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 a fast response team to deal with such issue, in orders to minimize their impact on business 

The team tasked with managing this process can be easily overwhelmed, given that these upgrade cycles happen so frequently. 

In this webinar Knoa and our guest presenter, Peter Crew the CTO of Magia Solutions, will discuss some practical tips and tools that can help you effectively prepare for and deal with these upgrades, making your life easier, helping you deliver a better quality of service to your business stakeholders: the actual end users – your employees.

EBS UPGRADES ARE NOT OUT OF FASHION: MAINTAIN COMPLIANCE UNTIL 2032

With Oracle Cloud taking center stage, many think that the Oracle E-Business Suite upgrades are no longer in fashion. But for many companies, Oracle EBS upgrades are the way to go. Companies that cannot move to the Oracle Cloud still need to have the latest security, better performance, a new look and feel, new features, and compliance with Oracle Support policies.

EBS R12.2.10+ offers all the benefits with enhanced security to eliminate many vulnerabilities, protecting against increasing cyber-attacks. EBS R12.2.X+ also gives us the ability to do online patching and eliminates the central pain point of production downtimes.

Learning Objectives:
– Why an Oracle upgrade would be beneficial
– Learn about the upgrade process and how to use upgrade best practices
– Create a plan to success for your upgrade

ACCELERATE ORACLE SAAS MIGRATION & REDUCE TCO WITH TRIADIC

Hexaware leverages its proprietary Triadic framework to carry out transformation assessments for its customers. It evaluates the client environment from three dimensions: business model, landscape complexity, and appetite to move to the cloud. The various automation tools & accelerators aligned with the framework will bring in a significant reduction in effort and cost during implementation as well as post-implementation. One of the elements in the Triadic framework is data migration; customers face multiple challenges during migration, consolidation, and reconciliation of data from multiple source systems like PeopleSoft, Oracle EBS, and other legacy applications to Oracle HCM, ERP, and CX Cloud applications.

Learning Objectives:
· Triadic framework for Oracle Cloud application
· Automated migration platform with predefined templates
· Key features of the migration tool
· Demo of the migration tools

Speakers:
· Vishal Rao
· Sundu Rathinam

LOCATION

Online Instructions:

Url: http://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fktQFnAKTMq3C2yGYzHqSQ
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Primeiros passos na Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Um pequeno passo para si, um passo inteligente para a sua empresa!
Aprenda nesta sessão especial de 2 horas alguns benefícios da OCI.

Conhece os benefícios práticos da Autonomous Database? Sabe como configurar Alta Disponibilidade e Disaster Recovery? E o que fazer para explorar Escalabilidade e Flexibilidade em OCI?

Responderemos a estas e outras questões numa sessão passo a passo totalmente prática e com muitos exercícios.

Além disso, ofereceremos-lhe a possibilidade de experimentar a Oracle Cloud gratuitamente e de agendamento de demonstrações individuais.

Hyperion on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Hands On Lab

See Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in action with your Hyperion application in a live hands-on virtual lab.

In this workshop, Oracle cloud engineers will demonstrate the setting up of Oracle Hyperion Financial Management (HFM), Oracle Hyperion Foundation Services, and Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition (FDMEE) on OCI. You will learn how easily you can:

  • Setup Oracle Cloud account for Hyperion
  • Install all pre-requisites for running Hyperion on OCI
  • Install Foundation, HFM, FDMEE modules on OCI

Diving into Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – Hands-on workshop

Learn first steps in the virtual hands-on workshop

With an array of benefits Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is pushing boundaries and exceeding expectations in the Cloud world. Companies like Zoom, BotSupply and CERN have already moved key workloads to the Oracle Cloud.

Join the hands-on-workshop to hear and test first-hand how OCI leads to better performance, higher security while maintaining low costs – and the ease of cloud migration.

The following topics will be covered in the session:

  • Compartments – What are they and how can they be used?
  • Virtual Cloud Networks – first steps
  • How to configure a network with the correct security settings
  • How to create virtual machines
  • How to connect via SSH and RDP to your virtual machines
  • Automation tools

Participants of this workshop will receive a free trial account with $500 in credits. This allows you to further explore the possibilities of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure afterwards. No prior expertise is needed to join this virtual hands-on workshop.

Please be aware that this is an interactive session so there is a limited number of spaces available for this online session.

Recommended audience: The workshop is ideal for anyone wanting to work with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and does not require prior cloud experience. It will be especially useful for Infrastructure Architects, Software Developers, DevOps practitioners.

Don’t miss out and reserve yourself a virtual spot.

Oracle Cloud: 30 Security Tips n’ Tricks in 30 Minutes

Get 30 practical Oracle Cloud security tips delivered rapid-fire. Included are tips for specific security settings, improving security via setup, process change options, mitigation tools, and principles for good security going forward. These tips are designed for organizations to start improving security immediately.

From: https://www.oatug.org/events/event-description?CalendarEventKey=cdb1e824-a7f2-487f-8711-2d8ee9266bdd&Home=%2feducation-events%2fevents

Agile and DevOps for the Oracle Cloud

From: https://www.aioug.org/events/agile-and-devops-for-the-oracle-cloud

Get to know Oracle’s solution for managing the lifecycle of your code and the development process for your team. In this session we’ll demonstrate Oracle’s offering for code version management continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) and agile team collaboration – all integrated in one tool available as part of your Oracle cloud account. Get to know Oracle Visual Builder Studio and how it can improve your team development across infrastructure, database, and applications c

The Current State of Oracle Analytics Cloud: Is it for me?

From: https://www.oatug.org/events/event-description?CalendarEventKey=3e790456-4aa9-4b17-a7e6-48d5be11154b&Home=%2feducation-events%2fevents

Oracle introduced significant changes to what is included in Oracle Analytics Cloud that may change any assessments that were made on it in the past. Join John Liette, an implementation, enhancement, and support consultant with over 12 years’ experience as we walk through what is currently available in the offering and how it can help transform and evolve your business intelligence programs in the modern BI landscape using traditional dashboards and ad hoc reporting, as well as machine learning and mobile technology.

Learning Objectives:
• The tools and features that are included in the current OAC offering
• How these can be leveraged in a variety of BI programs from the fledgling explorers to the mature adventurers
• What paths exist for migration from existing systems and what it takes to stand up a successful BI practice from the ground up