Rochester Event - Friday, March 19, 2010!

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Rochester Event - Friday, March 19, 2010!

Postby sam » Fri Feb 05, 2010 10:20 am

MCC Office for Workforce Development

UNYOUG Educational Workshop Day
Friday, March 19, 2009 9AM - 3:30PM (breakfast & registration start at 8AM)

Monroe Community College - Brighton Campus
R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center
Monroe A & B

Click here for area map.


Presentations:

Oracle + Sun: Transforming the Industry
   Oracle Corporation

Oracle: Extracting the most value from Support
   Joanne Nolan, Oracle Corporation

Determine the Direction for your Oracle Forms and Reports Applications
   Martin Disterheft, PITSS America LLC

Software Development and Deployment in an Oracle Environment
   Andy Blake, Paramount Computing Associates

APEX for the DBA
   Bryan Grenn, Paychex & UNYOUG Technical Chair


We have great books to give away, courtesy of Packt and O'Reilly!

Win a Kindle, courtesy of Serverware!




Agenda:

  8:00   -      9:00   Registration and Networking, Continental Breakfast

  9:00   -      9:10   Welcome

  9:10   -    10:30   Oracle + Sun: Transforming the Industry

10:30   -    10:45   Break

10:45   -    11:45   Oracle: Extracting the most value from Support

11:45   -    12:15   Lunch

12:15   -      1:15   Oracle Forms and Reports Applications

  1:15   -      2:00   Software Development and Deployment

  2:00   -      2:15   Break

  2:15   -      3:15   APEX for the DBA

  3:15   -      3:30   Raffles, wrap-up


**Free Parking, no pass required, please park in Lot M**

Registration:
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  We need a count of persons attending to properly plan for this event.  If you are planning to attend, please pre-register for the meeting here:  http://www.unyoug.com/register.php.

Membership & Fees:
UNYOUG membership is $20 per year.  The event fee for non-members is $10, or $5 for students.
* Fees are waived for those between jobs! *

Thanks!
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Oracle + Sun: Transforming the Industry

Postby sam » Mon Mar 15, 2010 12:45 pm

Oracle + Sun: Transforming the Industry
Jeff Barteld, Oracle Corporation
David Foster, Oracle Corporation

The combination of Oracle and Sun is a major industry event that will change the way you buy, run and manage your business systems. This keynote will provide you with an overview of Oracle’s strategy for integrating Sun’s business to deliver complete, open and integrated systems from applications to disk, and how it will benefit you. Learn how Sun and Oracle plan to accelerate innovation, enhance performance, reliability and security, and decrease system integration costs. Hear Oracle’s commitment to protect and extend your investments in Sun technologies and increase support.

Dave Foster lives in Rochester New York. Within the NATO SC DB/Grid organization, Dave supports Oracle database, ULDBs, Exadata, DB Security, Enterprise Manager, RAC and Data Guard.  Dave has over 30 years experience in Power, Bio-gen, Pharma and Financial industries.
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Oracle: Extracting the most value from Support

Postby sam » Mon Mar 15, 2010 12:46 pm

Oracle: Extracting the most value from Support
Joanne Nolan, Oracle Corporation

Joanne Nolan is a Customer Support Manager for Oracle Global Software Support. She has worked in multiple support organizations as a Support Engineer and Manager.  Joanne has been with Oracle for four years and belongs to a team that helps customers maximize their support investment and leverage the support tools and resources.

Joanne has been a featured speaker at multiple User Group events.  She has a B.Sc. and an M.B.A from Boston University School of Management and lives in Boston, MA.
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Oracle Forms and Reports Applications

Postby sam » Mon Mar 15, 2010 12:47 pm

De-supported Oracle Forms and Reports Applications Puts Your Organization at Risk (Upgrade, Migrate or Evolve -  determine the direction for your Oracle Forms and Reports Applications)
Martin Disterheft, PITSS America LLC

What version of Oracle Forms and Reports are you running your custom applications on?  If your answer is not 10g Release 2 or 11g, then you are running on an unsupported technology stack.  This means that you are not getting support from Oracle on your software, but even worse you are not getting security patches applied to your environment.  This could mean you could be in violation of company or government mandates. Part of your decision to get back on a supported platform may be to determine the direction for your Oracle Forms and Reports Applications. Besides upgrading to the most recent version of Oracle Forms and Reports you may consider migrating to ADF, APEX, or a SOA Enabled application. PITSS deploys its innovative PITSS.CON software to help its customers analyze, upgrade, migrate, and maintain their Oracle Forms and Reports applications.

Martin Disterheft brings nearly 2 decades of information technology and global leadership to his role as President, PITSS America.  Drawn to PITSS’ dynamic, entrepreneurial environment and its reputation as a leader in Oracle Technology related solutions, Martin spearheads PITSS’ expansion to North America and is responsible for the strategic direction for the Americas’ division.  He is committed to increasing awareness among US based companies that PITSS’ superior Oracle Forms solutions significantly improves the ROI of both past and present investments in Oracle development technologies.  Previously to PITSS America, Martin worked for Robert Bosch  Corporation for almost ten years as Project Manager/Director for Engineering Services and provided leadership as Project Manager for global IT projects with fiscal budget responsibility up to $20 million. He holds a bachelors degree in management information systems.
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Software Development and Deployment in an Oracle Environment

Postby sam » Mon Mar 15, 2010 12:48 pm

Software Development and Deployment in an Oracle Environment
Andy Blake, Vice President, Paramount Computing Associates

This session will provide an in-depth technical look at techniques and processes that are being used to manage the development and deployment of business application software in a corporate production setting. Examples are drawn from a Java web application with an Oracle backend in a Unix operating environment.  Technologies discussed include PL/SQL Developer IDE, Eclipse IDE, CVS source repository, and Ant build utility.  The session will include a detailed look at underlying Ant build configuration files enabling build and deploy activities from a command line interface resulting in deployment of PL/SQL code and SQL scripts as well as web application modules.

With over 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, Andy has held many roles in software development, systems analysis, application design, and project management.  Paramount Computing Associates (PCA) is a software consulting firm providing business applications development services focusing on Oracle and java web technologies.  As a partner in PCA, Andy has managed several application development efforts and managed the production support activities associated with several of these.
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APEX for the DBA

Postby sam » Mon Mar 15, 2010 1:38 pm

APEX for the DBA
Bryan Grenn, Paychex & UNYOUG Technical Chair

Let Bryan show you how utilize APEX to help you with your day-to-day support of a database or application.  This is a FREE tool included in the database.  Apex can help you create a website to present data about the systems you support.  Bryan will show how to build interactive graphs and reports showing real-time data in a user friendly format.  This information can be securely shared to help fulfill a lot of daily questions DBA's are asked.

Bryan Grenn is an infrastructure architect at Paychex.  He has been an Oracle DBA for 20 years, consulting at many of Rochester's biggest companies.  Bryan has worked as a System Administrator along with being a DBA.  He has experience on most common platforms (Windows, HPUX, AIX, Solaris, and Linux), and has worked with most database features (RAC, compression, partitioning, RAT, XML Database, OLAP).
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