Monthly Archives: April 2011
Just a quick note –
I’ll be presenting this year at Rittman-Mead’s first US based forum. This year its in Atlanta May 26th-27th. There will be a whole host of different speakers there – I’m looking forward to attending all of the sessions.
One cool thing about this forum is that it is designed for architects and developers who’ve been using OBI for a while. That means no marketing or roadmap fluff, and no intro to OBI sessions.
Space is limited so sign up now!
Last year Oracle published a white paper called “Enabling Pervasive BI Through a practical Data Warehouse Reference Architecture”. I took a read through this paper and have some comments on it (so maybe this is a book report). For your convenience, I’ve uploaded a copy of it here Oracle DW Reference Architecture Feb 2010. I also believe the architecture is a little vague (on purpose I suppose). Depending on how you look at it, you might be looking at how the BI Apps are Architected, or you might be looking at how a real-time Enterprise Data Warehouse is built. Read the rest of this entry