We’ve just released a video showing the new BITeamwork 2.8.5 integration with Oracle BI’s iPad application. Take a look at how seamless the integration within the iPad app is for adding comments to any dashboard page and how it seamlessly integrates with the core Oracle BI system – mobile style. That’s right, a comment created […]
Another OTN Tour Latin America has come and gone. This is the most important technical event in the region visiting 12 countries and with more than 2500 attendees in two weeks.
This year Rittman Mead was part of the OTN Tour in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay) presenting about ODI and OGG.
Issues Faced during Installing WebCenter Sites on Exalogic
Recently I had the opportunity to install WebCenter Sites on Exalogic. Everything, including the database, was to be installed on the same Exalogic box. In this aspect the installation was different from a recommended WebCenter Sites install. Typically, WebLogic Application Server would be on Exalogic and Oracle Database server would be on Exadata.
If you’ve been following our postings on the blog over the past year, you’ll probably have seen quite a lot of activity around big data and Hadoop and in particular, what these technologies bring to the world of Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Data Warehousing and Oracle Data Integration. For anyone who’s not had a chance to read the posts and articles, the three links below are a great introduction to what we’ve been up to:
In the first part of these entries we discussed how to test your expressions, the importance of optimizing the appearance of a tLogRow component and how to handle windows and views within Talend. This time around, we will be talking about the different ways to get components into your job, how to trace your dataflow and how to easily sync columns. As last time, this post will be useful for both starting and experienced users.
4. Getting components into your job
I talked to a prospect today that was using a competitive platform to deliver their video products. We talked extensively about differentiation of InteliVideo over their current platform (from brand to analytics to customers to apps and so on). But one thing that came up had to do with DRM free downloads. You might think that's a good thing if you don't understand what it means...as they did.
We have a number of VERY large (video on demand) customers. We've broken our customer-base into 3 categories:
Fame and fortune and everything that goes with it, I thank you all!
Do you have a group of employees or members that you would like to train? Would you like to make the training available for a limited time only - such as for 2 weeks? Would you like to have the ability to take the ability to view the training away at your discretion (such as when an employee leaves the company)? Would you like to know who watched which videos? For example, did Jim watch the introductory video on Tuesday as he said he did?