10 avril 2019
13h00 – 18h00
Développeurs, participez à Code Explore !
Code Explore est un événement gratuit qui permet aux développeurs de découvrir les dernières technologies, pratiques et tendances du marché. Apprenez auprès des experts techniques et de vos pairs en suivant notre keynote, les breakout sessions et en découvrant nos démos.
Au programme : Docker, kubernetes, Digital Assistant, Autonomous Database, …
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A Golden Age for Developers: Culture, Code, and Cloud
We are now living in a golden age for developers being shaped by three forces coming together and creating unlimited potential: DevOps culture, open source code, and cloud computing. But despite all the progress, we are also facing new challenges that threaten all of this. Many developers and teams are being left behind as cultural changes accelerate, open source complexity grows, and cloud lock-in eliminates choice and drives up costs. This keynote explores these tectonic changes, the challenges they present, and how development teams can navigate through the waters ahead.
Autonomous Database - Making data management and application development easy, fast and secure
Today, agile approaches are common for application development, and as such the requirements for adjacent operating groups are also changing. In the area of data management too, the adaptation of these requirements is a challenge. Especially the combination of certain aspects such as security, administration and time-to-deploy are difficult. Oracle has set itself the task of solving these problems with the release of the Autonomous Database. In this session, discover the possibilities of the Autonomous Database to enable faster speed of business.
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Mastering Oracle Database or Oracle Weblogic Server with Docker and Kubernetes
Many organizations are adopting Kubernetes as a platform for managing container-based applications, and want to leverage Oracle products in these environments. Come to this session to learn best practices for running Oracle Database or Oracle WebLogic Server in Docker and Kubernetes today. We will discuss about questions like : "how to moove from old on-premise application towards this kind of new infrastructure ?", "what is the new dba 3.0 , the new middleware infrastructure manager ?"
From Chatbot to Digital Assistant: Transform the way we interact with enterprise applications
Chatbots are one of the first widespread uses of artificial intelligence and natural language processing. As chatbots have evolved in enterprise use, so has the emergence of Digital Assistants that are multi-skilled, proactive, AI driven, and engaging. Oracle Digital Assistant (ODA) is Oracle's next generation bot platform that enables project teams to follow a modular approach in building composite chatbots published to multiple conversation channels. This session provides a technical demo of Oracle Digital Assistant. It explains the concept and features, explores the development environment and introduces the overall architecture. Then we will first “educate” a Digital Assistant with a rich set of available application skills from Oracle, without writing a single line of code. We will then develop and train a new skill defining intents, utterances, and entities. We will then explore the conversation flow, connect the skill to a back-end API, and enhance it with QnA functionality.
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Low-code development with Oracle Visual Builder
Getting Started with Functions Serverless solutions and the Open Source Fn Project
Learn about the Open Source Functions Serverless framework in this Demo App Session and how easy it is to write and use Fn functions using Java and other popular programming languages. In the talk we will look at the fn project which is the basis of the Oracle Fn Serverless solutions. We will start implementing a simple 'hello world Style' application, deploy and execute it, from that point we will go deep trying to understand what actually happens during those different steps, during the journey we will explore the Oracle Fn architecture and components highlighting the benefit of a serverless solution from a developer point of view. After the basics, we will explore in more detail the use of the Java FDK (Functions Developer Kit) to speed up function development and testing. We will also examine how the packaging functionality of Fn as a Docker container enables advanced use cases that are not normally possible on functional platforms.
Vice President, Developer Relations, Oracle
As Vice President of Developer Relations for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Bob Quillin leads the Cloud Native Labs team who are responsible for OCI cloud native developer relations, advocacy, engagement, solutions, and lighthouse adoption. Bob joined Oracle as part of the StackEngine acquisition by Oracle in December 2015, where he was co-founder and CEO. Based in Austin, TX, StackEngine was an early container-native pioneer building services and platforms designed to help developers and devops teams build, orchestrate, and scale enterprise-grade container apps. Prior to his role as co-founder and CEO of StackEngine, Bob was CEO of Austin-based CopperEgg, a cloud monitoring SaaS startup acquired by Idera in 2013. With previous executive and startup leadership roles at CopperEgg, nLayers, EMC, and VMware, Bob has focused his career on applying automation to simplify complex cloud, IT and developer challenges. You can find him on Twitter @bobquillin.
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