Join us for INSYNC 21 – Quest’s brand-new virtual conference, exclusively for Oracle Database and Technology users.


At this event, AuraPlayer’s CEO Mia Urman, will be presenting a session called: From Cloud to Conversational: Transforming Your Oracle Forms.


Session Details:
Thursday, April 1, 2021
6:00 PM (IST)
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Session Overview

The death of Oracle Forms has been greatly exaggerated. Despite two decades of development, Forms is still the backbone of thousands of mission-critical applications worldwide. But where do our tried and true Forms stand while all systems are undergoing a user experience revolution or moving to the cloud? In this session, we will show how Oracle Forms is now a full member of Oracle’s cloud, mobile, and even Chat ecosystem. We will review the 4 ways that you can extend your existing Forms investments to the cloud, including:

1. “Lift-and-Shift” your Forms servers to Cloud Servers – OCI

2. Extending your applications using Oracle’s rapid development tool Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS)

3. Leveraging existing business logic through Chat interfaces using Digital Assistant cloud service

4. Doing DevOps using Developer Cloud Service. The answer to how to bring your Forms into the next generation will be revealed during this session. Along with live demos and Q&A.



• Learn how to future proof your Oracle Forms Applications

• Learn how easy it is to extend your forms applications to new user experiences using Oracle’s rapid development tool Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS)

• See how Oracle Forms can be leveraged in Cloud platforms including using Developer Cloud Service for DevOps


Register now to book your spot. Spaces are running out fast. 


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