Working with Multiple Versions of an Asset Concurrently
Recently I wrote about the new obi-metrics-agent tool and how it enables easy collection of DMS data from OBIEE into whisper, the time-series based database behind graphite. In this post I’m going to show two things that take this idea further:
Mark has done a great job of previewing the upcoming content for both BI Forums, the one running locally for us in Atlanta, as well as the one in Brighton, UK. We have an exceptional Master Class this year with Lars George from Cloudera, including an introduction to the Cloudera Big Data stack with full details on building, loading and analyzing Hadoop clusters.
Last week I had a discussion with my colleagues over @Scamander during one of our Tech Sessions. The subject was (Oracle) Mobile Analytics, which is one of the Big Data and Analytics Top Ten Trends for 2014. During the discussion we were discussing the difference between Native Apps and Web Apps and the necessity of a Native […]
Althought I’m pretty clued-up on OBIEE, ODI, Oracle Database and so on, I’m relatively new to the worlds of Hadoop and Big Data, so most evenings and weekends I play around with Hadoop clusters on my home VMWare ESXi rig and try and get some experience that might then come in useful on customer projects.
There is a new release of the ADF EMG Audit Rules extension. With this release there is now support for both JDeveloper11R1 and JDeveloper12c. However, remember that JDeverlop11g does not support the suppression of violations, so this may lead to a lot of violation on existing projects.Remember that you can define a custom profile in the Audit tab under preferences to unselect certain rules, but off course it is better to look at the warnings and see if you can fix them.
Today we have great news for you: Docufy becomes Doxxy !
And not only the name improved!
Doxxy is a RAD-tool for generating operational reports. With its intuitive APEX UI, you easily configure your documents by adding DOCX-templates and SQL-queries. The engine is written in PL/SQL, which makes installation, integration and maintenance very straight forward. The tool comes as a packaged application for APEX 4.x.
The main concepts and principles are still the same:
Many of the sessions at the UK and US Rittman Mead BI Forum 2014 events in May focus on the back-end of BI and data warehousing, with for example Chris Jenkins’ session on TimesTen giving us some tips and tricks from TimeTen product development, and Wayne Van Sluys’s session on Essbase looking at what’s involved in Essbase database optimisation (full agendas for the two events can be found here).