Communities

As part of your UTOUG Membership, you may join one or more Communities (formerly known as "Special Interest Groups" or "SIGs"). Our Communities provide opportunity to meet and network in more focused, Oracle-related subject areas. Each Community holds meetings 3-5 times per year.

To become a member of a Community:
  1. Log into the utoug.org website.
  2. Click your name in the top-right corner, then click "Edit profile."
  3. Scroll down to Group participation, and check the desired Community or Communities.
  4. Select the applicable checkboxes for Interested in Presenting?.
  5. Click Save.

The APEX Community offers developers and anyone else interested in rapid application development the opportunity to network and share information with peers who are using this cool tool from Oracle.

APEX is a browser-based rapid application development tool from Oracle. As the name implies you can build interactive web applications that easily hook into your Oracle database.

Organizers:  Jeff Eberhard
 Glen Plaizier
(apex@utoug.org)

The DBA Community brings together database administrators with varied experience to learn about up-and-coming database administration topics and best practices. The goal of the group is to enhance the Oracle database administration capabilities of it’s members through learning from experts and learning from each other.

Organizer:
 Bryan Dickson (dba@utoug.org)

The UTOUG BI Community's focus is to bring those who are interested and/or involved with business intelligence and data warehousing together to talk about analytical and data warehousing topics and issues. This group succeeds through the help of its members who share their experiences with others.

The BI Community is not OBIEE focused; we are vendor neutral and realize that different products all have advantages and disadvantages.

Organizer:  Justin Ball (bi@utoug.org

Utah OAUG (UTOAUG) is a Community of the Utah Oracle Users Group and a Geographical Interest Group of the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG). It provides a means to attend various local events, network, and exchange ideas with other Oracle Application users.

Organizers:  Corvin Deus
 Mike Swing
(apps@utoug.org)

In the Development Community you will have the opportunity to network with others in your area and increase your knowledge of technologies such as PL/SQL, Java and other development areas, as well as the tools to enable your effectiveness.

This Community is for everyone that needs updated information and a place to understand how other UTOUG members are utilizing this technology. There will be opportunities to share tips and tricks as well as your favorite scripts and code snippets.

Organizers:  Jonathan Kroupa
 Scott Heffron
(development@utoug.org)

The PeopleSoft Community focuses on the PeopleSoft platform, including HR, Finance, and other packages.

Organizer:  Mark Parry (peoplesoft@utoug.org)

The Hyperion/EPM Community focuses on functional and technical aspects of the Hyperion platform, including: Planning, Financial Management (HFM), Essbase, Financial Data Quality Management, and Data Relationship Management.

Organizer:  Andy Jorgensen (hyperion@utoug.org)

The MySQL Community meets to share lessons learned and discuss how to effectively use this wildly popular, small and ultra-fast database. Version 8.0 is chock full of new features and performance enhancements, and we want to talk about all of them.

MySQL powers the most demanding Web, E-commerce, SaaS and Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) applications. It is a fully integrated transaction-safe, ACID compliant database with full commit, rollback, crash recovery and row level locking capabilities. MySQL delivers the ease of use, scalability, and performance to power Facebook, Google, Twitter, Uber, and many other modern, web-scale web sites.

Organizer:  TBD (mysql@utoug.org)
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