Last week Oracle released a Statement of Direction (SOD) for Oracle Business Intelligence Analytics (OBIA). The message from Oracle to their Customers is clear; Move away from OBIA 7.9.6.x and move to OBIA 11g, either in the Cloud or On Premise. Let us have a look what the actual message is. Find below a picture would find in a…Read more Statement of Direction for Oracle Business Intelligence Analytics (OBIA)
For those of you who are familiar with the Oracle BI SampleApp V406, it might not be a secret. The online version has been offline since a couple of weeks / months. This due to the fact that the online SampleApp has to comply with Oracle Security Rules. @rmoff @Nephentur Public urls to OBIEE SampleApp…Read more Where is the online Oracle BI SampleApp V406?
I often see OBIEE RPD’s which are developed via “Drag ‘n Drop”. If you know what you are doing this hasn’t necessarily have to be a problem. It becomes a problem if you do not know what you are doing. Especially dragging and dropping multiple tables together can give you additional ‘functionality’, which you do…Read more Don’t forget the Logical Layer
Last week Oracle OpenWorld 2014 took place in San Francisco. I did not have the pleasure to attend this event. thanks to the Social Media and the World Wide Web you could be able to follow the highlights. If we check out the Keynote of Thomas Kurian, we can learn that there are three Major Trends; Big…Read more Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is over – What’s next?
A few months ago I wrote a blogpost about the Oracle Reference Architecture for Information Management. There is a new Oracle Big Data Information Management Reference Architecture online now. If you want to find out more about Oracle’s Big Data Information Management Reference Architecture please check the below links: Big Data Information Management Reference Architecture Oracle Information Management Architecture…Read more Oracle Big Data Information Management Reference Architecture