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    Developer Tools

    Working on database and/or application development means learning multiple languages and performing a balancing act between Web-based, wireless and client/server applications. What will give you the edge to create successful applications? Do you use the Oracle suite of tools, or do you need to look for something that you can integrate? And how will your applications be used? With wireless technology? Through a portal? Will your forms and reports be used on an intranet or on the internet? This track covers the topics that surround the development and deployment of your applications.

     Key Topics:

    • Data Modeling
    • PL/SQL Development
    • DevOps
    • Development Fundamentals
    • Development Tools
    • Design Fundamentals
    • Code Management
    • WebCenter

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    Oracle Database

    The Oracle relational database continues to evolve to include more new features, and as a result, has become even more complicated. On top of all the daily challenges of maintaining a high performance database, now you have to be sure the data are available 24/7 and compatible with other systems. This track is designed to provide DBAs of every experience level and industry with the tools to productively and creatively administer your data. 

    Key Topics:

    • Database Internals
    • Upgrades and Migration
    • Performance
    • HA / DR / Recovery
    • Security
    • New Features
    • System Management (OEM)
    • Engineered Systems
    • Hardware and O/S
    • Virtualization

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    Oracle Cloud Database

    While the Oracle Database features are the same whether you're on-premises or in the cloud, Data Professionals who work in hybrid cloud environments face a new set of considerations, and new responsibilities that go beyond the boundaries of traditional data management. This track will cover the specific needs of Data Professionals in public and hybrid cloud environments.

    Key Topics:

    • Database Internals
    • Upgrades and Migration
    • Performance
    • HA / DR / Recovery
    • Security
    • New Features
    • System Management (OMC)

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    Big Data & Analytics

    Learn how organizations are using Big Data & Analytics to transform their operations and sustain their competitive advantage, addressing the challenges of managing rapid growth for data storage and availability,and how analytics are enabling organizations to function more efficiently. You'll hear how other users are proactively using customer data to create opportunities, what how to make better, Big Data-driven decisions.

     Key Topics:

    • Big Data
    • NoSQL Databases
    • Data Warehouse
    • Data Analytics
    • Data Visualization
    • Data modeling
    • System architecture

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    Professional Development

    It’s not enough these days to just know how to tune a database or build a Web page. You need to have all the skills to stand out in the sea of IT professionals and to move ahead. Skills like risk analysis, project management, determining return on investment, resolving conflicts and team building are just as valuable in the work place. This focus area highlights the other professional and personal skills you need to get ahead and to advance your career.

    Key Topics:

    • Prepare for your next Role
    • Grow your Role
    • New to IT
    • Working with Others
    • Networking for success

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