Friday May 30, 2014

Looking for Cutting-Edge Data Integration: 2014 Excellence Awards

2014 Oracle Excellence Awards Data Integration

It is nomination time!!!

This year's Oracle Fusion Middleware Excellence Awards will honor customers and partners who are creatively using various products across Oracle Fusion Middleware. Think you have something unique and innovative with one or a few of our Oracle Data Integration products?

We would love to hear from you! Please submit today.

The deadline for the nomination is June 20, 2014.

What you win:

  • An Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation trophy

  • One free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2014

  • Priority consideration for placement in Profit magazine, Oracle Magazine, or other Oracle publications & press release

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation logo for inclusion on your own Website and/or press release

Let us reminisce a little…

For details on the 2013 Data Integration Winners:

Royal Bank of Scotland’s Market and International Banking and The Yalumba Wine Company, check out this blog post: 2013 Oracle Excellence Awards for Fusion Middleware Innovation… and the Winners for Data Integration are…

and for details on the 2012 Data Integration Winners:

Raymond James and Morrisons, check out this blog post: And the Winners of Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards in Data Integration are… 

Now to view the 2013 Winners (for all categories).

We hope to honor you!

Here's what you need to do: 

Click here to submit your nomination today.  And just a reminder: the deadline to submit a nomination is 5pm Pacific Time on June 20, 2014.

Thursday May 15, 2014

Oracle Data Integrator Webcast Archives

Have you missed some of our Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Product Management Webcasts?

Don’t worry – we do record and post these webcasts for your viewing pleasure. Recent topics include Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and Oracle GoldenGate Integration, BigData Lite, the Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) Migration Utility, the Management Pack for Oracle Data Integrator (ODI), along with other various themes focused on Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12c. We run these webcasts monthly, so please check back regularly.

You can find the Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Webcast Archives here.

And for a bit more detail:

The webcasts are publicized on the ODI OTN Forum if you want to view them live.  You will find the announcement at the top of the page, with the title and details for the upcoming webcast.

Thank you – and happy listening!

Thursday Mar 27, 2014

Interested in presenting and sharing your insights around Data Integration at OpenWorld?

You have been successful in making your organization run smoother. Faster. More cost-effectively. You have come up with the perfect solution to increase your staff retention, speed up your lead to sales pipeline, or minimize your supply management costs. We want to hear your story. Submit your proposal today and share your success at OpenWorld 2014.

Send us a proposal covering your Data Integration success. If it is selected, you will share your idea, experiences, and stories with Oracle customers, developers, and partners from around the world. You will also get a complimentary full pass to the conference.

Learn more about submitting your proposal.

Conference attendees want to hear it straight from you.

Don't wait—proposals must be submitted by April 15!

Wednesday Jan 22, 2014

Deep Dive Into Oracle Data Integrator Changed Data Capture Leveraging Oracle GoldenGate

Check out this blog post below from Christophe – first the details related to Oracle Data Integrator’s (ODI) Journalizing Knowledge Modules (JKMs) as well as a deeper dive into the particulars around the seamless out-of-the-box integration between Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and Oracle GoldenGate.

http://www.ateam-oracle.com/understanding-the-odi-jkms-and-how-they-work-with-oracle-goldengate/

Happy reading!

Monday Oct 14, 2013

Streaming relational transactions to HBase

Following the introductory blog post on the topic – ' Stream your transactions into Big Data Systems', and blog posts on "Streaming Relational Transactions to HDFS and Hive", in this blog post I focus on the architecture for streaming transactions into HBase.

As shown in the diagram below, integrating database with HBase is accomplished by developing a custom handler using Oracle GoldenGate's Java API and HBase APIs.

 The custom handler is deployed as an integral part of the Oracle GoldenGate Pump process.   The Pump process and the custom adapter are configured through the Pump parameter file and custom adapter's properties file. The Pump process executes adapter in its address space. The Pump reads the Trail File created by the Oracle GoldenGate Capture process and passes the transactions to the adapter. Based on the configuration, the adapter writes the transactions to HBase.

A sample implementation of the HBase adapter is provided on My Oracle Support (Knowledge ID - 1586211.1). This is provided to illustrate the capability and to assist in the adoption of the Oracle GoldenGate Java API in developing custom solutions. The sample implementation illustrates the configuration and the code required for replicating database transactions on an example table to a corresponding HBase table. The instructions for configuring Oracle GoldenGate, compiling and running the sample implementation are also provided.

The sample code and configuration may be extended to develop custom solutions, however, please note that Oracle will not provide support for the code and the configuration illustrated in the knowledge base paper.

As always, I would greatly appreciate if you can share your use case about integrating Oracle GoldenGate with your Big Data strategy and your feedback on using the custom handler for integrating relational database with your Big Data systems. Please post your comments in this blog or in the Oracle GoldenGate public forum - https://forums.oracle.com/community/developer/english/business_intelligence/system_management_and_integration/goldengate

Wednesday Oct 09, 2013

Streaming relational transactions to Hive

Following the introductory blog post on the topic – ' Stream your transactions into Big Data Systems', and blog post on 'Streaming relational transactions to HDFS', in this blog post I will discuss the architecture for streaming relational transactions into Hive.

Referring to the architecture diagram below, integrating database with Hive is accomplished by developing a custom handler using Oracle GoldenGate's Java API and Hadoop HDFS APIs.

The custom handler is deployed as an integral part of the Oracle GoldenGate Pump process. The Pump process and the custom adapter are configured through the Pump parameter file and custom adapter's properties file.The Pump process executes adapter in its address space. The Pump reads the Trail File created by the Oracle GoldenGate Capture process and passes the transactions to the adapter. Based on the configuration, the adapter writes the transactions in a desired format, with the appropriate content to a file which is defined by the Hive DDL for the table.

A sample implementation of the Hive adapter is provided on My Oracle Support (Knowledge ID - 1586188.1). This is provided to illustrate the capability and to assist in the adoption of the Oracle GoldenGate Java API in developing custom solutions. The sample implementation illustrates the configuration and the code required for replicating database transactions on an example table to a corresponding Hive table. The instructions for configuring Oracle GoldenGate, compiling and running the sample implementation are also provided.

The sample code and configuration may be extended to develop custom solutions, however, please note that Oracle will not provide support for the code and the configuration illustrated in the knowledge base paper.

It would be great if you could share your use case about leveraging Oracle GoldenGate in your Big Data strategy and your feedback on using the custom handler for integrating relational database with Hive. Please post your comments in this blog or in the Oracle GoldenGate public forum - https://forums.oracle.com/community/developer/english/business_intelligence/system_management_and_integration/goldengate

Thursday Oct 03, 2013

Streaming relational transactions to Hadoop- HDFS

Following the introductory blog post on the topic – ' Stream your transactions into Big Data Systems'  in this blog post I will drill down on the architecture for streaming  relational transactions into HDFS. 

As you can see in the architecture diagram below, you can integrate relational database with HDFS by developing a custom handler using Oracle GoldenGate's Java API and Hadoop HDFS APIs.

 The custom handler is deployed as an integral part of the Oracle GoldenGate Pump process.   The Pump process and the custom adapter are configured through the Pump parameter file and custom adapter's properties file.

The Pump process executes the adapter in its address space. The Pump reads the Trail File created by the Oracle GoldenGate Capture process and passes the transactions to the adapter. Based on the configuration, the adapter writes the transactions in the desired format, with the appropriate content to a desired file on HDFS.

A sample implementation of the HDFS adapter is provided on My Oracle Support (Knowledge ID - 1586210.1). This is provided to illustrate the capability and to assist in the adoption of the Oracle GoldenGate Java API in developing custom solutions. The sample implementation illustrates the configuration and the code required for replicating database transactions on an example table to a file on HDFS. The instructions for configuring Oracle GoldenGate, compiling and running the sample implementation are also provided.

The sample code and configuration may be extended to develop custom solutions, however, please note that Oracle will not provide support for the code and the configuration illustrated in the knowledge base paper.

Please share your use case about how you use Oracle GoldenGate in your Big Data strategy and your feedback on using the custom handler for integrating relational database with your Big Data systems. Please post your comments in this blog or in the Oracle GoldenGate public forum - https://forums.oracle.com/community/developer/english/business_intelligence/system_management_and_integration/goldengate

Friday Oct 05, 2012

Hidden Gems: Accelerating Oracle Data Integrator with SOA, Groovy, SDK, and XML

On the last day of Oracle OpenWorld, we had a final advanced session on getting the most out of Oracle Data Integrator through the use of various advanced techniques.

The primary way to improve your ODI processes is to choose the optimal knowledge modules for your load and take advantage of the optimized tools of your database, such as OracleDataPump and similar mechanisms in other databases. Knowledge modules also allow you to customize tasks, allowing you to codify best practices that are consistently applied by all integration developers.

ODI SDK is another very powerful means to automate and speed up your integration development process. This allows you to automate Life Cycle Management, code comparison, repetitive code generation and change of your integration projects. The SDK is easily accessible through Java or scripting languages such as Groovy and Jython.

Finally, all Oracle Data Integration products provide services that can be integrated into a larger Service Oriented Architecture. This moved data integration from an isolated environment into an agile part of a larger business process environment. All Oracle data integration products can play a part in thisracle GoldenGate can integrate into business event streams by processing JMS queues or publishing new events based on database transactions.

  • Oracle GoldenGate can integrate into business event streams by processing JMS queues or publishing new events based on database transactions.
  • Oracle Data Integrator allows full control of its runtime sessions through web services, so that integration jobs can become part of business processes.
  • Oracle Data Service Integrator provides a data virtualization layer over your distributed sources, allowing unified reading and updating for heterogeneous data without replicating and moving data.
  • Oracle Enterprise Data Quality provides data quality services to cleanse and deduplicate your records through web services.

Monday Sep 24, 2012

Next-Generation Data Integration on Oracle Exadata

Companies are currently faced with increasing data volumes and retention times while simultaneously batch windows are shrinking. In the ‘Next-Generation Data Integration on Oracle Exadata’ session we will be discussing how Oracle with its innovative Data Integration solution along with Exadata can help companies tackle that challenge.

Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate provide industry-leading performance and scalability for data integration on Oracle Exadata. They are both uniquely designed to take full advantage of the power of the database and to eliminate unnecessary middle-tier components which can often be bottlenecks for data movement and transformation. Combined with the extreme performance provided by Exadata our Data Integration products help companies move towards a more efficient and flexible data integration infrastructure.


If you’re interested in hearing more about how our customers maximize the performance of their Exadata systems while minimizing batch windows, all without adding more hardware resources join us for the following session:

Next-Generation Data Integration on Oracle Exadata 

Thursday October, 4th - 11:15AM - 12:15PM

Moscone West – Room 3005

We also have many other exciting sessions including 'Oracle Data Integrator Product Update and Future Strategy' on October 2nd at 1:15PM in Moscone West Room 3005. In this session we will discuss the ODI roadmap and its integration with engineered systems such as the Oracle Big Data Appliance. It's a session not to be missed!

You can find a list of all the Data Integration sessions happening at Oracle OpenWorld in this document: Focus On Data Integration.

If you will not be able to come to OpenWorld, for more information please check out our data sheet Oracle Data Integration Solutions and the Oracle Exadata Database Machine.

Tuesday Sep 18, 2012

Raymond James at Oracle OpenWorld: Showcasing Real Time Data Integration.

In today’s always-on, always connected world, integrating data in real-time is a necessity for most companies and most industries.

The experts at Raymond James Financials, using Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle Data Integrator, have designed a real-time data integration solution for their operational data store and services that support applications throughout the enterprise . They boast an amazing number of daily executions, while dramatically reducing data latency,  increasing data service performance, and speeding time to market.

OOW: Meet the expertsTo know more on how they have achieved such results, come listen to Ryan Fonnett and Tim Garrod: they will explain how they implemented their solution, and also illustrate their explanations with a live demonstration of their work. A presentation not to be missed!

Real-Time Data Integration
with Oracle Data Integrator
at Raymond James

October 1st 2012 at 4:45pm
Moscone West, room 3005

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