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Agents, Passwords and the Oracle Data Warrior

indexOBIEE News is out!

OBIEE News is out.  Edition of 2nd December.

rssBlogs and News of the Week

1. Configuring Agents with OBIA and EBS Cookie Integration

This blog contains an explanation of what Ben Mackin did to get Agents up and running when using EBS and OBIEE in a setup with EBS Cookie Authentication.

2. Configure Change Password for Users in OBIEE 11g

This blog links to another article ‘Configure Change Password for Weblogic users in OBIEE 11g’ for guidance with this issue.

3. Oracle: Big Data at Work: Analytics to Run and Change the Business

Paul Sonderegger (Big Data Specialist) presents ‘Big Data at Work’.

4. UL and the Big Data Challenge

5. Customer Videos: Real-World Successes with Oracle Business Analytics Solutions

At Oracle OpenWorld 2013, a host of customers went on camera to discuss Oracle Business Analytics solutions and how they are using them to strategize and plan, optimize business operations, and capture new market opportunities. This page summarises five of the best and links to the YouTube channel which lists the rest.

6. New Release of Oracle Big Data Appliance Delivers 33 Percent More Storage per Rack

In November 2013, Oracle launched Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2, which delivers the entire Cloudera Enterprise technology stack and 33 percent more storage capacity for a total of 864 terabytes per rack—plus comprehensive security capabilities including authentication, authorization, and auditing.

Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 is a comprehensive and secure engineered system optimized to run Cloudera’s entire platform for big data, Cloudera Enterprise, at a low overall total cost of ownership. To meet diverse computing requirements, it includes:

  • Cloudera Distribution for Apache Hadoop
  • Oracle NoSQL Database
  • Cloudera Impala
  • Cloudera Search

Read more here

7. The Business of Growing

Marta Bright, in this feature article, “Land O’Lakes invests in Oracle engineered systems to plant the seeds of change,”looks at Land O’Lakes as a case study.

8. Security and the Mobile Workforce

Now that many organisations are moving to the BYOD philosophy (bring your own devices), security for phones and tablets accessing company sensitive information is of paramount importance. In this article, he interviews Brian MacDonald, Principal Product Manager for Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Mobile Products, about this subject, and he shares some wonderful insights about how the Oracle Mobile Security Tool Kit is addressing mobile security.

Tlinkedin logohis week on LinkedIn

Santhosh Reddy posted ‘deployment tab missing.’ Help him out with his query in the group.

Kent Graziano posted Better Data Modeling: The best FREE data modeling tool just got better!

Ujjal Das shared Free White Paper: Private Clouds for Oracle Databases

Saandeep Raghunath shared Prevent the FETCH FIRST XXX ROWS ONLY from Applying

Stephen Bowden shared his latest webinar on Data Visualization Techniques and the latest capabilities of OBIEE

Join the LinkedIn Oracle Business Intelligence group here.

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KPI Partners tweeted What’s New In Oracle Manufacturing Analytics? [Examining OBIA 11g: The Series]

Paul Mitchell shared Why Oracle Purchased BitzerMobile and The Impact to Fusion Middleware

Search Oracle posted Oracle and big data architecture: Floyd Teter weighs in

Oracle Analytics shared Endeca Information Discovery 3.1 Expands Self-Service for Business Users

Rory Capon shared a video entitled “Installing OBIEE 11 G on Windows 8 – 64 Bit”

Follow me on Twitter for daily OBIEE News and updates.

Exalytics Launched

There was much speculation before the event (or was it insider info?).

Anyway, the big announcement from Oracle Open World (#OOW11) is the new hardware for OBI.
Exalytics

I am not a great fan of conferences, down time not earning is not my cup of tea, so it’s great to watch it live from my desk in the UK. Saves time flying around the world, reduces carbon footprint, printing etc – Basically what IT is there for!

You can watch the presentations online at
http://www.youtube.com/oracle.

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