August 7, 2019

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Analytics, Confluent, Gradle, Kafka, KSQL

This blog, Deploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 3: KSQL User-Defined Functions and Kafka Streams was originally posted on the Confluent Blog on July 10, 2019. See the original source here. Building off part 1 where we discussed an event streaming architecture that we implemented for a customer using Apache Kafka, KSQL, and Kafka Streams, and part 2 where we discussed how [...]

August 7, 2019

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Analytics, Data, Gradle, Kafka

This blog, Deploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 2: Managing KSQL Implementations, was originally posted on the Confluent Blog on May 29, 2019. See the original source here. In part 1, we discussed an event streaming architecture that we implemented for a customer using Apache Kafka®, KSQL from Confluent, and Kafka Streams. Now [...]

August 7, 2019

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Analytics, Gradle, Kafka

This blog, Deploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 1: Overview and Motivation, was originally posted on the Confluent Blog on May 15, 2019. See the original source here. Red Pill Analytics was recently engaged by a Fortune 500 e-commerce and wholesale company that is transforming the way they manage inventory. Traditionally, this [...]

March 31, 2017

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Events, Tips

GaOUG Tech Days is just around the corner: May 9-10 to be exact. We have an incredible venue in Downtown Atlanta called the Loudermilk Center with exceptional event space throughout. We have a great collection of national speakers from the Oracle Community, so the locals in Atlanta can get a feel for larger, more national conferences […]

Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) is generally available (GA) today, and I’m excited to be included in this OAC blog hop welcome wagon. So I’m slumming it with a bunch of Essbase professionals, as you can see from the list of contributing authors below. It’s fascinating to see just how stoked the Essbase community is for […]

August 26, 2016

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: OBIEE, Oracle 12c

If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you know I’m a fan of the Groovy language. It’s unfettered support for closures has made it a popular choice for writing domain-specific language (DSL) projects such as Gradle and Jenkins, and the healthy dose of syntactic sugar spooned in at runtime means that developers spend less time boiler-plating and more time […]

May 31, 2016

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Events, Red Pill News

This blog post is an entry in the ODTUG Kscope16 Cross-Track Blog Hop, an exercise for Kscope expert regulars to take a walk on the wild side, and talk about must-see sessions in a foreign content track. The other Blog Hop entries are: APEX sessions not to be missed, as recommended by EPM expert Cameron Lackpour: http://camerons-blog-for-essbase-hackers.blogspot.com/2016/05/kscope16-apex-sessions-im-interested-in.html […]

January 21, 2016

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Oracle 12c, Tips

I’m super-excited about a presentation I’m giving with Kellyn PotVin-Gormanat RMOUG Training Days next month, called Performance Analytics: Visualizing the Power of the AWR Warehouse. Alright… if you insist… I’ll give a quick plug. Kellyn and the team have been working to build the AWR Warehouse component of Enteprise Manager to store Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) history for the […]

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