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APEX.pngThursday, November 30, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
apex.world On Air - Recognizing and Preventing Security Threats in APEX Applications: Part 1 of 2 
Dan McGhan 
and Joel Kallman, Oracle CorporationJuergen Schuster
IT-BeratungAcedirector.jpgMartin D'Souza, Insum SolutionsAcedirector.jpgScott Spendolini, Sumner Technologies  

These days, information security is of paramount concern. But are you taking all of the proper steps with your APEX applications to ensure that no vulnerabilities exist? Security is so critical - and often overlooked - that we’ve dedicated the next two episodes to covering it. In the first episode, we’ll cover the basics of APEX-related security - from the instance to page settings, XSS and SQLi and everything in between. We’ll also take a look at some database features that should be considered.

In the second episode, we’ll take a thorough look at three tools that can help automate the detection and mitigation of security vulnerabilities in your APEX applications - the built-in APEX Advisor, the commercially available ApexSec, and the open source tool APEX-SERT. While each of these tools is slightly different, the aim is the same: to assist in identifying potential threats and help developers mitigate them as efficiently as possible.

Register Here
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Database - new.pngTuesday, December 5, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
SQL Developer: Three Features You're Not Using but Should Be
Jeff Smith,
Oracle Corporation

You write SQL, get results. 

You click around objects, get data to Excel. 

You write PL/SQL, compile it, and view your errors. 

That describes what 80% of our users do in Oracle SQL Developer. This session will expose three features that will turbo-charge your experience with SQL Developer and the Database. This session aims to make you more productive and valuable to your Oracle Database development organization. 

Learn how to take those 600 files you currently have all of your handcrafted SQL in and turn them into interactive reports. 

Learn how to find stuff in your database by taking advantage of PL/Scope and our search feature. 

Learn how to build your own screens—that's right, learn how to use a bit of basic XML and SQL to extend SQL Developer to do what you want it to do. 

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Emerging-01.pngThursday, December 7, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Blockchain? What is Blockchain? Why Do I care?
ACE D.png John King,
King Training Resources

As our industry's digital transformation continues it is becoming apparent that current methods for handling transactions, contracts, records and other data is not keeping up. "Blockchain" technology may be the key to modernizing and protecting transactions. Blockchain provides an open, distributed ledger updatable only by consensus of involved parties. The ability to efficiently store transactions in a way that can be verified makes Blockchain attractive anywhere in industry that data and value are in motion. Block chain is most commonly thought of as the mechanism enabling the Bitcoin and Ethereum digital
currencies; but, it's most useful place may well be in securing IoT input, medical records, contracts, transactions, and other data transmissions.

Attendees to this session will learn the basics of Blockchain, how it is currently used, and where organizations are exploring its use in the future. We will discuss the security aspects (and issues) of Blockchain technology. Topics discussed will include: distributed data shared by all parties, peer-to-peer transmission eliminating need for centralized nodes, transparency, irreversibility of record changes, and use of computational logic to govern transactions between nodes.

Come learn how Blockchain might be incorporated into your organization's existing and future system.

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bi-01.pngTuesday, December 12, 2017 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Oracle Analytics: Cloud or On-premise, You're Doing It Wrong - Part 2 of 2
ACE Associate.pngChristian Berg,
Dimensionality GmbH


Turning the standard best-practice/how-to presentation format on its head, this presentation will look at some real-life OACS or OBI implementations and where it all went wrong. We’ll look at the worst, the weirdest, the most absurd, and the wackiest ways the Oracle Analytics tool is abused: 

  • How did projects get to these points? 
  • What were the original misconceptions? 
  • How to counter these misconceptions? 
  • Why are “it works” and “it fulfills the requirements” not only not enough but rather dangerous pitfalls? 
  • Can I actually jeopardize the future of my BI system by choosing a cheap, quick, and dirty approach? 
  • Is it ever OK to simply execute without comprehension?
This session will give attendees a deeper understanding of the impact seemingly innocuous design and implementation decisions can have on the stability and success of an entire Analytics system. An end-to-end view of the stack will be taken, covering areas including logical modelling, analysis design, and architectural topics. The importance of a holistic view and an appreciation of alternatives will be emphasized as well as the need to understand, comprehend, and reflect on the implications of a “best practice” being followed, as well as the technology stack simply being misunderstood. Attendees will be in a position to better weigh and judge implementation options knowing their long-term effect and impacts in terms of: 
  • user experience 
  • performance 
  • upgrade capability 
  • ease-of-use 
  • reproduciblity 
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Database - new.pngWednesday, December 13, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
2017 CodeTalk Series: Oracle Database Multilingual Engine: JavaScript In the Database 
Dan McGhan
and Matthias Brantner, Oracle Corporation


The 2017 CodeTalk Series Webinars are co-sponsored by ODTUG and IOUG.

Oracle Database 12c Multilingual Engine (MLE) enables developers to work efficiently with DB-resident data in modern programming languages and development environments of their choice. Starting with JavaScript, MLE provides users with a way to run stored procedures and user-defined functions written in JavaScript or TypeScript.

Through various demonstrations, attendees will learn (1) how NPM modules can be deployed and executed inside the database and (2) how JavaScript stored procedures can be used to reduce network round-trips & data transfer.

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APEX.pngThursday, December 14, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
apex.world On Air - Recognizing and Preventing Security Threats in APEX Applications: Part 2 of 2
Dan McGhan,
and Joel Kallman, Oracle Corporation, Juergen Schuster,
IT-Beratung, ACE D.pngMartin D'Souza, Insum Solutions, ACE D.pngScott Spendolini, Sumner Technologies

These days, information security is of paramount concern. But are you taking all of the proper steps with your APEX applications to ensure that no vulnerabilities exist? Security is so critical - and often overlooked - that we’ve dedicated the next two episodes to covering it. In the first episode, we’ll cover the basics of APEX-related security - from the instance to page settings, XSS and SQLi, and everything in between. We’ll also take a look at some database features that should be considered. 

In the second episode, we’ll take a thorough look at three tools that can help automate the detection and mitigation of security vulnerabilities in your APEX applications - the built-in APEX Advisor, the commercially available ApexSec, and the open source tool APEX-SERT. While each of these tools is slightly different, the aim is the same: to assist in identifying potential threats and help developers mitigate them as efficiently as possible. 

Register Here
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EPM - new.pngTuesday, December 19, 2017 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
HFM to FCCS Cloud Metadata Conversion Process  
Abhi Nerurkar,
EPMWare

Ready to move from HFM to FCCS with the latest updates from Oracle Corporation? In a live environment, we will demonstrate how to load your HFM metadata file into EPMware, map dimensions and convert it into an FCCS application, and deploy metadata to the cloud without having to learn any EPM Automate scripting. EPMware simplifies your move from HFM to Oracle's FCCS, allows several team members to build an FCCS hierarchy concurrently, and provides an audit trail of the entire conversion process.

Register Here
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