Friday Mar 27, 2015
Tuesday Mar 17, 2015
By Takin Babaei-Oracle on Mar 17, 2015
Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Applications 184.108.40.206.1 is now available on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud, and on the Oracle BI Applications OTN page. This release is certified with the latest version of Oracle BI Foundation 220.127.116.11. This new release of Oracle Business Intelligence Applications adds:
1. New support for Oracle Cloud Application Sources to enable Hybrid Analytics from on-premise and cloud Applications
2. Expanded functional content coverage across existing Oracle BI Applications
New Oracle Cloud Application Sources for Hybrid Analytics
· With the continued move to the Cloud, Oracle BI Applications has introduced support for the following Oracle Application Cloud sources: Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, Oracle Financial Cloud, Oracle Procurement Cloud, and Oracle Project Cloud.
New Content Enhancements: Additional content improves existing Oracle BI Applications including:
· Oracle Financial Analytics provides a new Essbase GL Balances model for improved EBS Financial Service Generator (FSG) Reporting and Hierarchy navigation, including support of ragged hierarchies for GL segment dimensions.
· Oracle Project Analytics expands project-based insight with new Construction in Process (CIP) support, providing visibility for Project Stakeholders into in-progress costs, expensed costs since project inception and across organizations.
· Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics delivers new capabilities for Fusion Procurement, including Supply Chain Financial orchestration, negotiation and award approvals, and Buyer assignment controls.
· Oracle Supply Chain & Order Management Analytics introduces new Inventory module support for PeopleSoft, including visibility into inventory balances, aging, transactions and valuation.
· Oracle Student Information Analytics provides new subject area coverage for Student Financials Billing Summary and Transactions, with visibility to billing and transaction information by student or external organization.
· Oracle Human Resources Analytics expands analysis on HR programs and workforce performance for Fusion HCM with support of Talent Management Analysis.
· Oracle Sales Analytics introduces new subject areas for Activity Analytics, with support for Activity contact, resource and sales subject areas from Fusion Sales
Monday Jan 26, 2015
By Takin Babaei-Oracle on Jan 26, 2015
Join Oracle and IDC as they kick off the Cloud Platform Online
Forum on January 28 at 10:00am PT with a keynote led by IDC analyst Robert
Mahowald. Also, hear product experts talk about Oracle PaaS solutions including
Oracle BI Cloud Service.Attendees will learn how to rapidly build, deploy,
manage, and secure rich applications while using an integrated cloud platform
built on the industry’s #1 Database and Application Server.
Don't miss the opportunity to take advantage of 20+
sessions including the Oracle BI Cloud Service session below, as well as a
handful of demos and 100+ tips and techniques for planning your PaaS adoption
Unlocking the Power of Business Analytics in Oracle Cloud
Gaining access to enterprise-ready business intelligence just
got easier. With Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service, departments are
just a few clicks away from self-service reports and dashboards. Understand how
Oracle BI Cloud Service fosters a new partnership between IT and business users
to ensure that both parties are getting what they need from their business
intelligence platform – from security and reliability, to simplicity and
managing your own insights. Come to this session to learn more about this exciting
new Oracle offering.
Tuesday Jan 20, 2015
By Takin Babaei-Oracle on Jan 20, 2015
2014 was a busy year for Oracle Business Analytics. Here is a look at Oracle Business Analytics top 10 moments in 2014 (in no particular order):
10. Oracle Lays out the Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014: Oracle surveyed hundreds of IT decision makers to learn about their big data and analytics plans for 2014—both within the Oracle customer base and the industry at large. Respondents provided specific feedback on mobile BI, cloud, Hadoop, data discovery, predictive analytics, and decision optimization technologies and practices. From this extensive data set we compiled the following trends: click here.
9. Why 2015 Will Be Year of Big Data: Oracle's Seven Predictions: Neil Mendelson, Oracle's vice president of Big Data and Advanced Analytics, is immersed in this sector each day at his office in Redwood Shores, Calif. In a conversation with eWEEK, he offered readers some insight into what the company is thinking—and how big data trends will be evolving—as we all move into 2015. click here
8. The Intelligence Guy Video Series Makes its Debut: In this series we explore important business issues that can be addressed using Big Data and Analytics. click here
7. Customers Talk About the Benefits of Oracle BI Solutions at Collaborate 2014: Hear InterRel, Ameren, Hess Corp, Acadia Healthcare, University of California Berkeley, The City of Atlanta, ADP, and others talk about how they have achieved real business results with Oracle Business Analytics solutions. click here
6. Oracle BI Applications Deliver Greater Insight Into Talent and Procurement: To empower organizations to achieve greater visibility into their business performance and to execute with greater agility, Oracle has announced the latest release of Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Applications. With new ways to seamlessly analyze procurement data and a new module for analyzing talent, Oracle continues to extend the opportunity for organizations to gain insight from a range of data sources and applications. click here
5. Oracle Extends Big Data Portfolio with Oracle Big Data SQL: To address organizations' need for comprehensive big data solutions, Oracle introduced Oracle Big Data SQL, an essential part of a big data management system. Breaking down data silos to simplify information access and discovery, the offering allows customers to run one SQL query across Hadoop, NoSQL, and Oracle Database, minimizing data movement while increasing performance and virtually eliminating data silos. click here
4. Oracle Announces Exalytics In-Memory Machine X4-4: The latest refresh of Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, an engineered system for business analytics, includes Intel Xeon processors customized for Oracle business analytics workloads, supporting 50 percent faster clock speed, 50 percent more processing cores and 50 percent more memory compared to the previous generation. click here
3. Oracle Repeats as BI and Analytics Leader in Gartner MQ: For the 8th consecutive year, Oracle is a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platform. Gartner declares that “the BI and analytics platform market is in the middle of an accelerated transformation from Business Intelligence (BI) systems used primarily for measurement and reporting to those that also support analysis, prediction, forecasting and optimization.” click here
2. Oracle Introduces Oracle Analytics Cloud: Oracle announced Oracle Analytics Cloud, a comprehensive portfolio of analytics offerings built for the cloud; deployed in the cloud; and enabling data analysis for cloud, on-premises, traditional, and big data sources. click here
1. Oracle Delivers Big Data Analytics in the Cloud: Oracle has introduced Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (Oracle BI Cloud Service), a part of Oracle Analytics Cloud, which offers the most comprehensive analytics cloud suite on the planet. With built-in mobile capabilities. click here
Friday Sep 12, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on Sep 12, 2014
Oracle OpenWorld 2014 is about to roll out the red carpets on September 28th when we take over the city of San Francisco for five days. Business Analytics has a fantastic showing this year with over 130 EPM, BI, Analytics and Big Data sessions delivered by Oracle, our customers and partners. We’ll also have 7 Hands-On Labs, 28+ demo pods dedicated to Business Analytics products, and 30+ partners exhibiting their solutions.
So what’s hot in the Business Analytics program at OpenWorld? Here are some of the “must see” sessions at this year’s conference:
Monday, September 29th, be sure to catch the Oracle Business Analytics Executive Briefing led by SVP of Product Development, Balaji Yelamanchili. Find out what’s new and where we are heading with EPM, BI, Big Data and Analytics. Balaji is also leading Oracle’s Big Data Strategy—Unified Data Management and Analytics on Wednesday, October 1st, presenting all the exciting and innovative capabilities available today and coming soon.
For a deeper dive into Big Data, on Monday, September 29, Neil Mendelson and Paul Sonderegger will lead Oracle Big Data: Strategy and Roadmap to get us up to speed on the rapid advances in big data. Also, Chris Lynskey, Ryan Stark, and Omri Traub of Oracle will lead the presentation New Innovations in Big Data Analytics the same day.
What’s new in BI and Cloud? Judging by the lineup of presentations available – PLENTY. Don’t miss Matt Bedin, Alan Lee, and Raghuram Venkatasubramanian of Oracle present Oracle BI Cloud Service Overview and Roadmap on Monday, September 29, and catch Jack Berkowitz as he presents What’s Next for Oracle Business Intelligence Applications? A Sneak Peek at the Roadmap on Tuesday, September 30th.
The EPM and Cloud presentation lineup is also impressive. Watch for the General Session: Executive Briefing on Oracle’s EPM Strategy and Roadmap by Balaji Yelamanchili on Monday, September 29th to find out what’s going on and what’s coming soon. If you have more questions, be sure to attend the Product Development Panel Q&A: Oracle Hyperion EPM Applications and get them answered by our experts on Wednesday, October 1st.
To meet the big Business Analytics/EPM innovation award winners this year, be sure to attend the session Oracle Fusion Middleware: Meet This Year’s Most Impressive Innovators honoring organizations from around the globe that are using Oracle products to achieve significant business value.
For more details on these and many other Business Analytics sessions at OpenWorld, access the “Focus On” Business Analytics program guide link.
See you in San Francisco!
Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on Jul 22, 2014
By guest bloggers Alex Anvari and Mike Bollinger
HR and finance executives agree on many people and performance-related issues according to a survey of HR and finance executives by Towers Watson and Forbes Insight.
The top areas of joint activity, according to the survey were, setting annual budgets for reward programs (cited by 46 percent of finance and 62 percent of HR), determining changes to reward programs (43 percent finance and 42 percent HR), and setting reward strategy (39 percent finance and 41 percent HR). Other important areas like overall workforce strategy (35 percent finance and 23 percent HR) or talent management (32 percent finance and 20 percent HR) saw considerably less collaboration, however. That last set seems low to us and an opportunity for further improvement.[Read More]
Wednesday Jul 09, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on Jul 09, 2014
Monday May 12, 2014
By Takin Babaei-Oracle on May 12, 2014
Business Intelligence (BI) Applications 18.104.22.168.1 is now available on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud (eDelivery), and on the Oracle
BI Applications OTN page. This
is the second major release on the 11g code line leveraging the power of ODI,
and certified with the latest version of Oracle BI Foundation 22.214.171.124
This new release of Oracle Business Intelligence Applications 11g adds:
1. Prebuilt Connector for Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics with Oracle JD Edwards
2. Expanded functional content coverage across existing Oracle BI Applications
3. New utilities and enhancements to increase productivity and further drive down Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
New Prebuilt Connector for BI Applications
- Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics introduces a new adapter that provides out-of-box integration between Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, enabling purchasing and sourcing organizations quickly identify savings opportunities and improve operational performance through decision-ready, best practice analytics.
New Content Enhancements: Significant expansion of content improves existing Oracle BI Applications
- Oracle Human Resources Analytics expands analysis on HR programs and workforce performance with the introduction of Talent Management Analysis, to help HR and business managers assess talent strengths and build potential leaders by delivering greater insight into job profiles. Improvements to Absence Management, new support for Workforce Frozen Snapshots and Workforce Flex Fields are also available.
- Oracle Financial Analytics improves company Financial Performance with the new Subledger Accounting Module, providing complete account balance analysis, including supporting reference balances and drill down to accounting transactions. Aging Snapshot restoration for Receivables and Payables, drilldown from Payables to Purchase Orders, and Fixed Assets support for GL Posting Status are features also included in the release.
- Oracle Project Analytics expands insight into project-based data with new Earned Value Management Analysis, providing visibility for Project Stakeholders into Planned Value, Earned Value, and Actual Cost. Analysis of variances and indices, derived from Cost and Schedule Variance, CPI, TCPI, SPI and TSPI, is also available.
- Oracle Supply Chain & Order Management Analytics introduces Costing and Inventory Turn support for Oracle JDE EnterpriseOne. In addition, the ability to save and restore the Inventory Snapshot when executing a full load is now supported.
- Oracle Student Information Analytics introduces new Financial Aid Analysis, containing term-based detail information associated with a student award such as amount, status, disbursement, and aid type.
- Oracle Manufacturing Analytics and Enterprise Asset Management Analytics have been re-introduced into the BI Applications data model. Although new with ODI, both modules provide now the same broad functionality available with BI Applications 126.96.36.199
- Unstructured Data for Information Discovery – The BI Applications Data Model has been extended to include unstructured CRM and ERP text fields. Sample Information Discovery templates – including ODI interfaces and runtime security definitions –provide the ability to quickly create sample Information Discovery Applications from combined structured and unstructured data.
New Utilities and Enhancements to increase productivity and drive down TCO
- New Data Lineage Tool allows customers and implementers to track lineage from source to target – improving information transparency across their enterprise
- Configuration Management expands System Setup and Load Plan definition capabilities, including the registration of multiple instances for the same Product Line Version, UI enhancements to support DW connection configuration and Load Plan definition, and Load Plan definition migration.
- Fact Partitioning IKMs and Parallel Index Builds are key performance Innovations introduced with this release. The former enables a feature that tags partitions so that only the indexes that need to be re-built during incremental loads are executed. The latter uses ODI parallel process so that Indexes can be built using multiple session (faster than and in addition to DB parallel).
Friday May 02, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on May 02, 2014
Paul covered several more aspects of Oracle’s Data Relationship Governance in the podcast, including sad alternatives (like email or spreadsheets) to a robust solution and convinced me that DRG really is “workflow in a bottle”.
To listen to the entire podcast, click here.
Wednesday Apr 30, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on Apr 30, 2014
Thursday Mar 13, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on Mar 13, 2014
Apparently, tap-to-share has a great use case for Business Intelligence. Just think - you’re in a meeting discussing some numbers, a report, or a specific KPI, and everyone wants to look at them more carefully. Typically this might be done manually (sharing a URL or report name) or by email, or everyone sending each other a link. According to Matt, “now you literally can just tap someone’s Android device and ‘POW’ the same content opens, and of course it opens with the correct security context for that new user.” Matt mentioned that they have more great ideas around sharing and getting on the same page with colleagues, and to stay tuned.
Matt emphasized that with Android’s world market share now at 80% in a BYOD world, you just cannot ignore this operating system. Oracle wants to be the mobile leader, therefore they have to offer world-class Android and iOS apps, no exceptions! So expect more cool features and innovations to follow for both Android and iOS.
Wednesday Feb 26, 2014
By peterschutt on Feb 26, 2014
For the 8th consecutive year, Oracle is a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platform. Gartner declares that “the BI and analytics platform market is in the middle of an accelerated transformation from Business Intelligence (BI) systems used primarily for measurement and reporting to those that also support analysis, prediction, forecasting and optimization.” Oracle offers all these wide-ranging capabilities across Business Intelligence Foundation Suite, Advanced Analytics and Real-Time Decisions.
“The race is on to fill the gap in governed data discovery,” professes Gartner. In this year’s MQ, all the Leaders have been moved “westward,” to the left, to open up white space in the future for vendors who address “governed data discovery” platforms that address both business users’ requirements for ease of use and enterprises’ IT-driven requirements, like security, data quality, and scalability. Although in Gartner’s view no single vendor provides governed data discovery today, Oracle Endeca Information Discovery 3.1, which became available in November 2013 after Gartner conducted the MQ report, is a complete enterprise data discovery platform that combines information of any type, from any source, empowering business user independence in balance with IT governance. Users can mash-up personal data along with IT-provisioned data into easy to use visualizations to explore what matters most to them. IT can manage the platform to meet data quality, scalability and security requirements. Users can benefit from additional subject areas and metadata provided by integration with Oracle BI.
Gartner additionally cites other Oracle strengths such as more than 80 packaged BI Analytic Applications that include pre-built data models, ETL scripts, reports, and dashboards, along with best practice, cross-functional analytics that span dozens of business roles and industries. Lastly, Oracle’s large, global network of BI application partners, implementation consultants, and customer install base provide a collaborative environment to grow and innovate with BI and analytics. Gartner also cites the large uptake in Oracle BI Mobile enabling business users to develop and deliver content on the go.
Tuesday Feb 25, 2014
By peterschutt on Feb 25, 2014
Monday Feb 03, 2014
By Takin Babaei-Oracle on Feb 03, 2014
If we look at the core elements of big data – volume, variety and velocity - the future looks to be headed in one direction only: more volume, greater variety and increased velocity as more devices come online, more transactions are captured, more personal data provided and more organisations learn to capitalize upon the data created within their business ecosystem. New breakthroughs in technology and the adoption of technologies complementary to big data will drive these increases, not least the ‘internet of things’.
The rise of the machines
There is a lot of talk about the ‘internet of things’ – the idea that one day most things will be connected to the internet. From our fridges creating information about replenishment and talking directly to our online shopping accounts and supermarket loyalty schemes, to the anticipated growth in wearable technology such as smart watches and smart glasses which will relay information on location and behaviors. All of this will create valuable data.
The increasingly powerful smartphones in our pockets will have the power to change the world around us, from the offers we see advertised in supermarkets as our past purchasing history and other behaviors stored on the phone – such as the movies we watch, the apps we use and the places we visit – create a near faultless picture of us as a consumer to the ways in which our banks tailor offers specifically to our lifestyles.
Our cars will transmit ever-more information, creating better deals on insurance and reducing instances of expensive repairs, removing cost from maintaining a car. Our home entertainment systems will intuitively learn more about the content we want and when we want it. What we are prepared to pay for now and what we are willing to wait for to get free.
Our world, only better
The world will become tailored towards our wants and needs. Some changes will be imperceptible to the naked eye or the rational mind but much will be driven and governed by big data. It might just feel that things work a little better or more efficiently but behind the scenes the analysis of big data will be working harder than ever to shape all the moving parts of our physical and experiential environment.
Take transport. Anecdotally many Londoners claimed during the 2012 Olympics that public transport, a much feared weak link in London’s Olympic offering, was faultless for the duration of the games. This is not because issues did not arise but because every scenario was catered for and solutions existed ready to be deployed at the moment of need.
That was thanks to many years or planning but with the analysis of big data, from the analysis of passenger flow into transport hubs, via pedestrian routes and terminus points such as major airports, to likely weather conditions and related disruptions, to real-time location based monitoring of replacement bus services and traffic conditions on alternate transport routes, that level of service is replicable, consistently on a daily basis.
Even scenarios around unforeseeable incidents and the indicators they might be about to occur – such as analysis of data from sensors along water pipes pre-empting or forewarning of a burst water main that could close a road – can be modelled into scenario planning or allow for a fix to be applied before the issue occurs. This will require investment but as metropolitan areas around the world compete for inward investment in a global economy it would be a mistake to overlook the long term benefits.
Big data means safer communities
Law enforcement is one area where major change can happen and we are already seeing the seeds of unprecedented transformation being sewn. Big data analysis can play an important role in identifying trends which allow police forces to better anticipate when and where crimes may be committed.
It is possible to model crimes and predict their outcomes and repercussions and to identify what crimes may breed other crimes in the neighbourhood or within specific groups within society. Big data can help predict which crimes become part of an unfolding spree and which are most likely to be isolated incidents. This will enable police forces to plan resources and ensure units are in the right place at the right time.
Structured, relational data may inform us that burglaries tend to happen more during public holidays when many houses are empty as people stay with friends and family and invariably burglaries happen during the night. The relational data may tell us past victims of burglary are more likely to be victims again. But there are layers upon layers of non-relational data which can be factored into predicting when crimes are going to happen – and where – which is obviously preferable to simply developing a better understanding of where and when they have already happened. Similarly if an incident can be isolated and prevented from developing into a crime spree that too is a marked improvement.
Big Data and Privacy
Of course, it is impossible to have a discussion of big data without discussing privacy. It is every individual’s right to withhold personal information and we can elect to switch off location-based services on our phones and we can politely decline the offer of a customer loyalty card from our supermarket. We can choose not to use car insurance based on in-car telematics. But at the heart of this is a point of cultural tension.
People will resist the gifting of data to businesses and organisations unless it is a mutually beneficial transaction. Organisations need to help consumers see the benefits in order to enlist them in a willing development of truly powerful big data-based businesses.
There is undoubtedly gold to be found among big data but it must line the pockets of consumers and businesses alike. We must get better banking products, an improved retail experience, better home entertainment options, an improved commute, cheaper insurance, a better seat on the plane and a better glass of wine. We need to all feel that our lives are about to get a lot better. And if organisations can help us to feel that, there is no limit to what big data can do.
Friday Jan 31, 2014
By tobyehatch-Oracle on Jan 31, 2014
Business intelligence is no longer a luxury; it’s a crucial component of business today. But what’s changed so much that we need to modernize now? Nigel Youell, Senior Product Marketing Director for Oracle Performance Management Applications, interviewed Barry Mostert, a Director in the Global Business Analytics Product Group for Oracle, about Business Intelligence modernization, what it’s all about, and why it needs to be addressed now.
Nigel got right to the heart of the interview by asking Barry why there was even a need to modernize BI, and what exactly that means. Barry told our listeners that Business Intelligence is continually evolving and, like any technology, it’s driven by current industry trends. Organizations are now looking to analyze valuable information sourced across vast stores of distributed and varying data types – commonly called Big Data – to extract important business information to be competitive, and to keep costs low. Using mobile analytics (consuming analytics on mobile personal smart devices) is gaining more and more momentum as our culture begins to see these personal smart devices as part of our everyday lives.
Barry told our listeners that a recent study demonstrated that about 80% of business users are already using their smart devices for work. The dropping price of random access memory (RAM) chip has widely enabled the use of in-memory analytics. There is also a strong push for user self-service that Gartner is calling the “consumerisation of IT,” which means users can’t wait for legacy tools and traditional processes to deliver their information. Users need to be empowered to take action for themselves. This includes the use of predictive analytics (using historic information to help foretell the future) to enable business people to make the best decisions possible. Just like in life, it’s a case of learning from your past to do better in your future.
In fact, every business is already affected or will be affected shortly by these trends - hence the need to move to a modern analytic platform that is capable of addressing these new data types and analytic methods. In fact, most older BI platforms were built and implemented before these trends even existed.
Nigel recapped Barry’s full explanation for the listeners this way. The benefits of modernizing your BI system are:
• High performance analytics with no limits – more granular data for more accurate decisions without sacrificing performance
• Robust and reliable backend architecture – to ensure availability on what is a critical business system
• Employees that are empowered to quickly discover insight and then take action – and have less reliance on IT
• Business activity that matches the corporate strategy to maintain organizational focus and direction
• Improved user productivity and efficiency – enabling business users to work smarter
Nigel and Barry discussed the fact that modernizing a platform appears to be a big undertaking. Nigel asked Barry to break it down for the listeners and outline the main components of a modern BI platform.
Barry explained that it could be broken down to the 5 pillars of value, or potential gains where users stand to get significant and tangible benefits:
• Mobility. A hot new analytic trend affecting users at all levels in the modern enterprise. Oracle has made significant investments in this area.
• Advanced User Experience. How users interact with the analytic platform. New analytic techniques, not previously possible.
• The Connected Enterprise. Connecting business strategy with operational execution. Better navigate the business using all relevant data available and modeling the future to reduce risk.
• Engineered Systems. Promise of hardware and software working better together. Blinding fast performance with in-memory analytics and scalability without the bottlenecks.
• Ironclad Architecture. A reliable, robust backend to support business critical systems, while reducing Total Cost of Ownership. Components are completely integrated allowing administrators to do more in less time.
As always, it’s the bottom line of moving to a Modern BI System that will excite executives to pursue the move. Barry explained to our listeners that it’s all about being able to do more with less. Empowering business users to satisfy their own analytic needs will lead to a more agile business. At the same time, this ability will free up IT resources. By optimizing and simplifying your business analytic platform, not only do you gain better Total Cost of Ownership, but you can begin to innovate. Innovation leads to doing business in new and better ways than your competition; being more competitive in this economy ultimately leads to a more successful business; and successful businesses are generally better off financially.
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