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2019-06-25 14:15:002019-06-25 15:15:00Europe/AmsterdamOMG! That’s Not in the Books: The Dark Arts of FDMEE & DM (Kscope19)Seattle, Washington Attend ODTUG Kscope19 and learn from inlumi's Integration lead, Francisco Amores, in his session about data integration in FDMEE.Seattle, WashingtonInlumi[email protected]
25 June 2019 Seattle, Washington
Attend ODTUG Kscope19 and learn from inlumi’s Master Data Management and Integration lead, Francisco Amores, in his session about data integration in FDMEE.
We all know that the administration guides are a good starting point to learn how to use a product. But is everything written in them? Dark arts are not taught in books. I have been writing my own magic potions for many years, and it is a pleasure to be able to show you some dark magic in FDMEE.
The cloud is already a reality which increasingly takes center stage in our data integrations solutions. That’s why we won’t forget about it, and we will share the best tips and tricks with you. You will also see new Data Integration SUI!
If you would like to discover the best spells for your data integration requirements, this is undoubtedly your platform 9¾. We wait for you!
About the speaker
Francisco Amores is the domain lead for Master Data Management and EPM integration at inlumi group, bringing to his role over eight years of experience as an EPM integration specialist, with a total of nine years in consulting services. Prior to inlumi, Francisco’s responsibilities included EPM integration architect consulting, leading and implementing integration projects, facilitating project quality assurance, and delivering training for EPM integration tools (ODI, FDM, FDMEE). Client companies included Oracle, ING Insurance, Pirelli, and Sanofi Aventis. Francisco holds a degree in computer engineering from the University of Malaga and the University of Bedfordshire, with a degree in project management from the University of Malaga.
Francisco joined the Oracle ACE community in October 2015.
ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. Individuals from over 30 different countries gather in June each year to learn, share technical content, network, and have fun with like-minded professionals.