The COLLABORATE 10 - OAUG (Oracle Applications Users Group) Forum is planning more than 400 user-driven sessions featuring tips, techniques and best practices for Oracle Fusion, Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Agile, Hyperion, Oracle Communications and Siebel product families. The OAUG is co-hosting the COLLABORATE 10: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community conference in partnership with the Independent Oracle Users Group and Quest International Users Group, April 18-22, in Las Vegas.
"COLLABORATE 10 offers an incomparable opportunity for all attendees to interact under one roof, to share the latest application information and best practices, and to reap the highest reward from their Oracle investment," states David Ferguson, president of the OAUG. The OAUG IT Convergence Boot Camp Primer Workshops will begin at 9 am, showcasing new features and functions of Oracle R12, Oracle 11g, OBIEE and other Oracle Solutions. The Oracle Fusion Architecture: "Soup to Nuts" full-day symposium, jointly presented by Oracle, OAUG, Quest, ODTUG ( Oracle Development Tools User Group), HEUG (Higher Education User Group) and the IOUC (International Oracle Users Group Community), begins at 10 am and explores all the latest information relating to Oracle Fusion. Also, the OAUG will hold its 20 th Anniversary Celebration at 6 pm to commemorate 2 decades of service to its membership and the Oracle Applications community.
Separately, the OAUG also announced that Michael Rulf, who is executive director of product development at AT&T Hosting and Application Services, as well as a longtime Oracle customer, has been named as its 2010 OAUG Fusion Council chair. The OAUG Fusion Council facilitates collaboration between Oracle and the OAUG during the development of Oracle Fusion Middleware and Applications, providing feedback to Oracle from the users group, transmitting communications regarding Fusion to the OAUG member community, implementing and monitoring Fusion content across various channels and assisting members and customers in understanding Oracle Fusion.
Additional information regarding COLLABORATE 10 is available from the OAUG here.