Tag: Database & Technology

Presented at BLUEPRINT 4D
Session ID: 104160

Presented at BLUEPRRINT 4D
Session ID: 104450

Are you looking for a secure, fast, and efficient way to store your JSON data? Did you know that the Oracle Database provides everything you need to meet all your JSON requirements, including a highly optimized native datatype. Tasks like mapping JSON Collections and Documents to Relational tables and objects is handled automatically for you. Best of all, it's completely free!
The session will cover how Oracle simplifies loading, storing, retrieving, and managing JSON data when using the Oracle Database. You will even hear about what's coming in Oracle Database 23c for JSON.

Presented at BLUEPRINT 4D
Session ID: 108700

This presentation will focus on what specific Algorithms that are inside Oracle can be applied to Business Problems. Robots may be the first to truly learn Machine Learning (ML) and expand into Artificial Intelligence (AI). Python is one of the keys to Machine Learning as we program the invention of Man's Mind to further replace man's most basic tasks. This session will focus on ML 101 and building the future ahead. Some business issues are seasonal, some relate to customers with certain attributes, some relate to customers we don't know exist, but all can be solved by using the correct algorithm to quickly prescribe a better corporate future.

Are you considering moving your Oracle based applications to the cloud? If it’s just an Oracle database, or perhaps your company is looking at moving on-premises PeopleSoft or JD Edwards to cloud based infrastructure. This panel will include multiple experts that have moved many Oracle based workloads to multiple cloud based infrastructure providers (OCI, AZURE, AWS, GCI). Bring your questions and let’s have an interactive discussion. Ask about such topics as security, technical steps, costs, gotchas, performance, patching, or availability.

This presentation will look at 12c to 21c new features that should be investigated for use which include Multitenant, IN-Memory and Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing and many more. I will discuss the 12c to 21c Journey for these new features with examples and sample code. Attendees can expect brief introduction of all the new features with deep dive into Multitenant, IN-Memory and Automatic Indexing

Graph analytics is used to detect fraud, find influencers in social networks, do what-if analysis in manufacturing workflows, and more. With Oracle Graph you can model your relational tables as a set of connected entities to view your data as a graph, to uncover new insights based on the connections in data. Graph Studio in Autonomous Database makes it easy to create, query, analyze, and visualize graphs.  We will show examples of using these powerful features to detect anomalous patterns in a financial transactions dataset in the database. We will demonstrate the use of an automated graph modeling tool to create a graph from data in relational tables, use a SQL-like graph query language to query the graph, and use pre-built graph algorithms to explore and analyze the data in new ways.

Join us on an exciting and technical journey as we use Oracle AI technology and personal weather station data to build a machine learning model that can accurately predict rain six hours into the future! Our process will involve collecting and processing time series data, including various weather variables, and using neural network algorithms to model the relationship between these variables and the likelihood of precipitation. To ensure the accuracy of our model and provide a fascinating demonstration, we will use a time-series stepping evaluation process combined with a confusion matrix. With the help of Oracle's Autonomous Database and OML4SQL, we will be able to efficiently manage and process our datasets and deploy our model in a production environment. Come join us as we harness the power of data and machine learning to bring a new level of convenience and accuracy to weather forecasting!

This session will explore the use of ESPN's public APIs and APEX Automations used to source a betting application (totally for fun, of course). This session is technical in nature and involves the code needed to construct these REST calls, JSON parsing of the results, and the scheduling of these REST calls. We will end the session by building a compelling application around these APIs that your users will love. Gambling problems? Call 800-522-4700.