AT ORACLE: Events
Conferences and sessions to help you stay on the cutting edge
August 16–17, Sydney, Australia
July 8, Quito, Ecuador
July 9–14, Orlando, Florida
July 10–13, Atlanta, Georgia
Presented by the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), the North Central Oracle Apps User Group (NCOAUG), and the OAUG Upgrade SIG, this conference helps attendees implement, upgrade to, or reimplement Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. Case studies and panels cover application and database tuning, security, and optimizing the upgrade process.
July 12–15, Denver, Colorado
This event brings together six different conferences—on topics ranging from e-business to security to multimedia—and includes a worldwide roster of academic keynote speakers, specialized workshops, and dozens of topic-specific sessions.
This global congress includes 22 different academic conferences, all held at the same time and in the same location. Specific topics include grid computing and applications, internet computing, and software engineering research and practice.
This in-depth regional forum covers Oracle’s enterprise performance management (EPM), business intelligence, and Hyperion solutions. Educational content includes customer success stories, partner tips and tricks, and information from Oracle executives across all Oracle EPM applications and tools.
Quest joins with five Northeast affiliate user groups and the Financial Services Industry User Group for two days of education geared toward Oracle’s PeopleSoft and JD Edwards customers.
July 25–28, Boston, Massachusetts
July 25–29, Portland, Oregon
This gathering focuses on the technologist’s role in identity and privacy, cloud computing, data management, security and risk management, network and telecommunications, and content and collaboration. The conference includes opportunities to network with analysts, vendors, and peers.
July 30–August 2, Las Vegas, Nevada
July 31–August 2, Jersey City, New Jersey
August 14–16, Lake Tahoe, Nevada
August 16–17, San Diego, California
August 24–26, Pretoria, South Africa