2021 OTM User Conference APAC – Virtual

The OTM SIG Board proudly organises an online OTM User Conference on 22-24 September 2021 for the APAC region. Key representatives from OTM Strategy and Development will participate to this conference, and various partners in OTM’s ecosystem will sponsor. This conference is an addition to the yearly OTM conferences in America and Europe. The event is designed to bring together users and potential users of the Oracle Logistics software (OTM, GTM, OCWMS) to share knowledge, ideas and experiences. This event will be the perfect place to find answers to your questions, connect with Oracle representatives and collaborate on ideas for


Cloud Bytes Series: Modernize Your WebLogic Application on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Find out how #Modernising WebLogic Application on OCI is helping your peers enhance business agility, streamline operations, reduce cost and experience faster performance. Learn an accelerated pathway for you to achieve the same. Who Should Join? If you are looking to migrate Weblogic apps from on-premises to cloud, containerise your WebLogic environment - while simplifying operations, reducing cost, and improving performance without any code change - this session is for you.

Starting your cloud journey with MySQL Database Service and HeatWave on Oracle Cloud | ASEAN

Start your cloud journey with MySQL Database Service (MDS) and HeatWave today! Join us, and discover how the World’s #1 Open Source Database on Oracle Cloud, can build and scale your business. Introduction to MySQL Database Service, and Heatwave Current market trends and cloud adoption Top reasons why to use MySQL Database Service Expanding into new enterprise workloads Securing your data on the cloud and reducing your TCO Supercharge query performance using MySQL Heatwave Demo: How to create a free cloud account Q&A session

Practical training: How to get off the hamster wheel of Oracle Cloud quarterly updates by Peter Earnshaw and Peter Crew

One of the key challenges Oracle Cloud customers have is keeping pace with the quarterly upgrade schedule for Oracle Cloud applications.  A typical upgrade process involves several routine tasks, such as:  Reviewing upcoming changes and assessing the potential impact on users and existing processes  Performing UAT cycles in a sandbox environment, in preparation for the production rollout  Preparing and disseminating documentation and other self-help materials in case of significant UI or process changes  Assessing the impact on user productivity of issues introduced by the upgrade, to adequately allocate IT and other resources towards their resolution  Finally, being able to engage

Assignment-Level Security Abstract

Now more than ever, data security is paramount when it comes to running a business. Learn how to optimize security in Oracle Cloud HCM through assignment-level security; a highly anticipated feature released in 20D. We’ll dive into various use cases, discuss the implications across modules, and review best practices for adopting this important new feature. Whether you use multiple assignments, or simply sequential assignments via global transfer, this overview will help you understand if assignment-level security is right for you.