Oracle Data Integrator to load Oracle BICS and Oracle Storage Cloud Service

Monday, July 27th, 2015 by

It is known that Oracle focuses its sales on cloud this year and in the BI world, we have seen the introduction of Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service – BICS – that we already covered on the blog. Another great product to store files and unstructured data is Oracle Storage Cloud Service, that can also […]

Using Streams with ODI12c for Oracle-to-Oracle Change Data Capture

Sunday, July 26th, 2015 by

Although Oracle GoldenGate replaced Oracle Streams a couple of years ago as the recommended data replication and change data capture technology for Oracle databases, many customers still on Oracle Database 11gR2 or earlier still use Streams for Oracle-to-Oracle change data capture as it works and compared to GoldenGate doesn’t require any additional licensing. Oracle’s GoldenGate […]

Oracle Data Integrator Enterprise Edition Advanced Big Data Option Part 1- Overview and 12.1.3.0.1 install

Monday, April 13th, 2015 by

Oracle recently announced Oracle Data Integrator Enterprise Edition Advanced Big Data Options as part of the new 12.1.3.0.1 release of ODI. It includes various great new functionalities to work on an Hadoop ecosystem. Let’s have a look at the new features and how to install it on Big Data Lite 4.1 Virtual Machine. Note that some of these new […]

Analysing ODI performance with Flame Graphs

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 by

Flame Graphs are a visualisation that I learnt about through the excellent Linux systems performance work of Brendan Gregg, and saw Luca Canali talk about recently at UKOUG Tech 14. They’re a brilliant way of summarising extremely dense information in a way from which the main components accounting for the most time can be identified. […]

An Introduction to Analysing ODI Runtime Data Through Elasticsearch and Kibana 4

Thursday, March 12th, 2015 by

An important part of working with ODI is analysing the performance when it runs, and identifying steps that might be inefficient as well as variations in runtime against a baseline trend. The Operator tool in ODI itself is great for digging down into individual sessions and load plan executions, but for broader analysis we need […]

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