Videos such as:
Edward Roske of InterRel talks about Oracle HPCM at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Collaborate 2014
and Oracle Database 12c: Introduction to a Multitenant Environment with Tom Kyte
I am off to the European championships, so will unfortunately miss Kscope14. Maybe next year…
Daan Bakboord refers to a presentation by Andrew Bond and Stewart Bryson at the Rittman Mead Forum last month. The presentation about Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture caused some further investigation on his part. This blog post is a first summary of the information he found online so far.
Alex Hansal took the new BIMAD for a test drive then blogged about it! He finishes his post by saying, “As fellow blogger Christian Screen put it eloquently: “BI got MAD and you should be happy.” The latest release of BIMAD provides a welcome round of enhancements and new features. So don’t get MAD, get BIMAD ;-).”
Christian Screen says, “If you’ve thought about commenting on OBIEE dashboards or believe that users need a way to tell the story about their data, you are not alone. We’re putting on the first webinar discussing Collaborative BI in Oracle Business Intelligence this Friday June 20th at 2pm EST. We’d like you to sign up for the webinar and attend here,
Shiva Molabanti has made a tool and is making it available for free! He says, “This is completely free for you for the benefit of OBIEE Community…. Using this, you can simply Purge or seed the OBIEE Server Cache remotely. Yes, you don’t need to login to OBIEE server or Application. You can simply do that from your own system. ”
In part 3 of this series, Jeff Quigley reviews the causes of analyst wait time and offers suggestions on how to fix it.
Cameron Lackpour says, “If you are at ODTUG Kscope14, I daresay you’ll be at the Sunday Symposiums, where we get to hear, direct from Oracle, where the products we use are going. If the past is prologue to the future, I can say that what gets announced on Sunday is the early jump on what Oracle will be announcing at Oracle Open World. That’s pretty cool – Oracle use Kscope as the preview venue, not their own conference. We are insanely lucky.”
Eric Helmer shares an infographic from here:
Boris Dahav briefly describes the process of changing OBIEE default port and talks about a specific problem he had with port 80 on Windows (and how to solve it.)
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