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Keynote: Any Advanced Technology Is Indistinguishable from Magic
Suyash Joshi, Oracle
Famous futurist, Arthur C. Clarke said we cannot distinguish advanced technology from magic. In this keynote session magician and technologist Suyash Joshi will showcase live what that really means in a High Tech Magic Show. This session will be highly educational, inspirational and give you a peek into the future of technologies such as AI, ML, Voice User Interfaces, Augmented and Mixed Reality. You will leave not only inspired but full of possibilities to innovate in your industry on emerging technologies.

Your Next Intelligent Chatbot, from Idea to Execution
Suyash Joshi, Oracle
This session covers the design and coding process of bot design a critical first step that is often skipped and leads to poor UX and frustration. In the first half of the presentation you will learn best practices for designing a chatbot experience that is not only useful but also delightful. You will understand about the types of bots—such as transactional, social and personal assistants—and how to create a compelling persona for your bot. The second half is code focused teaching you how to develop, deploy and test simple chatbot using JavaScript onto messaging platforms such as Facebook messenger. This session will leave you with best practices for designing and developing conversational user interfaces and chatbots under your belt.

Mastering APEX Interactive Grids
Karen Cannell, TH Technology
This session opens with a fast review of APEX Interactive Grid essentials then focuses on grid extras - – charting, alternate views, editable grid alternate processing options, JavaScript customizations and high-level use of the grid APIs. We will examine features and attributes of APEX interactive grids that you might not (yet) be aware of. Become familiar with the grid JET charts. Learn when and how to use alternate processing options for editable grids. Become comfortable with customizing the grid interface through declarative attributes, and when necessary through JavaScript using the grid APIs. Learn declarative and customization options to maximize the use of your interactive grids. Learn to leverage the full power of interactive grids to meet real business requirements.

Oracle Analytical Views : Bring BI Analyses to the non-BI World
Karen Cannell, TH Technology
Analytic Views in Oracle DB 12.2 offer “a fast and efficient way to create analytic queries” of data in existing database tables and views. This means simpler SQL statements and improved performance for aggregate and calculation queries – a big advantage for any developer building reports for data warehouse, business intelligence or other BI-like data analysis purposes - not just BI and Data Warehouse experts. Even if you never used a high-end BI or OLAP tool before, if you create BI-like queries, Analytic Views deserve a look. This introductory session, geared for a non-BI/Data Warehouse audience, covers: - The basic components of Oracle Analytic Views: Dimensions, Hierarchies, Analytic Views, - How to create and implement Analytic Views atop existing relational tables - Use of Analytic Views in an APEX Bi-like Reporting Application Are the promised performance gains of Analytic Views worth the investment of learning and implementing this 12.2 new feature? Attend to learn when and where Analytic Views make a difference in delivering aggregate and analytic values to your end users.

Converting Tabular Forms to Interactive Grids
Rogers Richardson, Vivint Solar
In APEX 4.2 Tabular forms were the way to input data. However they were kinda clunky. In APEX 5.0/5.1 Interactive Grids were introduced and made to be a sleek way to input and display data. The conversion of Tabular forms to Interactive Grids has several steps.

MySQL – HA Made Easy with InnoDB Cluster
Kathy Forte, Oracle MySQL
Data is the real currency in today’s world, critical to any organization’s operation. MySQL InnoDB Cluster offers a single product with high availability and scaling baked in. In this presentation we’ll explore the technologies behind MySQL Enterprise HA. After this deep dive into InnoDB Cluster, MySQL Router, and MySQL Shell, you’ll understand how to create highly available clusters of MySQL server instances. You’ll understand how to use these powerful, out-of-the-box technologies to ensure that your organization has access to its data when its needed.

SQL and NoSQL – the best of both worlds with MySQL
Kathy Forte, Oracle MySQL
You know the power of SQL, but with the flood of semi-structured and unstructured data, you’ve also seen the value NoSQL can bring to the table. With MySQL, you can have the scalability of NoSQL without leaving behind the power of SQL. The MySQL Document Store enables schemaless data management in an ACID compliant database. In this presentation we’ll explore key concepts of the Document Store and how to use the X DevAPI. By the end of the presentation, you’ll understand how to harness schemaless data all within MySQL, the database that powers the web.

Top 10 Reasons to Upgrade to MySQL 8.0
Kathy Forte, Oracle MySQL
As a busy developer or/and DBA you like to keep your eyes on compelling new features, as well as improvements to help make your business more successful. The recent release of MySQL 8.0 has included a ton of both. This discussion covers new features in MySQL 8.0 for the developer and the DBA. We’ll cover light analytics including window functions and common table expressions (CTEs). We’ll also talk about new features such as invisible indexes (did we really even need that index anyway?) and real user roles to simplify setting up security. Additionally, this presentation spotlights other compelling reasons to upgrade such as performance enhancements as well as easy-to-set persistent runtime variables and more.

Remediating the Most Common Application & Database Bottlenecks & Vulnerabilities
Timothy Mooney, Oracle
Microservices are popular: they are extremely focused and target a single action. You get the benefits: not tied to physical location, fewer deployment issues, faster development, language of choice, REST APIs, efficient data management, etc. But how do you minimize the downside? For example, achieving high performance and availability is not easy, latencies add up and security is paramount. In this session, we will show you how to maximize service levels and prevent threats and data loss from the most common bottlenecks and vulnerabilities by using ML. With ML, you can monitor performance, trace applications across multiple tiers, understand utilization of resources, troubleshoot problems rapidly and monitor for security threats. Specifically for DBAs we’ll cover advancing roles of the DBA, and troubleshooting using log analytics with machine learning including how to get started in 60 minutes.

Hands-on Lab: Autonomous Performance and Security for Hybrid Clouds with Oracle Management Cloud
Vijay Tatkar, Oracle
Today’s IT applications and systems are inherently complex. Solving an application issue in production can be a daunting task. In addition, unified security monitoring and auditing is critical to detecting modern threats that are rapidly evolving to exploit the growing visibility gaps. Come to this hands-on lab to see how Oracle Management Cloud’s unified platform leverages machine learning and advanced analytics to rapidly identify the root cause of application issues, detects advanced threats and ensures secure configurations in hybrid cloud environments.  Specifically for DBAs we’ll cover advancing roles of the DBA, and troubleshooting using log analytics with machine learning including how to get started in 60 minutes.

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