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Friday, March 20th – 12pm to 4pm
Oracle Broomfield Office 500 Eldorado Boulevard-Bldg 5 BROOMF05-CONF-1028_Sequoia Broomfield, CO 80021
Map and Directions
12:00 pm to 12:30 pm
- Registration and Refreshments
12:30 pm to 1:00 pm
- COAUG Business and Welcome
- Lunch & Socializing
1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Cyberquery – a Virtual Data Warehouse for Custom BI Solutions
- Mike Little – OPM
- Jim Maughan – Cyberscience
2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Got ROI? 3 Easy Steps to Improve End User Adoption
- Daya Haddock – TIA
3:00 pm to 3:50 pm
EPM Maestro: Making HFM Administration So Easy a Monkey Could Do It
- Tiffany Briseno – Summit Materials
- Chris Chase – The Bean Co
Sessions, refreshments, and lunch will be sponsored by:
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Some of the Many Reasons for Attending
The OWL is not just our mascot, it stands for Oracle Without Limits and Project O.W.L. is a new event at Training Days that will offer the attendee some great, new opportunities to learn, to interact with those in the industry and to immerse in the technology we love. The event will center behind our great exhibition area and will have the following:
RAC Attack will be back this year and better than ever! Learn all the ins and outs of an Oracle RAC by building on on your laptop! Experts will be on hand from the ACE and Oracle community to help you with your questions and make you a RAC Attack ninja!
Delphix is bringing Clone Attack for those who want to find out how quickly you can provision environments! Find out how much space and time savings can be reached and do it all on a VM on your laptop!
Oracle Engineered System and Hardware Demo
Want to get up close and personal with some great Oracle hardware? You’ll get the chance at Project O.W.L. Oracle is going to be bringing some of the newest, coolest appliances and engineered systems so you can find out just how cool it really is!
Stump the Chump
Have a real technical conundrum? Want to see if you have the tech question that our experts can’t answer? We’ll have opportunities to ask the experts your tough questions and if they can’t get you an answer, you’ll get a “I stumped the chump” button to wear proudly at the conference!
New Attendee Recommendation Initiative
There is nothing more valuable than word of mouth and we are going to reward that at TD2015. If you recommend someone new to Training Days and they list your name on their registration form as the one that recommended them, we’ll reward you with a $25 amazon gift card after the conference!
Special Interest Meetup Lunch
Our SIGs are an important part of our membership. Show your support the first day by taking your box lunch and sitting in on one of the SIG meetups! There are so many special interest groups to be a part of, so find out what you’ve been missing out on!
- Big Data and Cloud
- Enterprise Manager
- Higher Education
- Database 12c
- and others!
We’re bringing back our ACE lunches both days again! If you aren’t in on a SIG lunch, sit with your favorite ACE, ACE Associate or ACE Director and find out what got them where they are in the Oracle community. Talk tech with the best in the industry!
Deep Dive and Hands on Lab
For those with a full registration pass, (we have single day passes for those that can’t get away for the full conference…) the first 1/2 day is our gift to you! From 1-5:15pm on the 17th, you will get to immerse yourself in hands on labs and deep dives from the best of the best in Oracle database, development ADF and APEX and even one of my favorites, Enterprise Manager Database as a Service! This is a first come first serve sessions that day, (until we hit the room capacity limit, trust us, you do not want to tick off the fire marshal at the convention center… :)) so get there early and get the most out of your full registration!
Two Full Days, 100 Sessions!
Yes, you heard me right- two days, 100 sessions, 9 tracks! We have Steven Feuerstein, Jeff Smith, Iggy Fernandez, Kyle Hailey, David Peake, Scott Spendolini, Alex Gorbachev, Graham Wood, Bryn Llewellyn, Carlos Sierra and John King. New speakers this year for RMOUG, (we work very hard to introduce new speakers into our schedule…) include Bjoern Rost, Rene Antunez, Werner De Gruyter, (Yoda!) and Wayne Van Sluys.
Professional Development and More!
Kellyn Pot’Vin will be heading up our ever popular Women in Technology series on the first full day again this year! The panel is starting to form and we look forward to everyone who attends getting the most out of the session and to further their love of their tech career. This session is not just for women, but for father’s of daughters, husbands who want more for their wives, managers of women employees and even those that are hoping to hire more diversity in their departments!
Jeff Smith and Kellyn Pot’Vin will be doing another year of Social Media for the Database Professional! Come learn HOW to do Social Media instead of just the WHY. We’ll teach you how to automate, find the easy button for social media and how to find your social media style to make it work for you and your career.
The schedule is set up so that there is something impressive all day every day for the 2015 conference and we’re excited to share it with everyone! Registration is open, so don’t miss out on what is going to be the best Training Days yet!
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November 21, 2014
Quarterly Educational Workshop
Oracle DTC Campus
7700 Technology Way,
Denver, CO 80237
Registration and ID Required.
Please Register here.
7:30am – 8:00am Continental Breakfast
8:00am – 8:15am Meeting Kickoff
8:30am – 9:30am EPM Maestro: Making HFM Administration So Easy a Monkey
Could Do it
9:45am – 10:30am Freeing DevOps with Data Virtualization
10:45am – 12:00pm Oracle and the Future of Enterprise Management
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch
8:30am – 9:30am
EPM Meastro: Making HFM Administration So Easy a Monkey Could Do IT
Teresa Kress, Hyperion System Manager, Summit Materials
EPM Maestro: Making HFM Administration So Easy a Monkey Could Do It
Bogged down by the routine tasks that come along with administering your HFM environment? Don’t have enough time on your hands to get everything done? How about an extra pair of hands? Look no further than EPM Maestro! Attend this session to learn how the Hyperion Team at Summit Materials are utilizing EPM Maestro to automate all things HFM. From automatic consolidations to scheduled data syncs, come see how EPM Maestro can be your extra pair of hands for day-to-day HFM administration.
Speaker Bio: Teresa Kress – Hyperion System Manager, Summit Materials
After graduating UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in Finance and Accounting, I started my career working in financial consolidations and reporting in the mid-90s. I worked for a Fortune 500 global manufacturer who utilized Micro Control (the DOS-based version of what is now HFM!). In my 10 years with them I implemented 4 Hyperion Enterprise applications, HAL and numerous Essbase cubes while working my way through various financial analyst roles including an expat stint in France. For the next 7 years I independently consulted at various U.S. based companies helping with HFM, FDM and Financial Reporting implementations. After 7 years of traveling and consulting, I took an HFM Administrator job with Summit Materials, a heavy-materials and construction company headquartered in Denver. I am currently the Hyperion Systems Manager at Summit Materials and oversee the team that supports HFM, FDM, Hyperion Planning and various 3rd party tools including EPM Maestro and Accelatis.
Freeing DevOps with Data Virtualization, Tim Gorman, Delphix
Abstract: Software development is caught in a squeeze. Application development, software maintenance, and good testing relies on copies or “clones” of production software and data. However, production environments keep getting larger and larger, meaning that the downstream “clones” either need to be larger and larger as well, or something has to be done to whittle it down to a “subset”. DevOps teams either have to buy more storage to accommodate larger copies, or they have to somehow acquire the software and techniques to “subset” to make the copies smaller, which is itself very tricky.
At the same time, businesses are demanding that the turnaround time for maintenance fixes and newly-developed code become smaller, and the concepts of agile development and continuous integration demand that fully developed and test code be pushed “live” not in years or months, but in weeks, days, and even hours.
So DevOps teams are forced to deal with bigger objects, and also deal with them faster, using fewer people and the same old infrastructure. It is almost as if magic is needed to extricate us from between this rock and a hard place.
Data virtualization using thin-provisioning technology is a solution. Products such as Oracle’s DBaaS SnapClone and Delphix will be discussed, both of which provide a solution to this dilemma, realizing the full promise of virtualization. Learn how these technologies work, and learn the use cases where they can be employed effectively.
What attendees can expect to learn:
1.What are the constraints DevOps face obstructing agile development and continuous integration?
2.How does thin-provisioning of storage (a.k.a. data virtualization) resolve the problem?
3.What are the most common use-cases for data virtualization in everyday DevOps?
Bio: Tim Gorman has worked in IT with relational databases since 1984, as an Oracle application developer since 1990, as an Oracle DBA since 1993, and managing/designing very large data warehouses on Oracle since 1994. Mr Gorman is a technical consultant for Delphix (http://Delphix.com/) who enable data virtualization to increase the agility of IT development and testing. He is currently secretary of the board of directors of the Oracle Developer Tools Users Group (http://odtug.com/) and an advisor to the board of the Northern California Oracle Users Group (http://NoCOUG.org/) and the Northeast Ohio Oracle Users Group (http://NEOOUG.org). Mr Gorman is past president of the Rocky Mtn Oracle Users Group (http://RMOUG.org/) and an advisor to Project SafeGuard (http://PSGHelps.org/) which provides legal advice to victims of domestic violence.
Oracle and the Future of Enterprise Management
Rich Niemiec, Rolta
This presentation will focus on Oracle direction including 12c New Features (including In-Memory Database), Engineered Systems, Big Data and IOT (Internet of Things), and the Future. We will look at 12c new features like the In-memory Database, Pluggable Databases, Multiple indexes on the same Column, and Other 12c New Features. Topics will also include a Big Data Overview, GFS and MapReduce early days, Hadoop, HDFS, and MapReduce in Open Source, NoSQL Databases, The Oracle Big Data Solution, Oracle Hadoop Data Loader and IOT. We’ll also look at the Exadata hardware paradigm shift and some of the Oracle hardware advantages.
Speaker Bio: Rich Niemiec is a world renowned Oracle Expert and President of Rolta’s Consulting Practice. Rich is an Oracle Ace Director and was a co-founder and the CEO of TUSC, a Chicago-based systems integrator of Oracle-based business solutions started in 1988. Rich currently serves as an Executive Advisor to Rolta International Board of Directors and has served as President of Rolta TUSC and Rolta EICT. TUSC was the Oracle Partner of the Year in 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010 (Rolta TUSC), & 2011 (Rolta). Rolta is an international market leader in IT-based geospatial solutions, and caters to industries as diverse as infrastructure, telecom, electric, airports, defense, homeland security, urban development, town planning and environmental protection. Rich is the past President of the International Oracle Users Group (IOUG) and the current President of the Midwest Oracle Users Group (MOUG). Rich is one of six originally honored worldwide Oracle Certified Masters. In 2012, he authored the #1 Oracle bestseller “Oracle11g Release 2 Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques,” an update of his previous 3 Oracle best sellers on Oracle8i, Oracle9i, and Oracle10g Performance Tuning. Rich was inducted into the Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame in 1998.
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