RM BI Forum 2013 – Day Two

Check out my RittmanMead BI Forum 2013, Day Two Notes

Adam Seed & Charles Elliot – Oracle Endeca looking beyond the general demos

Oracle Endeca 3.0 Difficult to install into Weblogic

Endeca Portal – repository
Endeca Server
Endeca Provisioning for uploading Excelsheet
Endeca Integrator – client

Collaboration of Software
Liferay – Endeca Studio
Oracle MDEX Server
Clover ETL (Integrator)
Lexalytics – Text Enrichment

Configuration Load –> Getting Started
Row Level Security
GEO Mapping – Google Maps

OBIEE as a Datasource using Integratorion
BI Publisher Datamodel Integration
Catalog Search

Edelweiss Kammermann – integrating Oracle BI, BPM and BAM, the complete cycle of Information

Oracle BPM – Business Process Management
Oracle BAM – Business Activity Monitoring

Oracle BI Webservice or Analyse
Process Cubes
Oracle ADF

Same Framework
More Insight
Automation and Interaction

Mike Durran – Virtualize Exalytics
Oracle VM – Smaller licenses – Trusted partitioning to run a subset of the 40 cores
RAID-1 for the OS (Oracle Linux)
RAID-5
OCFS – Oracle Clustered Filesystem

Big Data – Hype or Future

This is a very difficult discussion. First of all, what is the definition of Big Data? I liked the ‘definition’ of Peter Scott; If you do not care about a single row, you refer to Big Data. Sounds plausible. Is Big Data about tools (Hadoop vs. Oracle Database)? Is Big Data about the difference between structured and unstructured data? In a way all data can be referred to as structured. There is a whole new source of (Social) Data which didn’t exist before. Is that Big Data?

All in all one essential question is; what are you going to do with the data? Just collecting data, because everybody does it would be useless.

Making decisions on data which is only for 95% correct is whole new way of thinking as opposed to traditional (Financial) DWH-systems. I guess (almost) everybody agreed on that.

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About Daan Bakboord
I am an Oracle Business Intelligence Consultant with great interest in anything closely related to the Oracle BI Foundation Suite.

2 Responses to RM BI Forum 2013 – Day Two

  1. rkok says:

    Hi Daan, I noticed the OBIEE Webservices and did read the doc (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E25054_01/bi.1111/e16364/soa_overview.htm)

    It seems like you can use the OBIEE server as a central entrypoint for all corporate data, and position OBIEE as a ‘Datavirtualization’ platform.

    Does that make sense?

  2. Hi Ronald,

    The OBIEE Webservices make it possible that Oracle BI Data can be retrieved as part of the primary process. Next to that, OBIEE can be used to ‘kick off’ processes. The Datavirtualization Platform principle would probably have more to do with the Data Delivery Platform –> BI Dutch sessie – Data Delivery Platform (Dutch) – http://obibb.wordpress.com/2010/11/09/bi-dutch-sessie-data-delivery-platform-dutch/

    - Daan

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