Top 10 Oracle Cloud Sessions at C20 Conference
A cloud-based ERP solution could be the answer to your company’s need for a smart, scalable business tool. Perhaps you’re sold on the cloud due to its data security, constant delivery structure for platform updates and lower upfront costs. Maybe you’re looking ahead to what ERP can offer now and in the future, such as AI and machine learning. Oracle’s ERP Cloud fulfill all these and more.
To help Oracle cloud customers navigate the full conference, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 Oracle Cloud sessions not to miss at the COLLABORATE conference. Add any or all of the sessions below by clicking the link to the COLLABORATE app, where you can add sessions to your personal COLLABORATE20 schedule.
Hands-on-Lab: Keeping your Data Safe - Security for Cloud Databases
Richard Evans, Database Security Product Manager at Oracle
Sunday, April 19 | 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
This is a pre-register workshop and must be purchased through the Quest. While the cloud vendor secures the infrastructure, and keeps the platform patched, you are still responsible for enforcing checks and balances, and securing your users and your data. Oracle Data Safe is a new cloud service that helps secure your databases in the Oracle Cloud. In this lab, you’ll get hands-on experience using Data Safe to assess configuration and user risks, and monitor user activity, all with just a few clicks. You will also classify your sensitive data, and mask sensitive data for test and development, all without any special security training or expertise. If you have an Oracle Database in the cloud, this hands-on lab may be the most important session you attend at Collaborate!
Hands-on-Lab: Getting Hands On with Creating Your Own ChatBot and Digital Assistant
Joe Huang, Driving Digital Assistant, ChatBot, and Conversational GTM, Sales and Customer Adoption at Oracle
Sunday, April 19 | 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
This is a pre-register workshop and must be purchased through the Quest. As chatbots have evolved in enterprise use, so has the emergence of digital assistants that are multiskilled, proactive, AI-driven, and engaging. In this hands-on lab, you will get your hands dirty by creating skills and digital assistants rapidly and efficiently, with minimum coding. You will train your skills with user intents and entities and will design conversations, using the new conversation designer. You will then create your own digital assistant and add existing skills to enrich its functionality. Finally you will publish the digital assistant to a messaging application. All in under two hours!
Workshop: Role Design, Security, and Controls Best Practices for Oracle ERP Cloud (Fusion) Applications
Jeffrey Hare, Founder and CEO at ERP Risk Advisors
Sunday, April 19 | 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
This is a paid workshop and must be purchased through the OATUG: ERP Risk Advisors CEO, Jeffrey T. Hare, CPA CISA CIA, and our ERP Cloud Practice Manager, Donna Curtis will provide you expertise on how to effectively design role and implement security for organizations running Oracle’s ERP Cloud (Fusion) Applications. We will present our publicly available risk advisory articles and how to ensure compliance with our best practice recommendations. This workshop will address key IT controls that need to be developed before going live. We will also address various mechanisms for building and monitoring controls including Audit Policies, OBI cubes, and SQL queries.
Your Journey to the Cloud: Starting from Where You Are
Sandra Cheevers, Principal Product Director - Cloud Product Marketing at Oracle
Monday, April 20 | 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
To leverage the advantages of the cloud, organizations must have a strategy and plan for moving to the cloud. What workload should you put into the cloud? What about your existing on-premise implementations? How can you be sure to maximize your use of both environments? In this session explore the various stages of the journey to the cloud and how to define your own roadmap to the cloud. With the new advances in cloud platform autonomous services, Oracle provides a self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing cloud platform. See how Oracle’s complete, open, and autonomous offerings give you the broadest choice for implementing in a cloud while helping reduce risk, lower costs, and accelerate your innovation.
Oracle HCM Cloud Overview, Strategy and Roadmap
Juana Bordenave, Implementation Strategist at PeopleSoft
Monday, April 20 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Today’s workforce is changing at a faster speed than most can keep up. Oracle HCM Cloud enables organizations to not only keep up with the changing workforce but also to ensure competitiveness. In this session, you will hear about the latest investments made in Oracle’s HCM Cloud as well as how you can transform and optimize your workforce management. From adaptive intelligence to configurable process design to complex rules management, Oracle HCM Cloud delivers a unique user experience on any device to support your need to adapt and compete in this progressive market.
Maximize Your Software Licensing with OTBI for Financial Reporting
Kaushik Subramanian, Manager at Terillium
Tuesday, April 21 | 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Utilizing Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence, we were able to create a multi-layer report with drill down capabilities to match the FRS P&L report that was burst-out to many service locations. We were successfully able to limit access to the users based on segment security and only pull relevant P&L data so the end users would be able to successfully research where the monthly activity was coming from if that was a corporate journal entry or a payables invoice that was approved. Lastly, with all the data at their fingertips they would be able to see how their location was doing on a daily basis by reviewing this report as it is up to date at all time.
We recently utilized this approach with a leading LTL freight carrier headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. To keep their technology in line with their thriving business, the company recently decided to migrate from a legacy ERP to Oracle ERP Cloud.
Constructing a Cloud Strategy Fit for 2020 | ERP Cloud Super Session
Shane Eisenhauer, Vice President, ERP Cloud Practice at Terillium
Lorin Cook, National CIO Advisor, Office of the CTO at Oracle
Tuesday, April 21 | 2:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Oracle's Cloud Computing Strategy
Sandra Cheevers, Principal Product Director - Cloud Product Marketing at Oracle
Tuesday, April 21 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Now more than ever, organizations must have a strategy and plan for moving to the cloud. What should you put into public clouds? What about on-premises implementations? What are the trade-offs between these different choices? You want to maximize your options and the different approaches you might take to move to a cloud environment. Explore the different stages of the journey to the cloud and how to define your roadmap to a cloud environment. Examine whether you need an on-premises or a public cloud solution, or some combination of both. With the advances in autonomous cloud capabilities, Oracle delivers a self-driving, self-securing and self-repairing cloud technology. See how Oracle’s complete, open offering gives you the broadest choice for implementing in a cloud. Join this session to find out more.
Customer Success: Manufacturing in the Cloud
Brian Mentel, Oracle Cloud Practice Director at RF-Smart
Wednesday, April 22 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Looking at Oracle SCM but unsure if you can (or should) move all your manufacturing operations to the Cloud? Join tire manufacturer Titan International to hear how they consolidated their internal systems to one platform by upgrading to Oracle SCM Cloud. Understand Oracle’s capabilities for the manufacturing industry and how you can extend that further with mobile technology, and walk away with the key lessons learned in the process.
Extending JD Edwards Capabilities with Oracle Cloud Applications
Gary Grieshaber, Vice President of Product Management at Oracle
Wednesday, April 22 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
In today’s competitive environment, a key advantage is the ability to innovate, to react nimbly to changing conditions, and to outmaneuver their competition. More choice means more agility and better ability to innovate. The prospect of leveraging your existing Oracle’s JD Edwards investment in hybrid models with Oracle Cloud Applications brings even more choice, agility, and control to both IT and line of business. Attend this session to learn how other customers are leveraging Oracle Cloud Applications with JD Edwards.