ODTUG Board of Directors Nomination Deadline Approaching
Nominations are open through September 22 for the 2016-2017 ODTUG Board of Directors. Members of the board enjoy the opportunity to guide the direction of ODTUG, as well as increased contact with Oracle Corporation’s upper management and other experts in the development community.
The following board member terms will expire on December 31, 2015:
- Monty Latiolais
- Natalie Delemar
- Martin D’Souza
- David Schleis
- Mia Urman
This is your opportunity to nominate the person whom you believe will best provide leadership and policy development for ODTUG. Read more here.
ODTUG and IOUG Offer Exciting Agenda at MOUG Fall Conference
Join ODTUG and IOUG in Chicago on September 22 at the MOUG Fall Conference for a full day of Oracle education from leading industry experts, as well as opportunities to network and connect with your fellow Oracle users. Click here for more details.
Kscope16 Abstract Submission Deadline Is October 15
Now that the tracks have been finalized, it’s time to submit your abstract! But before you do, click here to read ODTUG member Janice D’Aloia’s tips on how to write a great abstract and increase your chances of making it to Kscope16.
Take a Look Back at Kscope15 and Relive the Experience
Kscope15 session recordings and presentations are now available to all Kscope15 attendees and individual ODTUG members. Not a member? Membership is only $99/year. Join today!
2016 ODTUG Leadership Program Class Announced
A record number of applications were received for the third class of the ODTUG Leadership Program, and the committee had to choose from many highly qualified prospects for 2016.
Congratulations to the 2016 ODTUG Leadership Programs Class: Jon Harvey (eCapital Advisors), Benjamin Intsiful (Alpha Capital Bank), Melissa Kane (interRel Consulting), Rodrigo Radtke de Souza (Dell), Nicci Russo (Australian Red Cross Blood Service), and Rebecca Wagner (Rittman Mead).
Join ODTUG at Oracle OpenWorld
Make plans to visit the ODTUG kiosk in Moscone South and attend our Sunday Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld October 25-29 in San Francisco. Stay tuned for information about Community Meetups.
ODTUG APEX Gaming Competition Submission Deadline Changed
Good news! You now have until Monday, November 2, to submit your entry for the ODTUG APEX Gaming Competition. Find the rules and more details here.
World of Webinars
Tuesday, September 22, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
OBIEE Can Help You Achieve Your GOOOOOOOOOALS!
Andy Rocha and Peter Tamisin, Rittman Mead
The World Cup is the most captivating sports event in the world. We work with the best BI tool in the world. So, why not bring the two together?
With that in mind, we used OBIEE to create our own game-tracking page for the 2014 World Cup. Using several visualization tools (D3, HTML/CSS for spatial analysis, image deployments, jQuery, and good old OBIEE graphs), Rittman Mead's own Socialize tool (have you ever though about adding commentary to your dashboards?) as well as our own data entry tool (developed in Grails!) we created a great dashboard that updates users with real time scores, stats, match events, player and team information and allows them to leave their own comments about each match.
In this presentation, we will mock our own little soccer match, so we can then break apart the dashboard and discuss with the audience each piece of technology involved in building the final product.
Thursday, September 24, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Intro to Oracle NoSQL Database
Anand Chandak, Oracle Corporation
The Oracle NoSQL Database is a distributed key-value database. It is designed to provide highly reliable, scalable, and available data storage across a configurable set of systems that function as storage nodes. In this webinar, we will talk about what the Oracle NoSQL Database is, its architecture, underlying components, and what the top use cases are, and we will delve little bit into the performance of the Oracle NoSQL Database.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Getting Started with DRM
Jordan Wilcox, TopDown Consulting
Oracle describes Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management (DRM) as an application that “…helps proactively manage changes in master data across operational, analytical, and enterprise performance management silos.” The description goes on to outline what users can do and the likely results, but it never tells you how to get DRM to do all of this great stuff and deliver results that will make your boss happy. This webcast is a practical guide that walks through how to quickly get started with DRM. It will show you how to create and configure a DRM application for managing and loading metadata. The webcast will also include tips, tricks, and gotchas to help you avoid pitfalls and get up and running on DRM in no time.