OTN LAD Tour 2013 – Expertos de Oracle en Quito

Posted by Paola Pullas | Posted in Noticias | Posted on 28-06-2013

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,


Fecha: Lunes 15 de Julio de 2013
Lugar: Hotel Sheraton
Horario: 8h00 a 18h00
Inscripciones: Llamando al 6037651 / 6037652 o escribiendo a paola.pullas@ecuoug.org / mariajose.vela@ecuoug.org

OTN Tour 2012 – 4,5,6 de Julio de 2012 Quito Ecuador

Posted by Paola Pullas | Posted in Entrenamiento, Noticias, Oracle | Posted on 31-05-2012

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,


En 30 días Ecuador tendrá al evento de tecnología más grande e importante realizado durante el año. Tendremos 3 días de conocimiento distribuídos entre el 4 y 6 de Julio en la Universidad de las Américas en la sede ubicada en la Av. de los Granados y Colimes esq, Quito – Ecuador.

Lo invitamos a inscribirse en nuestra página web http://www.ecuoug.org/otn12.

Charles Philips Resigns as President of Oracle

Posted by Paola Pullas | Posted in Noticias | Posted on 06-09-2010

Tags: , ,


According to a communicate published in http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Charles-Phillips-Resigns-as-President-of-Oracle-NASDAQ-ORCL-1314228.htm Charles Philips resigns as President of Oracle Corporation.

Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) today announced that Charles Phillips has resigned his position as President and as a member of the board of directors.

“Charles has evolved our field culture toward a more customer-centric organization and improved our top line consistency through a period of tremendous change and growth,” said Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. “When Charles approached me last December and expressed his desire to transition out of the company, I asked him to stay on through the Sun integration which has gone well. We will miss his talent and leadership, but I respect his decision.”

“I want to thank Larry Ellison and the Oracle Board of Directors for the tremendous opportunity to be a part of an important and winning team for the last 29 quarters,” said Phillips. “It has been an honor to work with them, Safra Catz, and the thousands of Oracle employees around the world who are committed to delivering high quality products and services to customers, and to be a part of one of the most innovative companies on the planet.”

Paola Pullas’s Oracle Magazine Interview

Posted by Paola Pullas | Posted in Noticias, Opinión, Oracle | Posted on 24-08-2010

Tags: , , , , , , ,


Oracle Magazine Interview published at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/oramag/2010/10-sep/o50upclose-165467.html


As Published In
Oracle Magazine
September/October 2010

Stronger Together
By Jeff Erickson

A growing Ecuadorian user group builds ties with its Latin American neighbors.

Paola Pullas knows how to do a lot with a little. With the nearest Oracle corporate office in neighboring Colombia and user group members spread across a geographically diverse nation, Pullas, president of the Ecuador Oracle Users Group (ECUOUG), is helping to forge a single Oracle user group that can attract top speakers and make its voice heard.

ECUOUG represents more than 200 corporate members in the country’s major industries, including mining, construction, and telecommunications, as well as agricultural production of crops such as bananas, cocoa, and flowers. “We have three main telecommunications companies in Ecuador, and all of them are members of our group,” says Pullas. “But there are many smaller businesses, such as in our flower industry, that are coming to us.”

Across the Stack

The group holds as many as 12 meetings a year, mostly in Quito, Ecuador’s capital city, and mostly on subjects such as Oracle Database, Oracle WebLogic Server, and Oracle JDeveloper. But the group is expanding to support other parts of the technology stack. “We’ve found that lots of midsize companies in Ecuador use [Oracle’s] JD Edwards, and many of our members use [Oracle’s] PeopleSoft and Siebel,” says Pullas. “We are in the process of launching an applications user group within ECUOUG.”

With Oracle’s acquisition of Sun, ECUOUG is also reaching out to Sun users through a new Sun special interest group and is working with an existing Java user group to fold it into ECUOUG. “As a small country, we want to bring all Oracle users, Sun, applications, Java, and tech under one roof,” says Pullas.

With members dotted across Ecuador, the ECUOUG community has become adept at using social media to communicate. The group is easy to find and follow on Facebook, Twitter, and Oracle Mix. Its blog, at ecuoug.org, was the online foundation from which the current user group was formed, and it is still a great place to keep up with Oracle technologists in Ecuador. “We organize our live event each month to share experiences and network because we want to cover all the subjects and we want this community to stay together,” says Pullas. “In between events, we go online to share tutorials, tips, and news.”

Banding Together

On the heels of a successful Oracle OpenWorld conference in São Paulo, Brazil, in 2009, the Latin American user group community began working together to keep the momentum going. User group leaders organized a Latin American user group council, with each member country providing a board member. Pullas is the board member from Ecuador. Current member countries include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and Ecuador.

For 2010 the group has organized what Pullas calls a Latin American Oracle Technology Network tour. The plan, says Pullas, is for smaller countries to hold their annual meetings in quick succession so that top speakers can make a swing through Latin America and visit several user groups along the way. Top Oracle ACEs from the U.S. and Europe and speakers from Oracle Consulting are expected to make the trip—even Oracle architect and Oracle Magazine columnist Tom Kyte is on the bill in some countries. Ecuador’s event is scheduled for October. “We are now working like one big integrated community,” says Pullas. “We know that Latin American technologists are a big presence in the Oracle world, and this community will be a voice for sharing our experiences with members in neighboring countries and with Oracle.”

Project Oracle Open World

Posted by Paola Pullas | Posted in Noticias | Posted on 20-08-2010

Tags: , , , , ,


In one month we are going to attend at Moscone Center in San Francisco to the Oracle Open World 2010 from September 19 to 23.

In order to collaborate with Oracle Community around the world we are going to post one technical article per day until Oracle Open World starts.

Autor: Paola Pullas

Welcome My Oracle Support

Posted by Paola Pullas | Posted in Noticias, Oracle | Posted on 05-11-2009

Tags: , ,


A continuación transcribimos algunos puntos a tomar en cuenta durante el período de transición hacia My Oracle Support:

Oracle Global Customer Support is pleased to announce that My Oracle Support—Oracle’s next-generation support platform—will be upgraded beginning this weekend, November 6-8, 2009, to become the single online support platform for all Oracle products. At that time, Classic MetaLink will retire.

Summary of Changes

During the upgrade period, My Oracle Support will be temporarily unavailable; however, Global Customer Support will be accessible via telephone for your Service Request needs. Please be advised that the upgrade will impact your current login credentials, Service Request (SR) history, and assigned SR numbers as follows:

  • Simplified Login: The authentication process for My Oracle Support will be simplified. Now only one login—your Oracle Single Sign-On (SSO)—will be required, enabling access to multiple Oracle Web sites. If you have not yet established an SSO login, please refer to the “Use Your Single Sign On” section below.

  • Service Request History: SRs which are currently “open” and those “closed” within the last six months will migrate to My Oracle Support in their entirety. Those SRs closed more than six months ago and within the last two years will migrate also, displaying header information only.

  • Assigned Service Request Numbers: A new tracking number with a prefix of 2 (i.e. 2-xxxxxxx) will be assigned to each “open” and “closed” migrated SR. Those SRs created in My Oracle Support after the upgrade will be assigned a prefix of 3 (3-xxxxxxx). The original SR number will be listed in the “Legacy SR” field within the Service Request.

During System Downtime

  • Beginning at approximately 2:00 p.m. Pacific time on Friday, November 6, 2009, My Oracle Support will be unavailable throughout the weekend and until the upgrade is complete. Also, we anticipate that Classic MetaLink will be unavailable beginning Friday, November 6, at approximately 2:00 p.m. Pacific time; however, we expect this outage to be limited. Once Classic MetaLink is back in service, it will be available in read only mode until it is retired at the end of the upgrade period.

  • Classic MetaLink functions such as SR Query, Knowledge Base, Patches & Updates, and Certify will be available during this read-only period. You will need to use your existing Classic MetaLink username and password to access the customer portal.

  • Should you need assistance with any Service Requests during the downtime associated with the upgrade, Global Customer Support will be available via telephone.

Use Your Single Sign-On (SSO) to Log In to My Oracle Support

  • Upon completion of the upgrade, https://metalink.oracle.com will redirect you automatically to the new My Oracle Support site at https://support.oracle.com, which you may begin using at that time. Please note that you must log in with your SSO account to access My Oracle Support. Classic MetaLink will no longer be available.

  • If you have not yet created an Oracle Single Sign-On account, we recommend that you log in to https://metalink.oracle.com prior to November 6, where you will be automatically prompted to create a new SSO login using your email address.

Esperamos tomen en cuenta estas recomendaciones del equipo de soporte de Oracle Corporation.

Autor: Paola Pullas
Vía: Oracle