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Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger
It is startling how much has changed in Oracle’s applications business during the last two years. Oracle is indisputably the most reformed applications vendor

oracle data flow modeling  CRM and order-management applications. Oracle Data Warehouse Builder Oracle announced Oracle Warehouse Builder, an extensible easy-to-use data warehouse design and deployment framework. This is part of Oracle's Intelligent WebHouse Initiative. It automates much of the work that goes into creating a powerful single data store for e-business analysis. It has the ability to integrate historical data with the massive daily influxes of online data from web sites. (For more information, see Oracle Warehouse Read More...
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It’s About Process (or Ability to be Responsive) -- Part II
Part I of this blog series introduced the notions of workflow automation and business process management (BPM). It also tackled the similarities and subtle

oracle data flow modeling  ), SAP NetWeaver  and Oracle Fusion Middleware  platforms and applications, which could be a glimpse into the future of modeling, workflow, re-engineering, and continuous change, all around ERP. For a typical implementation that leverages a comprehensive on-premise (which is still a dominant deployment model) BPM suite, companies should count on forking out up to US$500,000 to address a few meaningful processes in their organization. Moreover, potential hidden costs include (all on top of already hefty Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Five: Collaxa Acquisition
With the acquisition of Collaxa, Oracle has quickly plugged a hole in its SOA/BPM message by providing new workflow capabilities and monitoring tools to report

oracle data flow modeling  advice to users (see Oracle Makes a U-Turn at the 'All Things to All People' Exit ) by providing its applications programming interfaces (APIs), data definition languages, and data to aid in integration. Until recently, users would have to buy all three layers of Oracle products—Oracle Database, Oracle Application Server, and Oracle E-Business Suite—to leverage Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative business solution. Intriguingly, this meant that Oracle had to split some functionality across Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Four: SOA and Web Services
The battle for the dominance in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services has nonetheless so far largely been a war of words without the clear winner

oracle data flow modeling  both SAP MDM and Oracle data hubs are about creating a unified, reconciled single source of the truth amid conflicting applications and systems that have different names and versions of the same information. The reality of heterogeneous environments has recently caused Oracle to expand its vision for the realm of enterprise applications. Starting with CRM, it will be more inclusive of other application providers, such as SAP, Siebel, and especially PeopleSoft and the impending Project Fusion which will Read More...
Multipurpose SAP NetWeaver
The capabilities of SAP NetWeaver and its peer service-enabled platforms, which were originally transaction and integration platforms, have lately been expanded

oracle data flow modeling  , Microsoft , and Oracle 's approaches to worldwide domination of the enterprise applications market. One similarity is these vendors' attempts to deliver a service oriented architecture (SOA)-based platform for their existing and prospective customers, and to entice their partners to build ever-growing ecosystems upon these (see SOA as a Foundation for Applications and Infrastructure ). To remind those who may have forgotten, SOA is meant to replace the outgoing client/server (C/S) architecture in which Read More...
Is Oracle Becoming Invincible?
On June 20, Oracle Corporation, the leading provider of database and enterprise software applications, announced its fiscal 2000 results, claiming that it has

oracle data flow modeling  Oracle Becoming Invincible? Is Oracle Becoming Invincible? P.J. Jakovljevic - July 26, 2000 Event Summary According to the press release on June 20, Oracle Corporation announced that in its fiscal fourth quarter adjusted net income increased 76% to $926 million, or $0.31 per share, while revenue grew to $3.4 billion. This compares to $2.9 billion in revenue, $527 million in adjusted net income, and $0.18 per share in Q4 1999. Fiscal year 2000 adjusted net income increased 61% to $2.1 billion, or $0.69 Read More...
The Path to Healthy Data Governance through Data Security
Companies today are challenged to maintain their data safe and secure from hackers and others with unauthorized access. In his article, TEC business

oracle data flow modeling  Path to Healthy Data Governance through Data Security The appropriate handling of an organization’s data is critically dependent on a number of factors, including data quality, which I covered in one of my earlier posts this year. Another important aspect of data governance regards the managing of data from a security perspective. Now more than ever, securing information is crucial for any organization. This article is devoted to providing insight and outlining the steps that will put you on the path Read More...
Data Integration: Creating a Trustworthy Data Foundation for Business Intelligence
Organizations combine their historical data with current data from operational systems to satisfy business intelligence analysis and government reporting

oracle data flow modeling  Integration: Creating a Trustworthy Data Foundation for Business Intelligence Organizations combine their historical data with current data from operational systems to satisfy business intelligence analysis and government reporting requirements. This paper discusses the importance of data integration and helps you identify key challenges of integrating data. It also provides an overview of data warehousing and its variations, as well as summarizes the benefits and approaches to integrating data. Read More...
Metagenix Reverse Engineers Data Into Information
Metagenix’ MetaRecon reverse engineers metadata information by examining the raw data contained in the source(s) rather than depending on the data dictionaries

oracle data flow modeling  Reverse Engineers Data Into Information Metagenix Reverse Engineers Data Into Information M. Reed - February 15, 2001 Event Summary Metagenix, Inc. has designed its flagship product, MetaRecon to, as they put it, Decipher Your Data Genome . The product reverse engineers all of the metadata ( data about data ) from data sources and generates information that is very helpful to developers in designing specifications for a new data store, and assists greatly in preparing for cleansing and Read More...
Thinking Radically about Data Warehousing and Big Data: Interview with Roger Gaskell, CTO of Kognitio
Managing data—particularly in large numbers—still is and probably will be the number one priority for many organizations in the upcoming years. Many of the

oracle data flow modeling  Radically about Data Warehousing and Big Data: Interview with Roger Gaskell, CTO of Kognitio Managing data—particularly in large numbers—still is and probably will be the number one priority for many organizations in the upcoming years. Many of the traditional ways to store and analyze large amounts of data are being replaced with new technologies and methodologies to manage the new volume, complexity, and analysis requirements. These include new ways of developing data warehousing, the emergen Read More...
Oracle Database 11g for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Oracle Database 11g is a database platform for data warehousing and business intelligence (BI) that includes integrated analytics, and embedded integration and

oracle data flow modeling  Get an overview of Oracle Database 11g’s capabilities for data warehousing, and learn how Oracle-based BI and data warehouse systems can integrate information, perform fast queries, scale to very large data volumes, and analyze any data. Read More...
Master Data Management and Accurate Data Matching
Have you ever received a call from your existing long-distance phone company asking you to switch to its service and wondered why they are calling? Chances are

oracle data flow modeling  Data Management and Accurate Data Matching Have you ever received a call from your existing long-distance phone company asking you to switch to its service and wondered why they are calling? Chances are the integrity of its data is so poor that the company has no idea who many of its customers are. The fact is, many businesses suffer from this same problem. The solution: implement a master data management (MDM) system that uses an accurate data matching process. Read More...
Linked Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company
The data silos of today's business information systems (IS) applications, and the pressure from the current economic climate, globalization, and the Internet

oracle data flow modeling  Enterprise Data: Data at the heart of the company The data silos of today's business information systems (IS) applications, and the pressure from the current economic climate, globalization, and the Internet make it critical for companies to learn how to manage and extract value from their data. Linked enterprise data (LED) combines the benefits of business intelligence (BI), master data management (MDM), service-oriented architecture (SOA), and search engines to create links among existing data, Read More...

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