Oracle OpenWorld 2014 Call for Proposals Ends 4/15
What's the big idea? If you’ve got something interesting or innovative you’ve been itching to present to experts, this is your chance to impart your wisdom while representing ODTUG. Submit to present at Oracle OpenWorld 2014, the world's largest gathering of Oracle technologists and business leaders Sept. 28-Oct. 2 in San Francisco.This year’s Call for Proposals closes April 15, 2014.
PLEASE NOTE: On the abstract submission form, there are two user-group-related questions. Be sure to indicate that you are a member of a user group, then secondly that you are submitting on behalf of ODTUG. If you do not indicate ODTUG, we will not be able to see your abstract or review it.
Final notifications for accepted and declined submissions will go out in mid-June. If your proposal is selected, you’ll share your idea, experiences, and accomplishments with technology experts and decision makers: Oracle customers, developers, and partners from around the world. Plus, you’ll receive a complimentary full pass to theconference.
Brush up on your skills or learn something new, without leaving your desk! The following is our April webinar schedule:
Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Exploring 11g/12c Partitioning New Features and Best Practices Ami Aharonovich, DBAces
This session will explore new features and best practices for using various partitioning features while providing maximum performance and availability, including merge and exchange partitions and the latest database partitioning enhancements introduced in Oracle Database 11g and 12c. These take partitioning to perfection and offer the widest choice of partitioning methods, which include reference, interval, system, list, range, virtual column-based, and new composite partitioning enhancements.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT No More Surprises – Integrate Automated Regression Testing into the Everyday for Oracle Hyperion Jonathan Berry, Accelatis
This session will discuss how regular automated testing of key performance elements of your Oracle Hyperion environment can greatly reduce issues experienced by your users. Having regular and consistent results to key performance data can expose potential infrastructure and application issues very early. This benchmark data can become leading indicators to the health of the overall system, allowing for proactive performance management to enhance the experience of your end-user community. We’ll look at three case studies of Hyperion clients that proactively test for conditions and review not only what they test for but also how they analyze and leverage the data. We will also discuss how Accelatis Ascension Suite can enable this testing.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT ODTUG Expert Panel – ODI Moderator: Jesus Villavicencio, Blue Stone – A Huron Consulting Group solution
Panelists: Ricardo Giampaoli, Tera Corp., Gurcan Orhan, Global Maksimum Data & Information Technologies, Rodrigo Radtke de Souza, Dell, Michael Rainey, Rittman Mead Consulting
Join ODTUG Expert’s Panel Webinar! This is a live interactive panel similar to the ACE Lunch and Learn panels held at Kscope conferences. This innovative webinar is modeled after a call-in radio talk show. You will be able to chat a question to our organizer, and if it is accepted you will have the option to verbally ask the question to our panel. Please be sure to have the proper equipment (headset and a quiet office) so our panelists can clearly understand your question. You’ll also be able to participate in the discussion with the panel while they answer your question.
The following are some potential topics, but audience participation will shape the scope of the panel:
What are the top features of ODI 12c and can they be used in a typical data warehouse implementation
Describe the migration from OWB to ODI 12c as it might occur in practice. Anything to watch out for?
What are some examples of customizations that you have made in ODI and why?
Interested in taking the ODI certification exam? We can talk about what was in the test, how to prepare for it, what to study, etc.
Using ODI to improve the Hyperion Planning/Essbase capabilities
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Thinking Strategically: Critically Assessing Your Current EPM/BI Applications Joe Aultman, interRel
In today's “git ’er done now” world, people rarely stop implementing and maintaining long enough to ask themselves, “What's the point?” In this session, we will teach you how to go from thinking tactically about specific applications to thinking strategically about how all the products work well together. Covered will be specific assessment techniques such as when to put things in cubes vs. relational databases, determining which BI products should be discontinued, ways to integrate BI products from multiple vendors, and how to prepare a three- to five-year strategic roadmap that will drive your company forward. If you want to be the one at your company who can rise above the fray and see the big picture of Oracle EPM and BI, then you should definitely attend this session!
ODTUG Leadership Program
Started last year, the ODTUG Leadership Program strives to build leaders from within the organization. The goal is to take those who already possess the passion and dedication to lead and give them the tools to take their career, and ODTUG, to the next level. We are pleased to announce that the following individuals have been chosen for the 2014 Leadership Class:
Jennifer Anderson, Financial Systems Analyst, The Hearst Corporation
Janice D'Aloia, Vice President, Mo'mix Solutions
Erica Harris, Senior Oracle DBA, Waikato Regional Council
Chris Rothermel, Technology and Information Management, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Helen Sanders, Lead Software Developer, Temple University
Brian Suter, Software Development Consultant, Dell
Click hereto learn more about this exciting program.
A strong sense of community is a big part of what makes ODTUG such a vibrant and lasting organization. Because ODTUG is run mostly by volunteers, its members truly understand the value of giving back....
A strong sense of community is a big part of what makes ODTUG such a vibrant and lasting organization. As an organization run mostly by volunteers, ODTUG members understand the value of giving back. A...