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COLLABORATE 18 Starts April 22 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino


Cloud, AI, IoT, machine learning, blockchain, NoSQL and other new technologies are emerging in the Oracle ecosystem to aid with data management. Are you prepared?

Presented once each year by three major Oracle users groups—Independent Oracle Users Group, Oracle Applications Users Group, and Quest International Users Group—COLLABORATE is one event focused solely on the spectrum of Oracle technologies and solutions that you can count on to get information from experts and fellow users about practical implications, real-world use cases, and how to benefit from new solutions and overcome difficulties you may be having.

This year, COLLABORATE 18 will be held April 22-26, 2018, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

Whether it is learning more about how to tackle the management challenges presented by hybrid cloud and on-premise data environments, getting  better performance from your applications, or getting more from analytics, COLLABORATE is different from other technology conferences you may have attended. The emphasis is on sharing unbiased information about how to use software your organization currently owns, learning about new Oracle solutions recently introduced—and getting up to speed on new software and technologies on the roadmap—all from a user’s perspective.

Presented all under one roof, COLLABORATE aims to present an unmatched opportunity to find out what you need to know about a broad range of Oracle technologies, connect with fellow user who are dealing with the same challenges as you, and hear from unbiased industry experts.

Find out what the OAUG, Quest, and the IOUG have planned for COLLABORATE 18:

COLLABORATE 18—OAUG Forum Has Something for Everyone

Quest at COLLABORATE 18—Real Stories. Real People. Real Solutions. by Jonathan Vaughn, CEO, Quest International Users Group (Quest)

How Do You Create a Data Scientist? by Gary Gordhamer, COLLABORATE 18 IOUG Conference Chair


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