Oracle Open World 2011 September 30, 2011Posted by Duncan in PeopleTools.
Finally, I’m getting to go to Open World! I’ve been trying for a few years now, but this time it’s actually going to happen!
I can’t wait. I’m looking forward to meeting a whole lot of people and trying to soak up as much of the content as I can. Sure, much of my focus will be on PeopleSoft, but I’m itching to see more of Fusion too.
Here’s what I’m looking for:
– I’m hoping to get a couple of goes at Fusion demo pods. I want to see it in action.
– I want to know when it’s going to available outside of the ‘early adopter program’
– I’d like to know what Oracle is doing about the ‘hot areas’ at the moment (NoSQL databases, mobile/tablet accessibility, multi-tenant/full SaaS)
– What the highlights are with Fusion for Partners. I’m thinking extending, hosting etc.
Picking what to attend has been difficult as there’s a lot of great content that conflicts. Here’s my current thinking:
Oracle ACE Dinner
Leave Your Search at Home: PeopleSoft Workcenter Brings Context to You
Approval Workflow Engine Approvals in PeopleSoft Enterprise Release 9.1
Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management: Enterprise-Grade SaaS
Oracle Fusion HCM: Make Smarter Decisions, Take Action, and Prepare for Workf…
PeopleTools Product Roadmap
Extend Your Applications into the Cloud with Oracle Fusion Middleware
Best Practices for Using PeopleSoft Test Framework
PeopleSoft Answers: How to Create a Great PeopleSoft UI
PeopleSoft PeopleTools Tips and Techniques
Upgrading to PeopleSoft Feature Pack Releases
Oracle Fusion Applications: Technology Essentials Overview
PeopleTools Release 8.52: How PeopleSoft’s New Search Features Will Change the World
Customer Success with Oracle On Demand for PeopleSoft Applications
PeopleSoft Success: PeopleSoft Portal Creates Great Self-Service Solutions
Extending PeopleSoft Applications with Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite
PeopleSoft Answers: How to Enable PeopleSoft for Mobile Users
PeopleSoft in the Cloud
Install Release 9.1 of PeopleSoft Human Capital Management in Minutes with Oracle VM
PeopleSoft Success: Using the Related Content Framework to Empower Users
If you see me around please come up and say hello, and I’ll introduce you to the other Succeed guys who are there with me.