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All About Machine Learning with Oracle Analytics

  Perficient Presents at Oracle OpenWorld 2019 – Live from the show floor, a director in our analytics team delivers an overview of the machine learning capabilities of Oracle Analytics Cloud with its built-in ML algorithms. Machine Learning is a science that existed for several decades. However, it wasn’t until the last 10 years that […]

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7 Sessions to Add to Your Collaborate 19 Agenda #C19TX

Perficient is proud to be an OAUG Star Partner and exhibitor at Collaborate 19, which is being held April 7-11 in San Antonio, TX. Did you know that Collaborate is where the Oracle user community comes together to share and learn through 1200+ education sessions, panels and networking events? We are honored to have been […]

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Oracle BI vs Tableau vs Microsoft BI

Introduction OBIEE: Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Plus, also termed as theOBI EE Plus, is Oracle Corporation’s set of business intelligence tools consisting of former Siebel Systems business intelligence and Hyperion Solutions business intelligence offerings. Tableau: Tableau Software is a software that produces interactive data visualization products focused on business intelligence. MSBI (SSRS): This powerful suite is […]

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How to Integrate Oracle SaaS Data into Oracle Analytics Cloud?

Reporting on Oracle Fusion and non-Fusion SaaS Apps from Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) is a common solution to performing cross-functional reporting from one or more Cloud and non-Cloud applications. The BI capabilities within each of the transaction systems, whether Financials, HCM, Sales or other, are limited when it comes to integrated reporting with external data […]

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Configuring Windows Services for OBIEE 11g

Introduction When Oracle Business Intelligence is started, few services will start. These are Node Manager, Admin Server, Managed Server. Starting all these services require manual effort. So these components will start once the server is restarted by a Developer or Admin person. To overcome this dependency on manual intervention, all the OBIEE services are created […]

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OBIEE Design and Development Best Practices

Introduction This document is for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) Developers and Designers. These standard guidelines may vary from project to project. Below mentioned OBIEE Standards are more in generic form & developers can follow these guidelines to standardize their code & minimize post development defects.   Repository – Physical Layer best practices Database […]

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Usage Tracking – OBIEE 12c

Usage tracking in OBIEE 12c is very similar to that in 11g, which enables mainly administrative users to track all reports being run and queries fired to the database. It is also very helpful in identifying and analyzing objects that require better query performance. The configuration steps will be mentioned in this blog as well as […]

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The Road to Oracle Analytics Cloud from OBIEE & BI Apps [Webinar]

If you are already running OBIEE/OBIA on premises and wondering about your options to migrate to Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC), you are not alone. Many are overwhelmed by this transition and might be asking themselves questions such as “What does it take to get migrated to the cloud? When should I make this transition? What […]

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3 Easy Ways to do ML with Oracle Analytics Cloud

Over the past couple years several Machine Learning (ML) capabilities have made their way into Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC). If you are using OBIEE or OAC and wanting to apply ML to your data, there is no need to look for an additional software to do that. There are several ways in which ML capabilities […]

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From OBIEE or OBIA to OAC: The Fundamentals at #C18LV

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 […]

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7 Sessions Not to Be Missed at Collaborate 18 #C18LV

Perficient is proud to be a sponsor at Collaborate 18, which is being held April 22-26 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. If you have never attended this event before, what are you waiting for?  It’s a great opportunity for the Oracle user community to come together to share and learn through 1200+ education sessions, panels and networking events. […]

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Top 5 Oracle Cloud Blog Posts of 2017

When a new year begins, it’s common to reflect on the past year and note what topics resonated with our readers. With a rich pool of talented subject matter experts that contribute to the Oracle Blog, I can always count on the team to deliver. I encourage you to subscribe to our blog if you […]

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OBIEE Reporting for HFM: Solution for Hierarchical Roll-ups

One of the many multi-dimensional data sources that OBIEE supports is Hyperion Financial Management (HFM). If you have used Essbase as a data source in OBIEE, you will realize that HFM integrates in a similar approach, but not quite the same. While a direct connectivity between OBIEE and HFM is very useful for financial users, […]

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Configuring and Integrating Google Maps into OBIEE 11g

Introduction: When Oracle Business Intelligence is installed, functionality for users to see maps that display data is also installed. Before users can see maps in analyses and dashboards, one must understand the system requirements, specify layers and maps, and configure the metadata. This post will explain the steps to configure mapping and spatial information for […]

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Multi-User Development Set Up Using OBIEE Administration Tool

Introduction Multi-user development (MUD) provides a mechanism for concurrent development on overlapping code bases. Oracle Business Intelligence provides a MUD environment that manages subsets of metadata, in addition to multiple users, by providing a built-in versioning system for repository development. By default, the Oracle BI repository development environment is not set up for multiple users. […]

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Oracle Business Intelligence Out of Place Upgrade – 11g to 12c

In this post, I deliver an in-depth look at the steps to upgrade OBIEE 11g to OBIEE 12c in a separate environment. So that means it is an out-of-place upgrade of OBIEE from 11g to 12c. I did this upgrade for an American worldwide financial services client. Following are the details for the upgrade process […]

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OBIEE 12c – [nQSError: 14025] / [nQSError: 14077]

I recently ran into an issue related to the RPD development. The RPD was already in place and was working. The only change that was done to this RPD was that several column names were renamed to more appropriate names as per the use case in the BMM layer. After this change, the RPD passed […]

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Moving Off Discoverer

If you missed our webinar, A Customer’s Take on Moving from Discoverer to Oracle Business Analytics, the on-demand recording is now available for immediate viewing. If you are currently using Discoverer, hear directly from a Perficient customer, Gary Aragon with Group Voyagers, who made the move from Discoverer to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) in […]

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Journey from Discoverer to Oracle Business Analytics [Webinar]

If you’re among the many Oracle E-Business Suite customers still using Discoverer for your reporting and analytics needs, change is inevitable. But it doesn’t have to be disruptive to your business. For Group Voyagers, a group of leading escorted tour, river cruise and independent travel package companies, moving off Discoverer took just nine weeks! Gary […]

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OBIEE Complex Data Security in Action

Earlier, I wrote a blog post about the presentation (Complex Data Security Made Easy in Oracle BI) that I delivered at Kscope17. I used a typical use case from a marketing organization as to how complex data security like team and position based hierarchies can be implemented via four different approaches in Oracle BI. When […]

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