Oracle Cloud BI solutions have been available for a few years now and have evolved significantly over the past couple years. If you have been using OBIEE or OBIA (Oracle BI Applications), you are in a pretty good position to start migrating to Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC). The reason: OAC relies on a similar underlying technology as that used in OBIEE. Consequently, whatever you have invested in your on-prem OBIEE solution is easily migrated over to a cloud platform.
What I mention about OBIEE also applies to BI Apps, to some extent. With BI Apps we also have Oracle Data Integrator to handle in a Cloud architecture. There are numerous types of solutions when trying to implement Oracle BI Apps on Oracle Cloud. And depending on your particular situation, a solution is applicable. For example, source systems where data is extracted from may be located in cloud or in-house. In addition, corporate policies may require data storage to be done on-prem. Accordingly, there are different approaches to implement BI Apps on Oracle Cloud.
Collaborate 18 Session: From OBIEE or OBIA to OAC: The Fundamentals
Explore key considerations, integrating the cloud with legacy applications and challenges of current cloud implementations.
At Collaborate 18 (April 22-26 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas), I will go into the details of the different architecture options of migrating OBIEE/BI Apps to OAC and talk about the best practices of the process.
I invite you to attend the following Collaborate 18 session to learn more:
From OBIEE or OBIA to Cloud: The Fundamentals
Sunday, April 22 | 3:00 – 4:00 PM
BANYAN E | Mazen Manasseh, Senior Solutions Architect, Business Intelligence
If you are unable to attend, but would like to get a copy of any one of the session slides, please leave a comment, and we’ll ensure you get the slides after the show.
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Our Perficient Oracle team is honored to have been invited to present on seven unique topics across multiple tracks at Collaborate 18. Learn more about all of the sessions here.