Software Development in the Oracle Ecosystem, Part 2

Cary Millsap

UGF9756

Cloud Computing, Oracle VM, and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Best Practices: Expert Panel

Charles Kim

UGF9809

Oracle VM and Virtualization Best Practices: Expert Panel Discussion

Charles Kim

UGF10009

Thinking Clearly About Performance

chet justice

UGF9925

Oracle Business Intelligence Applications 11.1.1.7.1: Are We Really Better Off?

Christian Screen

CON6189

Maximize Data Warehouse Performance with Parallel Queries

Christo Kutrovsky

UGF9931

What’s New in Oracle Business Analytics Supporting Cast

Christopher Barbieri

CON7442

Optimizer Statistics: A Fresh Approach

Connor McDonald

CON7457

SQL Tuning 101

Connor McDonald

UGF7455

Analytic Functions

Connor McDonald

UGF9776

Optimizing Internal Serialization Control with Latches and Mutexes

Craig Shallahamer

HOL10074

Big Data, Bigger Insights with Oracle Advanced Analytics and Oracle SQL Developer

Dan Vlamis

CON5936

Building Oracle Application Express Applications That Can Survive Without the Internet

Daniel McGhan

CON11164

Shaping Your Tomorrow: Planned Upgrade/Migration to Oracle Fusion Financials/Oracle Fusion HCM

Debra Lilley

UGF10239

Printing Options for Oracle Application Express: FOP and Oracle Application Express Listeners

Doug Gault

CON4811

Innovations in BI: Oracle Business Intelligence Against Oracle Essbase and Relational Databases

Edward Roske

CON6456

Maximize Oracle Hyperion Planning Performance with Oracle Exalytics

Edward Roske

UGF9945

Welcome to Oracle Hyperion 11.1.2.3, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11.1.1.7

Edward Roske

CON2169

Roll Out a Complete Oracle Fusion Middleware Environment in Less Than 10 Minutes

edwin biemond

CON8620

Customer Panel: Data Warehouse and Big Data

Ferhat Sengonul

UGF8869

Overcoming Oracle E-Business Suite Challenges for Latin America

Fernando Garcia

CON8493

Oracle Fusion Applications: Tailoring Your User Experience in the Cloud

Floyd Teter

UGF9898

Oracle on Your Browser or Phone: Design Patterns for Web and Mobile Oracle ADF Applications

Floyd Teter

CON9492

Reporting in Project Portfolio Management: Past, Present, and Fusion

Floyd Teter

CON6630

Demystifying MySQL for Oracle DBAs and Developers

George Trujillo

UGF9722

Data Movement in Enterprise Platforms

George Trujillo

UGF9929

Oracle Essbase 11.1.2.3, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11.1.1.7: What’s New

Glenn Schwartzberg

UGF9947

Oracle Hyperion Smart View for Office, Oracle Hyperion Financial Reporting 11.1.2.3: What’s New

Glenn Schwartzberg

CON7553

PeopleSoft PeopleTools REST Web Services: Everything You Need to Know

Graham Smith

CON2253

BPM and SOA Are Going Mobile: An Architectural Perspective

Guido Schmutz

CON4067

Oracle Data Quality Solutions, Oracle GoldenGate, and Oracle Data Integrator on Oracle Exadata

Gu­rcan Orhan

CON4070

How to Handle DEV&TEST&PROD for Oracle Data Integrator

Gu­rcan Orhan

UGF8869

Overcoming Oracle E-Business Suite Challenges for Latin America

Gustavo Gonzalez

CON11326

Extend Oracle Database Management with Quest Tools from Dell

Guy Harrison

UGF2984

Oracle, Hadoop, and the Big Data Revolution

Guy Harrison

CON3488

It’s a Solid-State World: How Oracle Exadata X3 Leverages Flash Storage

Gwen Shapira

CON6160

Data Wrangling with Oracle Big Data Connectors

Gwen Shapira

UGF9753

Wrangling Data with Oracle Big Data Connectors

Gwen Shapira

CON5054

Oracle Java Cloud Service: The Java PaaS Alternative

Harshad Oak

UGF4169

Why Do I Need Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler?

Heli Helskyaho

CON8544

Making the Move to Oracle Data Integrator

Holger Friedrich

CON2976

Designing Data Warehouses in the Cloud

ian Abramson

BOF8958

Extreme Availability: Oracle WebLogic/Application Continuity with Oracle Database 12c

Jacco Landlust

UGF1840

Oracle Exadata from Installation to Go-Live: Banking and Retail Experiences

jason arneil

CON5792

HR Analytics at Wells Fargo Bank

Jeff McQuigg

UGF9911

Build a Performance Layer for Oracle Business Intelligence Applications 11g

Jeff McQuigg

CON6629

Making Workflow Flow

Jerry Ireland

CON6900

Oracle Database 12c New Features for Developers

John King

UGF7001

Oracle ADF Task Flow Beyond the 10-Minute Demo

John King

UGF9765

Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 New Features for Developers

John King

CON4092

Oracle Application Express WebSocket (or When Push Comes to Shove)

John Scott

UGF9798

Oracle WebCenter Portal: Designing for Desktop, Mobile, and Tablet

John Sim

UGF9908

Oracle WebCenter and Oracle ADF: Responsive, Adaptive Design for Desktop, Mobile, and Tablet

John Sim

CON9346

CMS Automates and Strengthens Internal Controls with Oracle Governance, Risk, and Compliance

John Stouffer

CON8643

Oracle Optimizer Boot Camp: 10 Optimizer Tips You Can’t Do Without

Jonathan Lewis

CON1715

The Important Things DBAs Should Do Before and After an Oracle Database Upgrade

Julian Dontcheff

CON1759

The Least-Known Features of Oracle Database, Part 2

Julian Dontcheff

CON2131

DBA Best Practices for Performance Tuning in a Pluggable World

Julian Dontcheff

CON11257

Best Practices for Deploying Highly Scalable Virtualized Oracle Applications

Kai Yu

UGF9803

Clustering/High Availability with Oracle VM and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: 360 Degrees

Kai Yu

UGF9809

Oracle VM and Virtualization Best Practices: Expert Panel Discussion

Kai Yu

UGF9790

Where Did My CPU Go?

Karl Arao

CON2828

Upgrade in Three Months: Secrets to a Rapid, Cost-Effective Upgrade

Kashif Manzoor

CON2038

Oracle Exadata, Oracle Data Integrator, and Parallel Data Load: A Real-World Case Study

Kellyn Pot'Vin

UGF9966

Oracle Instant Database Cloning

kyle hailey

CON6031

An Oracle ACE Production: Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Development Demo

Lonneke Dikmans

UGF9898

Oracle on Your Browser or Phone: Design Patterns for Web and Mobile Oracle ADF Applications

Lonneke Dikmans

CON6031

An Oracle ACE Production: Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Development Demo

Lucas Jellema

SIG2946

Oracle Unstructured Data and Multimedia SIG (OMMUD) Meeting

Marcelle Kratochvil

UGF8861

Experiences with Evangelizing Java Within the Database

Marcelo Ochoa

UGF9739

Physical Ordering of Data: Is It Ever Useful?

Mark Farnham

BOF11055

Best Practices for Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database for Oracle Exalytics

Mark Rittman

CON9420

Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence Applications on Oracle Data Integrator: A Deep Dive

Mark Rittman

CON9572

Make the Most of Your Oracle Exalytics and BI Investments with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Mark Rittman

UGF9754

Deep Dive into Oracle Business Intelligence Applications with Oracle Data Integrator 11g

Mark Rittman

UGF9944

Overview of Oracle Business Intelligence Applications 11g

Mark Rittman

CON1926

Oracle Java Cloud Service for Java EE Developer

Markus Eisele

UGF9932

Software Development in the Oracle Ecosystem, Part 1

Markus Eisele

UGF9948

Software Development in the Oracle Ecosystem, Part 2

Markus Eisele

CON5469

How to Instrument PL/SQL and Oracle Application Express Code

Martin D'Souza

BOF2205

The Future of Oracle Forms Applications and Developers

Mia Urman

UGF9756

Cloud Computing, Oracle VM, and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Best Practices: Expert Panel

Michael Ault

SIG9680

OAUG Database SIG Meeting

Michael Brown

CON1900

Partitioning and Compression for Performance and Manageability

Michael Messina

CON3704

Data Tracking: On the Hunt for Information About Your Database

Michael Rosenblum

CON2808

Oracle WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance

Michel Schildmeijer

CON7695

Upgrade-Ready for Oracle Database 12c

Michelle Malcher

UGF9771

The Essence of Great Leadership

Michelle Malcher

UGF2580

Oracle VM: For Enterprise DR Solutions

Murali Vallath

UGF2675

Deploy Oracle RAC 12c on Oracle VM VirtualBox in 60 Minutes

Murali Vallath

UGF4622

Security in the Cloud: A Complete Guide

Oded Raz

CON7267

Oracle ADF On-Ramp: What You Need to Know to Use the Core Oracle ADF Technology Stack

Peter Koletzke

CON9587

Manage Beyond Limits: Oracle Enterprise Manager CLI and Other Extensibility Features

Ray Smith

UGF9773

Oracle Enterprise Manager Command-Line Interface Illustrated

Ray Smith

UGF9801

DBA Expert Panel

Ray Smith

UGF9808

Oracle Enterprise Manager Panel Discussion

Ray Smith

CON4270

Oracle Database 12c Best Tuning Features

Rich Niemiec

CON4305

Tuning Oracle Database with Oracle Database Cloud Control 12c

Rich Niemiec

UGF9760

Oracle Database 12c Best New Features

Rich Niemiec

UGF9771

The Essence of Great Leadership

Rich Niemiec

CON1944

End-to-End Automatic Testing of Your Oracle Application Express Application

Roel Hartman

UGF10238

Printing Options for Oracle Application Express: Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher

Roel Hartman

CON6344

Fine-tuning the Installation/Provisioning of Oracle Fusion Applications 11.1.x

Ron Batra

CON7596

Cloud Computing Economics: Making a Business Case

Ron Batra

CON6031

An Oracle ACE Production: Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Development Demo

Ronald van Luttikhuizen

CON8420

Upgrading to Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1: Technical/Functional Panel

Sandra Vucinic

UGF10237

Printing Options for Oracle Application Express: PL/PDF

Scott Spendolini

UGF10241

Printing Options for Oracle Application Express: Q&A Panel

Scott Spendolini

CON6031

An Oracle ACE Production: Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Development Demo

Simon Haslam

CON8980

Oracle WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance: Combining High Availability and Simplicity

Simon Haslam

CON4156

Top 10 Secrets of Successful Oracle Application Development Framework Projects

Sten Vesterli

UGF9932

Software Development in the Oracle Ecosystem, Part 1

Sten Vesterli

UGF9948

Software Development in the Oracle Ecosystem, Part 2

Sten Vesterli

CON2271

PL/SQL Goodies in Oracle Database 12c

Steven Feuerstein

CON4811

Innovations in BI: Oracle Business Intelligence Against Oracle Essbase and Relational Databases

Stewart Bryson

CON8544

Making the Move to Oracle Data Integrator

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