NATCAP June 14th Meeting

The NATCAP Summer Conference 16 aims to inform and educate the Washington D.C metro area  Oracle user community about Oracle’s products, services, new technology, and recent developments with NATCAP. Come join us and learn about Database 12c in the Cloud, Business Intelligence, Enterprise Manager 13c and more. The meeting will run from 10am to 3pm, so everyone should be able to avoid the rush hour crush.

The event is free, but reservations are required so we can provide a free lunch , provided by Mythics.  That’s why we’d like to invite you to join us at the upcoming NATCAP Summer  Conference 16 on June 14th at the Oracle Reston Office in their CBC.

 

Sessions include;

 

10:00 Welcome and Introductions 

 

10:15am

Shakeeb Rahman: Database Cloud Services Overview

An overview of the Database Cloud Services and what you can do with it. Shakeeb is the Design Lead for Oracle Application Express.

 11:15
Scott Spendolini – Securing Data with Oracle Advanced Security & APEX

There hasn’t been a time in history where data security and privacy is more prominent and important than it is today.  With data breaches occurring almost weekly and high profile news stories dominating the mainstream media, organizations are scrambling to make sure that their infrastructures – both on premise and in the cloud – are as secure as they can be.

Fortunately, this task is not as daunting as it seems – when you use the proper tools.  This session will highlight how using features of the Oracle Advanced Security option – particularly Redaction, VPD & encryption – can help developers build secure APEX applications.

 

Noon

  • Lunch sponsored by Mythics
  • NATCAP business meeting
  • Mythics Welcome message

 

1pm

Sarah Craynon Zumbrum: Data Visualization

Data visualization is a really cool and versatile tool that allows you to view your data in graphs, maps, and charts. However, which option is right for you – on-premises, cloud, or desktop? This session will go through the different options: Data Visualization, Data Visualization Cloud Service, and Data Visualization Desktop to determine which one is right for your organization. Data source options, Advanced Analytics, Predictive Analysis, filtering options, Data Wrangling, and mobile options are just some of the other topics that will be explored.
Sarah Craynon Zumbrum is a Senior Sales Consultant and Oracle ACE Alumni with Oracle Corporation. She has previously worked in-house as a Business Intelligence Architect and EPM Consultant, specializing in the Hyperion suite of tools. She has been a speaker at ODTUG’s Kscope, OAUG’s Connection Point, ECO Conference, Midwest Oracle User Group, and RMOUG Training Days. She is past member of ODTUG’s Board of Directors and Hyperion SIG Board of Directors (serving as Secretary), and is a graduate of ODTUG’s 2013 Leadership Program. Sarah has served as a Hyperion Content Reviewer for RMOUG Training Days 2014-2016, the Foundations and Data Management Track Team for Kscope14, Hyperion Planning Track Team for Kscope15, and EPM Reporting Track Team for Kscope16. She has been published in RMOUG’s SQL>Update magazine and ODTUG’s Technical Journal. She is an avid triathlete and resides in Raleigh, North Carolina.

 

2pm

Erik Benner: Enterprise Manager 13c – Events and actions!

Enterprise Manager is the best tool for monitoring your Oracle technology stack. Built into the tool, is a very feature rich event engine, that not only can generate notifications via email, but also open up tickets in systems like Remedy and JIRA. It also has the ability to automatically resolve the issues through Corrective actions. This session will go over how events are generated, how notifications work, and how a simple corrective action can be built.

Erik Benner is an Oracle ACE, author and Enterprise Architect. He has worked with Oracle and Sun Systems since the mid 90s, and is experienced with most of the core Oracle technologies. Erik leverages his experience with all of Oracle’s Engineered Systems to provide holistic designs that combine database, middleware, and virtualization technologies. Erik has a broad and deep understanding of Oracle Infrastructure technology, and how the Oracle database and middleware systems run best with an Oracle on Oracle solution. When not flying to the far points of the country from the Atlanta Metro area, he enjoys spending time with his family at their Observatory, where the telescopes outnumber the people.

 

Oracle Office

Oracle Reston Campus

1900 Oracle Way

Reston, VA 20190

Complimentary Registration and Lunch

 

Please remember to select the number of people that will be with you when you RSVP. It’s fine to bring a friend!

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