The one-day conference, which is aimed at anyone in Scotland using or interested in using Oracle technology, will cover a wide range of topics, including Oracle E-Business Suite R12 upgrade case studies and specialist developer topics, as well as the forthcoming Fusion Apps.
"We are looking for not only our traditional attendees, but students who are interested in IT, others in the wider IT community, anyone who just wants to know what Oracle is all about," said UKOUG chairman Debra Lilley.
Leading Oracle experts, such as RAC (Real Application Clusters) expert Julian Dyke and ADF (Application Development Framework) specialist Grant Ronald, will also be on hand to provide updates on trends.
The event, which includes an evening social, is also an opportunity for Scotland-based Oracle users to network with each other.
The conference will take place at Oracle's, formerly Sun Microsystems', Scotland offices in Linlithgow.
Registration information about the free event can be found here.