Fusion (SaaS) Cloud Applications: Automated and Flexible Setup Loading, Reporting and Compares

When:  Sep 21, 2022 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM (ET)
Using the right tools, you will deliver the right results each time and save time, cost and risk in the process. Working with complex enterprise systems such as the Fusion (SaaS) Cloud Applications requires a huge amount of configuration work to be performed and maintained over multiple environments (Dev / Test / UAT / Production). Basic implementation tools are provided but do not consider practical usage, lack clarity of reporting or consistency checking and require numerous loading mechanisms / user interfaces.

Join us for this presentation where we will take you through just how easy it can be, with the right tools, to work with the Cloud configuration settings and extract, transform, load, compare them across environments, entities, time and even the quarterly patch updates.

We will touch on the automated generation of MC050s, comparing settings across multiple Cloud environments, seeing the impacts of quarterly patch updates, loading targeted settings across environments, tracking who / what is making changes and user access / segregation of duties reporting etc. The session should be of interest to anyone working with the Oracle Fusion (SaaS) Cloud Applications.

Learning Objectives:
1. How to easily check the consistency of settings across multiple Cloud environments
2. How to load / migrate only the specific records you need
3. How to clearly see where quarterly patch updates have added or impacted Cloud settings

Educational Tracks:

Presented by:
@Gordon Halley - Business Development, ConfigSnapshot / Rookery Software ​​​​​​


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