What are those “multi-dimensional cubes” anyway? Do you need those “analytic workspace” things if you’re going to use Oracle Business Intelligence? And can Oracle BI really generate more efficient SQL than you?
Do you think building a Business Intelligence applications hard? Think again. Oracle’s BI Beans have significantly improved the ability of inexperienced Java developers to create Complex Rich Business Intelligence Applications with minimal effort. This session explains how developers can take advantage the new features in JDeveloper and BI Beans 10g to create extremely powerful interactive business intelligence applications, which can be used for guided analyses by management.
Using Oracle 10g R2 and Oracle Business Intelligence we can now design, construct, load and view data in a data warehouse that is fully OLAP ready. This presentation will introduce the attendee to OWB 10g, Oracle OLAP, Discoverer for OLAP and how to design and construct an Oracle 10g database that can be used for OLAP analysis and presentation.
ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2006
So you’ve heard of Oracle BI and 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 perhaps you are wondering what the value of OLAP really is or need to justify it to your CIO.
Solid Foundations 2006 - Seminar 4
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.