Requirements, Qualities and Dr. Kano Ever heard of Noriako Kano? In the 80s he was thinking about customer satisfaction and came up with the theory that there are must-be qualities of a product (they are often taken for granted but you’ll be really unhappy if a product doesn’t have them) and attractive qualities (they are […]
In my last blog post, I explored how I could speed up a MapReduce-style aggregation job, by parallelising the work over subsets of a collection, using multiple threads, for a non-sharded MongoDB database. In this post, I look at how I took the same test case, and a similar approach, to see if I could achieve a speed up when aggregating the 10 million documents stored in a sharded MongoDB database.
I recently needed to setup a cron script which loaded CSV files from a directory into Greenplum every 2 minutes. Once loaded the files are moved onto Hadoop for archive purposes. The config below shows how to use GPLOAD data load utility which utilises GPFDIST.
1. Create a load table. In this example the data is then moved to the FACT table once the load is complete
drop table rtiadmin.rtitrans_etl4;
CREATE TABLE rtiadmin.rtitrans_etl4 (
imsi character varying(82),
subscriber_mccmnc character varying(10),
If you are searching online for information about multiple Authentication Providers in Oracle BI 11g, you could find references (even on my own blog) to Doc Id; 1428008.1 on My Oracle Support (MOS). Via this note you were able to obtain following: TechNote_LDAP_Auth_DB_Groups_V3.pdf. If you try to find this note now, you won’t be able […]
I have been blogging about the integration between Oracle eBS and Oracle BI EE. Apart from the integration, there are are few assumptions: Oracle eBS is installed Oracle BI is installed Oracle eBS and Oracle BI are compatible with each other (http vs. https) All necessary Oracle eBS patches are installed R11 check R12 included […]
Just a quick note to mention two courses that are being run from our Brighton office soon, that might interested readers of the blog.
Last week we attended the the 5th annual APEX World event in Zeist. As every year it was very nice to meet the growing APEX community in the Benelux, combined with some excellent APEX international and dutch presentations.
The keynote was given by Joel Kallman about APEX 5.0 followed by 18 very interesting sessions about customer business cases, technical developments and international presentations by APEX specialist from all over the world.
OracleVM 3.2.8 just got published in Oracle Support and Public Yum repository. Use Patch 16410417 to download the OracleVM Manager 3.2.8 zipped ISO image. You can use Oracle yum repository to upgrade your OracleVM Servers.
Oracle recently published their view on the; Top Ten Trends “Big Data” & “Analytics” for 2014. Find the list below: 1. Business Users Get Hooked on Mobile Analytics –> Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile App Designer 2. Analytics Take to the Cloud –> Oracle Applications Cloud 3. Hadoop-Based Data Reservoirs Unite with Data Warehouses –> Your Data Warehouse and Hadoop – […]