Leaving some time between the trip home from OOW14 and finishing up the blog post on the 4 official days of the event has had an interesting effect: excellent write-ups of the news and announcements have already popped up, so it's a pleasure to simply link to Mark Rittman's "News and Updates" post for all your needs in that regard.
Session or rather content-wise over these four days there are a couple of things to point out:
Last week I had the great pleasure to attend Oracle Open World (OOW) for the first time, presenting No Silver Bullets – OBIEE Performance in the Real World at one of the ODTUG user group sessions on the Sunday. It was a blast, as the saying goes, but the week before OOW I was more nervous about the event itself than my presentation.
Spring XD is a unified, distributed, and extensible system for data ingestion, real time analytics, batch processing, and data export. The project's goal is to simplify the development of big data applications.
Prepackaged analytics applications are available as cloud services. The idea is that the client company does not need to use their own hardware and does not need to install the software or apply patches by themselves. What they need is just simply the browsers. For the end users, there should not be much difference. The BI apps built […]
At Oracle OpenWorld there were some interesting sessions about performance for ADF and MAF applications.
Here are some tips and tricks that where shown:
An updated version of the Oracle BigDataLite VM came out a couple of weeks ago, and as well as updating the core Cloudera CDH software to the latest release it also included Oracle Big Data SQL, the SQL access layer over Hadoop that I covered on the blog a few months ago (here and Oct 05, 2014 2:29pm
It’s the Saturday after Oracle Openworld 2014, and I’m now home from San Francisco and back in the UK. It’s been a great week as usual, with lots of product announcements and updates to the BI, DW and Big Data products we use on current projects. Here’s my take on what was announced this last week.
I have meant to write a quick blog post on the subject for ages and never got round so here it is and then I can forget about it ?
A cool thing I heard at Open World 2014: we all know in SOA there are all these adapters you can use in your SCA components. In Oracle Integration Cloud Services (ICS) there are a lot of new SaaS adapters to integrate with SaaS applications like SalesForce for example. These adapters are built using a Cloud Adapter SDK and written in Java.
One of our clients needed an application for the follow-up of the production in their plants. The main feature of the application was to show all the data of the current year, but the client also wanted to be able to consult the historical data. Unfortunately the historical data was not in the same schema as the current data.
The two schemas:
As you could already guess, the second schema contained the historical data. Each year, the old data was moved from SCHEMA_A to SCHEMA_A_HISTORY.