Google Data Studio ( is a pretty powerful and yet easy to get started with tool to visualize data from a variety of sources (everything from CSV files, to large scale databases). And it lends itself to presenting those graphs in other places on the web and thankfully there is an embed option using the […]

June 27, 2018

ODTUG Kscope has two new reasons for being the best conference in the Oracle community. This year, Red Pill Analytics Co-founder and CEO Stewart Bryson was recognized for his accomplishments twice — with the Innovation Award, and the Best Speaker Award in the Big Data & Data Warehousing Track. These kudos added to a week […]

June 25, 2018


Tags: Cloud Computing

Do your summer plans include Orlando and Kscope18? Ours do! We are excited to be part of the amazing lineup at the Swan and Dolphin in Orlando, FL on June 10–14. We know it’s tough to decide which sessions to attend but make sure to add these Red Pill Analytics’ sessions to your schedule builder. Let […]

June 6, 2018

As technology moves further into a service-oriented (read: Cloud) world, people and enterprises alike need to ensure that securing their assets is taken seriously. Security has always been one of the first of topics covered before purchasing a cloud service which is why good cloud vendors typically spend more time securing their products than any […]

April 25, 2018

Red Pill Analytics is looking forward to placing some bets in Las Vegas for Collaborate18 on April 22–26, 2018. We are honored to be joining the amazing lineup of presentations and panels filled with the latest tips and information about various Oracle topics. Along with presenting Red Pill Analytics likes to take an active role […]

April 19, 2018

GitHub Repo:   I wanted to come up with an interesting data analytics blog post and I started looking for data cause well… garbage in, garbage out. I wanted to start with a good solid base of semi-interesting data so I could make some cool visualizations and play with some JavaScript based charting libraries (specifically Chart.js). […]

March 28, 2018

This post is part 3 of 4 about using the Baseline Validation Tool (BVT) with Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE). Post 1 with an intro to BVT, can be found here. Post 2 about setting up BVT to run, can be found here. Running the Test Against Both Environments We need to execute BVT twice with the same […]

March 16, 2018

GitHub Source Code: “What the? How? Why? Why isn’t this workingggg…?!?” -Me Embedded electronics is a personal hobby of mine; the ability to write low level code, compile it, run it and see physical changes in the real world (spinning motors, flashing LEDs, sound, encoder input, etc.) is an incredible feeling. With the emergence […]

March 6, 2018

What HBR’s Winter 2017 OnPoint Tells Us About Business & Data It was a November evening that I was at the grocery store, waiting in the line to check out when I saw the latest issue of Harvard Business Review’s OnPoint publication. For those that are unaware, OnPoint is a seasonal publication that focuses on a particular […]

January 19, 2018

Written by: Phil Goerdt and Mike Fuller Several years ago, I was working on an enterprise reporting project at a Fortune 15 company at about the same time that cloud-based services were really starting to catch on. During one of our meetings, a colleague of mine on the client side asked me to “explain what […]

January 6, 2018