OAC 4 New Features

Presented by Dan Vlamis

Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) brings the power of Oracle BI to the Oracle Cloud, including the headline from Oracle OpenWorld: Machine Learning. See a live demonstration of OAC 4. OAC prior version customers: add Machine learning and lots of other new features. BICS (BI Cloud Service) and DVCS (Data Visualization Cloud Service) customers: control your own instances and license Oracle Analytics software by the OCPU instead of having to license by user. OBIEE (Oracle BI Enterprise Edition) customers: move your content to the Oracle cloud to save on administrative headache and add new features.
Join Dan Vlamis, Oracle ACE Director, and President of Vlamis Software Solutions, as he breaks down the exciting new features in OAC 4. Expect a fast-paced presentation with live demos of OAC, on as many of the new features as time allows. Features that debuted in Data Visualization 4 for Desktop are covered more fully in the November 9 webcast, but will be summarized. Just like our previous demonstrations of new BI releases (see www.vlamis.com/obiwebinars for a list), we will give a live demonstration of as many of these features as we have time for, including:
Recap of DV4 features shown on November 9:
A. New Home Page
B. New Visualization control experience
C. New Column controls for date/time, auto-binning
D. New narrate experience
E. New data flow steps, including create Essbase cube step
F. Machine learning
New OAC 4 features:
A. Data limit truncation warnings
B. Narrate enhancements for groups
C. Data flow enhancements
1. Sequences for Data flows
2. Data flow scheduling
3. Renaming steps
4. Create Essbase cube step
D. BI Publisher consuming XSAs
E. Essbase new features
F. Admin / Console new features
1. Content embedding
2. Data replication
3. Email deliverables
4. Map Viewer console
5. Import / export TCM models
G. Public API support
We will also include an update on the new Oracle Analytics Cloud Store, where you can download many additional visualizations and see additional demonstrations of Oracle BI technology.

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