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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