Last week Oracle released a Statement of Direction (SOD) for Oracle Business Intelligence Analytics (OBIA). The message from Oracle to their Customers is clear; Move away from OBIA 7.9.6.x and move to OBIA 11g, either in the Cloud or On Premise. Let us have a look what the actual message is.
Many people modify the setDomainEnv.sh file that specifies the core settings for a WebLogic domain, e.g. for adding debug or monitoring ports or additional switches for the JVM: DOMAIN_HOME/bin/setDomainEnv.sh I confess, I do the same for quick and dirty hacks, yet changes here will be overwritten during a domain upgrade. It’s much better to put such […]
For those of you who are familiar with the Oracle BI SampleApp V406, it might not be a secret. The online version has been offline since a couple of weeks / months. This due to the fact that the online SampleApp has to comply with Oracle Security Rules.
On Pivotal network you will find various build packs you can download and apply to PCF and use for your applications outside of the shipped build packs, using the link below.
I am going to show how you would take one of these build packs , install it and then consume it from an application. In this demo I am going to use "tc server buildpack (offline) v2.4"
Implementing the “Resetting Forgotten Passwords” functionality as described in the OpenAM Developer’s Guide requires some additional custom code.
It’s pretty straight forward to implement this functionality and can be done in 4 steps (per the Developer’s Guide):
Let us move on from Grass Eating Sauropods and talk about who’s who in the analytic space.
The Pivotal Ops Metrics tool is a JMX extension for Elastic Runtime. Pivotal Ops Metrics collects and exposes system data from Cloud Foundry components via a JMX endpoint. Use this system data to monitor your installation and assist in troubleshooting. Below is the tile once installed and available with Pivotal Cloud Foundry Ops Manager
I stumbled open SQLShell recently as per the URL below. Below I will show how you can connect to Pivotal GemFireXD using SQLShell. I used this to export query results using CSV output.
Note: Assuming SQLShell is already installed and instructions below are for Mac OSX