By Mike.Hallett@Oracle-BI&EPM on Mar 07, 2014
As we survey the marketplace storms - Cloud, Big Data, Mobile, Self-service Analytics, In-Memory – we see that Architecture and Governance are more important than ever.
To help our partners and customers weather this evolution, we have provided an in-depth library of guidelines and reference architectures containing pragmatic advice and approaches that will help you better plan, execute, and manage IT Strategies to achieve agility, economy, performance and sound governance.
For example you will find in this library:
Business Analytics Practitioner Guides
· Creating a BA Roadmap (PDF, 44 pages, published: July 2013)
Business analytics can be a complex undertaking requiring business alignment, communication, and planning. This document describes the process used to create an effective BA Roadmap. It takes into account several business factors and an evaluation of the current state in order to prioritize efforts that will best serve both the business and IT communities.
Business Analytics Reference Architectures
· BA Foundation (PDF, 70 pages, published: June 2013)
This document presents a view of business analytics designed to offer companies the desired advantages while minimizing the time and expense often associated with BA endeavours. This document defines the core concepts of modern business analytics, provides a conceptual view of the architecture depicting the key capabilities, and identifies applicable technology standards.
· BA Infrastructure (PDF, 100 pages, published: June 2013)
At most organizations, business analytics systems have been deployed piecemeal over time resulting in data inconsistencies, complexity, and inflexibility. This document describes desirable and practical architecture principles and a reference architecture from which an organization can tailor their own architecture blueprint to tame the chaos.
Business Analytics White Papers
· Oracle's Approach to Business Analytics (PDF, 18 pages,
published Sept 2013)
The advent of Big Data has ushered in a new wave of interest in business analytics. Organizations are challenged with moving ahead with new technologies while managing existing environments and integrating it all into a cohesive solution. This document describes Oracle's pragmatic approach to business analytics - one that focuses on a strategic vision, yet tactically delivers value and improves proficiency over time.
Enterprise Solution Designs
· Big Data and Analytics Reference Architecture (PDF, 39 pages,
published: September 2013)
Big Data is being used in ingenious ways to predict customer buying habits, detect fraud and waste, analyze product sentiment, identify new business opportunities, etc. Rather than approach Big Data as a new technology silo, an organization should strive to create a unified information architecture that incorporates Big Date with all other types of data. This paper defines and describes a reference architecture that promotes a unified vision for information management and analytics.
Oracle Reference Architecture
· Information Management (PDF,
208 pages, published: July 2013)
Information is key to enabling competitive advantage and must be must be delivered pervasively within the business as well as to the wider community and customer base. This document offers a framework for an information management architecture that supports an overall information management strategy including the capabilities to ensure accuracy, integrity, security, and consistency of the information as well as integration capabilities.