UK Oracle User Group

Calling Apps DBAs! Are you investigating cloud delivery options?

18 September 2015

Join us at the Technology Applications Innovation Day on 6th October to find out the hows, whys and wherefores of integrating, customising or extending your applications in the cloud and much more...

We'll be covering everything you need to know about integrating with Oracle Cloud Applications, exploring some of the Cloud Services available and what can be achieved with them, as well as conducting an interactive session on what cloud means to you and the challenges you face.

 Here's the line up for the day:

    TRACK 1   TRACK 2 
09:30   Registration and Coffee  
10:00   Welcome & IntroDebra Lilley, UKOUG
10:15   Oracle introYogesh Sontakke, Oracle   Integrating With Oracle Cloud Applications, Richard Bingham, Oracle
11:00   Java Cloud Service for the WebLogic AdministratorSimon Haslam, Veriton   Co-existence – what does that mean, TBC
11:45   Coffee & Networking  
12:15   Why Mobile Needs a CloudGrant Ronald, Oracle   Double session: What does cloud mean to the Apps DBA? - Trends, Challenges & Questions.                  
13:00   Using The Database Cloud Service To Build An Integration With ERP CloudPeter Care, FX Loader  
13:45   Lunch 
14:30   Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS): Strategic Integration product or Sticking Plaster? Phil Mclaughlin, Estafet   Archiving EBS Data – Options, Debra Lilley, Certus
15:15   Running SOA Suite in the Oracle Cloud, Yogesh Sontakke, Oracle   Oracle SaaS APIs/Customizations, What? Where? How? Angelo Santagata, Oracle
15:30   AOB & Close


Register now

Our technology events sell out fast so register your place today to avoid the waiting list!

UKOUG members can attend free of charge.

Non-member places will be charged £85 +VAT or become a member by 30th September to save 20% off membership and attend this event and Tech15 for FREE!


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