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Amazon Quick Sight – BI on Cloud?

In my post Data Warehouses on Cloud – Amazon Redshift, I mentioned that what really useful is the BI on Cloud, not the Data Warehouse on Cloud. I felt that BICS makes more sense for me comparing to Amazon Redshfit. I discussed with a couple of people last night in a meetup.  Some of them […]

IaaS Competition: It’s not only about the pricing.

IaaS has become much much more than just compute on demand with an API and pay per use. Interesting to note that Oracle cloud announced to match AWS IaaS prices for their customers which is a cool and bold move. Obviously this will help to keep Oracle customers on the Oracle cloud. AWS IaaS actually is […]

Fundamentals of SQL Writeback in Dodeca

One of the features of Dodeca is read-write functionality to SQL databases.  We often get questions as to how to write data back to a relational database, so I thought I would post a quick blog entry for our customers to reference.

This example will use a simple table structure in SQL Server though the concepts are the same when using Oracle, DB2, and most other relational databases.  The example will use a simple Dodeca connection to a JDBC database.  Here is the Dodeca SQL Connection object used for the connection.

IBM Bluemix - Specify only Liberty buildpack features you require

I am more often then not using spring boot applications on IBM Bluemix and most of what I need is packaged with the application from JPA or JDBC, drivers, Rest etc. Of course with IBM Bluemix we can specify which build pack we wish to use but by default for java applications LIberty is used.

When a stand-alone application is deployed, a default Liberty configuration is provided for the application. The default configuration enables the following Liberty features:

Planning REST API part 2

In the last post I went through the core functionality available using the REST API in Planning, the post mainly focused on what is available in both on-premise  planning and PBCS.

I thought I would go through the some of the other REST resources which are only currently available in PBCS and these being around Lifecycle management.

Do we really need semantic layer from OBIEE?

Not all BI tools have the semantic layer.  For example, Oracle Discoverer seems not having a strong semantic layer. This page summarizes what OBIEE semantic layer can do for you… BI Platform Semantic Layer I think that if these features can be accomplished in other ways and can be proven that they are not necessary, […]

DOAG Conference 2015 Middleware & Volkswagening

DOAG Conference 2015 in Nürnberg is getting closer. This is a great opportunity to hear about what is announced at Oracle Open World 2015, mingle with peers and enjoy this years’ invited speaker Gunter Dueck. He published an essay about volkswagening (german only) that is worth reading. Reminds a bit about the graphic card producers that optimized their […]

Need to Integrate your Cloud Applications with On-Premise Systems… What about ODI?

As described in the A-Team article A Universal Cloud Applications Adapter for ODI, it is technically possible to integrate Cloud Applications with ODI.
Cloud Applications Drivers and Adapters
In order to guide you on how ODI can help you to integrate your Cloud Applications, we have compiled the list of SaaS applications and PaaS services that Oracle Data Integrator can connect to as of today.

Data Lake vs. Data Warehouse

These are different concepts. Data Lake – Collect data from various sources in a central place.  The data are stored in the original form.  Big data technologies are used and thus typical data storage is Hadoop HDFS. Data Warehouse – “Traditional” way of collecting data from various sources for reporting.  The data are consolidated and […]

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