DOAG Deutsche ORACLE-Anwendergruppe e.V.

DOAG 2012 – Keynotes

On each of the three days of the conference there will be presentations delivered by well-known keynote speakers addressing business strategies and Oracle's latest products as well as general market trends.

Sascha Lobo

author, blogger
strategy consultant

Future and tends of the digital world
November, 21st | 05:00-06:30 pm

picture: Daniel Seiffert

Loïc le Guisquet

Executive Vice President
Oracle EMEA
Oracle Corporation

Engineered for Innovation
November, 21st | 11:00-11:45 am

Loïc le Guisquet, Executive Vice President for Oracle EMEA, explains how Oracle’s latest innovations in the Cloud, Engineered Systems, and the Oracle Stack are being embraced by businesses across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa as they innovate for their customers.

Andrew Mendelsohn

Senior Vice President
Oracle Database Server Technologies
Oracle Corporation

What's Next for Oracle Database?
November, 20th | 11:00-11:45 am

Consolidating databases onto Private Clouds, utilizing Database Services in Public Clouds, deploying Engineered instead of manually built systems and integrating Big Data into Business Intelligence applications and dashboards are top priorities for many IT organizations. Oracle Database is fundamental to the success of IT projects like these, but what can customers anticipate next? Join Oracle Senior Vice President Andy Mendelsohn to learn how the latest innovations from Oracle Database Server Technologies can help accelerate IT projects, protect enterprise data, lower IT costs and add value to the business.

Joost Pronk 

CTO Oracle Solaris
Product Management
Oracle Corporation

Better. Faster. Smarter – Database. Java. Solaris. SPARC– Integrated Innovation from Oracle
November, 22nd | 11:00-11:45 am

Joost Pronk currently is the CTO for Oracle Solaris Product Management at Oracle, where he leads the team of product managers responsible for all the different Oracle Solaris areas. In the past he was the Virtualization Strategist where he worked on unifying and communicating Sun Microsystem's end to end virtualization strategy and offerings across desktops, servers, storage, networking. Previous to this role, Joost has been in Solaris product team for more than a decade driving product management for virtualization in the Solaris operating system. Joost is a frequent speaker at industry conferences for operating systems, virtualization, security, and systems management.

Jürgen Kunz

Senior Vice President -
responsible for ORACLE Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG and Technology Sales for Switzerland Northern Europe 

Powering innovation through simplifying IT
November, 20th | 09:00-09:45 am

Dr. Günter Unbescheid

Managing director
Database Consult GmbH

Session Keynote Database
November, 22nd | 10:00-10:45 am

Alexander Kornbrust

Managing director
Red-Database-Security GmbH

Best of Oracle Security 2012
November, 21st | 03:00-03:45 pm

Hermann Bär

Oracle Director
of Product Management
Oracle Corporation

Session Keynote Data Warehouse
November, 21st | 09:00-09:45 am


Frank Nimphius

Principal Product Manager
Application Development Tools
Oracle Corporation

Speed Dating Oracle JDeveloper 12c New Features
November, 20th | 12:00-12:45 pm

Oracle JDeveloper 12c is the new major release of the Oracle Java, Java EE and SOA IDE and the Application Development Framework (ADF). This session is a best-of-digest of new features added in Oracle JDeveloper 12c and JDeveloper 11g R2 for application developers to know what is new and possible in this latest and greatest release of Oracle JDeveloper.

Barry Mc Gillin

Oracle Corporation

Session-Keynote Development: What's New in Oracle SQL Developer
November, 21st | 01:00-01:45 pm

Presentation and product demonstration collide, resulting in a fun-packed session of exploring all the new features in Oracle's database IDE and data modeling tools. The session will also feature a sneak-peak into the latest features available in our Early Adopter edition.
(a)New feature overview of version 3.2 of Oracle SQL Developer
(b)New feature overview of version 3.2 of Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler
(c)Database copy and diff wizards for easy object management
(d)Upload and view data in the new Oracle Secure Cloud

Ed Burns

Consulting Member
of the Technical Staff,
Oracle Corporation

Session-Keynote Java: What's New in JSF - A Complete Tour of JSF 2.2
November, 20th | 12:00-12:45 pm

JavaServer Faces 2.2 continues the evolution of the Java EE standard user interface technology. Like previous releases, this iteration is very community-driven and transparent. This presentation discusses all the new features in JSF 2.2, grouped into buckets according to the importance of the feature.

Marc Sewtz

Senior Software Development
Manager Oracle Application Express (APEX)

Session-Keynote Development: Oracle Application Express (APEX) 4.2 New Features
Dienstag, 20.11. | 10:00-10:45 am

Application Express 4.2 is known as the "mobile release".  With Oracle Application Express 4.2, APEX has evolved into a modern and productive mobile development platform.  Via live demonstration, you will experience how easily you can optimize your own applications for mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets. But APEX 4.2 is so much more than mobile  With Oracle Application Express 4.2, APEX has been enhanced to be the underlying infrastructure of the Oracle Cloud Database service.  Via live demonstration, come learn about the plethora of new features in Application Express 4.2 which were driven by the development of the Oracle Cloud.  The areas to be covered include:
- Functionality
- Security
- Performance
- Architecture

Patrick Curran

Chair of the
Java Community Process (JCP),
Director of the JCP
Program Management Office,
ORACLE Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG

Session-Keynote Java: Restructuring the Java Community Process
November, 22nd | 09:00-09:45 am

The Java Community Process (JCP) plays a critical role in the evolution of Java.
This keynote will explain how the JCP is organized and how interested members of the Java community - commercial organizations, non-profits, Java user-groups, and individual developers - work together to advance the Java language and platforms. It will then discuss recent and upcoming changes to the JCP's structure and operating processes, and will explain how these changes ('') will make the organization more efficient and will ensure that its work is carried out in a more open and more transparent manner.