What: Sydney Oracle Meetup #3 – Focus on E-Business Suite + Oracle/Sun deal
When: April 28, 2009 5:30 PM
Where: As usual – Sydney Mechanics School of Art
How: just register at the SOM website.
We have to limit the number of people to 40 this time so make sure you RSVP timely!
We are gathering at 5:30pm and technical goodies are starting at 6pm so use this time to catch up with other members. We should finish by 8:30pm including a beaks and some post follow up. The presentation schedule is a bit floating this time.
As usual, we should have some pizza and beverages facilitating seamless peer networking. ;-)
In addition to the main topic, we plan to have some overview of Oracle / Sun deal and share what everyone thinks about it + report from the InSync09 conference. We will talk a bit about MySQL as it becomes Oracle technology now.
Even tough this meetup’s technical content is built around Oracle E-Business, it’s not intended to be purely for Oracle Apps DBA’s and should be attractive to anybody interested to learn how this product is built including DBA’s, Architects and Developers.
We have one presenter for the evening – Jurijs Velikanovs. Jurijs is an Oracle Certified Master (one of the first OCM’s in the world) and has been working with Oracle E-Business Suite since 2001. He worked with installations of 1+TB in size and up to 6 nodes Oracle RAC on the back-end. Jurijs has been involved into one of the first EBS/RAC implementations and numerous infrastructure upgrade projects.
Oracle e-Business Suite technical components overview, architecture, DBA challenges and future directions.
Oracle E-Business Suite (OEBS) is the Oracle’s flagman applications set covering almost every business area of a modern enterprise. Over its long history, OEBS has gone through many changes and today leverages many Oracle technlogies such as RDBMS, Application Servers, Forms, Reports, Discoverer and etc.
We are going to divide the session in three parts:
- Currently most popular version (11i) overview and DBA-s’ and Architects’ challenges
- Newest version review (R12) – most important changes and technical improvements
- Future technical development (Project Fusion). What to expect from next releases?
Questions to be answered:
- Technical components the product consist of
- Possible architectures to meet different load and security requirements
- Typical problems Apps DBA face and possible solutions
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