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Oracle University at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne

Make the most of your Oracle OpenWorld or JavaOne experience!

Attend Oracle University’s deep-dive training seminars to explore popular Oracle technology

When: Sunday, October 1, 2017, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

(one-hour lunch break)

Where: Golden Gate University, 536 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

(three blocks from Moscone Center)

Cost: US $850 for one full day of training

(cost includes light refreshments and boxed lunch)

Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle University

JavaOne and Oracle University

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Choose one full-day seminar from the following expert-led sessions. Each session includes lecture, whiteboarding and demos. Copies of instructor slides will be made available.

Training seminars do not include student labs.

Select an expert led session below to view details.

  • Oh BI The Way: Just an Overview of Business Intelligence Cloud. No Big Deal. View Details >
  • Your Database Cloud Service 101: Security Architecture & Methodology View Details >
  • Oracle Database 12c: New Innovations and Features of Oracle Database R1 and R2 View Details >
  • Oracle Database 12c R2: Performance Tuning Enhancements Overview View Details >
  • That Time You Migrated to the Oracle Database Cloud Service . . . View Details >
  • Knock Knock. It's Your Financials Cloud Reporting Tools & Here's What They Want View Details >
  • Getting Flexible with your Extensibility inside HCM Cloud Service. Namaste. View Details >
  • Java Cloud Your Way: Design and Architect Your Robust Enterprise Applications. View Details >
  • Lift & Shift- Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) View Details >
  • Your DevOps First Date: Getting Started with Oracle Cloud Development View Details >
  • Fidget with Oracle Sales Cloud: Customize Objects with Sandboxes, Composers, and Scripts View Details >
  • Enhance the PeopleSoft User Experience with the Fluid User Interface View Details >
  • Oracle Big Data Fundamentals View Details >
  • Oracle Database: Tracing, Tuning and Interpreting SQL Plans View Details >