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Workshops and Hands-on Labs at Quest Forum Digital Event

Build familiarity with an Oracle product and get hands on practical experience and training with one of the Quest-exclusive Hands-on Labs and Workshops.


Workshops can be added during registration. Already registered? Visit the myConference tool to add a workshop to your registration.

Workshop Schedule
All workshops and hands-on labs will occur on June 12, 2020 as part of the Quest Forum Digital Event

For all products

Getting Hands On with Creating Your Own ChatBot and Digital Assistant
11:00 am – 12:00 pm | Session ID 108950

As chatbots have evolved in enterprise use, so has the emergence of digital assistants that are multiskilled, proactive, AI-driven, and engaging. In this hands-on lab, you will get your hands dirty by creating skills and digital assistants rapidly and efficiently, with minimum coding. You will train your skills with user intents and entities and will design conversations, using the new conversation designer. You will then create your own digital assistant and add existing skills to enrich its functionality. Finally you will publish the digital assistant to a messaging application. All in under two hours!
Presented by:
Joe Huang, Oracle

 

Cost: $25
Capacity: 50
For all products

Digital Assistant Summit: All Things Chatbots, Conversational AI
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm | Session ID 113230

As one of the more disruptive emerging technologies, digital assistants have changed the chatbot paradigm for the enterprise. Oracle Digital Assistant’s advanced conversational AI and complex speech recognition enable enterprise application users to effortlessly access enterprise applications and data, and intelligently kick off business processes. Want to learn more about Oracle Digital Assistant for your enterprise applications and how to deliver more engagement and efficiency? Take advantage of this summit opened to the public. As COLLABORATE draws to a close, members of the Oracle Digital Assistant development team want to hear from you. During this interactive session, members of the Oracle Digital Assistant development team will solicit your input on current product strategy, roadmaps, industry trends, and best practices that will help you better leverage your investments in Oracle. This level of access — usually reserved for invitation-only Oracle Customer Advisory Boards (CABs) — should be a don’t miss session for all users of Oracle Digital Assistant, and partners and customers who are interested in investing in conversational AI technology.
Presented by:
Joe Huang, Oracle

 

Cost: $25
Capacity: 50
Database & Technology

Hands-on-Lab: Keeping your Data Safe – Security for Cloud Databases
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm | Session ID 100860

While the cloud vendor secures the infrastructure, and keeps the platform patched, you are still responsible for enforcing checks and balances, and securing your users and your data. Oracle Data Safe is a new cloud service that helps secure your databases in the Oracle Cloud. In this lab, you’ll get hands-on experience using Data Safe to assess configuration and user risks, and monitor user activity, all with just a few clicks. You will also classify your sensitive data, and mask sensitive data for test and development, all without any special security training or expertise. If you have an Oracle Database in the cloud, this hands-on lab may be the most important session you attend at Collaborate!
Presented by:
Richard Evans, Oracle

 

Cost: $0
Capacity: 50
Database & Technology

Hands-on-Lab: Upgrade to Oracle Database 19c using Auto Upgrade Feature
11:00 am – 12:00 pm | Session ID 102440

In this hands-on lab learn about upgrading databases (release 11.2.0.4 and 12.1.0.2) to the latest Oracle Database 19c release, including use of the new AutoUpgrade feature. See how easy upgrade can be, use the job control interface, and look at the logs and reports that are available as you upgrade multiple databases with a single command.
Presented by:
Roy Swonger, Oracle

 

Cost: $0
Capacity: 50
Database & Technology

Hands-on-Lab: Oracle Machine Learning
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm | Session ID 102400

Try out the new Oracle Machine Learning Zeppelin-based notebooks that come with Oracle Autonomous Database. Oracle Machine Learning extends Oracle’s offerings in the cloud with its collaborative notebook environment that helps data scientist teams build, share, document, and automate data analysis methodologies that run 100% in Oracle Autonomous Database. Interactively work with your data, and build, evaluate, and apply machine learning models. Import, export, edit, run, and share Oracle Machine Learning notebooks with other data scientists and colleagues. Share and further explore your insights and predictions using the Oracle Analytics Cloud.
Presented by:
Charles Berger, Oracle

 

Cost: $0
Capacity: 50
Database & Technology

Hands-on-Lab: Python and Oracle Database – Scripting for the Future
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm | Session ID 102430

Get hands-on in this popular session and learn the features of the Python cx_Oracle interface for Oracle Database. Explore efficient techniques for connection management, statement handling, and working with data. If you want to use Python with Oracle Database, this session is for you. Basic programming skills in any language are required.
Presented by:
Blaine Carter, Oracle

 

Cost: $0
Capacity: 50
JD Edwards

Move From World to EnterpriseOne Like a Pro
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm | Session ID 112500

This three-hour workshop will focus on why and how World users are moving to EnterpriseOne. Workshop attendees will hear live case studies from organizations who have migrated to E1, what the process entailed and how they were successful. The workshop will cover how World users can evaluate next steps, build the business case and gain internal support. We will also demo the latest tools that organizations are taking advantage of as they move to EnterpriseOne (UX One, Orchestrator). Finally, our team will walk workshop attendees through the world to EnterpriseOne migration process – what to expect as well as how to prepare.
Presented by:
Jason Batte, Terillium

 

Cost: $25
Capacity: 75
JD Edwards

Using Analytics to Drive Better Management Decisions
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm | Session ID 112520

There’s a goldmine of data inside your JD Edwards system. But data is just a series of ones and zeroes without the tools to turn it into information. How do you mine your data to obtain actionable insights in a timely manner? How do you make data available across your organization in a safe, governed way? And finally, how do you incorporate machine learning and predictive analytics to take your reporting and analysis to the next level? In this hands-on training workshop, participants will: – Use JD Edwards ERP data to create compelling, interactive reports and management dashboards. – Walk through how business users can access data that is maintained and governed by IT. – Learn best practices on how organizations can standardize and modernize existing enterprise reporting. – See how business users can leverage machine learning over JDE systems to get more insights from data and create an analytics experience that will change corporate cultures.
Presented by:
Michelle Werkmeister, Preferred Strategies

 

Cost: $25
Capacity: 50
JD Edwards

Optimizing On-Premise JD Edwards
11:00 am – 2:00 pm | Session ID 112510

Today, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offers many new tools for process automation, internet of things, cloud integrations, and other emerging technologies. Designed with the best user experience in mind, organizations running JDE EnterpriseOne 9.2 are taking advantage of the latest and greatest. This three hour workshop focuses on practical ways to update and take on-premise JD Edwards to the next level.
Presented by:
Adam Farris, Terillium

 

Cost: $25
Capacity: 75
JD Edwards

Utilizing Orchestrator in a Manufacturing Environment – Leverage The Power of JD Edwards Orchestrator
2:30 pm – 5:30 pm | Session ID 112530

JD Edwards Manufacturing Deep Dive Workshop broken up into two 90 minute sessions focused on popular JD Edwards Orchestrator manufacturing topics: 1. Creating a Simple Shop Floor Interface for End Users Creating a simple & intuitive shop floor user interface is key to enable easy navigation inside of JD Edwards for shop floor users. In this session, you will learn to easily create a shop floor interface which includes function such as clock in/out, material issues, work order completions and more. All of these features are created leveraging the new UX One tools. 2. Enhancing Resource Scheduling with Orchestrator Are you having issues scheduling your facility due to capacity reasons? In this session you will learn how to enhance the JDE capacity planning module leverage the JD Edwards Orchestrator and how it can help get your production line within your specific capacity constraints.
Presented by:
Bryan Rose, Terillium

 

Cost: $25
Capacity: 45