2 OOW Presentations

I’m giving two presentations this year at OOW.  The first one is on planning for good performance with OBI.  It goes over some classic topics that you should consider while you are designing your system.  Its one I’ve given a few times in the past, but it is a message that is timeless really.  I’ts key target audience is architects, project managers, OBI designers/developers, Data Modelers and ETL developers/architects.

The other one is a case study on my current project at Qualcomm.  Its a fantastic project with a lot of interesting components and technologies.  We’re deploying a customer facing, revenue generating OBI solution that is vital to one of their business units.  We’re even using a real-time technology to get data our of our source systems.  I’ll be co-presenting it with the customer, and we’re going to talk about typical case study topics such as the business case, over view the solution, talk about the team and timelines, best practices,lessons learned, etc.

I hope to see you there!

Jeff M.

Here are the details:
ID#: S318485
Title: Planning for High Performance
Track: Business Intelligence
Date: 19-SEP-10
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Venue: Moscone West L2
Room: Rm 2012

ID#: S315300
Title: Sales Growth with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition at Qualcomm
Track: Business Intelligence
Date: 21-SEP-10
Time: 15:30 – 16:30
Venue: Moscone West L3
Room: Rm 3016

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Posted on August 30, 2010, in BI Theory and Best Practices, Data Warehousing. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Jeff, Would you be posting the powerpoint slides from these presentations here (for people who could not attend the conference)?

    Saran

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