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Edge Conference 2018 is coming - Technical Sessions

Anthony Shorten
Senior Principal Product Manager

It is that time of year again, Customer Edge conference time. This year we will be once again holding a Technical stream which focuses on the Oracle Utilities Application Framework and related products. Once again, I will be holding the majority of the sessions at the various conferences.

The sessions this year are focused around giving valuable advice as well as giving a window into our future plans for the various technologies we are focusing upon. As normal, there will be a general technical session covering our road map as well as specific set of session targeting important topics. The technical sessions planned for this year include:

Session Overview
Reducing Your Storage Costs Using Information Life-cycle Management With the increasing costs of maintaining storage and satisfying business data retention rules can be challenging. Using Oracle Information Life-cycle Management solution can help simplify your storage solution and hardness the power of the hardware and software to reduce storage costs.
Integration using Inbound Web Services and REST with Oracle Utilities Integration is a critical part of any implementation. The Oracle Utilities Application Framework has a range of facilities for integrating from and to other applications. This session will highlight all the facilities and where they are best suited to be used.
Optimizing Your Implementation Implementations have a wide range of techniques available to implement successfully. This session will highlight a group of techniques that have been used by partners and our cloud implementations to reduce Total Cost Of Ownership.
Testing Your On-Premise and Cloud Implementations Our Oracle Testing solution is popular with on premise implementations. This session will outline the current testing solution as well as outline our future plans for both on premise and in the cloud.
Securing Your Implementations With the increase in cybersecurity concerns in the industry, a number of key security enhancements have made available in the product to support simple or complex security setups for on premise and cloud implementations.
Turbocharge Your Oracle Utilities
Product Using the Oracle In-Memory Database Option
The Oracle Database In-Memory options allows for both OLTP and Analytics to run much faster using advanced techniques. This session will outline the capability and how it can be used in existing on premise implementations to provide superior performance.
Mobile Application Framework Overview The Oracle Utilities Application Framework has introduced a new Mobile Framework for use in the Oracle Utilities products. This session gives an overview of the mobile framework capabilities for future releases.
Developing Extensions using Groovy Groovy has been added as a supported language for on premise and cloud implementations. This session outlines that way that Groovy can be used in building extensions. Note: This session will be very technical in nature.
Ask Us Anything Session Interaction with the customer and partner community is key to the Oracle Utilities product lines. This interactive sessions allows you (the customers and partners) to ask technical resources within Oracle Utilities questions you would like answered. The session will also allow Oracle Utilities to discuss directions and poll the audience on key initiatives to help plan road maps.

This year we have decided to not only discuss capabilities but also give an idea of how we use those facilities in our own cloud implementations to reduce our operating costs for you to use as a template for on-premise and hybrid implementations.

For customers and partners interested in attending the USA Edge Conference registration is available.

 

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