This weeks blog is brought to you from up a mountain in Italy, at a cafe overlooking Lake Garda.
We come here for fantastic sailing competitions and pizza!
Nothing to do with OBIEE except I sometimes get to wear my OracleNerd OBIEE T-Shirt 🙂
Blogs of the week
Daan Bakboord says that the message from Oracle to customers is clear – “Move away from OBIA 7.9.6.x and move to OBIA 11g, either in the Cloud or On Premise.”
Myles Gilsenan of KPI Partners shares his post OOW14 thoughts.
Debra asks, is Oracle Cloud ready for these Applications?
Gurcan Orhan shares a “2 Minute Tech Tip” video. He says, don’t forget that it was 8am in the morning and birds were still sleeping.
3 Sixty Analytics blogs about the new patch. There are no new features in this patch – it’s just a bug fix patch. The full list of bugs fixed are detailed in the readme for this patch set.
Kent Graziano shares the following picture:
Boris Dahav blogs, “A customer asked me to create an analysis on top of a Name – Value table. A table where instead of having one row for each key, there are multiple rows with the structure of Key_Value / Attribute_Name/ Attribute_Value. This structure is very nice for developers. They can add any attribute they want, but it’s a nightmare for reporting.” Read the full blog forthe solution.
OracleAnalytics posted Views from IDC’s Craig Stires on the Cloud and Big Data
Videos such as Webinar : Best Practices with Oracle BI Financial Analytics
and Fiat Chrysler on the Benefits of Oracle Exalytics