Oracle OpenWorld | Booth 3009 | Moscone South
During OpenWorld, come talk to our industry experts about Cloud, PeopleSoft, Managed Services, Strategic Staffing Solutions, and more. While visiting us, enter for a chance to win our grand prize giveaway and pick up your complimentary webcam blocker!
Presentation Information – Code One
Developing a Cohesive User Experience [DEV4624]
Monday, October 22nd
We’re blessed with many options to develop solutions. Yet, in the end, a user must be to be able to use the solution in context of other solutions – whether out-of-the-box from Oracle or something another developer built. How do we – developers, admins, architects, innovators – exploit the capability of our selected platform and language without creating a technical minefield of disassociated, inconsistent, solutions for that user?
In this session, we’ll explore several of the common user experience pitfalls that arise when we take advantage of different languages and platforms to develop various organizational solutions. We’ll talk about why these happen and how to avoid them without sacrificing the value a hybrid environment brings in terms of cost-effectiveness and solution potential.
Speaker: Chris Couture, Global Managing Director – Innovation & Solutions, CherryRoad Technologies
Presentation Information – OpenWorld
Monitor and Diagnose Your PeopleSoft and Siebel Applications [PRO4482]
Monday, October 22nd
Oracle’s PeopleSoft and Siebel solutions provide two of the premier solutions for business-critical use-cases such as human capital management and customer relationship management. In this session see how Oracle Management Cloud is being used to monitor PeopleSoft and Siebel regardless of whether they are deployed on-premises or in the cloud or in a hybrid model. Discover how next-generation machine learning technology is leveraged to maintain the highest user experience for these applications.
Speakers: Ray Songco, Managing Director, CherryRoad Technologies
Glen Hawkins, Product Management, Oracle
Uday Vallamsetty, Product Management, Oracle