Taking a Look at the New Oracle Big Data SQL

Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by

Oracle launched their Oracle Big Data SQL product earlier this week, and it’ll be of interest to anyone who saw our series of posts a few weeks ago about the updated Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture, where Hadoop now sits alongside traditional Oracle data warehouses to provide what’s termed a “data reservoir”. In this type […]

Going Beyond the Summary Advisor with TimesTen for Exalytics

Monday, June 23rd, 2014 by

I’m over in Seattle at the moment for ODTUG KScope’14, and one of the topics I’m presenting on this week is the use of TimesTen with OBIEE; what I’m going to talk about is taking TimesTen beyond its current use as an in-memory cache for aggregates created by the Summary Advisor, and instead using it […]

Rittman Mead at ODTUG KScope’14, Seattle

Friday, June 20th, 2014 by

Next week is ODTUG KScope’14 in Seattle, USA, and Rittman Mead will be delivering a number of presentations over the week. Coming over from Europe we have Jérôme Françoisse and myself, and we’ll be joined by Michael Rainey, Daniel Adams, Charles Elliott from Rittman Mead in the US. We’re also very pleased to be co-presenting […]

Introducing the Updated Oracle / Rittman Mead Information Management Reference Architecture Pt2. – Delivering the Data Factory

Monday, June 16th, 2014 by

In my previous post on our updated Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture, jointly-developed with Oracle’s Enterprise Architecture team, we went through a conceptual and logical view of the information architecture, introducing new concepts like the Raw Data Reservoir, the Data Factory and the Discovery Lab. I said that the Data Factory, Data Reservoir, Enterprise Information […]

Introducing the Updated Oracle / Rittman Mead Information Management Reference Architecture Pt1. – Information Architecture and the “Data Factory”

Friday, June 13th, 2014 by

One of the things at Rittman Mead that we’re really interested in, is the architecture of “information management” systems and how these change over time as thinking, and product capabilities, evolve. In fact we often collaborate with the Enterprise Architecture team within Oracle, giving input into the architecture designs they come up with, and more […]

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