Tag Archives: BI

Your Guide to Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG) Kscope17

June 7, 2017

Author: Melanie Mathews, Performance Architects Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG)’s annual Kscope17 conference is coming up soon, and you’re probably starting to try to build your schedule! Since there are a bunch of networking opportunities and special events at Kscope, we thought we should share some of the ‘must attend’ happenings! Keep in mind that Performance Architects’ focus is the business…   Read More


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Three Big BI Market Drivers to Watch for The Rest of 2017 and Beyond

May 24, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects In 2017, we’ve seen an expansion of business intelligence’s (BI’s) scope, changes in consumption, and shifts in the roles of BI consumers and creators. Traditional and fundamental BI practices and processes, however, remain more important than ever. As a result, the three major market drivers of BI trends so far…   Read More


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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) RPD Management Changes in Version 11g Versus 12c

May 10, 2017

Author: Jordan Adams, Performance Architects One of the first significant changes you will notice as a developer when upgrading from OBIEE 11g to 12c is RPD management capabilities , including uploading or downloading new or existing RPD models.  In the past, loads were always handled through Enterprise Manager (EM) and required a restart of the server when uploading a new RPD,…   Read More


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Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS): Managing Cache and Session Log for Administrator User

November 2, 2016

Author: Cameron Ross, Performance Architects Managing the Cache and Session Log as an administrative user in an Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) environment are very important tasks. You can do everything from filter out the session log by users, to canceling any running queries, to clearing the session log of previous queries to clear the cache. There are many other…   Read More


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Tips and Tricks when Moving from Oracle Hyperion Interactive Reporting (BRIO) to Oracle BI

October 4, 2016

Author: Elinor Poole, Performance Architects It’s hard to think about moving away from a reporting solution that has become part and parcel of your reporting and analysis world to a new reporting tool, but when you take a step back and look at the advantages that come with moving to a solution like Oracle BI (either the…   Read More


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Webinar Preview: Leadership Essentials in Successful Business Intelligence (BI) Programs

August 8, 2016

Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects I discussed this topic earlier this year at the COLLABORATE conference, and it was such a hot topic that I’m now running webinars for both Oracle Application Users Group (OAUG) and Oracle Developer Tools Users Group (ODTUG) to expand upon this discussion.  If you want to join me live to dive deeper into the content outlined below, you can register for the…   Read More


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New OBIEE 12c Feature: Dashboard Subpages

July 20, 2016

Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects Oracle released Version 12.1.1.1.0 of the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) platform in late June 2016. While the majority of new features are focused on the “Data Visualization” component, there is one new feature for traditional OBIEE environments that may be of interest, called “dashboard subpages.” These can be very beneficial to implementations requiring dashboards…   Read More


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Data Discovery versus Business Intelligence (BI)

February 24, 2016

Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects In the ever-changing landscape of industries large and small, a question that arises in the minds of financial decision makers is, “What is data discovery and how it is changing the approach to business intelligence (BI)?” At Performance Architects , we are also often asked, “Why do I need a solution for…   Read More


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Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS): Data Sync Utility Overview

July 29, 2015

Author: Michael Bender, Performance Architects Late last year, Oracle released its Software-as-a-Service (SAAS) business intelligence offering called Business Intelligence Cloud Service , or BICS. One of the requirements for using this tool is that all relational database data must be first uploaded to a cloud version of the Oracle database: The next obvious question is, “What are the ways in which…   Read More


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What the Oracle Exalytics X4-4 Launch Means for Oracle Customers

September 25, 2014

Oracle recently released the next generation of the X4-4 Exalytics In-Memory Engineering System (X=Intel, ‘-4’ = 4 physical processors).  While X4-4 now comes with two terabytes (TB) of RAM, 2.4 TB of PCIe Flash disk, networking hardware upgrades, and the option to use Oracle 12c In-Memory Database , the most noteworthy change is the switch to Intel’s E7-8895v2 processors. You might ask, “What’s the…   Read More


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