Unable to make it to Kscope15? We've got a little taste of Kscope for you at the comfort of you home or office. We are Livestreaming four sessions, one per day per track. Viewers at home will be able to watch the session as it happens live and can submit questions for the Q & A portion of the session if time allows.
Check out our schedule below:
Monday, 8:30 AM EDT
Presenter: Thomas Kyte
This session will look at a large set of set-based ideas underpinning the SQL language. We'll look at many things you might not have known about Oracle SQL - going back to fundamentals such as read consistency but looking at advanced SQL operations, including analytics, modeling, pattern matching, table functions, and much more.
Tuesday, 12:45 PM EDT
Panelists: Holger Friedrich, Kevin McGinley, Michael Rainey, Christian Screen, and Tim Vlamis
Oracle ACE Directors , Oracle ACEs , and ACE Associates are designated by Oracle Corporation as Oracle community enthusiasts and advocates. During lunch on Tuesday, join us for the Business Intelligence panel led by Oracle ACE Directors and ACEs. Bring your questions; these are the people who have the answers!
Wednesday, 1:45 PM EDT
Presenter: David Peake
Sure the Page Designer is sexy and the Universal Theme with ThemeRoller totally rocks. This session will cover some of the hidden gems in Application Express 5.0, such as linking supporting objects to database objects, defining data redaction policies within the SQL Workshop, and rejoining sessions to take care of the age-old problem of multiple browser tabs to the same Application Express instance. Who else is going to tell you about these features? Nobody.
Thursday, 9:00 AM EDT
Presenters: Chris Barbieri and Mats Ostberg
Are you about to design your first Hyperion Financial Management application, add a new dimension, restructure your existing application, or perform a complete redesign? Learn about findings from 14 years of working with HFM applications:
- Application menagerie: What are other companies doing with HFM?
- How are companies leveraging the custom dimensions?
- The effect of application design on performance
- Common metadata settings
- HFM design myths: busted/plausible/confirmed
- "I'll just do that in the report": leveraging application design for better reporting and lower maintenance
- Application profile tips
- Co-design concepts for HFM with Essbase or Planning
- When to use EPMA or Calc Manager?
- Metadata member names and descriptions
- The application design process
Whether you've had HFM for a decade or are considering an implementation, we hope to inspire the creative accountant in you to find new and useful ways to leverage HFM's technology for reporting and analysis.