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Tuesday, December 18, 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
APEX 18.1 & 18.2 New Features
Scott Spendolini, Viscosity North America
APEX 18.2 is the next step in the evolution of Oracle Application Express. Released in the fall of 2018, APEX 18.2 is a minor update from the previous release, APEX 18.1. APEX 18.2 continues to innovate and expand on the new features that were introduced in APEX 18.1.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Know Your Options! A Complete EPM Cloud Decision Guide: Subscription SaaS, IaaS, Platform-as-a-Service and Beyond
Eric Helmer, Rimini Street
Should you stay or should you go? Let’s get to the guts! Oracle EPM customers have many options when considering the cloud. Whether you are looking to fully jump into a complete subscription-based platform or simply want to dip your toes into a hybrid model, many serious factors can influence your decision. Join us as we walk through a complete decision-making process for evaluating which cloud model is right for you. We will get to the guts of what is actually offered and the realities of software-as-a-service, public infrastructure-as-a-service, and private managed cloud vendors by looking at services, security, flexibility/control, data integration, and overall costs.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Automate SQL with Method5 Open Source Remote Execution
Jon Heller, Ventech Solutions
Learn how to easily run SQL, PL/SQL, and shell scripts on a large number of databases and hosts with the open source program Method5. Remote execution is not just faster, it's a process that lets you find, fix, and prevent many problems that you would never solve addressing one database at a time. It starts as simply as SELECT * FROM TABLE(M5(p_code => 'SELECT * FROM DUAL', p_targets => 'DEV')); and can grow to solve many complex tasks.
Thursday, January 24, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Maximizing the Value of Municipal Open Data APIs with Low Code Development Tools
Marc Sewtz, Oracle Corporation
Many cities offer comprehensive Open Data portals with APIs that provide information on various types of government activities. Making this data publicly available makes governments more accessible and accountable to the communities they serve. Given the right tools to mine and analyze this data, businesses and citizens just might develop new and innovative apps that take full advantage of the data provided. In this session, we’ll take a look at a few of the over 750 public data sets provided by the City of New York and show how anyone can use cloud-based low code tools, like Oracle Application Express, to easily build powerful data analysis tools that tap into data-like expenditures, 311 service requests, and demographic and education data.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Using Oracle Data Visualization? STOP!
Doug Ross, Performance Architects
If you think that the session title is suggesting we go back to the days of tables and pie charts, think again. In this session, we will cover four categories of visualizations that fit the acronym STOP: S=Segmentation, T=Trends, O=Outliers, and P=Patterns. Using Oracle's Data Visualization Desktop software, we will demonstrate the best visualizations for each category, along with tips on how to create visualizations that drive effective business decisions. This session will also include advanced visualization plugins from the Oracle Analytics Store, which extend the DV Desktop environment in order to enhance the capabilities of the product. We’ll present a compelling data story, revealing the insights that can be developed when you "STOP" using visualizations.