OUGN 2020 - CANCELED
UPDATE September 10th:
Sorry to all, but OUGN 2020 is canceled.
Detailed information to attendees, speakers and partners will be sent out soon.
Thanks for understanding.
the OUGN Board
OUGN’s spring conference, the largest Oracle conference in the Nordics, have attendees and speakers from all over the world. Due to the latest news regarding the Corona virus, several other conferences have been postponed or canceled, and we have seen an increase in questions from companies attending OUGN2020. We have monitored the situation closely and see that more and more companies introduce travel restrictions. The uncertainty about the virus and how much it can spread is still high. We are because of this sorry to say that we will be postponing the OUGN2020 conference until 21-23. October 2020.
For those of you who already have a ticket for the conference 19-21. March your ticket will be valid for the conference in October. If you, by any chance, need a refund, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make sure a refund is issued.
More information will follow here on 2020.ougn.no
If you are a speaker, there will be special information about how to act according to your sessions by the end of next week, latest by Friday March 13.
Thanks for understanding
the OUGN Board
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World Class Sessions
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|Analytics||Andy Rivenes||Database In-Memory – Fast Analytics In Real Time|
|Analytics||Bjørn Brox||Min reise fra systemutvikler (ERP) til å bli datavarehusutvikler|
|Analytics||Dr. M. Naci Akkok||Extreme Digital Twins: Modeling and Simulating a Whole Smart City|
|Analytics||Erik van Roon||Introduction to pattern matching (match_recognize). Finding patterns in your data|
|Analytics||Francesco Tisiot||Upgrade to Oracle Analytics Server: Why and How?|
|Analytics||Gustav Nordgren / Kåre Søyland||Er Data Mesh redningen?|
|Analytics||Jan Erik Gausdal||Automation and AI with Eye-share|
|Analytics||Jasmin Fluri||Automated Delivery in the Data Warehouse|
|Analytics||Kamran Aghayev||Move your Data Warehouse to Oracle Big Data Cloud Service|
|Analytics||Renée Wikestad||Maskinlæring i Oracle databasen og Oracle Analytics.|
|Analytics||Sandesh Rao||The Machine Learning behind the Autonomous Database|
|Analytics||Sandesh Rao||Introduction to Machine Learning using the Oracle Autonomous Database|
|Business & Strategy||Anne Thingstad Eriksen||En kundereise - Digitalisering av frivillig arbeid|
|Business & Strategy||Bjarte Drivenes||Oracle Cloud Platform for Applications|
|Business & Strategy||Francesco Tisiot||How to Define an Analytics Strategy|
|Business & Strategy||Henning Maagerud||Russerne kommer!|
|Business & Strategy||Inge Os||Cloud Security Best Practices, time to close the windows|
|Business & Strategy||Julian Dontcheff||What is new in the relational database world|
|Business & Strategy||Kiran Tailor||Modernize and Migrate to Oracle, Enabling Strategic Business Transformation|
|Business & Strategy||Kiran Tailor||Migrating From SQL Server to Oracle|
|Business & Strategy||Oddne Rasmussen||Hva må vi tenke på i og rundt databasen for å sikre dataene våre?|
|Business Applications||Debra Lilley||Chatbots, HCM and the Oracle Digital Assistant|
|Business Applications||Debra Lilley||What I have learnt from SaaS Customers|
|Business Applications||Debra Lilley||Applications Cloud Panel|
|Business Applications||Francis Mignault||Oracle Application Express administration for the EBS DBA|
|Business Applications||Ruben Rodriguez / David Perez / Samuel Campos||Implementing Oracle Content & Experience in a multinational manufacturer|
|Database||Andy Rivenes||Database In-Memory: Tips and Tricks For Best Performance|
|Database||Andy Rivenes||Oracle Database In-Memory By Example|
|Database||Espen Brækken||MySQL: THE Open Source companion to the Oracle Database|
|Database||Espen Brækken||Connection Manager to the rescue: mix and match SQL*NET configurations|
|Database||Fernando Simon||Understanding ZDLRA|
|Database||Fernando Simon||ZDLRA and MAA, Protecting Everything|
|Database||Francis Mignault||What every DBAs needs to know about Oracle Application Express|
|Database||Gavin Parish||Persistent Memory: Revolutionising the Modern Database|
|Database||Gavin Parish||Next Generation Exadata|
|Database||Kamran Aghayev||From DBA to Data Engineer - How to survive a career transition?|
|Database||Lasse Jenssen||How do you - the DBA - assist your developers?|
|Database||Mani Mohan Raj Selvaraj||Internals of Oracle Dataguard "Real Time Apply" & 19c Dataguard DML Redirect..|
|Database||Mani Mohan Raj Selvaraj||Say NO to Index - Demo on Oracle 19c Automatic Indexes|
|Database||Nassyam Basha / Firdous Bhat||Data Guard is the BEST DR solution, why, and what’s new with 18c and 19c|
|Database||Patrick Barel||A Gentle Introduction to Polymorphic Table Functions|
|Database||Patrick Barel||A Collection's a Collection, no matter how small|
|Database||Pieter Van Puymbroeck||Oracle RAC features on Exadata/ODA including on-prem and Oracle Cloud|
|Database||Pieter Van Puymbroeck||Upgrade Tips and tricks including Oracle GI and Oracle RAC|
|Database||Rene Antunez||Upgrading an Exadata to 18c : All our ins and outs of Upgrading the HW and SW|
|Database||Ricardo Gonzalez||Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer - The Last Challenge, Migrating your Database|
|Database||Ricardo Gonzalez||Zero Downtime Migration to the Oracle Cloud|
|Database||Roger MacNicol||So, my query plan says "Table Access Full" - what happens next? Back to talks|
|Database||Sai Janakiram||Harness the power of Oracle Autonomous Database|
|Database||Sandesh Rao||Introducing new AIOps Innovations in Oracle 19c Autonomous Health Framework|
|Database||Steen Schmidt||Linux Virtualization, The new Oracle Linux VM, opensource KVM based Hypervisor|
|Database||Steen Schmidt||Advanced Linux: kernel patching and debugging with KSplice and dtrace|
|Database||Timo Giese||Grid Infrastructure and ASM not only for RAC|
|Database||Timo Giese||Ansible and Exadata - a perfect symbiosis?|
|Database||Trond Brenna||What’s the future of Enterprise Manager?|
|Development||Adam Kierzkowski||Fancy charts and dashboards - customizing Oracle Jet in APEX|
|Development||Bastiaan van Os||Get started with Oracle Low Code|
|Development||Bjarte Brandt||Workshop: Get Hands On Microservices on Kubernetes and Autonomous Database|
|Development||Bjarte Brandt||Elasticsearch 101|
|Development||Dalibor Blazevic||Asynchronous transaction processing-connecting two worlds: streaming and relational database|
|Development||Dr. M. Naci Akkok||Like Science Fiction: High Performance Computing Success Stories|
|Development||Frode Pedersen||Digitale tvillinger på Oracle Cloud Always-Free|
|Development||Helene Brinchmann Halvorsen||Test driven development and automated builds in the database context|
|Development||Inge Os||Ultrathin Java microservices with GraalVM|
|Development||Kai Donato||Next Level Testing: Authentic testdata for successful testing!|
|Development||Lasse Jenssen||Git, Maven, FlywayDB and Logger for DBAs and PLSQL developers|
|Development||Lech Cieślik||Oracle APEX. Let’s integrate!|
|Development||Robert van Mölken / Sanae Bekkar||What factors make a Blockchain solution successful, and which make it fail|
|Development||Robert van Mölken||Ten reasons to choose Apache Pulsar over Apache Kafka for Event Sourcing (CQRS)|
|Development||Ruben Rodriguez / David Perez / Samuel Campos||Chatbots Best Practices and Design Patterns|
|Development||Ruben Rodriguez / David Perez / Samuel Campos||Oracle Digital Assistants: No Slides, Just Code!|
|Development||Sai Janakiram||Accelerate Your Application Development using Oracle Developer Cloud Service|
|Development||Vidar Eidissen / Kjetil Strønen||An architecture blueprint of a modern database centric application|
|Development||Vidar Eidissen||TDD in the Oracle database - how I do it|
|Development||Vinay Kumar||Modernizing the monolithic architecture to container-based architecture|
|Development||Vinay Kumar||Learn Kafka and event-driven architecture|
|Multicloud||Audun Hoff||Oracle sky på norsk jord|
|Multicloud||Avi Huber||Transitioning to the Cloud: Don’t Forget the Management!|
|Multicloud||Espen Brækken||Multicloud: Connecting the Oracle Cloud with Azure and AWS|
|Multicloud||Firdous Ahmed Bhat||Oracle database the Amazon RDS way|
|Multicloud||Job Oprel||Oracle Enterprise Manager - Cloud Control at last?|
|Multicloud||Johan Almqvist||Managing OCI with Ansible|
|Multicloud||Julian Dontcheff / Martin Paynter||Comparing Oracle Database Performance in the Cloud|
|Multicloud||Nassyam Basha||Migration of Infra to OCI Gen 2 – DBA Version: Few challenges you may encounter|
|Multicloud||Rene Antunez||My first 100 days with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
CONFERENCE POSTPONED TO OCTOBER 21st - 23rd DUE TO CORONA VIRUS
Last update: March 12th 2020
CONFERENCE POSTPONED TO OCTOBER
Mail sent to speakers March 12th 2020
Dear speaker at OUGN2020
As you hopefully already know, we are postponing OUGN2020 until October 2020.
The new dates will be Wednesday Oct 21st till Friday Oct 23rd.
We really hope you can make it in October, as your presentation helps keep our program awesome.
Call for actions:
If you still want to help us making OUGN2020 a unique conference, you only need to reschedule flights and cancel hotel in Oslo, if booked. In August we will reach out to you again for the final confirmation.
Notice that we are sailing from Wednesday morning until Friday morning this time! Speakers dinner will be Tuesday 20th of Oct at the Asia Restaurant in Aker Brygge.
If you by any chance cannot make it, let us know by sending an email to email@example.com
Since this is an extraordinary situation, we will of course make a refund of the ticket for the conference if needed. On the other hand, we really hope you will join us in October.
For refund, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject ‘OUGN2020 conference Oslo-Kiel refund’ before April 1st.
We will keep the speaker information up to date on this page https://2020.ougn.no/#speakers
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If you haven't already, please set your status on Attendance, Speaker's Dinner and Fast Track. Se explanations below if unclear.
WHAT TIME WILL I SPEAK?
Full schedule published on https://guidebook.com/g/ougn20
Due to the postponed conference Guidebook will be relaunched later.
Tuesday October 20th, 06:00 PM
ASIA Aker Brygge
Stranden 1, 0250 Oslo
Free dinner - all speakers are invited!
Please confirm your attendance in our c4p app. https://c4p.ougn.no
"FAST TRACK" OPTION
In our c4p app https://c4p.ougn.no you have the option Fast Track. This applies to when we arrive back to Oslo on Saturday. If you are in a hurry, check this option and we will include you in our Fast Track service to get you off the boat, the fastest possible way! Return to the port of Oslo Saturday morning 21st at 10:00 AM. You should expect a travel time of at least one hour from the port to the airport. The actual amount of time varies based on changes in traffic, weather and other travel conditions.
The fastest and reasonably priced way to get from the airport to the city is the airport express train Flytoget, taxi is 5x more expensive.
The station nearest to the Speaker's Dinner and the ship is called NATIONALTHEATRET, the station after the central station OSLO S. Note: Half of the trains have OSLO S central station as ending station. If you have to step off on OSLO S you could just wait for the next train or take a taxi just outside the central station.
More info and alternatives:
Transport to/from Oslo Airport Gardermoen - www.visitoslo.com
THE JOURNEY - TIME TABLE
Wednesday October 21st
09:00-10:45 AM - Check-In
10:30 AM - Boarding
11:00 AM - Conference starts on board
02:00 PM - Departure Oslo
Thursday October 22nd
10:00 AM - Arrival Kiel
02:00 PM - Departure Kiel
Friday October 23rd
10:00 AM - Arrival back in Oslo