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Oracle Applications Magazines

This post contains details of the various Oracle Applications Magazines that are in production.

Having consulted in Oracle Applications for the past 3 years I am always keen to read any articles and papers I can get my hands on relating to Oracle Apps. I also write quite a few articles myself so obviously I was keen to find magazines to write for. In this post I’ve tried to mention only those mags that have a functional or non-technical orientation.

Oracle Scene

Scene is the Official Magazine of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG). It is produced quarterly and has a circulation of about 1,600. They accept articles from any region or continent in the categories of Business and Management, Applications and Technical (DBA and Developer). If you would like to share an interesting implementation experience or impart some knowledge that may benefit other users, then please visit the links below. Should your article be accepted for publication you will be sent a complimentary issue of the magazine. The Magazine is produced on a quarterly basis and is free if you are a member of the UKOUG. The User Group offers an annual subscription for additional copies of Oracle Scene to all members and nominated contacts for £20.00 each, and to Non Members for £40.00.

OAUG Insight

This is the official magazine of the Oracle Applications User Group. It is produced on a quarterly basis and in order to receive it you will need to be a member of the OAUG. As far as I know the magazine accepts unsolicited articles - you just need to contact the editor.


This is a quarterly publication which always makes a good read, especially if you need to keep up with what’s happening in the Oracle World. The content is more high level and tends to contain a lot of marketing material since it is an official publication of Oracle. Unfortunately they do not accept unsolicited articles, however, it is free! You can read it online, access magazine archives or subscribe to Profit here

If any readers know of any other Oracle


Magazines that are in production, drop me a mail or add the details as a comment to this post.

Posted by Richard Byrom on 07/07 at 03:55 AM

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