Workshops 2013

The 3rd Day

Start planning your extra day in Wellington if you want to attend one of these special training events.

We are organising 3 - yes 3 - ripstonking one-day training sessions. Think of it as going to a full-day intense class ... led by international experts. You don't want to miss it.
The sessions will be held in the Wellington CBD in a Campus style event on Wednesday 20th of March.



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I like it, where do I sign up?

You will be able to book your session as part of your delegate pass, but be quick, there are a limited number of seats for each session.

Register for the full NZOUG 2013 conference here

Register for just one of the below events here



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Developing Mobile Applications Hands-on Lab with Chris Muir

Location: Oracle, Level 10 Todd Building, 93-97 Customhouse Quay

In this hands-on lab, learn how to create an Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) Mobile application that runs on mobile devices as a hybrid application, using an HTML5-based user interface. The session also covers how to access data from SOAP or REST-based web services and integrate with device services such as calendar, contacts and camera through data controls.  You will use Oracle JDeveloper to create this Oracle ADF Mobile application and deploy/test the application on a mobile device simulator.

If you are interested in this hands-on lab, please prepare in advance by following these instructions.



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Mastering Backup & Recovery by Francisco Munoz Alvarez

Location: TelstraClear, Level 1, 160 Lambton Quay

This mastering back and recovery training session starts with the fundamental concepts regarding backup and recovery strategies and then moves onto more intermediate and advanced topics, discussion tips and best practice. The most important rule with respect to data is to never put yourself in an unrecoverable situation. The importance of this guideline cannot be stressed enough, that's why without any doubt, backup and recovery are the most essential skills you need to have to become an OCA, OCP or OCM or a successful DBA.

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APEX for DBAs by Michelle Malcher, Oracle ACE

Location: Fronde Systems, 3 Queens Wharf, Wellington

Managing stable environments is a key goal for any DBA, but also being able to provide a service and data that is valuable to the business even more important. APEX applications are a very quick and easy way to provide data services to the business. They also provide DBAs tools to help manage their environments. With any database development there is thought, planning and design that needs to be put into it to be able to implement solid application. Same applies to APEX and setting up the configurations to support the different workspaces and development. From a DBA perspective this can be a challenge, but worth the effort to have successful development as well as a tool for the DBAs to use. This presentation will look at setting up the environment for the long term of managing the workspaces, schemas and installs. It will look at some best practices for security and upgrades to get to the latest releases. And to fully take advantage, discuss some very practical APEX applications and how they can benefit the database environment and enhance data services.

1. Why should DBAs have APEX apps
2. Planning APEX environment
3. Installing and configuring APEX
4. APEX Listener
5. Patching and upgrades
6. Security – SSO and LDAP
7. Creating APEX apps
8. Migration of apps to production
9. Restful APIs, powerful data service

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About US

The New Zealand Oracle Users Group was founded in 1989. This independent group is for all Oracle users and is a forum to share ideas and interests. We are always open to new ideas about how we can improve the NZOUG so please send through your ideas.
Since the merger of Oracle, Peoplesoft and JDE we have joined forces with the NZ Peoplesoft & JDE users to create a large user group to assist all "Oracle" users in New Zealand to maximise their return on the investment they have made in what is now Oracle Technology.
We look forward to working with all Oracle Users in New Zealand to achieve this goal.