Register for COLLABORATE 19 taking place April 7-11 in San Antonio, TX to immerse yourself in the most relevant education for Oracle E-Business Suite Applications users.
From EBS 12.2 training and Oracle experts highlighting what’s next on the EBS roadmap, continuous innovation, evaluating your cloud options and readiness, the latest in E-Business Suite knowledge is at COLLABORATE 19.
Thousands of Oracle Applications users will convene in San Antonio in April – don’t miss out!
Check out our E-Business Suite-focused education tracks, featuring deep-dive sessions on:
- Order management & Logistics
- Procurement & Projects
- Manufacturing & Planning
- Asset Life Cycle & Service
- EBS Financials
- EBS HCM
- AppsTech/Testing Suite
- Mobile/Self Service
- On/With Cloud
Special E-Business Suite Program Highlights:
EBS Hands-On Labs
This will provide you with an opportunity to test how to prepare your EBS applications, configure the appropriate Compute services and lift and shift (migrate) your EBS systems to Oracle Cloud. Bring your laptop to this Hands-on-Lab (HOL) to learn how you can move your Oracle E-Business Suite workload to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
EBS Oracle Roadmaps
Learn about how Oracle is planning to take E-Business Suite into the future with the “Continuous Innovation” model of EBS, including Senior Vice President of Applications Development Cliff Godwin's essential roadmap session.
Oracle EBS Support
Want to know the best way to engage with Oracle Support? Oracle Support will have sessions on the best way to engage them and how to get your EBS questions answered.
Meet the Oracle Experts
COLLABORATE will present a valuable opportunity to interact with Oracle experts in a small-group setting. Bring questions and collaborate to find the path to success for your enterprise.
Meet the Oracle Experts Sessions
Discover How Events in Oracle E-Business Suite Can Participate with Other Applications via Oracle Integration
Oracle Integration provides native connectivity to Oracle and non-Oracle Software as a Service (SaaS) and On-premises applications, such as Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle Service Cloud, HCM Cloud, Salesforce, Workday, EBS, SAP, NetSuite, and so on. Oracle Integration adapters simplify connectivity by handling the underlying complexities of connecting to applications using industry-wide best practices. You only need to create a connection that provides minimal connectivity information for each system.
This use case explores the use of Oracle Integration to subscribe to Oracle ERP Cloud Events and push the relevant event information to downstream systems. As part of the lab you would be building the use case scenario below.
* User creates a Purchase Order (PO) in ERP Cloud and a PO event is raised.
* Oracle Integration subscribes to the PO event, transforms and pushes the relevant information to a custom table in Visual Builder Cloud.
* User attaches Letter of Credit (LOC) information to the PO record from the Visual Builder Web App.
* PO record in ERP Cloud is updated with the LOC information in ERP cloud.
Oracle E-Business Suite Coming Attractions at COLLABORATE (Video)
Nadia Bendjedou, Vice President, Product Strategy at Oracle presents this webinar preview of Oracle E-Business Suite education and networking at COLLABORATE 19.