Collaborate 20 (Postponed)


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Las Vegas, NV

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This event has been postponed.

Once again, Data Intensity will be exhibiting at COLLABORATE 20: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community. Created by users for users, COLLABORATE 20 brings IT strategists, users and developers together with Oracle teams and vendor experts to share inspiration, insights, and solutions.

Collaborate 20 features strategic keynotes, hundreds of learning sessions, question and answer panels, and networking opportunities. COLLABORATE will help you transform your business through Oracle roadmaps, over 1000+ user best-practice sessions, training and certification opportunities, hands-on demos, and hundreds of partners and solutions. COLLABORATE is jointly presented by the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) and Quest Oracle Community (Quest).

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Event Sessions

Biju Thomas
Biju Thomas
Sr. Director, Global Oracle Practice

Oracle Container and Pluggable Databases for Apps DBA

Session: ID 11528 - Sunday, April 19: 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

With the Database 19c certification, EBS 12.2 on-premises databases are now certified with the CDB architecture (multitenant architecture). As part of the upgrade to Database 19c, you will convert your EBS database to the CDB architecture with a single pluggable database (PDB). Non-CDB architecture is not certified or supported. Learn about Multitenant architecture, understand key administration changes, and, how to monitor pluggable databases. Learn how you can easily migrate from UTL_FILE_DIR to database directories, which is a must in 19c.
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Biju Thomas
Biju Thomas
Sr. Director, Global Oracle Practice

Comparing Amazon RDS Oracle Database with Oracle Autonomous Database

Session: ID 102620 - Monday, April 20: 9:15 am - 10:15 am

Amazon RDS Oracle Database service and Oracle Autonomous Database are DBaaS. They have similarities and differences. Come to this session to understand the features and contrasts of both services – not an attempt to show one is better than the other. Both have their use cases and advantages. Having a deep understanding of the capabilities and limitations will help you to understand the best and suitable service for your application.
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Biju Thomas
Biju Thomas
Sr. Director, Global Oracle Practice

Using Google Charts to Visualize your SQL*Plus Reports

Session: ID 102600 - Monday, April 20: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Database Administrators usually collect summary performance, and utilization data for QoS reports. Usually, they present the information in text files with rows and rows of data. The management and users like and understand the visual representation of data better. The tabular format may not make the impact or get the attention you desire. Attend this session to see how easily you can convert those tabular formats to pictures using the free and open-source Google Charts. Google Charts is a pure JavaScript-based charting library to enhance web applications by adding interactive charting capability. This session includes many demos and provides you with templates that you can start using right away by plugging in your favorite SQL.
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Biju Thomas
Biju Thomas
Sr. Director, Global Oracle Practice

Turbo Talk: Shore up your Enterprise Apps strategy

Session: ID 12345 - Wednesday, April 22: 11:30 am - 12:00 pm

Oracle E-Business Suite helps drive enterprise productivity. Are your critical business apps running on EBS? Whether you’ve already adopted EBS or plan to do so, Oracle recently announced enhancements and changes to on-premises and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure that could help you maximize your EBS deployment and investment. Attend this expert session to understand best-practice enterprise application modernization requirements and to help you design your EBS roadmap for optimized business growth, vulnerability protection, licensing, cloud migration, and data lifecycle management.
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