Oracle OpenWorld Europe: London 2020 OOW London was a whirlwind of exciting innovation and ground-breaking technology! Here are some key takeaways from the event… Cloud, Cloud, Cloud! Oracle, Partners, and Customers were talking cloud IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS throughout the week. It was nice to hear a combination of customer panels, partner journeys, and various

The DOAG 2019 conference in Nuremberg was a big and busy event, filled with many speaking sessions, vendor exhibits, and venues for engaging with Oracle customers, partners, and members of the Oracle team. There were many similarities between this conference and regional events held elsewhere around the globe. Several differences I noticed were: A vast

What a week! Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco is the largest Oracle conference in the world! It was a whirlwind of events, excitement, and education. As always, there were many new insights and takeaways on the current state of technology. Here are our top takeaways from the week: Digital Assistants Siri, Google Now, Cortana, Alexa.

On July 18th, 2019, Dan Goerdt presented a webinar on using continuous integration and continuous delivery for Oracle APEX and related technology, like ORDS, SODA, and Database. If you missed it, it is now available on-demand! You can watch it here. *WARNING: Spoilers ahead!* The FlexDeploy APEX plugin gives you the power to automate the

One of the major benefits of DevOps is that it speeds up the development and delivery process, typically for application and other software development. It increases efficiency, reduces errors and better leverages IT talent. But these benefits can be delayed when database changes are also required because most DevOps teams don’t encompass databases. As a

Migrating Oracle database objects can be a frustrating process. Often, Oracle database changes are highly manual and inefficient, making it difficult to deliver changes to stakeholders when they need them. It’s no surprise, then, that DevOps for the database is picking up pace. Fifty-one percent of respondents in a 2018 survey expect to move to

One of the most popular enhancement requests we have received recently is to enable the same “Partial Deployment” capabilities for database objects that have been empowering Oracle EBS developers/administrators since FlexDeploy 3.0.  With the EBS solution, developers can source customizations from a Source Control Management system, and migrate them across their entire EBS Topology.  Partial