When it comes to data, there is a fundamental debate throughout the industry. Should you put your data in one multi-purpose database or many single built-for-purpose databases?
You might think that this is just vendor hype. Namely, that vendors with a single database want a single database, and vendors with multiple databases want multiple databases. They’re all the same—they just want your money!
Similarly, you might be skeptical of a keynote given by a vendor representative with skin in this game. But let’s put the hyperbole aside and take an objective look at this debate. We'll explore what each approach means to developers, data scientists, business analysts, and everyone else with a vested interest in your company's data and whether things change if that data is stored in the cloud.
Connor McDonald is a former Oracle ACE Director who has joined the Oracle Developer Advocates Team. Over the past 25 years, he has worked with systems in Australia, the United Kingdom, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, and the U.S. The co-author of 3 books, he’s a popular speaker at Oracle conferences worldwide, specializing in topics regarding the database engine and PL/SQL.
As a current Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) customer, you want the confidence that your choice of integrated, global business applications will continue to enable your organization to make better decisions, reduce costs, and increase performance.
This session will feature an update on the Oracle EBS, plus cover benefits you can expect from cloud and on-premises EBS investments. You’ll come away with a greater understanding of the value that EBS applications deliver now and in the future.
Nadia Bendjedou is a vice president of Oracle EBS strategy, with cross suite responsibilities in go-to-market initiatives and customer success activities. Her main objective is to help customers understand the value of each EBS release. Nadia is a three-time recipient of the Oracle Applications User Group Ambassador of the Year Award (2007, 2009, 2010) and received the Oracle Applications User Group Lifetime Service Award in 2011. She also received the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) Inspiring Speaker Award at the UKOUG 2011 Conference. Nadia has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from England.