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 [...]

June 19, 2019

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by: Lauren Prezby

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Categories: Analytics, Events, Oracle, Red Pill News

It’s that time of the year again. Kscope19, one of the best Oracle User Group conferences of the year, is merely weeks away. If you’re only going to one conference this year, definitely take this one into consideration. Why Kscope? If you are heading to Kscope, you're probably already an Oracle aficionado. This is where [...]

June 12, 2019

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by: Mike Fuller

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Categories: Analytics, Fivetran

  By offering an impressive and ever-growing library of connectors, Fivetran has become a leading choice for extracting data from source applications and loading it in a cloud data warehouse. With reusability as a primary requirement, Fivetran has taken on the challenge of building out source system connectivity and established a core pattern of applying […]

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 [...]