Presentations 2005

IOUG Live! 2005

University Course: Managing Oracle OLAP 10g

In Oracle10g, Oracle has introduced significant new features in the OLAP Engine. These new features increase the possibility of creating many sorts of business intelligence applications, such as collaborative budgeting, collaborative forecasting, predictive analysis, and modeling applications. All of this is now available within the Oracle 10g database.

Oracle OLAP–How Does it Really Work?

In Oracle OLAP, Oracle has separated the physical storage of data warehouse data from the logical analysis of OLAP applications. What’s the magic that makes this work? How does this impact performance? What operations are precluded by various design decisions? Why would you want to use Oracle OLAP or BI Beans instead of simply using regular views or relational tables?

Front-End Tools to View OLAP Data

Prior to the 10g release of Discoverer, companies that wanted to present Oracle OLAP data had to develop their own applications using BI Beans, typically in JDeveloper. With recent releases, there are now several choices for front-ends that display Oracle OLAP data: Discoverer 10g, Custom-built BI Beans, Spreadsheet Add-in for OLAP, OLAP Web Agent, or 3rd party tools.

Oracle Warehouse Builder 10g and OLAP – What is New?

With the use of the new features found in recently updated Oracle’s Warehouse Builder (OWB) and Oracle 9i/10g we can design, construct and load a data warehouse that is fully OLAP ready. This presentation will introduce the attendee to OWB 10g and Oracle OLAP and how to design and construct a Oracle 10g database that can be used for OLAP analysis and presentation.

Developing Advanced Business Intelligence

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. Oracle’s introduction of the 2nd Generation of BI Beans (10g R2) significantly improved the ability of inexperienced Java developers to create Complex Rich Business Intelligence Applications with minimal effort.

ODTUG Now! 2005

Front-End Tools to View OLAP Data

Prior to the 10g release of Discoverer, companies that wanted to present Oracle OLAP data had to develop their own applications using BI Beans, typically in JDeveloper. With recent releases, there are now several choices for front-ends that display Oracle OLAP data: Discoverer 10g, Custom-built BI Beans, Spreadsheet Add-in for OLAP, OLAP Web Agent, or 3rd party tools.

Oracle OLAP–How Does it Really Work?

Prior to the 10g release of Discoverer, companies that wanted to present Oracle OLAP data had to develop their own applications using BI Beans, typically in JDeveloper. With recent releases, there are now several choices for front-ends that display Oracle OLAP data: Discoverer 10g, Custom-built BI Beans, Spreadsheet Add-in for OLAP, OLAP Web Agent, or 3rd party tools.

Oracle Open World 2005

Oracle Warehouse Builder 10G and OLAP — What’s New?

So you’ve heard of Oracle OLAP, huh? Maybe you’ve heard about how it speeds up calculations, about the lightning-fast response times on queries, about how users can customize their own environment and queries without bothering the IT department. Or maybe you’ve already experienced some of this and see the promise in OLAP, but can’t seem to get that one little piece working that will make it all worthwhile. It all looked so simple in the demo you saw!

Oracle OLAP in the Real World: Case Studies from the Trenches

With the use of the new features found in recently updated Oracle’s Warehouse Builder (OWB) and Oracle 9i/10g we can design, construct and load a data warehouse that is fully OLAP ready. This presentation will introduce the attendee to OWB 10g and Oracle OLAP and how to design and construct a Oracle 10g database that can be used for OLAP analysis and presentation.

Twin Cities Oracle User Group

Oracle BI and Oracle OLAP–What’s All This About?

So you’ve heard of Oracle Business Intelligence and Oracle OLAP, huh? Maybe you’ve heard how it speeds up calculations; the lightning-fast response times; how users can customize their own environment and queries without bothering the IT department.

Kansas City Oracle User Group

Oracle BI and Oracle OLAP–What’s All This About?

So you’ve heard of Oracle Business Intelligence and Oracle OLAP, huh? Maybe you’ve heard how it speeds up calculations; the lightning-fast response times; how users can customize their own environment and queries without bothering the IT department.

BI for Everybody

Competitive Business Intelligence (BI) software tools offer varying features and functionality. But, they represent a significant investment for your organization. How do you evaluate them and find the right fit for your organization? How do you maximize their use? What are the pitfalls? We’ll review the latest offerings that can help you manage the process of collecting, organizing, and analyzing intelligence information.

Ohio Oracle User Group

Oracle BI and Oracle OLAP–What’s All This About?

So you’ve heard of Oracle Business Intelligence and Oracle OLAP, huh? Maybe you’ve heard how it speeds up calculations; the lightning-fast response times; how users can customize their own environment and queries without bothering the IT department.

BI for Everybody

Competitive Business Intelligence (BI) software tools offer varying features and functionality. But, they represent a significant investment for your organization. How do you evaluate them and find the right fit for your organization? How do you maximize their use? What are the pitfalls? We’ll review the latest offerings that can help you manage the process of collecting, organizing, and analyzing intelligence information.

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