How To retrieve/backup Views In Endeca

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Last few weeks I have been engaged with a customer, helping them them with remediation of Endeca project. During remediation, faced a typical challenge, where all the graphs and EQLs were erroring out. After doing some research found out that its a known issue . I spent good amount (more...)

Things you (probably) don’t need in 2014: Big Data

There is an interesting article on Forbes where Paul Sonderegger from Oracle is making the case that you have to jump onto the “Big Data” bandwagon without delay if you want to avoid your big-data-using competitors crushing you.

But he would say that, wouldn’t he?

In reality, most companies already (more...)

Hadoop Streaming, Hue, Oozie Workflows, and Hive

Elephant Painting

MapReduce with Hadoop Streaming in bash – Bonus!

MapReduce with Hadoop Streaming in bash – Part 3

Hadoop Streaming Bash

In our first MapReduce with Hadoop Streaming in bash article, we took a collection of Stephen Crane poems and used a MapReduce job to calculate ‘term frequency’–meaning we counted the number of times each word in (more...)

Oracle Big Data Meetup – 09-OCT-2013

The Oracle guys running the Big Data 4 the Enterprise Meetup are always apologetic about marketing. The novelty is quite amusing. They do this because most Big Data Meetups are full of brash young people from small start-ups who use cool open source software. They choose cool open source software (more...)

What is a Big Data mindset? (and why should you care)

On his recent Forbes report, Greg Satell lays down 5 steps to get Big Data working in your business. The first four are very well captured, but it was the fifth that really caught my attention: “Adopt a Big Data Mindset“. This is exactly where I want to drill in (more...)

New York Oracle User Group Fall Conference Materials

Thank you all who attended my sessions at NYOUG Fall Conference this morning. I appreciate spending you most precious commodity - your time - with me. I sincerely hope you found both the presentations enlightening as well as entertaining.

Please see the details of the sessions below along with the (more...)

Oracle Business Intelligence Blog 2013-08-08 22:09:00


Using R to Unlock the Value of Big Data, by Tom Plunkett, Mark Hornick

This is a brief (approximately 80 pages) introduction targeted at users with an intermediate-level exposure of R and who want to get a quick look at working with R with Oracle's products. Strictly speaking, this is (more...)

UKOUG Analytics Event: a semi-structured analysis

Yesterday's UKOUG Analytics event was a mixture of presentations about OBIEE with sessions on the frontiers of data analysis. I'm not going to cover everything, just dipping into a few things which struck me during the day

During the day somebody described dashboards as "Fisher Price activity centres for managers". (more...)

Oracle Corp at useR! Conference 2013 #useR2013 #rstats

This year’s R User Conference happened in Albacete (Spain), gathering R professionals and enthusiasts all over the world since 2004, when it first began in Vienna. The sponsors this year were  REvolution analytics, Google, R-Studio, Oracle, and TIBCO. Other companies like OpenAnalytics and Mango Solutions were also present with a booth stand. Besides sponsoring the (more...)

DataDirect Access your favorite SaaS app with SQL

Database driver company   are writing the next generation of data access. They are working on a platform called Datadirect which will enable you to access loads of data sources in the cloud, from the cloud, and some of them with SQL

Yes you have (more...)

Demystifying Big Data for Oracle Professionals

Ever wonder about Big Data and what exactly it means, especially if you are already an Oracle Database professional? Or, do you get lost in the jargon warfare that spews out terms like Hadoop, Map/Reduce and HDFS? In this post I will attempt to explain these terms from the perspective (more...)

Four starting questions about Information – Big Data Plan part 1

Big Data – The New Information Before asking the crystal ball what can Big Data do for you, sit back and think about these four questions: Where’s the new information? Where could it be? If it was in the right place, what could happen? (Challenges of the main industries) What are the (more...)

New Job for John

Hello readers of my infrequent blog posts! I have started a new job, working on documentation for Cloudera, specifically for the Impala project, which is bringing fast interactive SQL to the Hadoop ecosystem. Read the Impala documentation. Download the Impala software. Get the QuickStart VM to play around with a (more...)

The 3 ways Hadoop will change your Business Intelligence

“It’s the analytics stupid!” Obviously the offense is not intended at the dear reader. It’s a wake up call for all the people excited with Hadoop and lack BI vision. The BI people that lack infrastructure vision are also to blame. Blame for what? We’ll see later in this (more...)

InfoQ : Running the Largest Hadoop DFS Cluster

Since I joined a Big Data Event : Frankfurter Datenbanktage 2013 - I started to take also a look to non-relational technics too. The RDBMS is not for every asepct the correct and fitting and fulfilling answer to all data related IT challenges. 

Frequently I wondered about how facebook (more...)

What’s all the fuss about Big Data?

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| Mar 6, 2013

What’s all the fuss about Big Data?


Big Data is the collective term for very large and potentially complex data sets that are deemed to be so large that it’s difficult to handle the data using traditional tools and applications such as Relational Database Management Systems. Scientists in the fields of physics, genetics and meteorology were previous examples of those that encountered Big Data.

 

However,

What does Data Science, Borat and Monty Python have in common?

Research: the heart that pumps data If you talk to any kid in school about how he acquires knowledge, he would say that is through studying. The study uses books, classes, internet resources, and all the classic means of knowledge gathering. The further school gets into science the more important it gets to gather knowledge [...]

Big Data: stop the panic, start the project. Do’s and Don’ts.

The question is not anymore if you have a Big Data strategy, the challenge is how are you going to roll it out. What layers of your Information Systems will change? And most importantly: level up the expectations at all levels of the enterprise. Big Data at the Enterprise it’s not about hype and I [...]

DJ Patil at LeWeb, December 2012

Reblogged from What's The Big Data?: Summary of the presentation by Ben Rooney here Update: Ben Rooney interviews DJ Patil Read more… 6 more words, 1 more video Once again DJ Patil nailed it.