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AUSOUG Perth conference

AUSOUG Perth conference

November 3 - 4, 2011
Perth, Australia
http://www.ausoug.org.au/2020/program.html




How Fusion Middleware Built the Fusion User Experience

Patanjali Venkatacharya
Patanjali Venkatacharya

Presenters: Patanjali Venkatacharya, Chief Evangelist, Applications User Experience, Oracle

Ever wondered what really makes Fusion Applications tick? This session will go behind-the-scenes of a next generation composite application experience and illustrate how the various components of Fusion Middleware can be leveraged for all next generation applications user experiences. You'll hear about the role of key Fusion Middleware components such as Application Development Framework (ADF), WebCenter, Metadata Services (MDS), Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), and Design Patterns, and see first-hand examples of how these components render Fusion Applications. We will also give you an overview of Oracle's significant investments over the last few years in Applications User Experiences, and provide real visual examples of the results. Guest may also be in for a real surprise -- a sneak-peek into how Oracle is envisioning Enterprise Applications in the age of iPad and iPhone-like mobile devices.

Track: Fusion Middleware / Jdeveloper
Date: Friday, November 4, 2011
Time: TBD
Location: TBD




Should I Upgrade or Wait for Fusion Applications?advocate presentation

Debra Lilley Chris Muir
Debra Lilley Chris Muir

Presenters: Debra Lilley and demo by Chris Muir, SAGE Computing Services

The question is not, “Do I upgrade to R12.1 or do I wait for Fusion Apps?”, the question is, “What will bring value to your organization?”. In this session we will look at the approach to assessing that value, new functionality, retirement of customizations, support considerations, costs etc and then once you have made a decision some strategies for staying put, making the move - upgrade, re-implementation or perhaps a hybrid or business accelerator approach.

Track: General
Date: Friday, November 4, 2011
Time: TBD
Location: TBD

Debra Lilley is the Oracle Alliance Director and Fusion champion at Fujitsu. She is an Oracle ACE director and a Fusion UX Advocate for Oracle. She is also a director and Deputy Chair of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) and leader of the Product Development Committee for the International Oracle Users Group Community (IOUC). She speaks frequently about Oracle strategy, applications and technology. Follow Debra on her blog at www.debrasoracle.blogspot.com or on Twitter at http://twitter.com/DebraLilley.

Chris Muir is a senior Oracle systems developer and trainer for SAGE Computing Services in Australia. He is a Fusion User Experience Advocate for Oracle and an Oracle ACE director. He has more than 10 years of experience working in traditional Oracle development, but he recently earned battle scars working with JDeveloper, ADF, Web services, and Fusion Middleware. He is a longtime user group supporter and presenter – including AUSOUG (APOUC), ODTUG, UKOUG, and ADF EMG -- and in 2009 he won the Oracle ACE Director of the Year award from Oracle Magazine. Follow Chris on his blog at http://one-size-doesnt-fit-all.blogspot.com/, or on Twitter: @chriscmuir.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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