April 18, 2019

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by: Craig Coulter

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Categories: Cloud, Code, Oracle, Oracle Cloud, Snowflake, Snowflake Computing

In this series, we are showcasing a fictitious midsize brokerage company moving their technical environment to the cloud. We have established previously, the company is experiencing contention issues, at both the user and hardware level. We will talk about the Oracle BI migration in a future blog; but first, we have to get the data [...]

January 24, 2019

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by: Mike Fuller

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Categories: Data, Snowflake, Snowflake Computing, StreamSets, Uncategorized

How to use the Snowflake Data Warehouse destination in StreamSets Data Collector to replicate an OLTP database StreamSets Data Collector offers incredible flexibility while creating data integration pipelines by allowing developers to either create a custom stage (an origin, processor, executor, or destination) completely from scratch, tailor a universal stage to a specific requirement, or use [...]

December 10, 2018

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by: Mike Fuller

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Categories: Analytics, Data, OBIEE, Snowflake

How to dynamically set a Snowflake virtual warehouse Congratulations! You just configured Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) to connect to your freshly loaded Snowflake Data Warehouseinstance and you’re feeling pretty good. Maybe your OBIEE dashboards are finally meeting SLAs, you’re not sitting with a DBA trying to tune SQL statements, your data is finally all in one [...]

December 3, 2018

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by: angie.brown

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Categories: Data, Data Science, Oracle Cloud

Blending Data in Oracle Analytics Cloud allows us to share additional dimensions or measures from one data set with those from another, without having to do complicated metadata modeling using RPD functionality. This is a great feature for user-sourced categorizations and can empower users to utilize Data Visualization instead of forcing them to export into […]

November 12, 2018

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by: Mike Fuller

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Categories: AWS, Snowflake, Snowflake Computing

Serverless computing is here to stay, and while the term “serverless” is a bit of a misnomer, the concept offers many benefits. Most notably, serverless computing allows developers to focus on writing code and not concern themselves with provisioning, configuring, or maintaining servers. One such example of serverless computing is AWS Lambda. Although there are [...]

October 30, 2018

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Analytics, Data, Events, Looker, Red Pill News

As a vendor, it’s rare to leave a conference feeling totally energized and fulfilled; thankfully, Looker Join broke the mold for Red Pill Analytics. Spoiler alert: we’ll definitely be going back next year. Mike Jelen addressing the @LookerData Partner Summit on how @RedPillA provides  Real-TimeBusiness Analytics to customers.   The week kicked off at the Partner [...]