Oracle Consultant UK

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Whether you are an existing player or a new bee, Oracle has an array of solutions to almost every predicament. Our functions and responsibilities are much diversified in order to look after every single aspect of our client. We have a worldwide network of consultants that are committed to provide you the best possible services. We at Oracle make sure that:

  • The strategies and goals of your firm are defined to an extent that it matches the profile of your company and bear on all the policies and programmes of the same.
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  • Cheer up for managing your systems isn’t a hefty task anymore.
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Moreover, since our service stretch far and wide around the world, therefore our global engagements enable us to gain best practices. A business is not only considered based on its pricing or merely sales. The service providers have to make sure that it creates an everlasting impression in the minds of the consumers. Oracle consultant UK is one stop that offers comprehensive set of solutions to its clients for we believe that our motto and goal is to provide the best.

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E-Business Suite Technology-Related Sessions at OpenWorld 2011

OpenWorld is fast approaching. It’s going to be a very busy conference for us. We have 25 sessions, three Hands-On Labs, two Meet the Experts round-table discussions, and five demoground booths planned just for E-Business Suite Applications Technology Group content.

We’d love to meet you at the conference — please drop by any of our following sessions to hear the latest news and connect with senior Applications Technology Group (ATG) development staff:

Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Vision, Roadmap & Customer Successes
Lisa Parekh, Vice President, Applications Technology Group
Session 17248 — will be presented

This Oracle development session will provide a comprehensive overview of Oracle’s product strategy for Oracle E-Business Suite technology, the capabilities and associated business benefits of recent releases, as well as a review of capabilities on the product roadmap. This is the cornerstone session for the Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack. Come hear about the latest new usability enhancements to the user interface, systems administration and configuration management tools, security-related updates, and tools and options for extending, customizing, and integrating the Oracle E-Business Suite with other applications.

Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Certification Primer and Roadmap
Prasad Akkiraju, Group Manager & Steven Chan, Senior Director
Session 17249 — will also be presented in abbreviated form during the EBS Technology Stack Special Interest Group session on Sunday

Is your Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack up-to-date? Are you taking advantage of all of the latest options and capabilities? This Oracle development session summarizes the latest certifications and roadmap for the Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack, including database releases & options, Java, Forms, OC4J, desktop operating systems, browsers, JRE releases, Office and OpenOffice, development and web authoring tools, user authentication and management, business intelligence, Application Management Pack, Application Change Management Pack, security options, clouds, Oracle VM, and virtualization. This session will also cover the most-commonly asked questions about techstack component support dates and upgrade implications.

Coexistence of Oracle E-Business Suite and Fusion Applications: Technical Dive
Nadia Bendjedou, Senior Director
Session 16541

Join us at this session if you are wondering which tools to customize & extend your Oracle E-Business Suite functionality (OAF, Forms, ADF, WebCentre etc…). Or which tools to integrate your data and your processes. Or what tools to secure, protect and manage your Oracle E-Business Suite etc… Or simply if you are looking for a technical roadmap for your Oracle E-Business Suite infrastructure to CO-EXIST with the rest of your enterprise applications including Oracle Fusion Applications when ready for it.

Oracle E-Business Suite Directions: Deployment and System Administration
Max Arderius, Manager & Ivo Dujmovic, Director
Session 17243

What’s coming in the next major version of Oracle E-Business Suite 12? This Oracle Development session will cover the latest technology stack, including the use of Oracle Web Logic Server (Fusion Middleware 11g) and Oracle Database 11.2. Topics will include an architectural overview of the latest updates, installation and upgrade options, new configuration options, and new tools for hot cloning and automated “lights-out” cloning. Come learn about how Online Patching (based upon the 11gR2 Edition-Based Redefinition database feature) will reduce your database patching downtimes to the time it takes to bounce your database server.

Oracle E-Business Suite Directions: Slashing Downtimes with Online Patching
Kevin Hudson, Senior Director
Session 17255

Oracle E-Business Suite will soon include Online Patching (based upon the 11gR2 Edition-Based Redefinition database feature) which will reduce your database patching downtimes to the time it takes to bounce your database server. This Oracle Development session will discuss how Online Patching works in detail, with special attention to what’s happening at a database object level when database patches are applied to an E-Business Suite environment that’s still running. Come learn about the operational and system management implications for minimizing maintenance downtimes when applying database patches using this new technology, and the related impact on customizations that you might have built on top of Oracle E-Business Suite.

Minimizing Oracle E-Business Suite Maintenance Downtimes
Ivo Dujmovic, Director & Kevin Hudson, Senior Director
Session 17240

This Oracle Development session features a survey of the best techniques that sysadmins can use to minimize patching downtimes. This session starts with an architectural level review of E-Business Suite fundamentals then moves to a practical view of the different tools and approaches for downtimes. Topics will include patching shortcuts, merging patches, distributing worker processes across multiple servers, running ADPatch in non-interactive mode, staged APPL_TOPs, shared file systems, deferring system-wide database tasks, avoiding resource bottlenecks, and more. As an added bonus: come hear about the upcoming EBS 12 Online Patching capabilities based on the groundbreaking 11gR2 Edition-Based Redefinition database feature.

Latest Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 User Interface and Usability Enhancements
Padmaprabodh Ambale, Group Manager & Gustavo Jimenez, Senior Development Manager
Session 17251

This Oracle Development session offers a detailed review of the latest user interface (UI) enhancements to OA Framework in Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. Developers will get a detailed look at new features designed to enhance usability, offer more capabilities for personalization and extensions, and support the development and use of dashboards and web services. Topics will include new rich UI capabilities such as new Home Page features, Navigator & Favorites pull-down menus, REST interface, embedded widgets for analytics content, ADF task flows, and third-party widgets, look-ahead List of Values, inline attachments, popups, personalization and extensibility enhancements, business layer extensions, ADF integration, mobile devices, and more.

Planning Your Oracle E-Business Suite Upgrade from Release 11i to 12.1 and Beyond
Anne Carlson, Senior Director
Session 12281 — will be presented twice

Attend this session to hear the latest Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1 upgrade planning tips gleaned from customers who have already performed the upgrade. You’ll get specific, cross-product advice on how to decide your project’s scope, understand the factors that affect your project’s duration, develop a robust testing strategy, leverage Oracle Support resources, and more. In a nutshell, this session tells you things you need to know before embarking upon your Release 12.1 upgrade project.

Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 Upgrade Best Practices – Technical Insight
Lester Gutierrez, Senior Architect & Udayan Parvate, Director
Session 18661

This session is ideal for organizations that are thinking about upgrading to Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1. It covers the fundamentals of upgrading to Release 12.1 including the technology stack components and supported upgrade paths. Hear from Oracle Development about of the set of best practices for patching in general and executing the Release 12.1 technical upgrade, with special considerations to minimize your downtime. Learn about tips on monitoring the upgrade and about managing runtime performance and testing after your upgrade.

Upgrading Your Customizations to Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1
Sara Woodhull, Principal Product Manager
Session 17250 — this session was standing-room only last year; preregistration is essential

Have you personalized Oracle Forms or OA Framework screens in the Oracle E-Business Suite? Have you used mod_plsql in Release 11i? Have you extended or customized your Release 11i environment using other tools? The technical options for upgrading these customizations as part of your Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 upgrade can be bewildering. Come to this Oracle Development session to learn about selecting the best upgrade approach for your existing customizations. In addition, this session will help you understand customization scenarios, use cases, tools, and technologies for ensuring that your Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 environment fits your users’ needs closely and that any future customizations will be easy to upgrade.

Best Practices for Oracle E-Business Suite Performance Tuning
Deepak Bhatnagar, Senior Manager & Lester Gutierrez, Senior Architect
Session 17244 — This is Part 1 of 2 related sessions

Need to squeeze more performance out of your existing servers? This packed Oracle Development session summarizes practical tips and lessons learned from performance-tuning and benchmarking the world’s largest E-Business Suite environments. Apps sysadmins will learn concrete tips and techniques for identifying and resolving performance bottlenecks on all layers, with special attention to application and database tier servers. Learn about tuning Forms, Concurrent Manager, Apache, and Discoverer. Track down memory leaks and other issues at the Java and JVM layers. This session will also cover E-Business Suite product level-tuning including Oracle Workflow, Order Management, Payroll, and other modules.

Advanced Performance Tips for Oracle E-Business Suite: RAC, Advanced Compression
Deepak Bhatnagar, Senior Manager & Lester Gutierrez, Senior Architect
Session 17245 — This is Part 2 of 2 related sessions

This Oracle Development session complements the Performance Tuning Best Practices session, with a special focusses on advanced tuning topics for Oracle E-Business Suite database servers, including Real Application Clusters, Advanced Compression, database partitioning, and other options. Get the inside track on optimal init.ora database parameter settings, including configurations for very large and high-performance E-Business Suite databases.

Securing Sensitive Data in Oracle E-Business Suite
Robert Armstrong, Product Strategy Security Architect & Eric Bing, Senior Director
Session 17246

Learn how Oracle tools and technologies can be used as part of a comprehensive enterprise security solution to protect your sensitive data. In this Oracle Development session for system administrators and security professionals, we’ll be building on previous OpenWorld talks to focus on how to build in Separation of Duties for system administrators, identifying sensitive Oracle E-Business Suite pages and who has access to them, and the use of masking and auditing in protecting this data.

Oracle E-Business Suite Secure Configuration
Eric Bing, Senior Director & Erik Graversen, Senior Principal Software Engineer
Session 17256

The Oracle E-Business Suite Security group has published a revised Secure Configuration Guide for Release 11i and 12. This Oracle Development session will cover the latest recommendations and guidance for securing your network and operating systems, securing your Oracle E-Business Suite instance within your intranet, securing your instance for exposure to the Internet, and configuring your environment for Separation of Duties at the system administrator level.

Advanced E-Business Suite Architectures: Maximum Availability, Security and more
Elke Phelps, Senior Principal Product Manager & Sriram Veeraraghavan, Senior Principal Software Engineer
Session 17258

This Oracle Development session profiles options for reducing your Oracle E-Business Suite environments’ Total Cost of Ownership using the latest new architectures and systems administration and configuration tools. This session is intended to help architects and sysadmins understand the latest advanced architectural options, including the use of Oracle database high-availability features and functions such as Real Application Clusters, ASM, and Active Data Guard, along with clouds, virtualization, Oracle VM, high-availability and load-balancing architectures, WebLogic Server, and more. This session will also cover the latest updates to systems management tools like AutoConfig, and may also include sneak previews of upcoming functionality.

Virtualization and Cloud Deployment Options for Oracle E-Business Suite
Ivo Dujmovic, Director
Session 17241

Struggling with the overhead of building testbed environments? Running out of disk space? This session from Oracle Development will highlight options for using prebuilt R12 application tier and database tier Oracle VM templates to create new environments quickly and easily. Topics will include using Oracle VM to offer transparent failover between Oracle E-Business Suite application tier servers, something not possible with non-virtualized physical servers, and tips for wiring together virtualized servers using our Virtualization Kit. This session will also cover elastic utility computing and the EBS roadmap for cloud computing.

Managing Your Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle Enterprise Manager
Srikrishna Bandi, Group Manager & Angelo Rosado, Principal Product Manager
Session 12421

Are you looking for ways to cut down the costs of managing your Oracle E-Business Suite applications from Oracle? Are you interested in learning about the best practices for improving the performance and availability of your Oracle E-Business Suite environment? Wondering how you can diagnose performance problems and monitor the Oracle E-Business Suite environment from a single console, by using Oracle Enterprise Manager? This session covers the methods and tools you can use to gain insights into your end users, troubleshoot performance problems, define service-level objectives, and proactively monitor your end-to-end Oracle E-Business Suite environment to meet your availability and performance targets.

Automating Patching via Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite
Srikrishna Bandi, Group Manager & Angelo Rosado, Principal Product Manager
Session 17242

How do you automate patch installations across multiple servers? Want to package and deploy your customizations? What’s the best way of transferring functional setup options between instances? This Oracle Development session profiles the latest features in the Applications Change Management pack plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g. Learn how to use this plug-in to streamline and automate patch installations between development and production servers, package your own customizations into patches that can be applied by AD Patch, create an automated approval workflow for tracking and auditing environment changes, and extract, package, and deploy functional configuration setups between multiple instances.

Personalize, Customize and Extend Oracle E-Business Suite User Interface
Padmaprabodh Ambale, Group Manager & Gustavo Jimenez, Senior Development Manager
Session 17253

Options for personalizing, extending, and customizing Oracle E-Business Suite abound. Confused about how Forms Personalization, OA Framework Personalizations, mod_plsql, Applications Express(formerly HTMLdb) and other tools can be used to tailor Oracle E-Business Suite to your business requirements? This Oracle development session reviews the different technologies and approaches, considers scenarios and use cases, and provides a decision-making framework for selecting the best technical approach for your customization requirements. This session may also give a sneak preview of some of upcoming customization technologies, such as standalone ADF application integration, ADF pages on OA Framework home pages, session management, and more.

Desktop Integration in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1: Beyond Client ADI
Padmaprabodh Ambale, Group Manager & Gustavo Jimenez, Senior Development Manager
Session 17252

Need to work with Oracle E-Business Suite data in desktop applications or Microsoft Office? Client ADI isn’t available in Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. What do you use now? This Oracle Development session describes the new expanded functionality available in WebADI, Report Manager, and dedicated integrators. You have MORE options for desktop integration now, not less. Topics will include an overview of prepackaged solutions for integrating Oracle E-Business Suite applications with applications such as Microsoft Excel, Word, and Projects. This session will also discuss how you can use the latest Desktop Integration Framework for the Web ADI to create your own integrators quickly and easily.

Extending Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite
Veshaal Singh, Senior Director & Rajesh Ghosh, Group Manager
Session 12382

Oracle Applications Development Framework (Oracle ADF) is a rich UI framework that simplifies development by offering out-of-the-box components and services visually assembled with drag-and-drop tools in Oracle JDeveloper. Oracle ADF-based UIs run on browsers, desktops, and mobile devices such as smartphones and complement Oracle Application Framework’s traditional UI abilities. This session covers how Oracle ADF can be used with Oracle E-Business Suite applications for a rich, dynamic user experience. Oracle SOA Suite offers a platform to integrate Oracle and third-party applications. Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite let you create dynamic Web-based solutions that execute complex business processes on Oracle E-Business Suite applications.

Web Services and SOA Integration Options for Oracle E-Business Suite
Rajesh Ghosh, Group Manager & Abhishek Verma, Manager
Session 17247

This Oracle Development session provides a deep dive into a subset of the Web services and SOA-related integration options available to E-Business Suite system integrators. This developer-oriented session offers a technical look at Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway, Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Application Adapters for Oracle E-Business Suite, and other Web services options for integrating Oracle E-Business Suite with other applications. Systems integrators and developers will get an overview of the latest integration capabilities and technologies available out-of-the-box with Oracle E-Business Suite and possibly a sneak preview of upcoming functionality and features.

Application Integration Strategies for Oracle E-Business Suite
Veshaal Singh, Senior Director
Session 12749

Oracle is investing across Applications and Technologies to make the application integration experience easier for customers. Today Oracle has certified Oracle E-business Suite on Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g and provides a breadth of standardized integration technologies such as ADF, WebCenter Suite, Data Integrator, Golden Gate, SOA Suite and Application Integration Architecture (AIA). These technologies can be used to address various application integration challenges. In this session you will get a better understanding of how you can leverage Oracle’s integration technologies to connect end to end business processes across your enterprise Applications portfolio.

Integrating Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle Identity Management Solutions
Sunil Ghosh, Group Manager & Keith Swartz, Software Architect
Session 17257

Need to integrate the E-Business Suite with Microsoft Windows Kerberos, Active Directory, CA Netegrity SiteMinder, or other third-party authentication systems? Want to understand your options when Premier Support for Oracle Single Sign-On ends in December 2011? This Oracle Development session will discuss the latest certified integrations with Oracle Access Manager 11g and Oracle Internet Directory 11g, which can be used on their own or as bridges for integrating with other third-party authentication solutions. Come get an architectural overview of how WebGate, AccessGate, Oracle Access Manager, and Oracle Internet Directory work together, with implications for Discoverer, Portal, and other Fusion Middleware Identity Management products.

Oracle E-Business Suite Internationalization and Multilingual Features
Maher Al-Nubani, Director
Session 17254

The Oracle E-Business Suite supports more countries, languages, and regions than ever before. Come to this Oracle development session to get an overview of internationalization features and capabilities, and see new Release 12 features such as calendar support for Hijira & Thai, new group separators, lightweight multilingual support (MLS) setup, new character sets such as AL32UTF, newly-supported languages, Mac certifications, iSetup support for moving MLS setups, new file export options for Unicode, new MLS number spelling options, and more.


Remote Database Administration- Requirement of Market

The globalization has taken place, and the outsourcing and IT operation has become ubiquitous. The term outsourcing points a process through which the project can be relocated outside the boundary of the corporate culture. Generally it deals with a third-party merchant.

The databases which provide a suitable storage facilities for the vast array of information help you store, search view and manipulate information based on the business vision, mission and goals. The basic job description of a data base administrator can be monitoring, backup, patching and troubleshooting consistently. The great demand of the uptime and the downtime of the dangers of the database make involve with the database outsourcing and the potential growth of remote database administration has taken place.

The database administrators are dealing with these factors in an improbable strain. DBA is utilizing them in more strategically. The global economy and the business is changing rapidly, and this trend is moving towards the Remote Database Administration to protect burnout, and staff turnover of DBA, besides they concentrate on reduction of the system weakness and increasing the productivity. While considering Oracle database service, it can come to our purview that Oracle is one of the most stylish Relational Database Management Systems, RDBMS. The Oracle is fully platform independent, variable, secured, fast and really dependable for dealing with OLTP, On-line Transaction Processing techniques. It has become a real enterprise solution.

However the Oracle database can be corrupted and all the operation can be stopped. It happens due to different causes including the failure of the storage media or the corruption of the system. Generally the users have to have various corrective methods to overcome this debacle or to recover the Oracle database. If this system does not sustain, the users go for third-party Oracle database recovery software to fix the Oracle database.

The Remote Database Administrators serve remotely. RDBA solves problematic database issues involving with structural scale, programming and security. The monthly service includes remote database support for twenty four hours a day and seven days a week. This service also includes a friction of cost of a full time, the in house resource, the best remote management services and the IT practices. The merits of the RDBA, Remote Data Base Administrator can be the expert database implementation, the reduced capital and ongoing spending, and the return of investment which includes immediate and tangible return.

Databases provide a convenient means of storing vast amounts of information, allowing the information to be sorted, searched, viewed, and manipulated according to the business needs and goals. A substantial amount of time spent by a database administrator is focused on low-level repetitive production tasks such as monitoring, backups, patching, and troubleshooting. The increasing realization of the importance of database up time and hazards of downtime has led to the sharp rise in database outsourcing, and the evolution of remote database administration. Companies outsource their database administration mainly for the following reasons:

  • Protection of business-critical data with the highest level of DBA expertise
  • Return of focus to company’s core competency rather than recruiting and retaining DBA staff
  • 24×7 application support and coverage
  • Considerable cost savings, while benefitting from economies of scale
  • Access to specialized or task-dedicated talent
  • Access to remote managed services are not vulnerable to internal IT turnover
  • Highly structured level of information technology management and support
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