Struggling with interactive reporting after moving to Oracle ERP Cloud? Know your options

The journey from Oracle’s on-premises ERP applications to Oracle ERP Cloud applications is well underway. Customers that have completed this journey are reporting gaining process automation and losing interactive, operational reporting that business users need on a daily and weekly basis. Oracle ERP Cloud reporting tools (OTBI, SmartView, BI Publisher) just cannot provide on-demand operational reports that users had before moving to ERP Cloud.

This webinar focuses on only two key objectives.

  1. Cost-effective strategies for real-time, interactive operational reporting (including financial reporting) for Oracle ERP Cloud applications
  2. How to easily report from both ERP Cloud and on-premises applications such as EBS that contain significant historical transactions.

Register now to save your spot in this interactive webinar with our panel of reporting experts.

CFP CLOSING – Breakthrough’22

Join the UK Oracle community for our flagship conference: two days jampacked with content covering both Oracle Applications and Technology. This year’s event will be held at the Eastside Rooms in Birmingham on the 1 and 2 December.

After the success of UKOUG together 2021 we cannot wait to see the community get together and interact directly with industry experts, Oracle advocates and product managers. This is your opportunity to hear the latest updates from Oracle and learn tips & tricks from the community.

Why attend?

  • Develop best practice – save time and money by better understanding your product related challenges. Learn from Oracle experts in your field and gain access to world-leading content.
  • Connect with Oracle users and partners – building knowledgeable, well-connected teams can add value to your organisation.
  • Discover what the future holds – not only will you hear Oracle’s product management sharing their individual roadmaps for the future, but also you will receive expert, independent analysis about the significance of those announcements for today’s users Remember, our conference is not a marketing event it is a place where you can learn about Oracle’s future plans and how they will practically impact your business.

Easy Excel Based Reporting Built for Oracle EBS

Struggling to make Oracle EBS reporting easy? Frustrated with the options like FSGs, Standard Reports, OBIEE and Discoverer that require too much manual effort?

You are not alone! Accounting and finance teams need purpose-built tools to connect finance and operational data directly to Excel for powerful, real-time insights.

In this webinar, we’ll show how a typical day in the finance department can be much easier when users can access and drill down into their financial data in real-time via an Excel front end solution.

  • Easily build financial, operational, and ad hoc reports directly in Excel.
  • Retrieve, refresh and drill into live Oracle EBS data through Excel.
  • Distribute reports to your team, other departments, and key stakeholders.
  • Leverage ERP Smarts to quickly connect and configure to your Oracle EBS instance.
  • Operational reporting with drill through and drill across business areas – OBIEE, Standard Reports and Discoverer replacement.

Intel Optane Persistent Memory Use Cases with Oracle Database In-Memory

This session will discuss testing carried out for two Oracle Database In-Memory use cases with Intel Optane PMem running in both Memory Mode (PMem-MM) and in App Direct Mode (PMem-AD) on a standard X-86 server.
The goal of the testing was to determine if PMem technology can provide an alternative option to traditional DRAM and to other fast tiered storage disks in a Database In-Memory environment.

The session will also provide the steps on how to configure Oracle Database 19c with PMem as a persistent block-addressable storage device.

Asad has worked in the IT industry for over 25 years. His experience spans a range of technology areas including Networking, Operating systems, Oracle database technologies and All Flash storage systems. Having spent nearly 15 years at Oracle Corporation, Asad has gained in-depth knowledge of Oracle’s core database technologies and Engineered systems, including RDBMS, RAC, ASM, RMAN, DataGuard and EXADATA. Since joining Dell Technologies in 2016, Asad has been working as an Oracle Solutions Architect within the presales organization, where his primary role is designing end-to-end solutions to run Oracle databases and Applications. Asad is based in UK.

OUG Ireland 2022

UG Ireland is back for 2022. The Irish Oracle community will be returning to Dublin for two days of top-quality content, covering everything across the business and technical landscapes. This is your chance to contribute your knowledge to an invaluable collection of sessions.

 

Is your Oracle Cloud Data Secure in BI Publisher?

Developers require a SQL tool to query data from Oracle Cloud. Most organizations use out-of-the-box BI Publisher functionality to query data using the data model. However, this can expose your HR data and PII information to developers. Learn how SQLConnect can help query in BI Publisher while improving your productivity by up to 60%.

OUG Scotland

OUG Scotland is back, in person, for 2022. The Scottish Oracle community will be gathering for a day of top-quality content, covering everything across the business and technical landscapes. This is your chance to contribute your knowledge to an invaluable collection of sessions.

 

ABOUT UKOUG

As the largest Oracle User Group in the UK, we are a hub for connecting, learning, sharing and shaping conversation for the benefit of the community. Made up of over 8,500 people, the user group consists of Oracle Customers, Oracle Partners and the Oracle Corporation, creating an eco-system where all can benefit.

UKOUG provides relevant products and services through membership benefits, designed to help you maximise your return on investment in Oracle. We’re passionate about connecting you with other Oracle users and solution providers, in an environment where you can educate, innovate and inform.

CFP CLOSING – OUG Scotland

OUG Scotland is back, in person, for 2022. The Scottish Oracle community will be gathering for a day of top-quality content, covering everything across the business and technical landscapes. This is your chance to contribute your knowledge to an invaluable collection of sessions.

UKOUG 2021

together 2021

29 & 30 November 2021 | The Oval, London

This November, join the UK Oracle community for two days jam-packed with content covering both Oracle Applications and Technology.

We know that two years on from our last physical event many of you are ready to get together and interact directly with industry experts, Oracle advocates and product managers. This is your opportunity to hear the latest updates from Oracle and learn tips & tricks from the community.

Why attend?

  • Develop best practice – save time and money by better understanding your product related challenges. Learn from Oracle experts in your field and gain access to world-leading content
  • Connect with Oracle users and partners – building knowledgeable, well-connected teams can add value to your organisation
  • Discover what the future holds – not only will you hear Oracle’s product management sharing their individual roadmaps for the future, but also you will receive expert, independent analysis about the significance of those announcements for today’s users

Remember, our conference is not a marketing event – it is a place where you can learn about Oracle’s future plans and how they will practically impact your business.

How to size Oracle databases on VMware for best performance and efficiency

More and more organizations see the benefits of running Oracle databases on virtual infrastructure. In this session, Bart will present a methodology for achieving maximum efficiency and performance for virtualized database workloads. Topics include: applying benchmarking metrics, sizing rules, workload management best practices and analyzing existing systems data to support accurate database infrastructure sizing, and some virtualization gotcha’s and caveats.