Thursday Feb 25, 2016

Fast Cloud Analytics for Partners

You can replay the webcast, and download the presentation material, (originally on March 9, 2016) to hear from the Oracle experts, how you as an Oracle partner can accelerate your analytics business with the Fast Cloud Analytics Program sales campaign.

The Fast Cloud Analytics Program is a market proven, high volume, recommended business program delivered by leading Oracle Cloud Partners consisting of a suite of Oracle Analytics flagship cloud offerings bundled with a “Jump Start” partner consulting services offering.

What’s in there for my customers?

Everything your customer needs to quickly, efficiently and affordably make a successful Business Intelligence Proof of Value and initial live project.  This new Data Visualization capability is the perfect complement to existing Cloud Applications SaaS customers, and to any business application.

  1. Simple to Use and Consume
  2. Free 30 day Trial for Customers: click “Try it” and go
  3. Transparent Pricing and Partner Resell Margin: We will clearly explain how partners can earn a good margin for reselling these cloud solutions: and collaborate in our Sales campaigns.
  4. More Visual: with Data Visualization capabilities, business users can point and click to upload personal data and blend it with IT-managed data
  5. More Mobile: Deploy analytics on the go from the Oracle public cloud, without fire wall issues at customer data centres
  6. For Everyone: For all Apps users in cloud or on-premise – does not need to be an Oracle database customer
  7. Friendlier: a new user interface simplifies the layout, making it easier for users to quickly create their own Data Visualization Analytics to see what’s important
  8. Additional Partner Services: to guide best practice for success, and provide advanced data management and integration for your clients

Replay the webcast, and download the presentation material

In the meantime, you can also See and Try Oracle Data Visualisation to Re-Boot your partner Business and other resources such as:

Wednesday Feb 17, 2016

Oracle Committed to Leadership in the Analytics Market

A number of analysts comment on the analytics marketplace from time to time, such as Forrester or Gartner: and as an Oracle partner we ask you to position these most effectively with your clients.

Specifically with the latest one from Gartner, Oracle chose not to participate in this survey for 2016, and if your clients ask about this we would ask that you individually present this “Oracle_Gartner BI Magic Quadrants Guidance.pdf” to your personal client contacts.*

As this guidance makes clear, our perspective is that your customers need a bi-modal analytics strategy designed for speed and discovery, as well as for consistency and scalability. Our market leadership grows from the integrated combination of these two capabilities with the foundation of OBI12c now integrated with Oracle Data Visualisation.

Also check out his blog from our VP Rich Clayton - Oracle’s Perspective on the Analytics Market.

(*This “Oracle_Gartner BI Magic Quadrants Guidance.pdf” can be downloaded from the BI Modernisation 12c Sales Campaign Partner Folder: to get logon access to this if you do not yet have it, email your Oracle ID to Mike.Hallett@Oracle.com.)

Tuesday Feb 16, 2016

Download Presentations from User Conference BIWA Summit January 2016 for Big Data and Analytics

There are over a hundred sessions you can download from the BIWA Summit in January 2016: a summary and set of links are here @ Links to Presentations: BIWA Summit'16 - Big Data + Analytics User Conference.

BIWA is an IOUG SIG run entirely by customers, partners and Oracle employee volunteers. 

Here is just a small sample to show you the richness of topics covered: go to the link for the full list.

Advanced Analytics

Presentations (Click on Details to access file if submitted by presenter)

Predictive Modelling and Forecasting

Details

Fault Detection using Advanced Analytics at CERN's Large Hadron Collider: Too Hot or Too Cold

Details

Large Scale Machine Learning with Big Data SQL, Hadoop and Spark

Details

Stubhub and Oracle Advanced Analytics

Details

Fiserv Case Study: Using Oracle Advanced Analytics for Fraud Detection in Online Payments

Details

Learn Predictive Analytics in 2 hours - Oracle Data Miner 4.0 Hands on Lab

Details

Oracle R Enterprise 1.5 - Hot new features

Details

BI and Visualization

Presentations

Preparing for BI 12c Upgrade

Details

Data Visualization at Sound Exchange – a Case Study

Details

Integrating OBIEE and Essbase: why it Makes Sense

Details

Optimize Oracle Business Intelligence Analytics with Oracle 12c In-Memory Database option

Details

Oracle Data Visualization vs. Answers: The Cage Match

Details

See What’s There and What’s Coming with BICS & Data Visualization

Details

Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service Hands-On Lab with Customer Use Cases

Details

On Metadata, Mashups and the Future of Enterprise BI

Details

Big Data

Presentations

Oracle Modern Manufacturing - Bridging IoT, Big Data Analytics and ERP for Better Results

Details

Enrich, Transform and Analyse Big Data using Big Data Discovery and Visual Analyzer

Details

Oracle Big Data SQL: Unified SQL Analysis Across the Big Data Platform

Details

How to choose between Hadoop, NoSQL or Oracle Database

Details

Analytical SQL in the Era of Big Data

Details

Cloud Computing

Presentations

Oracle BI Tools on the Cloud - On Premise vs. Hosted vs. Oracle Cloud

Details

Hybrid Cloud Using Oracle DBaaS: How the Italian Workers Comp Authority Uses Graph Technology

Details

Safe Passage to the CLOUD – Analytics

Details

Data Warehousing and ETL

Presentations

Oracle Database In-Memory Option Boot Camp: Everything You Need to Know

Details

Best Practices for Getting Started With Oracle Database In-Memory

Details

Delivering an Enterprise-Wide Standard Chart of Accounts at GE with Oracle DRM

Details

Worst Practice in Data Warehouse Design

Details

Internet of Things

Presentations

Industrial IoT and Machine Learning - Making Wind Energy Cost Competitive

Details

Big Data and the Internet of Things in 2016: Beyond the Hype

Details

IoT for Big Machines

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The State of Internet of Things (IoT)

Details

Oracle Spatial and RDF-Graph Option

Presentations

Dismantling Criminal Networks with Graph and Spatial Visualization and Analysis

Details

Map Visualization in Analytic Apps in the Cloud, On-Premise, and Mobile

Details

Best Practices, Tips and Tricks with Oracle Spatial and Graph

Details

Delivering Smarter Spatial Data Management within Ordnance Survey, UK

Details

Deploying a Linked Data Service at the Italian National Institute of Statistics

Details

ATLAS - Utilizing Oracle Spatial and Graph with Esri for Pipeline GIS and Linear Asset Management

Details

Gain Insight into Your Graph Data -- A hands on lab for Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph

Details

Graph Databases: A Social Network Analysis Use Case

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Managing National Broadband Infrastructure at Turk Telekom with Oracle Spatial and Graph

Details

Wednesday Dec 23, 2015

1-Day Sales Workshop for Oracle Partners on Data Visualization and Modern Analytics

9th February 2016 in UK – Click here for more information – Free to all OPN Partners in EMEA

Business users want Self Service data Visualization and analytics where they can quickly mash-up their data with integrated enterprise data from ERP systems and data warehouses and Big Data. Combining this with an explosion in the variety and quantity of data, traditional IT approaches are struggling to keep up with costs and skills.

In this 1-Day Workshop for Oracle Partners we will present and demonstrate how Oracle is successfully selling solutions that rapidly deliver business value, and help our existing customer base to modernise and exploit their current investments in Oracle products and expand into new technologies such as Hadoop.

Partners can seize this great opportunity for self-service Data Visualisation by prototyping and showing visual stories to their clients; convincing them on the agility and depth of analysis the partner can deliver with an integrated Oracle architecture.

Click here for more information – Free to all OPN Partners in EMEA

To prepare yourself you can preview some of the new visualization tools such as:

  1. See and Try Oracle Data Visualisation to Re-Boot your Business
  2. And see Oracle Big Data Discovery Demos
  3. There are also many BICS tutorials @ BI Cloud Service - Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service DocumentationVideos and Tutorials.

Tuesday Dec 22, 2015

See and Try Oracle Data Visualisation to Re-Boot your Business

2016 will re-boot your Oracle analytics business with the new Data Visualisation.  You can captivate your clients by exploiting the revolutionary ease of use and simplicity of deployment in the new Oracle data visualisation software and cloud services. Partners can deliver rich services to help setup and exploit rapid deployments for Data Visualisation, and then expand in many directions to enrich this initial project with the full stack of integrated Oracle analytics solutions.

Demonstrate and Learn about these most recent Oracle BI and Data Visualisation capabilities with more than 30 short videos arranged into playlists at YouTube-BI-Tech-Demos. These include:

  1. Try the software, by downloading the pre-built VM @ Demo OBI 12c and Visual Analyzer with SampleApp v511 Download,
  2. Or you can request a trial on the cloud with BICS and visual analyzer for yourself or your clients with the “Try it >” button @ Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS),
  3. Or subscribe to the Data Visualization Cloud Service (DVCS) for $150 / Named User / Month with a 5 user minimum.

Wednesday Oct 28, 2015

Predictive and Advanced Analytics with Oracle BI

Partners can differentiate their services by adding extra smart predictive and advanced analytics to Oracle BI deployment projects.  Indeed OBI 12c now includes some capabilities integrated into OBI: but there are many additional techniques and tools to provide “data science” integrating Oracle Database, OBI and Hadoop with Advanced Analytics.

The core database Oracle Advanced Analytics product consists of two components, and you can learn more of these from a series of on-demand free of charge tutorials:

And there is a more general introduction @ Video Lecture Series Data Science Boot-Camp Tutorials. To get some practice on getting this all to work together, you can download pre-packaged VMs from OTN all set up ready to work:

Oracle University also offers Data Mining Techniques, available as Training on Demand, which includes access to labs to do the practical - you can see a demo on this course hereThere is also the Oracle R Enterprise Essentials course available as a scheduled Live Virtual Class.

There are many more aspects to “Advanced Analytics” with Oracle, for example you can follow some articles @ advanced and @ https://blogs.oracle.com/R/ and https://blogs.oracle.com/datamining/. Among the other components critical to specific types of analytical problems are the Spatial and the RDF-Graph options which run in the Database and we now have Big Data Spatial and Graph Analytics for Hadoop.

Oracle can even provide Real-Time Decisions using machine learning to make optimal decisions in the circa 100ms timeframe; reacting to events such as fraud detection, machine failure or to increase revenue by improving the probability of click-to-buy on a web-commerce shopping cart.

Tuesday Oct 20, 2015

Oracle Red Radio Discusses Big Data

Oracle Red Radio is the new weekly show exclusively for partners to hear insights from senior Oracle and Partner executives on what is relevant to you, our Partners.

On Friday 20th November at 17:00 the show will be discussing Big Data in the company of Mike Connaughton, Oracle Big Data Leader for EMEA.

Tune in to hear:

  • The size of the opportunity and how we can jointly work together to maximize revenues in this exciting market place
  • What’s Big Data means, what’s going on in the industry and why customers are adopting Big Data
  • Oracle’s solutions for Big Data and how we’re positioning them to customers

 

With news, sport and weather updates and our guest quiz it promises to be a compelling and entertaining show.

Join us here, and find prior recordings for replay: http://feeds.feedburner.com/OracleRedRadioShow

Monday Oct 05, 2015

Answer Big Data Questions – Webinar Series from Rittman

Mark Rittman, ACE Director and all things analytics and big data guru, is running a series of live webinars to answer some Big Data Questions you may be wondering about:

  1. How to Extend and enhance your Data Warehouse to address Big Data? - Register for Extend Data Warehouse - Tuesday 3 November
  2. What is Big Data Discovery and how does it complement traditional Business Analytics? - Register for Discovery webinar - Tuesday 10 November
  3. How to Add Big Data to your Organization to create true 360-Degree Customer Insight? - Register for Customer Insight - Tuesday 24 November

 

Extending and enhancing your Data Warehouse to address Big Data

Organizations with data warehouses are increasingly looking at big data technologies to extend the capacity of their platform, offload simple ETL and data processing tasks and add new capabilities to store and process unstructured data along with their existing relational datasets. In this presentation we'll look at what's involved in adding Hadoop and other big data technologies to your data warehouse platform, see how tools such as Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Business Intelligence can be used to process and analyze new "big data" data sources, and look at what's involved in creating a single query and metadata layer over both sources of data.

Tuesday 3rd November, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT / 16:00 – 17:00 CET – Register for Extend Data Warehouse

What is Big Data Discovery and how does it complement traditional Business Analytics?

Data Discovery is an analysis technique that complements traditional business analytics, and enables users to combine, explore and analyse disparate datasets to spot opportunities and patterns that lie hidden within your data. Oracle Big Data discovery takes this idea and applies it to your unstructured and big data datasets, giving users a way to catalogue, join and then analyse all types of data across your organization. At the same time Oracle Big Data Discovery reduces the dependency on expensive and often difficult to find Data Scientists, opening up many Big Data tasks to “Citizen” Data Scientists.

In this session we'll look at Oracle Big Data Discovery and how it provides a "visual face" to your big data initiatives, and how it complements and extends the work that you currently do using business analytics tools.

Tuesday 10th November, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT / 16:00 – 17:00 CET Register for Discovery webinar

Adding Big Data to your Organization to create true 360-Degree Customer Insight

Organisations are increasingly looking to "big data" to create a true, 360-degree view of their customer and market activity. Big data technologies such as Hadoop, NoSQL databases and predictive modelling make it possible now to bring highly granular data from all customer touch-points into a single repository and use that information to make better offers, create more relevant products and predict customer behaviour more accurately.

In this session we'll look at what's involved in creating a customer 360-degree view using big data technologies on the Oracle platform, see how unstructured and social media sources can be added to more traditional transactional and customer attribute data, and how machine learning and predictive modelling techniques can then be used to classify, cluster and predict customer behaviour.

Tuesday 24th November, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT / 16:00 – 17:00 CET – Register for Customer Insight

For any questions about these webinars please contact Mark Rittman

Business Analytics EPM and Big Data Product Strategy Event for Partners in Europe, Middle East & Africa


November 11, 2015 9:00am – 5:30pm

Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel at Heathrow
140 Bath Rd, Hayes
London UB3 5AW
United Kingdom

Register for London Event

November 15, 2015 9:00am – 5:30pm

JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai
Sheikh Zayed Road
Business Bay Dubai 121000
United Arab Emirates

Register for Dubai Event

We are doing exclusive briefings in London and Dubai for EMEA Partners, on the latest Product updates for Oracle Business Analytics, EPM, Big Data and Data Integration.

If you missed out on Oracle OpenWorld this year, you have another chance with Matt Bradley (SVP of Development for Business Analytics) and his management team to hear about the latest developments, innovations and enhancements that have been added to the Oracle Business Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, Data Integration and Enterprise Performance Management product portfolio.

Detailed sessions will include roadmap updates on the following topics:

Ø Evolving trends in the Analytics space such as cloud and mobile

Ø Self- Service Analytics

Ø OBI 12c, BI Ask & Visual Analyzer

Ø The Value of Big Data and Data Discovery

Ø Data Integration and Governance for Big Data and Business Analytics

Ø Hyperion Financial Planning & Budgeting and Planning & Budgeting in the Cloud

Ø Financial Close

Ø Enterprise Performance Management Reporting Cloud Service

The forum agenda splits into two tracks, one for Analytics and Big Data, and the other for EPM, and you can find more information by clicking the Register for London Event / Register for Dubai Event links.

There will also be a dinner held on the evenings of the 11th & 15th November from 6:30pm, where you will be able to mix with the presenters and a selection of customers who will attend a similar product strategy update on the following day.

Please note that spaces for this event are limited and as such will be allocated with priority to OPN member specialist partners, with a maximum of 2 representatives per company & country (per track) – Please do not book travel until your place has been confirmed.

Wednesday Jul 15, 2015

OBI11g Analyses Hadoop data directly (without ETL) using Oracle Big Data SQL

You may have noticed that OBI can now analyse Hadoop data directly (without ETL) using Oracle Big Data SQL for Data Access (or Cloudera’s Impala), and can easily join it with other OBI data sources onto one dashboard. To find out more you can review the Big Data documentation below, and try it for yourself by downloading the Demonstration VM for OBI 11g SampleApp v506 including Cloudera and Big Data SQL.

Oracle Big Data Appliance Software User's Guide

1 Introducing Oracle Big Data Appliance

2 Administering Oracle Big Data Appliance

3 Supporting User Access to Oracle Big Data Appliance

4 Configuring Oracle Exadata Database Machine for Use with Oracle Big Data Appliance

5 Optimizing MapReduce Jobs Using Perfect Balance

6 Using Oracle Big Data SQL for Data Access

7 Oracle Big Data SQL Reference

Essentially, Oracle Big Data SQL accesses Hadoop via external tables to:

  • ORACLE_HIVE: Enables you to create Oracle external tables over Apache Hive data sources. Use this access driver when you already have Hive tables defined for your HDFS data sources. ORACLE_HIVE can also access data stored in other locations, such as HBase, that have Hive tables defined for them. The DBMS_HADOOP PL/SQL package contains a function named CREATE_EXTDDL_FOR_HIVE. It returns the data dictionary language (DDL) to create an external table for accessing a Hive table.
  • ORACLE_HDFS: Enables you to create Oracle external tables directly over files stored in HDFS. This access driver uses Hive syntax to describe a data source, assigning default column names of COL_1, COL_2, and so forth. You do not need to create a Hive table manually as a separate step: you can just define the record format of text data, or you can specify a SerDe for a particular data format.

External tables do not have traditional indexes, so that queries against them typically require a full table scan. However, Oracle Big Data SQL extends SmartScan capabilities, such as filter-predicate offloads, to Oracle external tables with the installation of Exadata storage server software onto an Oracle Big Data Appliance. This technology enables the Oracle Big Data Appliance to discard a huge portion of irrelevant data—often up to 99 percent of the total—and return much smaller result sets to the Oracle Exadata Database Machine. Therefore, End users obtain the results of their queries significantly faster, as the direct result of a reduced load on Oracle Database and reduced traffic on the network.

Note that alternatively, and similarly, Oracle SQL Connector for HDFS provides access to Hadoop data for all Oracle Big Data Appliance racks, including those that are not connected to Oracle Exadata Database Machine. However, it does not offer the performance benefits of Oracle Big Data SQL: see Oracle Big Data Connectors User's Guide.

Tuesday Jun 16, 2015

Big Data Spatial and Graph Analytics for Hadoop

We have just added Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph support for Hadoop and NoSQL database technologies.  For over a decade, Oracle has offered leading spatial and graph analytic technology for the Oracle Database: we have now applied this expertise to work with social network data and to exploit Big Data architectures.  

Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph includes two main components:

  1. A distributed property graph database with 35 built-in graph analytics to discover graph patterns in big data, such as communities and influencers within a social graph
  2. A wide range of spatial analysis functions and services to evaluate data based on how near or far something is to one another, or whether something falls within a boundary or region

Property Graph Data Management and Analysis

Property graphs are commonly used to model and analyze relationships, such as communities, influencers and recommendations, and other patterns found in social networks, cyber security, utilities and telecommunications, life sciences and clinical data, and knowledge networks.  

Property graphs model the real-world as networks of linked data comprising vertices (entities), edges (relationships), and properties (attributes) for both. Property graphs are flexible and easy to evolve; metadata is stored as part of the graph and new relationships are added by simply adding an edge.

Oracle Big Data Graph provides an industry leading property graph capability on Apache HBase and Oracle NoSQL Database with a Groovy-based console; parallel bulk load from common graph file formats; text indexing and search; querying graphs in database and in memory; ease of development with open source Java APIs and popular scripting languages; and an in-memory, parallel, multi-user, graph analytics engine with 35 standard graph analytics.

Spatial Analysis and Services – Enrich and Categorize Your Big Data with Location

With the spatial capabilities, users can take data with any location information, enrich it, and use it to harmonize their data.  For example, Oracle Big Data Spatial can look at datasets like Twitter feeds that include a zip code or street address, and add or update city, state, and country information. These results can be visualized on a map with the included HTML5-based web mapping tool.  Location can be used as a universal key across disparate data commonly found in Hadoop-based analytic solutions. 

“Big Data systems are increasingly being used to process large volumes of data from a wide variety of sources. With the introduction of Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph, Hadoop users will be able to enrich data based on location and use this to harmonize data for further correlation, categorization and analysis. For traditional geospatial workloads, it will provide value-added spatial processing and allow us to support customers with large vector and raster data sets on Hadoop systems.” - Steve Pierce, CEO, Think Huddle

Your Spatial & Graph specialist contact in EMEA is Hans Viehmann (hans.viehmann@oracle.com).

You can attend a live web-conference on Spatial & Graph on Tuesday, July 21st at 6:00 PM UK / 7:00 PM CET

Thursday Feb 26, 2015

EMEA Oracle Big Data Analytics Partner Forum 29th to 30th April 2015

For Partners in BI, Data Integration and Big Data - Partners from all countries welcome.

Big Data Analytics is gathering momentum and we would like to share with you the many Oracle Customer case studies that demonstrate why and how they are achieving great value for their organisations with Oracle Big Data Analytics.

Also get Hands-on experience with the game-changing new Big Data Discovery product.

29th -30th April, 2015 at the Hilton Madrid Airport, Spain - Register Now

This is your key annual event here in Europe to get the latest from Oracle to propel your business growth in Big Data Analytics. This event should appeal to Analytics, Big Data, Data Warehouse and Data Integration specialised Partners, Executives, Sales, Pre-sales and Solution consultants: with a choice of participation in the plenary day-1 and then two optional deep-dive sessions on day-2:

1. Big Data Discovery - Hands-on Technical Training

2. Big Data & Analytics Architecture Masterclass

Partners can attend to discover Oracle Big Data and Analytics from an initial client engagement perspective. See what is new in the latest version of Oracle Analytics and Big Data products and see how this translates into a cohesive solution architecture to support your projects and business transformation programmes. Understand how Analytics is positioned for the market opportunities from Big Data and greater business user demand for Self-service Visualisation and prototyping, as well as going deeper to support information discovery by Data Scientists.


There is no registration fee for OPN member partners for the conference which includes the plenary day, gala dinner, as well as any of the deeper dives and technical training, but you will be responsible for your own travel and hotel expenses.

Click here to Register Now and for more information. And check out these links:-

Session Guide:

Wednesday
29th April 2015: Day 1

Main Plenary Session
Full day - Registration 9.0 am, Dinner in the Evening

Thursday
30th April 2015: Day 2

Big Data Discovery - Hands-on Technical Training
All day - starting 9.00 am

Big Data & Analytics Architecture Masterclass
All day - starting 9.00 am


Friday Feb 20, 2015

Oracle Big Data Discovery Now Available - The Visual Face of Hadoop


There has been a lot of excitement about Oracle Big Data Discovery, and it is now generally available to customers and partners and can be sold and installed now.

This is a stunningly visual, intuitive tool that enables you to leverage the power of Hadoop and turn raw data into business insight in minutes — without learning complex products or relying only on specialists.

From a partner perspective it is perfect for proof of concept work with your clients to reveal the value they can find in their large information reservoirs combining a variety of data and text sources; potentially leading to much more and deeper analysis as part of an overall big data information architecture.

To find out more see these videos:

Check out the Capabilities of Big Data Discovery to

  1. Easily find relevant data by browsing a rich, interactive catalog of all data in hadoop using familiar keyword search and guided navigation.
  2. Explore data to understand its’ potential by visualizing the shape and quality of unfamiliar data and combining attributes to uncover interesting relationships.
  3. Transform and enrich to make data better with intuitive, user-driven data wrangling.
  4. See rich, interactive visualizations that reveal new patterns by blending diverse data sets for deeper perspectives.

More Resources:

Thursday Feb 12, 2015

Extracting Useful Information From Human Language Text

Digital Reasoning announced that its cognitive computing platform, Synthesys, has achieved Oracle Big Data Appliance Optimized status through the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). Digital Reasoning was also a sponsor of the Business Analytics Summit in London (11 Feb 2015). Read the Press Release here.

In the field of big data and natural language, extracting useful information from any piece of human language is a challenging problem. Sentences must be parsed, entities identified, and relationships must be modeled. Digital Reasoning Synthesys semantic analysis software on Oracle Big Data Appliance can extract and resolve billions of entities, facts and relationships from millions of pieces of human language text. This enriched semantic analysis can then be visualised and further analysed and combined with enterprise and other data sources with Oracle tools such as Big Data Discovery and Endeca Discovery.

“With the X5 generation of Oracle’s Big Data Appliance, we now believe Oracle and Digital Reasoning deliver the most cost-effective cognitive computing platform on the market for customers who demand that sensitive electronic communications data gets analyzed....”

Synthesys on the Oracle Big Data Appliance

Take Mathematics to the Data with SAS High Performance Analytics on Oracle

Many Oracle partners have “Data Science” practices using SAS, who are one of our key ISV Partners in the statistical analytics space. Thousands of customers across every industry and public sector entrust their SAS deployments to Oracle databases, middleware, and systems infrastructure: and you and your clients can combine the power of SAS and Oracle as efficiently as possible by taking the mathematics to the data with SAS High Performance Analytics on Oracle Big Data Appliance and Exadata.


For example, see this 4 minute video discussion with Paul Kent, SAS VP - SAS Big Data Analytics on Oracle Engineered Systems.

Also download these papers and presentations:

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