Capgemini will be back in San Francisco for Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle’s largest conference bringing together more than 50,000 Oracle practitioners, partners, and clients.
Join us at Booth 911 in Moscone South to meet with our experts and find out how our broad portfolio of industry-specific offerings can make a difference to your business.
When it comes to digital transformation, it’s out with the old and in with the new! …Or is it? It’s no longer a question of having to choose “one or the other” – legacy or non-legacy ERP applications, cloud or non-cloud, on-premise or public. Hybrid now describes the estate of the enterprise, and some of today’s most innovative companies are profiting from environments where new technology coexists with the old. But what will it take to adopt a hybrid approach in your organization? And how can you embrace it for positive business results? Attend this session to learn how leading companies have perfected the hybrid state and how to create value in a world where transformation increasingly goes hand-in-hand with the intersection of new and old.
Where: Moscone West – 2018
Nathan Dolan, Senior Software Architect, Capgemini
Ramit Jain, Delivery Director, Capgemini
Andrew Richards, Software Architect, Capgemini
Capgemini discusses the architecture for a system built on Oracle Fusion Middleware for the UK tax agency to manage processes spanning international user groups and an array of enterprise systems. In this session, learn how Oracle Business Process Management 12c and Oracle SOA Suite 12c solutions help consolidate role-based workflow, systems integration, decision logic, large-batch processing, and real-time messaging into simple-to-manage composite services deployed using a continuous build system.
Learn how Oracle Application Development Framework, Java, and Oracle Database are used to provide custom presentation and data services, and listen to the speaker’s experiences working with Oracle JDeveloper and the wider development platform.
Where: Moscone West – 3000
Speaker: Mike Reddy, Vice President, North America Oracle Service Line Leader, Capgemini
There is no shortage of evangelists lauding the benefits of moving to the cloud. Moving to cloud ERP has an incredible business case in terms of cost, agility, and capability. However, if that is the end game, what is the path? Developing a successful path requires an assessment framework built specifically for cloud ERP. Every company’s current state and future state is unique and so should be its roadmap – a customized journey built based on an understanding of where it is now, where it wants to go, and what technology best meets the objective. This session will investigate how a company should build its ERP cloud roadmap.
When: Monday, October 26, 5.15pm to 6pm
Where: Moscone South 307
Speaker: Leon Aarts - Business Development Manager Oracle at Sogeti Netherlands
Struggling to transform your on-premise database stack to support cloud technology? Looking to derive more value from your infrastructure while cutting maintenance costs? Attend this session and find out how you can improve the reliability, security, performance, and maintainability of your databases by leveraging Database as a Service (DBaaS) environments. You will learn how other companies have achieved success migrating to DBaaS using the Track to Excellence methodology developed by Oracle and Sogeti.
Where: Moscone South – 309
Speaker: Elizabeth Rabet, Vice President, Global Finance and Procurement Systems, Capgemini
What is the best way to get thousands of users from dozens of different countries who are used to local autonomy to buy into a global, centrally organized shared services system? For Capgemini, the Oracle Exadata Database Machine was the answer. The addition of Oracle Exadata to Capgemini’s global business intelligence financial system led to a fourfold decrease in reporting times and an 100% increase in reporting volumes and performance, thereby demonstrating how global shared services and processes can lead to dramatic increases in efficiency and automation. Find out how you can use some of the best practices and lessons learned from Capgemini’s implementation of Oracle Exadata to enable transformation in your own organization.
Where: Hilton Franciscan Room B/C/D
Speaker: Mirosław Bartecki, Solution Architect, Capgemini
Has your system been touched by a JVM performance problems? If the answer is yes, this session is for you. You need to be careful if you have to track issues in a production system. One mistake, too much data gathered, and your system will slow down. The root cause of the problem can be application code or the JVM garbage collector. This practice hands-on lab involves a real production example of how to measure, tune, and fix a problem with a slow enterprise Java application. To make this job effective, open source tools are used to analyze the JVM’s condition: GC, threads, and code bottlenecks. Measurement in the lab is with open source tools such as Zorka, GCViewer, and JVisual VM. To make the tuning task realistic, real production problems are simulated.
Where: Marriott Marquis—Nob Hill C/D
Fernando Alvarez, Corporate Vice President and Chief Digital Officer, Capgemini Consulting
Jacques Assaraf, Corporate Vice President, Capgemini Consulting and Head of Telecom and Media Sector, Capgemini
Telcos are facing mounting pressure to dramatically increase speed to market and cut costs. But how? What if you could go to market in half the time using prebuilt libraries of telco offerings—and leveraging the cloud to lower costs? In this session, find out how Capgemini’s end-to-end solution for telcos uses a hybrid cloud and the Oracle Communications Rapid Offer Design and Order Delivery (Oracle Communications RODOD) stack to provide a competitive edge in today’s tough, dynamic environment. Learn how to accelerate digital transformation, increase agility, and simplify business to better respond to customer expectations and address growth opportunities. See a concrete demonstration of the solution and its best-in-class CX capabilities, processes, and deployment and run services.
Where: Moscone West 3000
Manas Deb, Business leader, Cloud Platform Services, Capgemini
Leon Smiers, Principal Consultant, Capgemini
Knowledge work is becoming a key competitive differentiator in many industry segments. This session discusses scenarios in three industries in which knowledge workers rely on Oracle on-premises and cloud technologies for support: the public sector using Oracle Business Process Management Suite (Oracle BPM Suite) and its Adaptive Case Management feature, Oracle Process Cloud Service, and Oracle Policy Automation for service requests from welfare customers; in the police sector using Oracle’s Siebel solutions, Oracle Policy Automation, Oracle Endeca solutions, Oracle BPM Suite and Adaptive Case Management, and the integration cloud; and in the mortgage handling sector using Oracle Service Cloud, Oracle Policy Automation, and Oracle Endeca solutions.
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