About IOUG

    Who We Are

    Founded in 1993, the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) represents the voice of Oracle technology and database professionals – empowering you to be more productive in your business and career by delivering education, sharing best practices and providing technology direction and networking opportunities.

    Context, Not Just Content

    IOUG is dedicated to helping our members become an #IOUGenius by staying on the cutting-edge of Oracle technologies and industry issues through practical content, user-focused education and invaluable networking and leadership opportunities:


    • SELECT Journal – our dynamic hub that provides in-depth, peer-reviewed articles on industry news and best practices in Oracle technology
    • Our #IOUGenius blog highlights a featured weekly topic and provides content driven by Oracle professionals and the IOUG community
    • Master Class Series – best practices taught in person by well-known Oracle experts
    • Online articles and webcasts – our 3,000+ item Resource Center covers nearly every product or issue relevant to IOUG Members



    • Our once-a-year opportunity to connect with the members of not one but three Oracle users groups (IOUG, OAUG and Quest) as well as with the top names and faces in the Oracle community.
    • COLLABORATE 18 - Make your plans to join us April 22-26, 2018 in Las Vegas!

    Become an IOUG Member – it’s our goal to help you:

    • Increase your organization’s technical advantage
    • Enhance your skill set – access valuable, practical content created by users for users
    • Boost your individual marketability
    • Network, collaborate and exchange information with peers
    • Share your opinions about Oracle products, services and policies – we serve as an advocacy channel to make sure your collective voice achieves full power


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