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Tuesday, March 12
 

9:00am

Intelligent County and City
In this keynote, Jon Walton, the CIO of San Mateo County - where this conference is being held - will share his vision of use of Technology to make County and Cities more intelligent. Jon will share how technologies like AI, Mobile Solutions and IoT can improve the quality of life for residents and businesses. This will help the attendees understand what kind of Technologies and Solutions they can provide to the public sector.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Walton

Jon Walton

Chief Information Officer, County of San Mateo
Jon Walton’s passion is to look beyond the basics of traditional technology support. His vision of IT not only serves County employees, but also residents, visitors, and regional partners. Jon seeks to help bridge San Mateo County’s digital divide by bringing internet access to... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
7-Auditorium
  • Field 2 general

10:10am

Microservices Essentials: Kubernetes and its Eco system, Data and Tx Patterns
This session is the first of a two-part series. The promises of the microservices model include reduced complexity, a module-specific data model,greater scaling at service level, faster development (API-First, Events-First, Domain Driven Design) and deployment (blue/green, ...), fault isolation, and so. In this session, we walk you through the essentials of microservices including: containers, orchestration, security, monitoring, tracing, servless/functions; data and transaction patterns such as event source, CQRS, Sagas; the various standards and services of it's container-native platform's eco-system including the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Engine for Kubernetes, OCI Registry, other OCI services, the Open Service Broker, Event Broker, CloudEvents, Istio service mesh as well as Kiali, Prometheus, Zipkin, and Grafana; and the Java MicroProfile. A demo will put all these in action and perspective.

Speakers
avatar for Kuassi Mensah

Kuassi Mensah

Director Product Management, Oracle USA
Kuassi is Director of Product Management at Oracle. He covers the following product areas (i) Java connectivity to DB  (Cloud,  on-premises): JDBC, Async Db Access (ADBA),  in-place DB processing with embedded JVM  (ii) Zero downtime, multi-tenancy, and sharding for Java apps... Read More →
avatar for Paul Parkinson

Paul Parkinson

Cloud Developer - Transaction Processing Lead, Oracle Corporation
Microservices and Cloud Development  Specialties:  Microservices  Cloud Development Transaction      Processing High-Availability Distributed Systems Kubernetes along with cloud providers and related            technologies Oracle database including RAC Game Developme... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
4-Rm 105

11:15am

The Case for Distributed Ledger: Enterprise Blockchains in Production
Enterprises are adopting permissioned blockchains across many industries. We’ll review some of the more illuminating deployments in Financial Services, Transportation/Logistics, Global Trade, Supply Chain, e-Commerce and others and discuss their approaches, benefits, technical implementation and gaps that needed to be addressed. Joined by CargoSmart - a founding member of the Global Shipping Business Network, a maritime shipping consortium of leading ocean carriers and terminal operators, we’ll share how Oracle Blockchain Platform helped to accelerate the process from development to production, how governance and access control issues were addressed, integration approaches with existing systems and other enterprise needs. We’ll also discuss business outcomes and other lessons from the trenches.





Speakers
avatar for Mark Rakhmilevich

Mark Rakhmilevich

Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management, Oracle
Mark Rakhmilevich has worked with enterprises on distributed systems and transaction processing in banks, payments, telcos, insurance, and government for over 20 years. He is Senior Director of Blockchain Product Management and works on the Blockchain Cloud Service with Oracle PaaS... Read More →
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bhushan vaze

Sr Manager , Digital Products, CargoSmart


Tuesday March 12, 2019 11:15am - 12:05pm
4-Rm 105

1:10pm

Just do it! Learn how to query across Oracle Database, the Data Lake and Kafka
If you want to sit through another PowerPoint presentation - then this is not the right session for you. If you want to see how your existing applications that use Oracle SQL can now be extended with new insights - blending real time data from Kafka, unstructured data from your data lake and enterprise data from your Oracle Database - then this will be an interesting session! Oracle Big Data SQL is the enabling technology makes this possible - and we'll highlight new Big Data SQL capabilities that provide massively improved performance and deployment flexibility. Check out how it's done!

Speakers
avatar for Marty Gubar

Marty Gubar

Director PM, Oracle
I'm part of Oracle's big data product management team - with a key focus on Big Data SQL. I have a long history at Oracle - starting in the sales consulting organization - and then working in the BI, OLAP and Big Data PM groups


Tuesday March 12, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
6-Rm 203

2:30pm

Avoiding The Hidden Complexities of Stateful Microservices Development
This session is the second of a two-parts series. In this session, we walk you through the hidden complexities of microservices development and deployment then discusses the potential solutions. As independent entities, each microservice has its own dataset and data model, perhaps a no shared database. What are the operational trade-offs for sustaining global, large-scale, multi data modals and mission critical microservices based applications? Microservices need to make changes to their states/dataset and publish messages; how to guarantee the atomicity of database operations and Events? Business transactions span several microservices that each commit their own work; compensations ensure the consistency of distributed transactions (SAGAs). What if the database could furnish compensation aware data types? Want to modernize your monolithic applications into microservices? The session discusses and presents a tool for helping domain driven design and bounded contexts

Speakers
avatar for Dieter Gawlick

Dieter Gawlick

Architect, Oracle
With almost 50 years of experience in the IT industry I was seen and contributed to many areas, e.g., databases, transaction processing, workflow, event processing, messaging, and ML. Using ML, data (base) management systems are now able to study the structure of the data values... Read More →
avatar for Kuassi Mensah

Kuassi Mensah

Director Product Management, Oracle USA
Kuassi is Director of Product Management at Oracle. He covers the following product areas (i) Java connectivity to DB  (Cloud,  on-premises): JDBC, Async Db Access (ADBA),  in-place DB processing with embedded JVM  (ii) Zero downtime, multi-tenancy, and sharding for Java apps... Read More →
avatar for Paul Parkinson

Paul Parkinson

Cloud Developer - Transaction Processing Lead, Oracle Corporation
Microservices and Cloud Development  Specialties:  Microservices  Cloud Development Transaction      Processing High-Availability Distributed Systems Kubernetes along with cloud providers and related            technologies Oracle database including RAC Game Developme... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
4-Rm 105

3:35pm

BlockChain-Emerging Game Changer technology in Supply chain -demo
Blockchain is an easy record-keeping mechanism that makes it safer for business partners to work together over the cloud. It is being considered to be a game-changer for decentralizing infrastructure and building a trust layer for business logic. Some supply chains are already using this new technology, and experts suggest Blockchain could become a universal “supply chain operating system” before long (Spend Matters). This demo showcases how Oracle Blockchain Cloud can offer Blockchain infrastructure, REST proxy, admin console, smart contracts and all the bells and whistles required to setup and maintain a Blockchain network for Supply chain use cases in Anti-counterfeiting, End-to-End Logistics, financial transactions transparency, and data sharing inside a company.

Speakers
avatar for Khanchana Navakiran

Khanchana Navakiran

Regional Oracle Practice Leader, Infosys


Tuesday March 12, 2019 3:35pm - 4:05pm
3-Rm 104
 
Wednesday, March 13
 

10:05am

Self Optimization and Autonomy with IoT and AI/ML
Internet of Things (IoT) is capable of transforming our personal, public and business experiences. Despite its potential and substantial market attention with more than 450 IoT specific solutions, news on IoT hasn’t been great with research reports suggesting failure of 75% of IoT projects. In this session, we discuss state of the IoT market with specifics of IoT solutions that address devices, data, and automation. Furthermore, we showcase the missing elements of the IoT solutions and discuss self optimization and autonomy as essential features of IoT’s success. We discuss architectural and artificial intelligence and machine learning elements of these essential IoT solution features with a demo of Oracle IoT applications.

Speakers
avatar for Nickolas Kavantzas

Nickolas Kavantzas

Chief Architect, Oracle Inc.
Mr. Kavantzas is Chief Technologist, focusing in product vision, strategy, definition and architecture in the IoT and Big/Real-time Data Analytics (Apache Spark, Kafka, NoSQL, Oracle RDBMS, Cloud) space.In the past, Mr. Kavantzas worked in Oracle’s Security & Identity Management... Read More →
avatar for Viji Krishnamurthy

Viji Krishnamurthy

Sr. Director - Product Management, Oracle
Viji Krishnamurthy manages IoT analytics products in Oracle IoT group. She holds a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Northwestern University and as a data scientist, she has helped to optimize product quality, supply chain and pricing. Viji has also managed IoT platforms and analytics... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 10:05am - 10:55am
4-Rm 105

11:10am

Blockchain in a global step towards sustainability
As management thinker Peter Drucker has said “you can’t manage what you can’t measure” and as we hear a public cry for triple bottom line financials, it's time to get serious about all three bottom lines. Blockchain technology can provide the world with a measurable and traceable way to agree upon what data we care about and place controls in systems as to create non manipulatable measurements.



Speakers
avatar for Emma Haney

Emma Haney

Student, Seattle Pacific University
Bachelor of Arts in both Accounting and International Business Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA •Major GPA 3.85 Study Abroad Business and Language Courses University of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain August 2017 •SIELE certified, Spanish Intermediate Proficiency Audit Associate(Coming... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:10am - 11:25am
3-Rm 104

11:25am

Manufacturing Management with Digital Twin
Manufacturing management with process digital twin is poised to be ubiquitous in future. Emerging technologies such as artifical intelligene (AI) and Mixed Reality not just result in better KPI’s but also bridge the gap between the shop floor and top-floor. Decentralized manufacturing marketplaces would be a necessity to accommodate small manufacturing enterprises and individual additive manufacturers. Digital process twins play a crucial role in integrating these technological aspects and systematizing the flow of information and physical goods. IoT devices and smart contracts together can supplant the current ERP systems and eliminate the need of clerical data entry tasks and proof reading. For instance, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) may track and record on a distributed ledger the breakdown and maintenance data of a type of machine sold to different customers. An AI agent can learn from one machine’s breakdown conditions and avoid it happening in other machines.

Speakers
avatar for Nabeel Mehdi

Nabeel Mehdi

Graduate Student, North Carolina State University
Nabeel is a digital architect with over 5 year’s work experience in manufacturing and supply chain operations across UAE, India and US. He is currently pursuing MS in Industrial & Systems engineering from North Carolina State University (NCSU) and is research assistant at the Data... Read More →
avatar for Atin Angrish

Atin Angrish

PhD Candidate, North Carolina State University
PhD scholar @ NC State University specializing in deep learning for information retrieval in manufacturing domain and blockchain applications for the supply chain tracking. I am currently funded on an NSF grant working towards development of multimodal search techniques involving... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:25am - 11:40am
3-Rm 104
  • Field 2 general

11:40am

Blockchain: An Opportunity to Improve Financial Reporting
In the years since its creation, blockchain has shown its promise in disrupting how industries handle transactions. In this presentation, we seek to show how blockchain and smart contracts are more than technologies for recording and ensuring exchange of value between two parties. These emerging technologies represent a way to strengthen the controls over reporting for financial information exchanged between a company and its shareholders. This presentation discusses the use of smart contracts in a revenue recognition and supply chain context. Proposed is an application in which smart contracts record financial data in an immutable blockchain ledger when all requirements for recognition are met. A model for corporate governance will highlight how the use of this technology can provide accurate financial information, strengthening the foundation for investor confidence in capital markets.

Speakers
avatar for Jacob Lewtan

Jacob Lewtan

Deloitte
Jacob Lewtan graduated with a Master’s of Accounting from Bryant University in 2018. Through the duration of his Master’s program he grew an interest in how to ensure the integrity of financial data. Working with Dr. Saeed Roohani, Jacob authored a research paper detailing how... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 11:40am - 11:55am
3-Rm 104

1:00pm

IoT Customer Panel
In this moderated IoT Panel including customers, practitioners and PM, we will discuss various aspects of Internet of Things - Platform and Applications on Oracle Cloud, Customer Case Studies of IoT and emerging use cases. Topics include the use of Digital Twin and Interoperability, industrial manufacturing, connected car and transportation and Supply chain and Logistics.

This session will include Panelists from GE, Honeywell, L&T,  Intel, L&T and Oracle
Gary Crisci, Principal Architect at GE
Maria Schwenger, VP DevSecOps & Strategy at Honeywell Connected Enterprise
Karen Perry, Chief Industrial IoT Architect at Intel
Sameer Joshi, IoT Strategy at L&T
Jai Suri, IoT Product Management at Oracle


Moderator - Shyam V Nath, Oracle - Author of the Book: Architecting the Industrial Internet                               (https://www.packtpub.com/application-development/architecting-industrial-internet)

Speakers
avatar for Shyam Varan Nath

Shyam Varan Nath

Director IoT and Cloud, Oracle
Shyam V Nath is author of the book titled Architecting the Industrial Internet. He is Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Certified Architect. He specializes in IoT, Blockchain and Big Data Analytics for industry domains like Industrial Manufacturing, Aviation and Healthcare. Shyam... Read More →
avatar for Karen Perry

Karen Perry

Chief IoT Architect, Intel
avatar for Maria Schwenger

Maria Schwenger

VP of DevSecOps & Strategy, Honeywell
Maria is an innovative DevSecOps Leader responsible to implement the vision of modern DevSecOps and support the transformation of Honeywell from industrial to a software-industrial company supporting areas like IOT, AI, and Big Data Analytics.Competences: IOT, AI, DevOps for IOT... Read More →
avatar for Gary Crisci

Gary Crisci

Principle Architect, General Electric
Gary Crisci is a Senior Financial Systems Leader and Oracle ACE Director with over 20 years of finance and IT experience, specializing in enterprise management software systems. During his career, Gary has held various positions as a consultant and industry professional working for... Read More →
avatar for Sameer Joshi

Sameer Joshi

IoT, Strategy and Management, Larsen &Toubro / LTI
Experienced leader in IOT strategy, product management, program management, global deployment, change management, building partner ecosystem, and go-to-market strategy. Would love to connect with you if you have any IOT related problem to solve.
avatar for Jai Suri

Jai Suri

Sr. Director, Product Management, Oracle
Jai is Senior Director of Product Management, responsible for product strategy and technical roadmap of the Internet of Things (IoT) cloud offerings from Oracle. Jai leads definition of vision and product strategy for IoT at Oracle leveraging cloud and predictive analytics solutions... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
6-Rm 203

2:20pm

Optimize Asset Maintenance with Machine Learning
Maximizing asset uptime is the main goal of large scale asset managers. To achieve that, asset managers typically adopt a maintenance program that helps them to maintain acceptable levels of performance across their assets. Maintenance programs are a double-edged sword: the cost can increase tremendously if assets are maintained too frequently or too seldom. Frequently executed maintenance causes unnecessary maintenance downtime and seldom executed maintenance results in unexpected asset failures and undesirable business disruption. Optimizing the maintenance program is one of the key business decisions an asset manager makes. In this talk, we discuss maintenance programs in large scale asset management businesses and showcase how artificial intelligence and machine learning-based optimization using assets' IoT and maintenance data help to maximize asset uptime and minimize the overall asset operational cost.

Speakers
avatar for Viji Krishnamurthy

Viji Krishnamurthy

Sr. Director - Product Management, Oracle
Viji Krishnamurthy manages IoT analytics products in Oracle IoT group. She holds a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Northwestern University and as a data scientist, she has helped to optimize product quality, supply chain and pricing. Viji has also managed IoT platforms and analytics... Read More →
avatar for Lee Sacco

Lee Sacco

Senior Director, Applications Development, Oracle
Lee Sacco is Senior Director of Applications Development in Oracle's Supply Chain Applications group, working with maintenance, repair and reverse logistics solutions for Fusion Cloud and E-Business Suite. He has been with Oracle for nearly two decades, having previously worked with... Read More →
avatar for Jai Suri

Jai Suri

Sr. Director, Product Management, Oracle
Jai is Senior Director of Product Management, responsible for product strategy and technical roadmap of the Internet of Things (IoT) cloud offerings from Oracle. Jai leads definition of vision and product strategy for IoT at Oracle leveraging cloud and predictive analytics solutions... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 2:20pm - 3:10pm
1-Rm 102 350 Oracle Parkway, Redwood City, CA, United States

2:20pm

Digital Supply Chain Transformation with IoT and AI
Competitive pressures in today’s business require real-time visibility and responsiveness to provide desired product, employee and customer experiences. To achieve such levels of interaction and proactive decisions, businesses need to move into more cohesive processes as opposed to silo-ed applications. In this talk, we demonstrate how Oracle Supply Chain and IoT applications work through Digital Thread integrations to provide efficient employee experience thereby enabling them to deliver market leading customer and product experiences. Via a hyper-personalized product manufacturing demo, we will show how various functions of supply chain benefits from IoT and AI to deliver the benefits of digital transformation.

Speakers
avatar for Sunil Kunisetty

Sunil Kunisetty

Senior Director of Software Development, Oracle
Sunil Kunisetty is an Oracle veteran of 20+ years. Currently, he is a SeniorDirector responsible for the development of IoT Applications & Cloud Service.In this role, in addition to having full oversight and purview of the product development,he also helps with overall architecture... Read More →
avatar for Jasper Potts

Jasper Potts

IoT & Blockchain Architect, Oracle
I'm a creative engineer, working at the intersection of design, business, and engineering. Relishing creating amazing things that wow people and shift industries.Intuitive and instinctive problem-solving skills. Amazing eye for detail and passion to always build great things that... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 2:20pm - 3:10pm
3-Rm 104
  • Field 2 general

4:30pm

Spatial & Graph... & Blockchain! The future of Proof of Location With Oracle
A new world with consensus-driven maps and crypto-spatial coordinates is emerging. Find out more and see how to embrace the change by leveraging Oracle cloud services such as Big Data Spatial & Graph and Blockchain. Learn about Blockchain use-cases and their benefits in terms of location and maps and see examples of how to embrace these benefits in your organization - we will look into relevant cases for both private and public sector.


Speakers
avatar for Axel Bronder

Axel Bronder

Solution Engineer, Oracle
Axel Bronder is an established presenter in the Scandinavian Spatial community and a rising voice in the Blockchain world. As an IT professional he strives to leverage new technologies to create a better life for all. With international experience, Axel has a history of successful... Read More →


Wednesday March 13, 2019 4:30pm - 5:00pm
3-Rm 104
 
Thursday, March 14
 

9:50am

Semantic Middleware - the Cornerstone of Your Next IT
Knowledge Graphs (KG) have recently been acknowledged as a critical innovation by leading industry analysts to providing an efficient IT stack and bringing AI to the next level. An RDF-based KG is an efficient means of harmonizing heterogeneous data environments, providing a multi-dimensional index and unified data gateway. Vertices modeled in RDF are referenceable to human and machine agents by standardized URIs. As entities may be explored with high precision within their context, they become first-class information citizens where today's access is mainly document based. While Knowledge Graphs have been adopted by the fastest-growing companies of the last decade, some still find it a challenge. PoolParty Semantic Suite provides an easy start and helps to smoothen the adoption of KGs. Connecting to Oracle Database 18c and Oracle Spatial and Graph, PoolParty facilitates a supervised self-learning system that helps to build an Enterprise Knowledge Graph efficiently and automate the process greatly.

Speakers
avatar for Sebastian Gabler

Sebastian Gabler

Head of Sales, Semantic Web Company
Originally trained as Recording Producer with a diploma degree from Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), Sebastian pursues a career in archive- and information management for over 15 years, after spending 5 years in music production for Radio, TV and Recording industry. Sebastian... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 9:50am - 10:15am
2-Rm 103

1:30pm

Emerging Technologies Panel
This Panel will discuss the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and its Case Studies of the adopters of Oracle Cloud - IaaS and PaaS. The Panel will consist of Oracle Enterprise Cloud Architects and Practitioners who are using Oracle Cloud / OCI services like ADW, to solve real world solutions, or hosting other Enterprise Applications on OCI. This will be a Moderated Panel, allowing attendees to pose their own scenarios for OCI as well as ask the Panelists questions. Emerging Technology Use Cases using AI/ML, IoT and Blockchain will be showcased as well.

Speakers
avatar for Shyam Varan Nath

Shyam Varan Nath

Director IoT and Cloud, Oracle
Shyam V Nath is author of the book titled Architecting the Industrial Internet. He is Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Certified Architect. He specializes in IoT, Blockchain and Big Data Analytics for industry domains like Industrial Manufacturing, Aviation and Healthcare. Shyam... Read More →
avatar for Christopher Gay

Christopher Gay

Technology Lead, Cox Automotive
avatar for Susan R Wyant

Susan R Wyant

Enterprise Technology Program Delivery, Borg Analytics
Susan is a data and analytics technology leader with over 20 years of experience in strategies and implementations across a wide range of industries. She’s transformed multiple professional services practices and global clients: building teams, methodologies, and market strategies... Read More →
avatar for Jayant Thomas

Jayant Thomas

Head of AI & ML Learning, Veritas
Jayant Thomas(JT) is a Engineering Manager at GE Digital working on How Microservices is applied to solve industrial IoT solutions targeting big machines.He is extremely passionate about IoT and Cloud based software and has presented in numerous conferences and meetups.
avatar for Siddesh C Prabhu

Siddesh C Prabhu

OCI Solutions Engineer, Oracle
Oracle Cloud Solutions Hub


Thursday March 14, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
3-Rm 104

2:30pm

Using Blockchain and Analytics to Counter Opioid Crisis
The opioid crisis is deadly and costly.The CDC reports that each day, more than 130 people die from opioid drug overdose and the 2018 national average life expectancy decreased due to opioid drug overdoses in combination with other key factors. We have developed a solution consisting of multiple use-cases in the areas of prescription misuse, counterfeiting and effective treatment by using emerging technologies in the cloud to contain the spread of the opioid crisis and to deliver treatment to those addicted. Using Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service and Oracle Analytics Cloud, we’ve developed an end to end solution that can systematically enable government, hospitals, and pharmaceutical leaders to contain the opioid crisis, assist those who are addicted, and to analyze data that can inform leaders where to optimally employ resources. Oracle’s Cloud provides the best environment to host an enterprise level solution like the one that this one requires.










Speakers
avatar for Ranajoy Bose

Ranajoy Bose

Solution Engineering Manager, Oracle
Ranajoy Bose is a Solution Engineering manager of the Analytics Pillar based out of the Oracle Cloud Solution Hub in Bangalore. He has more than 12 years of rich experience in Business Intelligence, Analytics and Data-warehousing across various verticals and geographies, with market... Read More →
avatar for Deepali Saraswat

Deepali Saraswat

Solution Engineer, Oracle
Deepali has an extensive experience of 4+ Years in IT Industry with 3+ Years in Blockchain, with expertise on Oracle Blockchain Platform and Hyperledger Fabric. She has worked on more than 20 Blockchain POC’s, including Federal Customers.She is certified Blockchain Developer from... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
3-Rm 104