I’d like to interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to tell you about one my personal highlight's of Kscope 13 which was held back in June in New Orleans. Every year ODTUG announces who the keynote speaker will be well in advance of the conference. Most of the time, the speaker (more...)
I am currently reading the following book; ‘Oracle Business Intelligence Applications: Deliver Value Through Rapid Implementations’. As far as I know it’s the first and only book on Oracle BI Applications. In Chapter 5: Financial Analytics there is a paragraph … Continue reading
Vorige maand is mijn collega Ronald Kok gestart met bloggen. De passie van Ronald is het bevrijden / ontsluiten van data en deze vervolgens zodanig aanbieden dat je er snel waarde uit kan ontlenen; ‘Data 2 Value’. Via zijn blog probeert Ronald zijn lezers te informeren over allerlei ontwikkelingen en thema’s rondom (more...)
Yesterday, BITeamwork 2.0 was released. This marks the point of BITeamwork officially launching out of its infancy into a more mature release. That's right, it is no longer a 1.x release and several organizations are currently leveraging BITeamwork for their Collaborative BI solution inside of OBIEE 11g.
Lately I have been spending lot of time on Big Data, its application, architecture and processes. As part of the process, my thoughts on Big Data in print Media. I hope you would enjoy reading.
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Sunil S Ranka
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Last May I blogged about a new Oracle BI Applications version which had become GA.Thanks to my colleague Rob Chou we are able to explore this new OBIA version here at Scamander. First stop; Oracle BI Applications Configuration Manager (http://<hostname>:<port>/biacm) Filed under: Oracle BI Applications Tagged: 184.108.40.206.1, OBIA, Oracle BI Applications
After a bunch of work, we have finally released the Next Generation Essbase Outline Extractor. So, what is the Next Generation Essbase Outline Extractor? Well, the original outline extractor was written in Visual Basic and Visual Basic has has not been supported by Microsoft for a number of years. In (more...)
Last few months have been a crazy ride, wrapping up on new opportunities and getting upto speed on Hadoop took all the free time away . During my read on Hadoop , I always wondered why we dont have out of the box ODBC driver? I tried using out (more...)
I don’t know too many books or movies where the sequel is better than the original. The ODI 11g cookbook is such a rare case. It is stuffed with 60 valuable recipes that every ODI developer should know. Apart from the value of these recipes in their own right they (more...)
Companies are getting lot lesser value than the amount of dollars they are spending on BI vendors. Following article oulines some of the processes and way to get the maximum out of a vendor.
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Sunil S Ranka
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If you are a user of OTN (Oracle Technology Network)
you should have noticed that there is a new interface. I think its pretty cool. What do you think?
I’d like to share with you a recipe that demonstrates the power which the combination of ODI functions and Java BeanShell scripting techniques can provide.
Before I do so I will briefly describe the issue we recently had as a background for the use case.
Doesn’t matter which programming language (more...)