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Issue #6/2017


In issue #6, learn more about "IT infrastructure in South Africa" and meet Moby Dock, the Docker whale. Find out more about the Polish Oracle User Group, the future of the Database Administrator, the Oracle Messaging Cloud Service and much more!

Issue #5/2017


The fifth issue is dedicated to futuristic work environments, Linux penguin Tux, EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the anatomy of a geek and Parallel NFS. Bonus: A video tour of Oracle’s Engineered Systems production site, cool infographics and more.

Issue #4/2017


The fourth edition of ORAWORLD Magazine focuses on how Oracle user groups use Twitter and Facebook, @TrumpDBA, 40 years of Oracle, Duke the Java Mascot, debugging APEX and the Bulgarian OUG.



Issue #3/2016


Issue number three of ORAWORLD Magazine revolves around the European Oracle User Groups, debugging in APEX, Oracle Database 12.2 Release 2, the origin of the MySQL Dolphin and Oracle Open World 2016.

Issue #2/2016


The second edition of ORAWORLD eMagazine is dedicated to Java EE, Next Generation IT, Tajikistan OUG Live Up to Their Slogan, Harmony Conference and BGOUG Conference. Also, get to know Heli from Finland in our interview.

Issue #1/2016


Premiere edition of OraWorld eMagazine focusing on the subjects: Forms 12c, Collaborate, Women in IT, ITOUG, APEX #letswreckthistogether and much more. 




Some of our authors

Ami Aharonovich

The president of the Israel Oracle User Group (ILOUG) has been the initiator and Chief Editor of the EOUC Newsletter, a sort of previous version of Oraworld. 

Dr. Dietmar Neugebauer

The former executive chairman of the German user Group (DOAG) dedicated himself  to the flawless realization of the OraWorld Magazine project.



Upcoming deadlines for authors

Issue 7/2017: October 6, 2017

Click here to download our guidelines for the submission of articles and/or events.






About us...

ORAWORLD Magazine is a product of EOUC, the EMEA Oracle Usergroup Community.  With this medium, more than 20 user groups take the opportunity of sharing information about the Oracle cosmos worldwide. Before launching its eMagazine project, EOUC published a monthly newsletter containing various news, dates of events, event reviews etc.

The newsletter functioned as a platform for all user group members of EOUC to publish their content in a central medium. With OraWorld Magazine, this platform is enhancing even further.