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The Oracle Friday Tech Updates are being held on Friday and are practical sessions.
Each session offers an in-depth view on topics such as the new Oracle Database 12c, the Oracle Database Options and the newest components of the Oracle middleware portfolio.
Here is an overview of the upcoming topics.
Whether you’re developing and deploying enterprise applications, building smarter database architectures, or managing your enterprise’s IT infrastructure, the demands on the modern data platform are constantly evolving. Trying to keep up with every business need can be challenging, but ignoring them simply isn’t an option. This is where best practice & insights from experts and peers can help.
Gain insight in the Roadmap and Strategy of Oracle Business Analytics, on premise and in the cloud. Get acquainted with the new Oracle Business Intelligence 12c with extensive Self-service and Data Visualization possibilities. Find out the latest developments in Oracle’s Big Data solutions
Most organizations would like to switch to the Cloud, but also still have (many) on premise environments that are not (yet) cloud-ready or where there is a strong need to have the environment run on premise. Oracle has solutions for all these options and makes life for IT Operations much easier by using the same technology on premise as in the cloud, so that you can get the maximum benefit from a Hybrid Cloud Strategy.
You are fully informed on the subject concerned in 1 day.
These sessions take place at the Oracle office in Vilvoorde . Participation is free of charge. Places are limited… so sign up quickly.
The Oracle Friday Tech Updates are intended for IT Specialists, Database Administrators, Database / Software / Enterprise Architects, Testers and Data warehouse / BI / Security Specialists.
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