Trying to understand the Oracle Reference Architecture for Information Management

Last month I have been attending the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. In the wrap-up I mentioned a presentation by Andrew Bond & Stewart Bryson. They had a very nice presentation about the Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture. This needed some further investigation from my part. This blogpost is a first summary of the information I found online so far. There is […]

RittmanMead BI Forum 2014 – Wrap – up

Last week I was (again) one of the lucky ones to join the Rittman Mead BI Forum 2014. This year we were served with a 3-day program. Just like the other years the program was varied. Varied in subjects  (Oracle BI EE, Oracle Endeca, Aggregation Persistence, Big Data, Oracle Exalytics, Oracle BI Cloud,  Oracle Information […]

RM BI Forum 2014 Notes – Day II

RM BI Forum 2014 Notes – Day II Find below some notes, links, etc regarding day I of the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. These are just some notes and it’s by no means a re-cap of the complete presentations. Check the RittmanMead blog after the Atlanta edition of the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. They will post all […]

RM BI Forum 2014 Notes – Day I

RM BI Forum 2014 Notes – Day I Find below some notes, links, etc regarding day I of the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. These are just some notes and it’s by no means a re-cap of the complete presentations. Check the RittmanMead blog after the Atlanta edition of the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. They will post all […]

RM BI Forum 2014 Notes – Cloudera Hadoop Masterclass

The Rittman Mead BI Forum started off with a one-day Hadoop Masterclass, provided by Lars George.  As he messaged us the day before we have learned what Hadoop is all about, what its major components are, how to acquire, processes and provide data as part of a production data processing pipeline. To that effect, Lars advised that […]