Upcoming Big Data and Hadoop for Oracle BI, DW and DI Developers Presentations

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 by

If you’ve been following our postings on the blog over the past year, you’ll probably have seen quite a lot of activity around big data and Hadoop and in particular, what these technologies bring to the world of Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Data Warehousing and Oracle Data Integration. For anyone who’s not had a chance […]

Rittman Mead and Oracle Big Data Appliance

Monday, August 11th, 2014 by

Over the past couple of years Rittman Mead have been broadening our skills and competencies out from core OBIEE, ODI and Oracle data warehousing into the new “emerging” analytic platforms: R and database advanced analytics, Hadoop, cloud and clustered/distributed systems. As we talked about in the recent series of updated Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture […]

Why Oracle Big Data SQL Potentially Solves a Big Issue with Hadoop Security

Saturday, July 26th, 2014 by

Oracle announced their Big Data SQL product a couple of weeks ago, which effectively extends Exadata’s query-offloading to Hadoop data sources. I covered the launch a few days afterwards, focusing on how it implements Exadata’s SmartScan on Hive and NoSQL data sources and provides a single metadata catalog over both relational, and Hadoop, data sources. […]

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 […]

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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