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Build Applications with Oracle Database Now

Oracle’s market-leading database enables you to develop applications by supporting the data models and access methods your team wants—without unneeded functionality getting in the way. Learn how Oracle Database is optimized for developer productivity. This event will show you how Oracle Database gives developers simple API-driven access and model-specific languages together with powerful SQL capabilities. Each track will feature a hands-on lab so you can get started building applications on Oracle Database now.

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  • Building data-driven insights into your applications leveraging graph and machine learning
  • Enabling modern application architectures using Oracle Database
  • Modern application development using RESTful web services
  • Deploying a single database to build a complete microservices environment

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Welcome and Keynote: Dev Simple with Converged Database

As enterprises digitize more business processes and decision points, they have multiple development paradigms, data types, and workloads to deal with. Oracle’s converged database is optimized for developer productivity. A converged database is a multimodel, multitenant, multiworkload database. It supports the data model and access method each development team wants, without unneeded functionality getting in the way. It provides both the consolidation and isolation these different teams want but don’t want to think about. And it excels in all the workloads—such as OLTP, analytics, and IoT.

Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code

In this session, you'll learn about the new Oracle APEX Application Development service—the fastest, lowest-cost way to develop and deploy world-class applications. With it, you can eliminate the hassles of upkeep and annual maintenance by developing and deploying on a preconfigured, fully managed, and secure environment. The service provides everything you need to develop and deliver applications. You will also hear about new features included in Oracle APEX 21.1, such as native map region, application data loading, faceted search enhancements, and more.

Using Graph Studio for New Insights

Learn how to use the Graph Studio feature of Oracle Autonomous Database to model your data as a graph, use graph algorithm APIs, query for graph patterns in your data, and visualize results in an integrated notebook. Graph analytics enables you to find important entities, hidden relationships, anomalous patterns, tightly connected clusters, and more. Graphs are a powerful way to find new insights in your data, and with Graph Studio you can get started with graphs in minutes.

Hands-On Lab: Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code

Learn how to create your own Oracle APEX Application Development service (APEX Service) in this hands-on workshop. Once the APEX Service and some sample data are created, you’ll use Quick SQL to rapidly define the data structures and utilize various table and column directives to better define the tables. Next, you’ll create an application based on the new tables. Lastly, you will update some of the generated components to improve the initial app.

Hands-On Lab: Using Graph Studio for New Insights

In this hands-on lab, you’ll use the Graph Studio feature of Oracle Autonomous Database to model data as a graph, use graph algorithms APIs, query for graph patterns in data, and visualize results in an integrated notebook.

Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java, and Oracle Autonomous Database

In this session, learn how to deploy a simple cloud native application using the most commonly used frameworks and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services. You will learn how to use Oracle Autonomous Database, OCI Container Registry, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), Helidon, and Oracle API Gateway through the deployment of a simple ‘To Do List’ react application.

Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization

This talk presents an overall development architecture—app tier and data tier—for building scalable microservices with the converged Oracle Database. A hypothetical mobile food delivery app, GrabDish, will be used to illustrate business data, spatial, graph, document, and JSON data types with the containerized, multitenant aspects of the data platform. It will also show aspects of Docker containers and Kubernetes that are available both on Oracle’s Gen2 cloud and in the on-premises Oracle Linux stack. Attendees can complete self-guided, hands-on labs to become familiar with the code and extend it to building their own microservices. Finally, the session will share an open platform technology stack for microservices that helps with a multicloud deployment strategy.

Hands-On Lab: Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java and the Autonomous Database

This hands-on lab guides you through building and deploying a simple, cloud native ‘My To Do List’ application. You’ll learn how to set up an Oracle Cloud Free Tier account, set up an OCI Container Registry, create an Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), provision Oracle Autonomous Database, and set up other managed services of OCI. Then, put it all together by building and deploying a ReactJS front end and Java back end microservice—using the Helidon framework—over Kubernetes and accessing Autonomous Database.

Hands-On Lab: Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization

In this hands-on lab, you’ll work with GrabDish, a sample food delivery application, to illustrate business data, spatial, graph, document, and JSON data types with the containerized, multitenant aspects of the data platform. You’ll also explore aspects of Docker containers and Kubernetes that are available both on Oracle Cloud and on premises. Get familiar with the code, then extend it to build your own microservices.

Good Design: From Bitbucket to Quick SQL to Extreme Performance

It’s never been easier to begin building your applications on Oracle Database. Just a few clicks and Oracle Database is ready to go. But when that app you build becomes an overnight sensation, you might discover that the schemas you designed on a paper napkin might not live up to the flexibility, maintainability, and performance demands of a popular app. This session walks through the tools to rapidly prototype and deploy your database schema—as well as how your can evolve that design to handle increasing demands over time.

Modern App Dev with Oracle REST Data Services

In this session, you’ll first learn how to load millions of records into the Oracle database in seconds. Then—because application security is paramount and should never be an afterthought—you’ll review various methods for using Oracle REST Data Services to secure REST endpoints from the start so that only authenticated applications can access the data and logic. Lastly, modern application developers need to access business logic so that the front end can perform specific actions in a performant and secure manner. REST securely enables packages, procedures, functions, and custom SQL in an Oracle Database.

Hands-On Lab: Good Design—From Bitbucket to QuickSQL to Extreme Performance

This hands-on lab begins by creating a typical customer orders schema in Oracle Autonomous Database. Then, you’ll benchmark a data load with your database design using your initial schema and investigating any bottlenecks. Finally, you’ll explore and test opportunities to scale up the performance of the design using best practice techniques to achieve the full performance potential of Autonomous Database.

Hands-On Lab: Modern App Dev with Oracle REST Data Services

During this hands on lab, you’ll load data into an Oracle Autonomous Database via the SQL Worksheet. Once the table is created and the data is loaded, you will quickly REST enable the table and expose the endpoint for application consumption. You will also explore how you can batch load millions of records into the database in seconds.

Panel: Coders Just Want to Code. Or Do They?

Join us for a panel discussion with leaders from Wilson Truck Lines and AgrarMarkt Austria as they discuss their real-world experiences with low-code application development. Are low-code platforms mature and powerful enough to handle complex enterprise applications? What are the key attributes to look for in choosing such platforms? What is the level of programming skill needed? Get answers to these questions and more.

  • Paul Hudson

    Head of Application Development, AgrarMarkt Austria

  • ,
  • Giovani Cani

    VP, IT Delivery, Wilson Truck Lines

  • Jeff Smith

    Distinguished Product Manager, Oracle

Welcome and Keynote: Dev Simple with Converged Database

As enterprises digitize more business processes and decision points, they have multiple development paradigms, data types, and workloads to deal with. Oracle’s converged database is optimized for developer productivity. A converged database is a multimodel, multitenant, multiworkload database. It supports the data model and access method each development team wants, without unneeded functionality getting in the way. It provides both the consolidation and isolation these different teams want but don’t want to think about. And it excels in all the workloads—such as OLTP, analytics, and IoT.

Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code

In this session, you'll learn about the new Oracle APEX Application Development service—the fastest, lowest-cost way to develop and deploy world-class applications. With it, you can eliminate the hassles of upkeep and annual maintenance by developing and deploying on a preconfigured, fully managed, and secure environment. The service provides everything you need to develop and deliver applications. You will also hear about new features included in Oracle APEX 21.1, such as native map region, application data loading, faceted search enhancements, and more.

Using Graph Studio for New Insights

Learn how to use the Graph Studio feature of Oracle Autonomous Database to model your data as a graph, use graph algorithm APIs, query for graph patterns in your data, and visualize results in an integrated notebook. Graph analytics enables you to find important entities, hidden relationships, anomalous patterns, tightly connected clusters, and more. Graphs are a powerful way to find new insights in your data, and with Graph Studio you can get started with graphs in minutes.

Hands-On Lab: Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code

Learn how to create your own Oracle APEX Application Development service (APEX Service) in this hands-on workshop. Once the APEX Service and some sample data are created, you’ll use Quick SQL to rapidly define the data structures and utilize various table and column directives to better define the tables. Next, you’ll create an application based on the new tables. Lastly, you will update some of the generated components to improve the initial app.

Hands-On Lab: Using Graph Studio for New Insights

In this hands-on lab, you’ll use the Graph Studio feature of Oracle Autonomous Database to model data as a graph, use graph algorithms APIs, query for graph patterns in data, and visualize results in an integrated notebook.

Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java, and Oracle Autonomous Database

In this session, learn how to deploy a simple cloud native application using the most commonly used frameworks and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services. You will learn how to use Oracle Autonomous Database, OCI Container Registry, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), Helidon, and Oracle API Gateway through the deployment of a simple ‘To Do List’ react application.

Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization

This talk presents an overall development architecture—app tier and data tier—for building scalable microservices with the converged Oracle Database. A hypothetical mobile food delivery app, GrabDish, will be used to illustrate business data, spatial, graph, document, and JSON data types with the containerized, multitenant aspects of the data platform. It will also show aspects of Docker containers and Kubernetes that are available both on Oracle’s Gen2 cloud and in the on-premises Oracle Linux stack. Attendees can complete self-guided, hands-on labs to become familiar with the code and extend it to building their own microservices. Finally, the session will share an open platform technology stack for microservices that helps with a multicloud deployment strategy.

Hands-On Lab: Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java and the Autonomous Database

This hands-on lab guides you through building and deploying a simple, cloud native ‘My To Do List’ application. You’ll learn how to set up an Oracle Cloud Free Tier account, set up an OCI Container Registry, create an Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), provision Oracle Autonomous Database, and set up other managed services of OCI. Then, put it all together by building and deploying a ReactJS front end and Java back end microservice—using the Helidon framework—over Kubernetes and accessing Autonomous Database.

Hands-On Lab: Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization

In this hands-on lab, you’ll work with GrabDish, a sample food delivery application, to illustrate business data, spatial, graph, document, and JSON data types with the containerized, multitenant aspects of the data platform. You’ll also explore aspects of Docker containers and Kubernetes that are available both on Oracle Cloud and on premises. Get familiar with the code, then extend it to build your own microservices.

Good Design: From Bitbucket to Quick SQL to Extreme Performance

It’s never been easier to begin building your applications on Oracle Database. Just a few clicks and Oracle Database is ready to go. But when that app you build becomes an overnight sensation, you might discover that the schemas you designed on a paper napkin might not live up to the flexibility, maintainability, and performance demands of a popular app. This session walks through the tools to rapidly prototype and deploy your database schema—as well as how your can evolve that design to handle increasing demands over time.

Modern App Dev with Oracle REST Data Services

In this session, you’ll first learn how to load millions of records into the Oracle database in seconds. Then—because application security is paramount and should never be an afterthought—you’ll review various methods for using Oracle REST Data Services to secure REST endpoints from the start so that only authenticated applications can access the data and logic. Lastly, modern application developers need to access business logic so that the front end can perform specific actions in a performant and secure manner. REST securely enables packages, procedures, functions, and custom SQL in an Oracle Database.

Hands-On Lab: Good Design—From Bitbucket to QuickSQL to Extreme Performance

This hands-on lab begins by creating a typical customer orders schema in Oracle Autonomous Database. Then, you’ll benchmark a data load with your database design using your initial schema and investigating any bottlenecks. Finally, you’ll explore and test opportunities to scale up the performance of the design using best practice techniques to achieve the full performance potential of Autonomous Database.

Hands-On Lab: Modern App Dev with Oracle REST Data Services

During this hands on lab, you’ll load data into an Oracle Autonomous Database via the SQL Worksheet. Once the table is created and the data is loaded, you will quickly REST enable the table and expose the endpoint for application consumption. You will also explore how you can batch load millions of records into the database in seconds.

Panel: Coders Just Want to Code. Or Do They?

Join us for a panel discussion with leaders from Wilson Truck Lines and AgrarMarkt Austria as they discuss their real-world experiences with low-code application development. Are low-code platforms mature and powerful enough to handle complex enterprise applications? What are the key attributes to look for in choosing such platforms? What is the level of programming skill needed? Get answers to these questions and more.

  • Paul Hudson

    Head of Application Development, AgrarMarkt Austria

  • ,
  • Giovani Cani

    VP, IT Delivery, Wilson Truck Lines

  • Jeff Smith

    Distinguished Product Manager, Oracle

Welcome and Keynote: Dev Simple with Converged Database

As enterprises digitize more business processes and decision points, they have multiple development paradigms, data types, and workloads to deal with. Oracle’s converged database is optimized for developer productivity. A converged database is a multimodel, multitenant, multiworkload database. It supports the data model and access method each development team wants, without unneeded functionality getting in the way. It provides both the consolidation and isolation these different teams want but don’t want to think about. And it excels in all the workloads—such as OLTP, analytics, and IoT.

Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code

In this session, you’ll learn about the new Oracle APEX Application Development service—the fastest, lowest-cost way to develop and deploy world-class applications. With it, you can eliminate the hassles of upkeep and annual maintenance by developing and deploying on a preconfigured, fully managed, and secure environment. The service provides everything you need to develop and deliver applications. You will also hear about new features included in Oracle APEX 21.1, such as native map region, application data loading, faceted search enhancements, and more.

Using Graph Studio for New Insights

Learn how to use the Graph Studio feature of Oracle Autonomous Database to model your data as a graph, use graph algorithm APIs, query for graph patterns in your data, and visualize results in an integrated notebook. Graph analytics enables you to find important entities, hidden relationships, anomalous patterns, tightly connected clusters, and more. Graphs are a powerful way to find new insights in your data, and with Graph Studio you can get started with graphs in minutes.

Hands-On Lab: Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code

Learn how to create your own Oracle APEX Application Development service (APEX Service) in this hands-on workshop. Once the APEX Service and some sample data are created, you’ll use Quick SQL to rapidly define the data structures and utilize various table and column directives to better define the tables. Next, you’ll create an application based on the new tables. Lastly, you will update some of the generated components to improve the initial app.

Hands-On Lab: Using Graph Studio for New Insights

In this hands-on lab, you’ll use the Graph Studio feature of Oracle Autonomous Database to model data as a graph, use graph algorithms APIs, query for graph patterns in data, and visualize results in an integrated notebook.

Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java, and Oracle Autonomous Database

In this session, learn how to deploy a simple cloud native application using the most commonly used frameworks and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services. You will learn how to use Oracle Autonomous Database, OCI Container Registry, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), Helidon, and Oracle API Gateway through the deployment of a simple ‘To Do List’ react application.

Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization

This talk presents an overall development architecture—app tier and data tier—for building scalable microservices with the converged Oracle Database. A hypothetical mobile food delivery app, GrabDish, will be used to illustrate business data, spatial, graph, document, and JSON data types with the containerized, multitenant aspects of the data platform. It will also show aspects of Docker containers and Kubernetes that are available both on Oracle’s Gen2 cloud and in the on-premises Oracle Linux stack. Attendees can complete self-guided, hands-on labs to become familiar with the code and extend it to building their own microservices. Finally, the session will share an open platform technology stack for microservices that helps with a multicloud deployment strategy.

Hands-On Lab: Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java and the Autonomous Database

This hands-on lab guides you through building and deploying a simple, cloud native ‘My To Do List’ application. You’ll learn how to set up an Oracle Cloud Free Tier account, set up an OCI Container Registry, create an Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE), provision Oracle Autonomous Database, and set up other managed services of OCI. Then, put it all together by building and deploying a ReactJS front end and Java back end microservice—using the Helidon framework—over Kubernetes and accessing Autonomous Database.

Hands-On Lab: Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization

In this hands-on lab, you’ll work with GrabDish, a sample food delivery application, to illustrate business data, spatial, graph, document, and JSON data types with the containerized, multitenant aspects of the data platform. You’ll also explore aspects of Docker containers and Kubernetes that are available both on Oracle Cloud and on premises. Get familiar with the code, then extend it to build your own microservices.

Good Design: From Bitbucket to Quick SQL to Extreme Performance

It’s never been easier to begin building your applications on Oracle Database. Just a few clicks and Oracle Database is ready to go. But when that app you build becomes an overnight sensation, you might discover that the schemas you designed on a paper napkin might not live up to the flexibility, maintainability, and performance demands of a popular app. This session walks through the tools to rapidly prototype and deploy your database schema—as well as how your can evolve that design to handle increasing demands over time.

Modern App Dev with Oracle REST Data Services

In this session, you’ll first learn how to load millions of records into the Oracle database in seconds. Then—because application security is paramount and should never be an afterthought—you’ll review various methods for using Oracle REST Data Services to secure REST endpoints from the start so that only authenticated applications can access the data and logic. Lastly, modern application developers need to access business logic so that the front end can perform specific actions in a performant and secure manner. REST securely enables packages, procedures, functions, and custom SQL in an Oracle Database.

Hands-On Lab: Good Design—From Bitbucket to QuickSQL to Extreme Performance

This hands-on lab begins by creating a typical customer orders schema in Oracle Autonomous Database. Then, you’ll benchmark a data load with your database design using your initial schema and investigating any bottlenecks. Finally, you’ll explore and test opportunities to scale up the performance of the design using best practice techniques to achieve the full performance potential of Autonomous Database.

Hands-On Lab: Modern App Dev with Oracle REST Data Services

During this hands on lab, you’ll load data into an Oracle Autonomous Database via the SQL Worksheet. Once the table is created and the data is loaded, you will quickly REST enable the table and expose the endpoint for application consumption. You will also explore how you can batch load millions of records into the database in seconds.

Panel: Coders Just Want to Code. Or Do They?

Join us for a panel discussion with leaders from Wilson Truck Lines and AgrarMarkt Austria as they discuss their real-world experiences with low-code application development. Are low-code platforms mature and powerful enough to handle complex enterprise applications? What are the key attributes to look for in choosing such platforms? What is the level of programming skill needed? Get answers to these questions and more.

  • Paul Hudson

    Head of Application Development, AgrarMarkt Austria

  • ,
  • Giovani Cani

    VP, IT Delivery, Wilson Truck Lines

  • Jeff Smith

    Distinguished Product Manager, Oracle

Featured speakers

Maria Colgan
Maria Colgan Distinguished Product Manager, Oracle

Joining the company in 1996 when version 7.3 of the database was released, Maria Colgan is currently a distinguished product manager at Oracle. Maria’s core responsibility is to advocate for Oracle Database and the best practices for incorporating it into customer environments. She is also responsible for ensuring feedback from our customers and partners is incorporated into future product releases. Prior to this role, Maria was the product manager for Oracle Database In-Memory and the Oracle Database query optimizer.

Melliyal Annamalai
Melliyal Annamalai Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle

Melli Annamalai is a senior principal product manager at Oracle in the database organization. She has extensive experience working with data types in the database that are not typical relational tables. Her current focus areas are Graphs, Apache Kafka, and big data. She works regularly with customers, helping them use the latest innovations in her technology focus areas to solve business problems. Along with her colleagues, Melli is on a mission to make these products as easy to use as possible.

Giovani Cani
Giovani Cani VP, IT Delivery, Wilson Transportation Group

As the vice president of IT delivery at the Wilson Transportation Group, Giovani Cani is responsible for developing and overseeing IT strategies focused on improving business processes that add value to the group’s products and services. With more than 20 years of experience throughout the IT spectrum, Giovani has worked with stakeholders from all levels. He is passionate about delivering IT solutions that automate and enhance workflows and focusing on increasing customer satisfaction and overall cost optimization. Giovani started working with Oracle technologies in 1999 and holds a number of Oracle Certifications.

Monica Godoy Millan
Monica Godoy Millan Principal Product Manager, Oracle

Mónica Godoy is a principal product manager at Oracle. She has worked on Oracle technologies—such as Oracle Application Express, Oracle Forms and Reports, Oracle SQL Developer, PL/SQL, and SQL—for more than 10 years. She has presented at conferences in Latin America including Oracle Technology Network events, Oracle Code, and Oracle Groundbreakers Tour. Mónica also manages the Meetup Oracle APEX LATAM and Women in APEX.

Sanjay Goil
Sanjay Goil Vice President, Product Management, Oracle

As vice president of product management at Oracle, Sanjay Goil leads app modernization and simplification with the converged Oracle database, helping developers build microservices architectures with Oracle Database Cloud. He is also the product manager for Oracle Database Advanced Queuing. Prior to Oracle, Sanjay was a cofounder at an ad-tech startup for social media and TV ads, helping create an affinity graph for microtargeting with data partnerships. Previously, he led product management in big data, machine learning, high performance computing systems, and developer tools at companies such as HP Autonomy, Intel, and Sun Microsystems. Sanjay received an MBA from UC Berkeley, and a PhD in computer engineering at Northwestern.

Salim Hlayel
Salim Hlayel Principal Product Manager, Oracle

Salim Hlayel is a principal product manager at Oracle. He is an experienced software and integration manager with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Salim is skilled in requirements analysis, Oracle Database, Oracle Application Express (Oracle APEX), PL/SQL, Hyperledger Fabric, ITIL, and database design.

Paul Hudson
Paul Hudson Head of Application Development, AgrarMarkt Austria

Paul Hudson is currently the head of application development at AgrarMarkt Austria (AMA), leading a staff of more than 170 developers—30 of whom are Java developers and 70 are APEX developers. AMA’s Database is a large distributed complex with well over 10 terabytes of data; more than 19 million lines of code in PL/SQL; 1,500 forms; and more than 350 APEX pages. Paul has lived in Austria since January 1991 and during his time in the country, he has held various positions in software development—including Fortran and COBOL developer, ProgressRDBMS/4GL programmer, and Oracle programmer from Oracle Database version 3. Paul later moved to project management and development group leader for area-based payments.

Chaitanya Koratamaddi
Chaitanya Koratamaddi Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle

Joining Oracle in 2005, Chaitanya Koratamaddi is currently a senior principal product manager for Oracle Application Express (Oracle APEX). He has extensive knowledge of and experience with various Oracle technologies such as Oracle APEX, Oracle SQL Developer, Oracle Database, Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle XML Database, Oracle Database Express Edition, Oracle Database Vault, Oracle REST Data Services, and Oracle Fusion Middleware. Chaitanya is a seasoned technology professional with more than 16 years of experience in IT in various roles.

Chaitanya is a regular speaker at various global conferences such as Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Yathra, Oracle Groundbreakers Tour, Oracle Developer Live, Oracle CloudWorld, OTN Developer Days, ODTUG events, JavaOne, and GIDS events. He also speaks at user groups such INOAUG and AIOUG. Chaitanya spends his free time gardening, volunteering, learning music, and traveling. You can gain insight into what he is up to by following @chaitanya_in on Twitter.

Connor McDonald
Connor McDonald Oracle Developer Advocate, Oracle

Connor McDonald is a developer advocate for Oracle Corporation. Ever since his childhood frustration with the limits imposed by the single kilobyte of RAM in his Sinclair ZX80 computer, he has loved the challenges that come with storing data—ultimately leading to a career in database technology. When the infamous Y2K data issue did not end the world as many predicted, he started presenting on his database passions and found that he loved doing it. Since then, Connor has spoken at over 120 conferences around the world. Due to his partner’s predilection for rescuing stray cats, he doesn’t just speak the phrase “as hard as herding cats,” he lives it every day.

Kuassi Mensah
Kuassi Mensah Director of Product Management, Oracle

As director of product management at Oracle, Kuassi Mensah is responsible for multiple product areas including Java connectivity to Oracle Database—both in the cloud and on-premises—and in-place database processing with an embedded Java Virtual Machine. He also works on microservices and relational database management system (RDBMS) connectivity along with related topics such as data and Tx models, Kubernetes, Sagas, and compensation. Serverless functions, database connectivity, asynchronous and reactive database access, RxJava, Project Reactor, Akka Streams, and Reactive Relational Database Connectivity also fall under his purview. He oversees zero downtime, multitenancy, and sharding for Java apps and is experienced with turning RDBMS database tables into Hadoop and Spark datasources.

Kuassi holds master’s in computer science from the Programming Institute of University of Paris. He is a frequent speaker at IT events, including Java User Group events and meetups, Scale by the Bay, JavaZone, Devnexus, Oracle Code One, Data Summit, Node Summit, and Oracle user groups such as UKOUG, DOAG, Sangam, BGOUG, OUGN, and more. He is the author of Oracle Database Programming using Java and Web Services and can be found on Twitter @kmensah, LinkedIn, and at kuassimensah.medium.com.

Paul Parkinson
Paul Parkinson Developer Evangelist, Oracle

Paul Parkinson is a Developer Evangelist at Oracle. He has 20 years of experience as a development lead for data and transaction processing in the mid-tier—including WebLogic and Helidon, Oracle’s microservices cloud platform. He has worked predominantly with Java but also with languages that include C#/dotnet, Python, JS, and Go. He is experienced with technologies—including Oracle Database, Java Microprofile, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, OpenTracing, Istio service mesh, machine learning, and more—as well as architectures and patterns such as Saga, command query responsibility segregation (CQRS), event sourcing, and messaging. Paul is also the creator of the workshop Data-Centric Event-Driven Microservices using Helidon, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, and Oracle Database.

Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith Distinguished Product Manager, Oracle

In his role as a distinguished product manager, Jeff Smith contributes to the Oracle Database team. He is responsible for making sure developers and DBAs are productive and happy using Oracle tools, such as Oracle SQL Developer and Oracle REST Data Services. Jeff tweets, blogs, YouTubes, and bothers people on StackOverflow as ThatJeffSmith.

Brian Spendolini
Brian Spendolini Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle

Brian Spendolini is currently a product manager for the Oracle Database development tools group. He’s worked as a sales consultant, application technologist, and lead Oracle Application Express (Oracle APEX) developer on many of Oracle’s internal and external projects. Before his current role, Brian was the product manager for the database cloud services—virtual machine, bare metal, and Exadata—in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. He has published two Oracle Press Books: one on the Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service and the other on Oracle APEX. Brian started at Oracle when there were no cameras in cell phones, shortly after getting his degree in graveyard recursion from Tolarian Community College.

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  • Building and Deploying Modern, Data-Driven Apps with Low Code
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  • Build and Deploy a ‘My To Do List’ Application using ReactJS, Java and the Autonomous Database
  • Building Simpler Microservices Architectures for App Modernization
  • Good Design—From Bitbucket to QuickSQL to Extreme Performance
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