Tag Archives: data

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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Exalytics Implementation Considerations

May 30, 2013

Oracle is making a big push to grow the installed base of its new Exalytics in-memory appliance. To encourage sales, Oracle is offering tempting deals. As a result, some customers who weren’t seriously considering an Exalytics purchase are walking away with a new hardware appliance! As exciting as the prospect of new hardware optimized to work with…   Read More


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Planning for the OBIEE RPD

April 3, 2013

In my last blog, I discussed the importance of the RPD and its place within the data warehouse organization.  I also discussed the idea of planning adequate time and devoting the proper technical resources to RPD development.  In this blog installment, I would like to carry that idea forward and talk about the benefits of…   Read More


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