Tag Archives: Oracle Database

Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS) Access Options: Remote Data Connector (RDC) Overview and Configuration

June 21, 2017

Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects As more organizations move their business intelligence (BI) environments to the cloud, loading and accessing enterprise data will become as important as the front-end visualizations.  Oracle’s BI Cloud Service (BICS) offers several options for those data requirements that go beyond simple data upload. Each has a specific purpose, features, benefits, and limitations. Only one option…   Read More


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Getting Started with The Oracle Node.js Connector

January 25, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects In an earlier blog post , we offered a brief introduction to Node.js and a few use cases. Now, let’s get our paws dirty and use Node.js to run SQL against an Oracle database. Setup Development Environment First, the prerequisites. The official github site has a complete list but here’s the gist (for a Windows machine): Install Python 2.7 (it needs to be…   Read More


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‘Unboxing’ Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS): Loading Data into Your Environment

May 11, 2016

Author: John McGale, Performance Architects All data in Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) must first be uploaded to the service, whether from a relational source or text file / spreadsheet. Data is stored in a cloud version of Oracle Database , called Oracle Database Cloud Service , which is a single database schema with ability to create tables and views. The database schema is administered via…   Read More


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Installing Oracle Database 12c

January 20, 2016

Author: Tom Blakeley, Performance Architects At Performance Architects, we have a lovely sandbox environment where many of us work on pilot programs, demos, and code snippets. It’s a nice central server that we all share access to, with plenty of horsepower and space (to blow things up). Recently, we went on a journey to revamp…   Read More


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