Processes, performance, and possibilities—easily analyze Oracle applications - PITSS - Oracle Forms Upgrade, Forms to ADF, Forms to APEX, Migration
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Wednesday, January 25, 2017 10am – 11am EST

Processes, performance, and possibilities – easily analyze Oracle applications

Sharpen your view of the processes in your application. Get a new overview of your Forms or PL/SQL-based application.

Each application you use contains a lot of technical and business knowledge. Departments’ requirements have been implemented and rejected for years. At a certain point, the question arises whether to invest in new technologies or expand the existing application. Instead of considering only the source code, it makes a lot more sense to look at the processes that should support your application.

In this free webinar you will learn:

• How to identify processes within your application
• Where to find application hotspots that cause risks or performance issues
• How you can generate and optimize test scenarios during Forms development

Watch the free Webinar!

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
10am-11am EST (US)
3pm-4pm GMT (UK)

We’ll also look at some other questions that might be relevant for your team in a constantly developing process:
● How are the required processes mapped in the application?
● Is this implementation still valid?
● What features do users need and in which context do they use those features?
● Which trash areas can be removed easily?
● Where are application hotspots that cause insecure maintenance tasks?
● Where can the performance be improved?
● Where in the application can I improve the user’s value the most?
● Where can I use refactoring to ensure better maintainability and performance?
● How are data lineage and data governance visualized for the entire application?
● Which components need to be considered when modernizing parts of the application, e.g., for mobile devices or for a new technology?

We’ll also show you how to analyze existing applications efficiently and which valuable conclusions you can draw from these analyses.

This type of process analysis provides valuable results through the creation of real test data for unit testing and ensuring test coverage in your QA infrastructure.

After successful registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail from PITSS Webinars.

We look forward to your participation!



Stephan La Rocca,
Business Development Manager, PITSS GmbH