The book is for free. All you need to do is contact us. We will then send you a PDF version of the book. All we ask you to do is to permanently link from your blog, website, Facebook etc. to our site.
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Just a quick note to let you everyone know that the latest version of Endeca is available as a demo environment (hosted by Oracle).
The environment is hosted by Oracle and can be accessed with the credentials below.
Userid = email@example.com
Password = Admin123
As your data volumes increase, particularly as you evolve into the big data world, you will be start to see that your Oracle Data Mining scoring functions will start to take longer and longer. To apply an Oracle Data Mining model to new data is a very quick process. (more...)
This year, Rittman Mead were the Analytics Sponsor for the UKOUG Tech13 conference in Manchester, and for those that visited the UKOUG stand during their time there will have noticed the Rittman Mead-sponsored Analytics Dashboard on display. In this blog post I will cover how it was put together, the (more...)
If you are brave enough to be using the early adopter releases of ODMr you may have run into the issue with your workflows not running.
When you go to run your workflow you will get the following window and nothing else happens.
To get passed this you will need (more...)
The acquisition of BitzerMobile is a huge game changer for Oracle's middleware offerings. It not only elevates the potential for all of Oracle's Fusion Middleware applications such as OBIEE but it now fits the gap in their mobility capabilities they've had around security. That's right Oracle may have been pushing (more...)
Next week Rittman Mead is the analytics sponsor for the UKOUG Tech13 conference up in Manchester.
We’ve got a great line up of talks, covering everything from BI Apps, Endeca, Hadoop, OBIEE and mobile – Stewart and Charles are both flying in from the US to present alongside Mark, Adam (more...)
Understanding JDBC Connection Strings for WebLogic can pose an initial challenge for a JEE application as there are may different database connection configurations across the enterprise; no one single configuration of a database works for all organizations.
The post Understanding JDBC Connection Strings for WebLogic appeared first on Art of (more...)
The UKOUG TECH13 conference is starting on Sunday and this year things a bit different. In previous years there was one big conference that covered (almost) everything and this conference had been in Birmingham.
This year Birmingham has been replaced by Manchester and the conference will focus on Database, Development (more...)
You may or may not know that I have been collecting Oracle Magazines. It all began back when I had my very first job as a graduate consultant with Oracle in Ireland. A few days ago I received a package that contained the following Oracle Magazines. You will see (more...)
This past Friday, November 22nd, we completed our work on the newest version of the Dodeca Spreadsheet Management System and made Dodeca 184.108.40.20694 available for download from our website. This blog entry is a sneak peek at some of the new features in version 6.6, as (more...)
If you’re a user of Oracle’s data integration products, you’re probably aware that ODI12c came out last month, with some of the new features covered in posts on the blog here, here and here. Rittman Mead were actually on the beta program for 12c, with several of our team (more...)
In yesterday’s post on running OBIEE in the cloud, I looked at a number of options for hosting the actual OBIEE element; hosting it in a public cloud service such as Amazon EC2, using Oracle’s upcoming BI-as-a-Service offering, or partner offerings such as our upcoming ExtremeBI in the Cloud (more...)
One of the major announcements at this year’s Oracle Openworld in San Francisco was around “OBIEE in the cloud”. Part of a wide-ranging set of announcements around services and infrastructure in the cloud from Oracle, the idea with this service is that you’ll be able to access an Oracle-hosted future (more...)
If you work in the Essbase, Oracle EPM, or Oracle BI world, *the*
place to be every June is the annual Kscope conference. Registration is open for the next conference, Kscope14, coming next June in Seattle, WA. If you are not currently a full ODTUG member, let me tell you (more...)
We all love a good commandline utility. It gives us that warm feeling of control and puts hairs on our chests. Either that, or it means we can script the heck out of a system, automate many processes, and concentrate on more important matters.
However, some of the OBIEE (more...)
Volume on BigData being the constant challenge, as an administrator, you will have to keep a tab on the data growth, at the same time you need to make sure there is spurge growth of unwanted objects or folders. Typically you would want to be worried about the (more...)
Over the past few months I’ve been posting a number of articles about Hadoop, and how you can connect to it from ODI and OBIEE. From an ODI perspective, I covered Hadoop as one of a number of new data sources ODI11g could connect to, then looked at how (more...)
Over the past few days I've put together a list of Oracle User Group Conferences from around the World that will be on in 2014.
This list is not complete and I’m sure I have left out some very well known conferences. If I have left a conference out (more...)