RM BI Forum 2014 Notes – Day I
Find below some notes, links, etc regarding day I of the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. These are just some notes and it’s by no means a re-cap of the complete presentations. Check the RittmanMead blog after the Atlanta edition of the RittmanMead BI Forum 2014. They will post all the presentations (both Brighton as well as Atlanta).
Extreme Intelligence by Emiel van Bockel
An Engineered System is not a Plug ’n Play Environment. It needs to be Engineered. Only start engineering when you are sure system works.
Know your system (understand your data)
Do not use the wizards, but use your head/experience. Do it yourself.
If done right you own your own Extreme Intelligence System. The best in the world!
Times Ten Best Practice and Optimization by Chris Jenkins
Chris who is Senior Director, In-Memory Technology, TimesTen Development at Oracle gave us some very detailed insight into Oracle Times Ten.
Shared Memory Segment
Huge Page considerations
Save storage (inline – out of line) by comparing Data Types between an Oracle Database and the Times Ten Database
Loading Times Ten via…..
- Oracle DAC
- BI optimiser hints
- indexes (Index Advisor)
OBIEE Performance in the Real World by Robin Moffat
Evidence based Design and Diagnostics
Create Time Profile – “Nose to Tail” —> Which component (OBIEE, Weblogic, Network, Database, etc.) is causing trouble.
Dive into the NQQuery Log – Query Logging is not evil! Check for more details here.
DMS metrics (obi-metrics-agent)
Grafana – Public live demo online
Must Read – “Thinking Clearly about Performance“
Oracle BI Cloud by Adam Bloom
Sort of NDA, but it will be there……the Oracle BI Cloud
Oracle invests heavily in the Cloud. As a part of that a lot of new interesting Oracle BI functionality will become available in the Cloud first. Hopefully these functionalities will arrive on Premise shortly after.
Extreme Data Warehousing by Paul Oprea
A lot of discussion about Agile and Waterfall.One ting is important; Keep the user engaged and involved!
A Picture Can Replace A Thousand Words by Michael Rainey
Using pictures to vizualize the process will help in getting the requirements clear.
About the Oracle DW Global Leaders Program by Reiner Zimmerman
Enterprise Big Data Architecture by Andrew Bond & Stewart Bryson
Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture
Foundation Layer – (Raw) Data Reservoir – Golden Gate -> Mapping Physical to Logical (OBIEE) – No ETL, yet
Data Factory (ETL)
Enterprise Information Store
Model Driven Development – Sandbox
Generate Logical Model Documentation (OBIEE)
Access and Performance Layer
Refactoring – Solve challenges in the Front-End. Working report -> Then move down to RPD or ETL