Thursday May 29, 2014

Oracle Data Warehouse and Big Data Magazine MAY Edition for Customers + Partners

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The latest edition of our monthly data warehouse and big data magazine for Oracle customers and partners is now available. The content for this magazine is taken from the various data warehouse and big data Oracle product management blogs, Oracle press releases, videos posted on Oracle Media Network and Oracle Facebook pages. Click here to view the May Edition


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Friday Jan 17, 2014

StubHub's Data Scientists reap benefits of integrated approach….

We have released yet another great video customer video, this time with Stubhub.

Many customers are still pulling data out of their data warehouse and shipping it to specialised processing engines so they can mine their data, run spatial analytics and/or built multi-dimensional cubes. The problem with this approach, as the team at Stubhub points out, is that typically when you move the data to these specialised engines you have to work with a subset of the data that is sitting in your data warehouse. When you work with a subset of data you immediately start to impose compromises on your analytical workflows. If you can't work with all your data then you can't be sure that your analytical model is as good as it could be and that could mean losing customers or missing out on additional revenue.

The other problem comes from everyone using their own favourite tool to do their analysis: how do you share your discoveries, how do you develop a high level of corporate-wide analytical skills?

Stubhub asked Oracle to help them resolve these two key problems...

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Friday Dec 20, 2013

BAE Systems Choose Big Data Appliance for Critical Projects

Here's another great story about how to use data warehousing and big data technologies to solve real world problems using diverse sets of data using Oracle technology. BAE Systems is taking unstructured, semi-structured, operational and social media data and using it to solve complex problems such as financial crime, cyber security and digital transformation. The volumes of data that BAE deals with are very large and this creates its own set of challenges and problems in terms of optimising hardware and software to work efficiently and effectively together. Although BAE had their own in-house Hadoop experts they chose Oracle Big Data Appliance for their Hadoop cluster because it’s easier, cheaper, and faster to operate.

BAE is working with many telco customers to explore the new areas that are being opened up by the use of big data to manage browsing data and call record data. These data sources are being transformed to provide additional insight for the network operations teams, analysis of customer quality and to drive marketing campaigns.

 

BAE

 

Click on the image to watch the video, or click here: http://medianetwork.oracle.com/video/player/2940549413001

Tuesday Apr 12, 2011

SSH, Remote Files and External Table Pre-Processing

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Wednesday Mar 23, 2011

New Best Practice series

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Monday Feb 28, 2011

Conventional Parallel Inserts do Exist in Oracle 11

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Monday Jul 12, 2010

The Next Evolutionary Step - Analytical Connectivity

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Thursday Jun 03, 2010

OpenWorld Suggest-a-Session Voting on Oracle Mix now OPEN!

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Tuesday May 18, 2010

Data Warehouse Best Practices

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Sunday Jan 24, 2010

Are you a Data Warehouse IT Superhero?

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Monday Jul 27, 2009

A follow up on "why does ETL take so long"

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Thursday Jul 16, 2009

Data Warehouse Presentations at OpenWorld 2009

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