Presentations 2004

KCOUG January Quarterly Meeting

Using Oracle9i Warehouse Builder to Create OLAP-Ready Data Warehouses

With the use of the new features found in Oracle’s Warehouse Builder(OWB) 9i and Oracle9i we can now design, construct and load a data warehouse that is fully OLAP ready. This presentation will introduce the attendee to OWB 9i and Oracle9i OLAP and how to design and construct an Oracle9i database that can be used for OLAP analysis and presentation.

IOUG Live! 2004

Building and Maintaining Applications Using Oracle BI Architecture — University Class Full-Day

This class will present the technologies that were introduced with Oracle 9i/10g and 9i Internet Developers Suite (9iDS). These include analytical functions in the relational database, OLAP Services, 9i Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB), Java OLAP API, and BI Beans. Attendees will see how to use Oracle 9i, OLAP Services, 9i OWB, JDeveloper 9i and BI Beans to build an OLAP aware warehouse and then develop simple and complex applications to view the warehouse data.

Developing Advanced Thin Client Applications with BI Beans — Expert Technical Session

When building business intelligence applications data is important, but the key piece is making the data easily accessible so that the end-user can use it to improve upon the business. This session explains how developers can take advantage of their existing J2EE and data warehouse servers as a platform to create extremely powerful interactive business intelligence applications, which can be used for guided analyses by management.

Discoverer 10G or BI Beans – Which Is Right for You? — Technical Session

Discoverer release 10g uses BI Beans to present Oracle OLAP data. It gets its power from BI Beans. How does this strategy give Discoverer users the flexibility to analyze OLAP data? What features does this expose to the users over what has been available previously? Custom applications that use BI Beans have many of the capabilities that are in the Discoverer 10g application.

Using the Oracle9i OLAP Spreadsheet Add-In — Quick Tip

The Oracle OLAP Spreadsheet Add-In provides access to Oracle OLAP data from within Microsoft Excel. This presentation will demonstrate how this add-in can provide users access to very powerful analytics within an application they are already comfortable using.

Managing Oracle OLAP — University Class Half-Day

In Oracle9i, Oracle has separated the physical storage of data warehouse data from the logical analysis of OLAP applications. Physically, data can be stored in relational tables, or in Analytic Workspaces (multidimensional storage). Analytic Workspaces make possible all sorts of interesting business intelligence applications, such as collaborative budgeting, collaborative forecasting, predictive analysis, and modeling applications.

ODTUG 2004

An End-to-End Solution for OLAP: From OWB to JDeveloper to Analyze Your Data Warehouse

This presentation will produce an actual, completed, OLAP-ready datamart, with a working BI application. It will address the steps necessary and options in building a Oracle OLAP cubes, including using Oracle Warehouse Builder, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and Analytic Workspace Manager. It will then move into developing simple and complex applications using JDeveloper, and BI Beans.

Effectively Using Oracle OLAP in Business Intelligence Applications

This presentation will describe the components of Oracle OLAP. Armed with information answering the questions “What is an analytic workspace?” and “What metadata is required to support the Java OLAP API and BI Beans?”, a designer will be able to design a data warehouse or data mart for use by a business intelligence application.

Ohio Oracle User Group Meeting

Using Oracle Business Intelligence Tools to Analyze Data Warehouses

Are you considering building a business intelligence/data warehousing solution? Are you experiencing integration pain from a “best of breed” solution or a metadata mess? Who has the latest data? What impact will this change have? How can you turn your queries into reports? How do you take advantage of the latest Oracle Database features?

KCOUG Fall Conference

Using Oracle Business Intelligence Tools to Analyze Data Warehouses

Are you considering building a business intelligence/data warehousing solution? Are you experiencing integration pain from a “best of breed” solution or a metadata mess? Who has the latest data? What impact will this change have? How can you turn your queries into reports? How do you take advantage of the latest Oracle Database features?

Oracle Open World 2004

Discoverer 10g or BI Beans – Which Is Right for You?

When would you want to use Discoverer and when would you want to code an application directly in BI Beans? This presentation will contrast Discoverer 10g with custom-built BI Beans applications and discuss why you should consider these products.

Developing Advanced Thin Client Applications with BI Beans

When building business intelligence applications data is important, but the key piece is making the data easily accessible so that the end-user can use it to improve upon the business. This session explains how developers can take advantage of their existing J2EE and data warehouse servers as a platform to create extremely powerful interactive business intelligence applications, which can be used for guided analyses by management.

Using Oracle Business Intelligence Tools to Analyze Data Warehouses

Are you considering building a business intelligence/data warehousing solution? Are you experiencing integration pain from a “best of breed” solution or a metadata mess? Who has the latest data? What impact will this change have? How can you turn your queries into reports? How do you take advantage of the latest Oracle Database features?

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