Recording Date: January 19, 2021, at 1:00 pm ETDuration: 60 minutesAbstract:"If you perform a task more than once, it should be automated." – Renowned Computer Scientist, Cheese Enthusiast, and Frequent Donor to NPR Pledge Drive. VirasoneAutomation is a key technology necessary for improving quality of service, productivity, and efficient use of human resources. Manufacturing and many other industries have been using robots for repetitive tasks for decades. As DBAs for Oracle EBS and Oracle Database, we have software bots for the same purpose.Learning Objectives:* Join this webinar to learn the various areas of databases and applications where software bot automation can make a measurable difference. * We’ll discuss seven in particular that have been the most valuable in reducing the daily workload of our own DBAs and customers.Educational Tracks:- #E-BusinessSuite - #DatabasePresenter:Vie Daranouvong, DatavailVie has more than 27 years of experience in the IT industry, starting with Software Development, transitioning to Oracle Database Administration, and settling as an Oracle EBS Database Administrator. He has an extensive background in production support with a focus on Oracle applications and databases. His specialties include software development, installation, maintenance, migration, upgrades, patching, cloning, modeling/architecture, assessments, capacity planning, backup and recovery, performance tuning, operational efficiency, and automation.
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