This is the 15th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
I’m once more a day late with this article, if it wouldn’t be because work, I could just argue that I have waited for the next version of Kafka being released This was the case last night, with Kafka 0.10 and the Confluent Platform 3.0. Here two of the many tweets announcing the release:
I’m a taxonomy practitioner at Fishbowl Solutions who has worked with many companies to implement simple to sophisticated document management systems. I’ve noticed over the years the large number of obstacles that have prevented companies from establishing taxonomy frameworks to support effective document management. I won’t review an exhaustive alphabetic list of obstacles, in fact, there are probably far more than 26, but I’ll highlight the top culprits that have turned even the best, most (more...)
Those of you who know me will know that I’m working at Cedar and we’re moving from PeopleSoft to the Oracle Cloud. I won’t talk about the company’s journey, but more how I’ve found the transition personally.
In brief, there’s a lot to learn.
Data Model knowledge
In the PeopleSoft world, once you know the table structures you could work significantly faster. Whether you were writing an SQR, an App Engine, an XMLP report, a (more...)
Battle of the Mountain – Camerig 2016
Voor de eerste keer in het bestaan van deze blog wil ik jullie vragen om mij te sponsoren in de strijd tegen ALS. Je bijdrage gaat dan naar internationaal genetisch onderzoek naar ALS met behulp van Data Mining. Als prestatie van mijn kant staat daar deelname in een cycling challenge – Battle of the Mountain op de Camerig – tegenover waarover je hieronder meer kan lezen.
In Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c were introduced a nice new feature for auditing activities of Oracle WebLogic Server events.
Before you can audit your activities like Domain login, Domain logout and Domain updates, you have to enable them via a simple emcli command.
Logon to your server which is hosting your Oracle Management Server (OMS) and perform following steps:
[oracle@em13c]# emcli login -username=sysman
[oracle@em13c]# emcli update_audit_settings \
Successfully updated the (more...)
This is the 14th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
If you have not been able to attend the Kafka Summit in San Francisco last week, then you might like the tweet from Confluent Inc.
I listed most of the presentations below in the section “New Presentations” but I (more...)
This is the 13th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
Last week the new release of Oracle Stream Explorer has been release, now under a new name Oracle Stream Analytics. I have written my own blog article about it. This new version is an impressive release with over 15 new major features! It really deserves the name change. Oracle Stream Analytics simplifies stream processing and enables Self Service Streaming Analytics applications (more...)
Taxonomy can be a nebulous term. It has existed for years, having probably its most common roots in the sciences, but has blossomed to apply its practices to a plethora of other fields. The wide application of taxonomy shows how useful and effective it is, yet its meaning can be unclear due to its diversity. We identify with taxonomy in library sciences with the Dewey Decimal System and we identify with taxonomy (more...)
A few days ago, Oracle released the new version of Oracle Stream Explorer and renamed it to Oracle Stream Analytics (OSA). This new version is an impressive release with over 15 new major features! It really deserves the name change.
Enhanced Patterns Library
The existing patterns have been enhanced substantially now including Spatial, Statistical, General industry and Anomaly detection through streaming machine learning.
New Geo-spatial pattern
This pattern can be used to analyze streams containing (more...)
This is the 12th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
The most important event last week was probably the first Kafka Summit being held in San Francisco. At the summit, Confluent shared results from a recent survey that clearly shows the rise of Kafka across the enterprise and the growth of stream processing:
- According to the results, Apache Kafka is most commonly used for stream processing (72% of respondents). In addition, (more...)