I want to briefly interrupt my blog series on GoldenGate and ODI – A Perfect Match in 12c… to provide another Data Integration Tip that was found during a recent client engagement.
Proper logging is one of the main considerations during custom development. This is no different in OIM projects in which custom code is being developed and deployed to OIM. Proper logging is fundamental part of development, helping in finding issues, fixing them and also in reporting relevant runtime conditions.
To complement our strategic partnership with Oracle Corporation, Rittman Mead are very pleased to announce two new technology partnerships to complement our Oracle-based services; with Cloudera, the industry-leading Hadoop software vendor, and with Amazon Web Services, the infrastructure-as-a-service provider that’s become the standard for deploying highly-available, secure cloud applications.
This is the second post in a blog series on the integration between Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12c and GoldenGate 12c. The first post focused on the latest, yet-to-be-released, Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture and some high-level features new to the 12c versions of each product.
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Most OBIEE projects that we see are delivered through some sort of “waterfall” method, where requirements are defined up-front, there’s several stages of development, one or more major releases at the end, and any revision to requirements takes the form of a change request. These work well where requirements can be defined upfront, and can be reassuring to customers when they want to agree a fixed-price up-front with every subsequent change clearly costed.