2012 CONFERENCE PROGRAM - PERTH

The Conference Session Program of the AUSOUG Perth Conference will be held over two days commencing on 29 October and concluding on 30 October 2012.  This year we are pleased to announce that a special one day workshop, A Day of Real World Performance, will be held on 31 October featuring Tom Kyte, Andrew Holdsworth & Graham Wood.  Full details follow.

Each day consists of a number of Keynote sessions, plus streamed concurrent sessions including Database/Technology, eBusiness Suite/Fusion Apps, and Development/Fusion Middleware.

A networking session (the Welcome Reception) will be held at the conclusion of the first day and a trade exhibition will be held from 8.00am to 5.00pm on 29 and 30 October. All catering will take place in this area.

Keynote / Invited Speakers

Monday 29 October 2012
Special Guest Speaker: Bernadette Benson - Ultra Marathon Runner: On the discipline it takes to stay focused
eBiz Address: Dr Patricia Dues - City of Las Vegas: Business Intelligence Case Study in Public Sector
John Hansen & Mike Counsel - Oracle Corporation: The Future of the IT Department and the changing direction of Technology usage and deployment in the world of Cloud and XaaS
DB Keynote Address: Quest Software Speaker TBA

Tuesday 30 October 2012
eBiz Address: Dr Patricia Dues - City of Las Vegas: Using MyOracleSupport Upgrade Advisor to Curb EBS R12 Upgrade Costs
DB Address: Paul Guerin - HP: The performance paradigm shift of BINARY data-types
eBiz/FA Address: John Hansen - Oracle Corporation: Oracle Apps & FUSION Strategy, Roadmap and Strategic Recommendations
eBiz/FA Address: John Hansen - Oracle Corporation: Upgrade, Optimize and Extend Oracle Applications - Path to Oracle Fusion
DB Address: Tom Kyte - Oracle Corporation: What I learned at OOW 2012
DB Address: Tom Kyte - Oracle Corporation: What's new in Oracle database Application Development
DB Address: Graham Wood - Oracle Corporation: Active Session History (ASH)

Daily Session Program

Click on Conference Session program to download the most current session program. In the next few days you will be able to download a profile from each speaker providing you with the session abstract and title, the speaker bio and any pre-requisites for attending. That way you can develop your own program of sessions you want to attend. Just click onto the session titles below.

Database Administration/Technology

Monday 29 October 2012
Melanie Caffrey - Oracle Corporation:Edition-based Redefinition: Testing Application Upgrades
Fahd Mirza Chughtai - Pythian: Demystifying Working of DBRM with IORM in Exadata
Connor McDonald - independent: Partitioning 101
Martin Power - LogicalTech:The challenges of making Oracle VM version 3.0.3 and opatch 11.2.0.3 work or was this just in a day's work?
Dennis Remmer - LogicalTech: Essential Tips to Accelerate WebCenter Portal ROI
Peter Sharman - Oracle Corporation: Management in the Cloud
Gavin Soorma - onCallDBA: Upgrade with confidence - 11g Optimizer Plan Stability
Arjen Visser - Dbvisit Software Limited: Understanding the 3 Oracle logical replication concepts
David Wilkes - Western Power: Oracle SQL & PL/SQL Beginner FAQ

Tuesday 30 October 2012
Melanie Caffrey - Oracle Corporation: Flashback Data Archive: Simplified Audits
Fahd Mirza Chughtai - Pythian: Large-scale Consolidation with Oracle Database
Gabriel Ilarda - Aurora Consulting: Data Modeler v3.1. Can We Finally Replace Designer?
Eve Kleiman, Vicky Falconer - Oracle Corporation: Oracle's Big Data Platform : Settling the Debate
Connor McDonald - independent: SQL tuning 101
Connor McDonald - independent: Analytic functions in SQL
Yury Velikanov - Pythian: Sharing experience implementing Direct NFS

Development/Fusion Middleware

Monday 29 October 2012
Ben Bor - SMS: Big Data - what you need to know
Matthew Carrigy - Dept Finance, Penny Cookson - Sage Computing Services: The times, they are a-changin' (An Oracle Forms to JDeveloper ADF Case Study)
Penny Cookson & Chris Noonan - Sage Computing Services: Impress your bosses with JDeveloper ADF dashboards on their ipads
Jeffrey Kemp - independent: Alexandria - A Guided Tour
Tim Middleton - Oracle Corporation: Next Generation Coherence Deployment in WebLogic Server 12
Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation: Speed-Dating Oracle JDeveloper 12c and Oracle ADF New Features
Kevin Payne & Andi Saputra - JWH Group: Mobile Application Development

Tuesday 30 October 2012
Ben Bor - SMS: Social Networking and BI
Jeffrey Kemp - independent: Top 20 Gotchas with Old Database Versions
Mark Lancaster - Thiess: Bootstrapping APEX for Desktops, Tablets and Mobile Devices
Chris Muir - Oracle Corporation: Develop Mobile Apps for Smart Devices: Converging Web and Native Applications
Scott Wesley - Sage Computing Services: A foray into APEX mobile

eBusiness Suite/Fusion Apps

Monday 29 October 2012
Chris Downie - Oracle Corporation: E- Business Suite Applications Strategy and General manager update
Chris Downie - Oracle Corporation: Planning your Oracle E-Business Suite Upgrade from 11i to R12.1 and Beyond
Wilhelm Hamman - Excel4Apps and Sue Della - Yancoal: Customer Case Study (Premier Coal) - Work Smarter, Not Harder - Oracle Financial Reporting Leveraging the Ease of Excel
Howard Ong - Aurora Consulting: Business Intelligence: Where have we been? Where are we now? Where are we going?
Stuart Smith - Santos: Lessons learned from Santos R12 upgrade project
Uma Pachipala - Lansen: Power of Approval Management Engine
Simon Sztajer - LogicalTech: The University of Oxford's R12 Reporting Solution for EBS

Tuesday 30 October 2012
Stephen Alleyn - Oakton: Oakton solution to Procurement Variations and Supplier Admin Documents
Eric Bauman - Panaya, Angela Hamilton - MSS: Honey, I Shrunk the R12 Upgrade
Glenn Galang - Orkestrate: SOA Agility for Business Transformation
Valery Hickey - Managed System Services: Cloning Oracle E-Business Suite using Oracle technology.
Andrew Howard - Allianz Global Assistance: Case Study: Oracle Spatial - Roadside Assistance and Business Intelligence
Peter Shaman - Oracle Corporation: Making the most out of your testing - how to ensure higher quality for your Oracle applications

A Day of Real World Performance

This year we are pleased to announce that a special one day workshop will be held on 31 October in the Karri Room of the Parmelia Hilton Hotel. Featuring Tom Kyte, Andrew Holdsworth and Graham Wood. A Day of Real World Performance will be eight hours of performance engineering, brought right to your door in association with AUSOUG. This will only happen once and will follow directly after the Perth conference. Please note that this is an optional workshop and additional fees will be charged.

Real World Performance Workshop

Date: Wednesday 31 October 2012
Time: 8.00am - 5.00pm
Venue: Karri Room, Parmelia Hilton Perth Hotel
Fee to attend if you registered as a full delegate for the Perth Conference: $250.00
Fee to attend if you did not attend the conference: $750.00
Click here to download all the information on the Real World Performance Day.

Sys Admin Day - Oracle Linux Lab

OTN SysAdmin Training for Oracle Linux - This half day lab is for Oracle Linux users in WA. Being held on 30 October (as a part of the Oracle with 20:20 Foresight Perth Conference) but being a separate component that will attract an additional fee if you have not registered to attend the conference. Non Members are welcome to attend. Please note that this is an optional workshop and additional fees will be charged if you have not registered to attend the conference or a not a member of AUSOUG. You will be required to complete a separate registration form. Click here to register for the Oracle Linux Lab.

OTN Sys Admin Training gives System Administrators hands on experience with Oracle Linux. These are live classroom events and you'll need to bring your own laptop to follow the practical exercises that we will go through in a VirtualBox environment.

When and Where

Date: Tuesday 30 October 2012
Time: 1.45pm - 4.30pm
Venue: Fremantle Room, Parmelia Hilton Perth Hotel
Fee to attend if you registered as a full delegate for the Perth Conference: $0.00
Fee to attend if you are a member and did not attend the conference: $50.00
Fee to attend if you are not a member and did not attend the conference: $250.00
Click here to download all the information on the Sys Admin Day - Oracle Linux Lab.

Social Program

WELCOME RECEPTION

Relax, network and catch up with friends and your peers. The Welcome Reception will be held in the exhibition area at the end of the first day.

Guests will receive canapés and drinks, including wine, beer and softdrinks; plus entertainment.

Monday 29 October 2012
Parmelia Hilton Perth Hotel
Argyle Ballroom (with Trade Exhibition)
5.00pm – 6.30pm
Hosted by AUSOUG and OAUG

The Welcome Reception is an entitlement for those delegates who registered for the full conference only. All other delegates and guests are required to pay $50.00 if they wish to attend.

Disclaimer

The Conference Organisers reserve the right to change speakers, events and/or session times, dates, prices and other details as deemed necessary.