August 29th – September 2nd 2016 Lisbon Portugal
Please visit our registration page here www.tinyurl.com/ofmSummerCamps2016
Trainer: Niall Commiskey & Chris Peytier
Please post them in the discussion forum here! All details are posted at our registration page here.
- ICS & PCS integration and other goodies (1.5 days to 2 days)
- IaaS & JCS (1.5 days to 2 days)
- Developer Cloud Service & Application Container Cloud Service (1day)
Attendees must have the following skills to make sure they get the most out of the training:
Every participant works on his/her own laptop. The minimal hardware requirements are:
- Laptop 12 GB RAM better 16 GB RAM
- Pentium 4 with dual-core CPU
- Minimum 60 GB free disk space
- Please install the most recent Oracle Virtual box
- Make sure you have administrator rights on your machine (including bios)
a member of the worldwide Oracle PTS team. PTS focuses on partner
technical enablement - this runs the gamut from technical evangelisation
to project support. Niall’s areas of expertise include SOA, BPM, ICS,
PCS, IaaS, JCS. He is also the author of the iconoclastic fictional
trilogy – The Hare of the Dog Volumes I to III, available on Amazon.
BPM Specialist - EMEA Technology Specialist Group.
Providing help and support to the BPM presales team accross EMEA
- How PCS is altering the BPM selection procedures with our customers
- Going through some of the use cases that we see now with PCS
PaaS4SaaS integration: How PCS can be an instrument to extend functionalities of Oracle applications.
For details please visit our registration page here www.tinyurl.com/ofmSummerCamps2016
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