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  • MasterCard was using a 3rd party tools develop and make changes to the Purchase Orders used 50 different Operating Units across the globe. Each of these included specific terms and conditions for each operating unit and national or regional requirements.Using this 3rd party tool it took MasterCard about 3 months develop new a Purchase Order or make changes to the terms and conditions And involved a business analyst, a developer from IT and a consultant from the 3rd party software vendor. Since implementing BI Publisher the business analyst, without the need for help from an IT developer nor a 3rd party vendor, MasterCard can now turn around changes or a new PO for an operating Unit in 3 to 5 days – 12 times faster than it used to take. With one person instead of three.
  • BI Publisher template generates high fidelity, pixel perfect reports to PDF, RTF, Excel, PowerPoint, and HTML (static).
  • BI Publisher template generates high fidelity, pixel perfect reports to PDF, RTF, Excel, PowerPoint, and HTML (static).
  • BI Publisher template generates high fidelity, pixel perfect reports to PDF, RTF, Excel, PowerPoint, and HTML (static).
  • Oracle BI enforces strong security based on whatever authentication/authorization systems you deploy. Between internal components, SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) can be easily configured between distributed components with really on only one click in Enterprise Manager. New in Oracle BI 11g, the metadata catalog is now encrypted.Privileges for Application roles can be sourced from corporate directories, Oracle Identity Management, or other vendors’ solutions, ensuring quick implementation and conformance to enterprise security standards.
  • Large-scale enterprise BI systems must deliver mission-critical scalability and performance, and this typically means multiple physical servers to manage. Operational system management for Oracle BI 11g is delivered through Oracle Enterprise Manager. This enables consistent diagnostics and troubleshooting, and easy configuration management of the distributed system topology over its complete lifecycle, including patching.With Enterprise Manager, you can manage not only Oracle BI, but also Oracle database, Fusion Middleware and Oracle applications.
  • As we’ve seen, Oracle BI, including Essbase is architected from the beginning for performance and scale. There are 100s of performance optimizations designed, together, to deliver the best query performance across whatever data sources you use. In the 11g release, there is further improvement in the use of large memory in 64-bit systems, better cache seeding and cache usage.Deployment options range from small, single node machines through large clustered environments for High Availability. Additionally, Oracle BI can be hosted, offered through Business Process Outsourcers, or embedded by ISVs and OEMs.Sophisticated Active-Active clustering with automatic failover enables full utilization of compute resources, easy scaleout to address dynamic performance demands, and on-line patching to minimize downtime during upgrade cycles

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  • <Insert Picture Here>BI Publisher Introduction
  • Page 2© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential<Insert Picture Here>Contents• Reporting for Business Users• Challenges with Traditional Reporting Tools• BI Publisher Benefit• Reporting Life Cycle with BI Publisher• BI Publisher 11G - Next Generation Reporting Platform
  • Page 3© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersEmpoweringEnabling
  • Page 4© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersI want to report against corporate dataand combine with my data withoutasking to our IT…I don’t want to go toanother training class!
  • Page 5© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersI need a accurate data that I canunderstand, then I want to use myExcel to do analysisCan I just use my browser (includingiPhone/iPad) to browse and interactwith my reports ?
  • Page 6© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersI need a report against many differentdata sources and combine themwithout waiting for my IT folks.I’m a Super Excel guy. I don’t needanother training!I need a accurate data set that I canunderstand, then I want to use myExcel to do analysisCan I just use my browser (includingiPhone/iPad) to browse and interactwith my reports ?Minimal TrainingEnterprise DataModelStandard WebReportingSelf-Service, Rapid toDeployment
  • Page 7© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher for Business UsersHow can we provide a reporting tool for Business Users to• Create any kind of reports with any kind of data• Generate it in any kind of formats• View at any kind of platform• Link and Filter with any kind of data• Deliver it to any kind of destinationin a very rapid and simple way ?
  • Page 8© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersSelf-Service, Rapid to Deployment• Pure Web and IntuitiveExperience for Developmentand Design• Offer More Design Options toBusiness Users• Single Tool for DifferentReporting Types• Global Data Model combinedwith Local Data• Unlimited Interactivity withReporting Data to Explore forMore Insight
  • Page 9© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersMinimal Training – Many Reports Design OptionsI can start right awaywithout installinganything!I can use MS Wordto design highfidelity layoutdocumentsI’m in FinanceI already have a lotof Excel reportsLayout EditorRTF TemplateExcel Template
  • Page 10© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialMasterCard WorldwideResult• 3 days and 1 person toimplement POs• 12x faster w/ 1/3 fewerpeopleChallenge• 90 days and 3 people(incl. 3rd party vendor) toimplement POs• 50 Operating UnitsEasier, FasterDevelopment
  • Page 11© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialMasterCard WorldwideBI Publisher vs. Traditional Reporting Tools3 Months 3 Days
  • Page 12© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialMasterCard WorldwideBI Publisher vs. Traditional Reporting ToolsBefore : 3 Persons to Develop (Developer, BusinessAnalyst, Consultant from the Vendor)After : 1 Person to Develop (Business Analyst)
  • Page 13© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersDifferent Output Types for Different Use CasesOracleBI PublisherPresentationReviewOffline InsightCompliance/RegulatoryInteractiveInsightAnalysisMonitor/Manage
  • Page 14© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting for Business UsersMobile Reporting• Support All EnterpriseStandard Browsers• Optimization for iPhone andiPad• HTML5 Native Support forInteractive ReportingExperienceDevelop Once, Viewed by AnyStandard Web Browser
  • Page 15© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting Experience with BI Publisher
  • Page 16© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting - InteractivePurely Web, No Coding, Automatic• Pure Web User Interface• Both Design and View• No Client Installation, Any standardbrowser including Mobile• Reports Creation with NoCoding, No Scripting• Only with Mouse and Click• Automatic Data Linking andFiltering• Unlimited possibility of data linking
  • Page 17© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting - InteractiveClick, Drill Down, FilterData is filtered by selectionDrill down in Pivot TableYou can click on anydata point to filter dataCurrent Selection
  • Page 18© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting - InteractiveSort, Filter, Scroll• Dynamic Filtering/Sortinglike Excel• Instant Response with In-Memory cached data• Automatic Data Loadingas Scroll
  • Page 19© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialInteractive Reporting – Outstanding SpeedInstant Reporting Experience• Adoptive Report CachingThe more you use the report learn howyou use and cache the report output perobject3 Level Calculation Caching• Report Data CachingAuto RefreshShared or per User Cache• Report from HistoryYou can report from any point ofhistorical report data snapshot
  • Page 20© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – InteractivePrint, Send, Save• Supports Most ofCustomers RequestedReport Output Types• Supports all the outputs forPrint, Send, and Save• Provide Pixel-PerfectLayout and FomattingDesign Once, Viewed inAny Format
  • Page 21© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportCustomer Facing Documents• Purchase Order• Invoice• Dunning Letter• Shipping• Labels /Bar Code• Check /Signature
  • Page 22© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportCustomer Facing Documents• Marketing Pamphlet• Contracts• Collaterals
  • Page 23© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportFinancial Report• HierarchicalAccount Structure• Group Total• Pivoting• CustomCalculation/Aggregation Rules• FlexibleNumber/CurrencyFormatting• ComplexConditioning forBusiness Rules
  • Page 24© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportGovernment Forms• Strict LayoutRequirements
  • Page 25© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportElectronic Data Transfer/ eText• EDI• EFT• Fixed Width• Tab Delimited
  • Page 26© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportManagement and Production Report• Minimal access tothe data source• Real Time Data• High Speed ReportProcessing• ParameterizedReporting• Scheduling• Bursting• Delivery
  • Page 27© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Office IntegrationExcel Analyzer• View ReportingData and Analyze inExcel• Customize layoutand upload to Share• Dynamic Parameter• Dynamic LayoutTemplate Options• Refresh Only Dataor With Format
  • Page 28© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Office IntegrationWord/Power Point• Support MultipleSlide grouping forPPT• Header/Footer• Page Break forWordDesign Once, Viewedin Different Outputs
  • Page 29© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialChallenges with Traditional Reporting
  • Page 30© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialChallenges with Traditional Reporting• Reporting Server Maintenance• Reports Development• Reports Maintenance
  • Page 31© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting Server MaintenanceNightmare
  • Page 32© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting ChallengesRequirements are Diverse• High Fidelity Reports• Partner Reports• Financial Statements• Government forms• Marketing materials• Contracts• Checks, Labels• XML• EFT / EDI• Multiple destinationsReportsChecksLabelsInvoicesXML / EFT / EDIDestinations
  • Page 33© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting ChallengesComplex InfrastructureCheck PrintServerPaymentServerInvoiceServerReportFormatterReportsLabelManagerLabelsDeliveryServerChecksXML / EFT / EDI• Multiple reporting solutions• Highly-skilled engineersrequired to maintain serversand report formats Costly Time consuming Complex systems Expensive maintenance Labor intensiveInvoicesDestinations
  • Page 34© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialChallenge for BI PublisherHow can we provide a single and complete reporting platform that:• Support variety types of Reporting• Is Easy to Develop Reports and Simple to Maintain• Scale up to support all the Enterprise Reporting Needs
  • Page 35© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialInteractiveViewManagementReportingOfficeIntegrationMobile ProductionReportingComplete Enterprise Reporting PlatformAnything is Possible with BI PublisherElectronicTransactionEFT/ EDIFinancialReportingCustomerFacingDocumentsGovernmentFormCheck/Printing
  • Page 36© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher – Enterprise Reporting PlatformTraditional Reporting Tools BI PublisherTime toDeployment(starting frominstallation toreports delivery)Months DaysMaintenance High maintenance, proprietary reportprogramming languages requireexpensive specialists and consultantsNo coding/scripting for standardreportsStandard Java/XML for advancedreportsProduction SystemSupportHuge load on the transactional DataBase, shuts down the operationData is Processed, Calculated,Aggregated, Joined on BI Publisherinstance, not on the data source.Global Deployment Multiple Instances required for eachadditional language supportDependence on Printer Charactersets require language specific printersSingle Instance to Support TrueGlobal DeploymentStandard Translation SupportTrue BI-Directional Languagesupport
  • Page 37© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports DevelopmentNightmare
  • Page 38© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports Development ChallengeComplicated Reporting Tools, Not Clear Report RequirementsWhy does italways takethem so long toget a requestedreport ?I just don’tunderstand thistool. It’s toocomplicated…It never comeback the way Irequested…Why ?These designrequirementsare not clear…ITBusiness
  • Page 39© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports Development with BI PublisherMinimal Training – Many Reports Design OptionsI can createreports withmybrowser, sointuitive !I use Wordeveryday tocreatedocumentI’m an Excel guyI can start rightaway!Online EditorWord TemplateExcel Template
  • Page 40© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher Reports Design Options• Layout Editor – Web Browser• RTF Template – MS Word• Excel Template – MS Excel• PDF Template – Adobe Professional• Flash Template – Adobe Flex Builder• eText Template – MS Word• XSL Template – Any XML/Text Editor
  • Page 41© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports DevelopmentBefore and After BI PublisherTraditional Reporting Tools BI PublisherTime to Start Weeks (if not Months) DaysReports Author IT Developers Business UsersReportsDevelopment ToolsDesktop application installation isrequiredVendor Proprietary toolsVendor specific reporting programinglanguagePure Web InterfaceDepends on user’s preference thereare variety of reports design optionsReportsDevelopmentEnvironmentNeed to be connected to database Offline Development environmentNo need to connect to database forthe developmentWide variety of output options forreviewReportsDeploymentNeed to compile and publishDifficult to share, hard to getfeedback quicklyNo compile, No publishWhile being developed it’s availablefor review on a single instance
  • Page 42© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports MaintenanceNightmare
  • Page 43© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting ChallengesDifficult to MaintainData logic LayoutTranslation• 1 Query• 10 Layouts• 10 Translations= 100 report files High development cost High customization cost Difficult upgradeCombined query, layout, and translation1 Query 10 Layouts10 Translations
  • Page 44© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher BenefitsSimplified Report MaintenanceSeparate query, layout, and translationReportoutputFlexibilityReduced maintenanceData LogicLayoutTranslationBI Publisher
  • Page 45© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher vs. Traditional Reporting ToolsRequirement:Same data set, 10 different layouts, 10 languages to support
  • Page 46© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialMaster CardBI Publisher vs. Crystal Reports200 Reports 30 Reports
  • Page 47© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports MaintenanceSeparation of Data, Layout, TranslationTraditional Reporting Tools BI PublisherTime to Update aReportDays MinutesMaintenance Need to develop a complete report foreach user’s requirement, eachbusiness requirementDevelop just a report layout for eachuser’s requirement, each businessrequirementShare a same data setMaintained By IT Developers/Administrators Business UsersGlobal Deployment Need to duplicate reports for eachlanguage translationIf you need to support 10 languagesyou need to have 10 different reportdefinition filesTranslation is completely separatedand is applied dynamically only atthe runtimeNo need to duplicate reports, justone single report definition# of Reports toMaintainHuge1 Data Set x 10 Different LayoutRequirements x 10 languages support= 100 Reports Definition filesSmall1 Data Set + 10 Layouts + 10languages support = 1 ReportDefinition
  • Page 48© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting Life Cycle with BI Publisher
  • Page 49© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting Life CycleViewCreateReportData Model
  • Page 50© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting Life Cycle with BI PublisherDataModel• Define DataModel• Set BusinessView• Join Data Sets• CustomMeasure/AggregationCreateReport• Select Data• Insert ViewComponents• Format• Design LayoutView• Interact withReporting Data• View Currentor History• Schedule• Deliver• Republish
  • Page 51© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher Data Model
  • Page 52© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model – Data Model EditorTrue Data Modeling Experience in Browser• Pure Web User Interface• Define Data Model• Graphical Query Builder• Link between Data Sets• Various Data Types• Custom Calculation Column• Aggregation Column• Real Time Data or Caching• Data Source Recovery• Shared and reused for anyreport and secured
  • Page 53© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model – Scale to EnterpriseBusiness View/ Enterprise Secured Data Access• Model Once, Used by As ManyReports• Business View for SingleSource of Truth• Secured by Roles andPermissions• Shared Data and Local Data tobe Combined• Federated Queries• Virtual Private Data support forData Security• Data Connection Recovery
  • Page 54© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model - Data SourceVarious Data Source Types• Database• OLAP• Web Service• HTTP/RSS• XML• Oracle BI Answers• Oracle BI Semantic Layer• Excel• LDAP• ADF View Object
  • Page 55© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model - Excel Data SourceHybrid Data Source Support• Excel Native Data as DataSource• No Need to Convert to CSV orXML• Just Upload from the UI• Join/Concatenate/Aggregatewith Global Data Model, suchas Database Transactionaldata, OLAP, DW, etc
  • Page 56© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model – Query BuilderOnline Query Building Experience in Browser• Pure Web Interface• Support for Any Databaseand Oracle BI SemanticLayer• Table Joins• Condition• Sorting• Data Preview
  • Page 57© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model – Event TriggerAdvanced Business Logic• Custom Business LogicFunction with PL/SQL• Run Business Logic FunctionBefore and/or After ReportData Generation• Dynamic Report SQL QueryConstruction• Custom Calculation• Dynamic DataInsert/Update/Delete
  • Page 58© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model – Data FilteringParameter and List of Values• Parameter Reorder• Parameter Types• Free Text• Menu – Select List• Search• Date• Multiple Values Selection• Cascading Parameter SelectedValues
  • Page 59© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialData Model – Custom ColumnAggregation and Calculation• Aggregation Column – TopLevel/ Data Set Level• Custom Calculation Column• Automatic AggregationJust drag & drop, now youhave an aggregation column• Graphical UICalculation/ExpressionBuilder
  • Page 60© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design with BI Publisher
  • Page 61© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReports Design with BI PublisherMinimal Training – Many Reports Design OptionsI don’t want toinstallanything!I use Wordeveryday tocreatedocumentI’m in FinanceAlready havemany reports inExcelLayout EditorRTF TemplateExcel Template
  • Page 62© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher Reports Design Options• Layout Editor – Web Browser• RTF Template – MS Word• Excel Template – MS Excel• PDF Template – Adobe Professional• Flash Template – Adobe Flex Builder• eText Template – MS Word• XSL Template – Any XML/Text Editor
  • Page 63© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – Online EditorPure Web User ExperienceBest Fit Reporting Type• Interactive Reporting• Production Reports• Pixel Perfect Reports• Invoices, Purchase Orders, FinancialStatements…Features• Intuitive and Flexible Reports DesignExperience• No Coding/Scripting• Context Sensitive Ribbon tool bar• Chart, Pivot Table, Table, Grid,Image, etc• Conditional Formatting/ Filter• Custom Calculation (Formula)
  • Page 64© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – Online EditorIntuitive Design Experience• Context Sensitive Ribbon toolbar• Number/Date Format• Font• Sorting• Title, Header, Footer• Grid Layout Control• Nested Tables• Drag to Pixel Sizing• Report Header / Footer• Page header / footers• Page breaks
  • Page 65© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – Online EditorFeature Rich Chart Options• 42 Chart Types• 14 Chart Styles• Drag and Drop• Filtering• Top N/Bottom N• Switch between Chart andPivot• Many Chart PropertyOption
  • Page 66© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – RTF TemplateMS Word Users, Advanced Pixel Perfect DesignBest Fit Reporting Type• Customer Facing Reports,Invoices, Purchase Orders,Financial Statements…Features• Support Native Word Features• Report Preview within MS Word• Report Design Wizard• XSL/XPATH/FO StandardSupport for Advanced Design• Sub-Template• Style Template
  • Page 67© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – RTF TemplateMS Word Users, Advanced Pixel Perfect Design• Watermark• Variables• Conditions• Table/Chart/Pivot Table• Check Box• Image (Embedded, URL,Database)Need Screenshots
  • Page 68© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – RTF TemplateMS Word Users, Advanced Pixel Perfect DesignStyle Template• Consistent and Standard ReportLayout and Formatting for• Header/Footer• Table• Paragraph• Heading• Translation SupportNeed Screenshots
  • Page 69© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – RTF TemplateMS Word Users, Advanced Pixel Perfect DesignSub-Template• Reusing a common layout orcomponent (such as a header,footer, or address block)• Handling parameterized layouts• Handling dynamic or conditionallayouts• Reusable BusinessLogic/FormulaNeed Screenshots
  • Page 70© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – Excel TemplateMS Excel UsersBest Fit Reporting Type• Financial Reports• Production ReportsFeatures• Multiple Sheets• Native Excel Output• Parameter• Native Header and Footer• Preserve Layout Orientation• Support Custom Function• Dynamic Hyper Link
  • Page 71© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – PDF TemplateRegulatory, Government FormsBest Fit Reporting Type• Government Forms• Third Vendor FormsFeatures• Groups• Repeating Fields• Page Number• Page Breaks• Check Box• Radio Button• Calculation• Updatable/Read-Only options• Digital Signature
  • Page 72© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – Flash TemplateMS Excel UsersBest Fit Reporting Type• Management Reports• Interactive Reporting• Offline ReportingFeatures• Flash Animation• Unlimited ReportsInteractivity• Flexible ReportsDevelopment
  • Page 73© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – eText TemplateEDI/EFTBest Fit Reporting Type• Financial Data Transmission• Payment Method to Bank• Business Documents ExchangeFeatures• Development with MS Word• Fixed Position• Tab/Comma Delimited• Sorting• Condition• Number/Date Formatting• Expressions/Functions
  • Page 74© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReport Design – XSL TemplateXML Developers, Complete FlexibilityBest Fit Reporting Type• Pixel Perfect Reports with VeryComplicated LogicsFeatures• Support XSL Standard –XSL/XPATH/FO
  • Page 75© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialScheduling and Delivery with BI Publisher
  • Page 76© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialLayout TemplatesXMLEDIEFTOutput Formats DestinationsBI PublisherPDFHTMLExcelPowerPointCSVFlashRTFEmailPrinterFaxe-CommerceRepositoryData Sources• Word• Acrobat• JDevLayout Tools• Excel• Flex• OthersBI Publisher Reporting Life Cycle… From Data to Destination …Web ServicesOracle 10g,Oracle BI EE,Oracle BI AppsSQL ServerE-BusinessSuite,PeopleSoft,Siebel, JDEOLAPXSL
  • Page 77© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialScheduling• Recurrence patterns• Hourly• Annually• Specific Dates• Multiple outputs• Job & HistoryManagement• Send from History• Dedicated Schedule &Delivery Servers
  • Page 78© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential• Recurrence patterns• Hourly• Annually• Specific Dates• Multiple outputs• Job & HistoryManagement• Send from History• Dedicated Schedule &Delivery ServersScheduling
  • Page 79© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential• Recurrence patterns• Hourly• Annually• Specific Dates• Multiple outputs• Job & HistoryManagement• Send from History• DedicatedSchedule & DeliveryServersScheduling
  • Page 80© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialTrack delivery status of multiple outputSend output after delivery• Recurrence patterns• Hourly• Annually• Specific Dates• Multiple outputs• Job & HistoryManagement• Send from History• DedicatedSchedule & DeliveryServersScheduling
  • Page 81© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential• Recurrence patterns• Hourly• Annually• Specific Dates• Multiple outputs• Job & HistoryManagement• Send from History• DedicatedSchedule & DeliveryServersScheduling
  • Page 82© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher – Enterprise ReportingPlatform
  • Page 83© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting – Static ReportUltra High Volume PDF• Split into smallersize files• Provide index.htmlto find neededdocuments
  • Page 84© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBIP Scheduler and Bursting EngineSingle Node View© 2007 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialQuartz SchedulerBursting Engine(partition data and usebursting control file)Batch JobProcessMessageProducerESS CallbackBIP DBConsumerBIP PrinterConsumerBIP FAXConsumerBIP File SysConsumerBIP EmailConsumerBIP StellentConsumerCustomConsumerDeliveryChannelsCUPSReport QDelivery QEmailFAX DeliveryEmail DeliveryScheduleJob QSystem TDelivery QFAX
  • Page 85© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialHeavy loadNeed ScaleBIP Scheduler and Bursting EngineDistributed View© 2007 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialJobProducerJobConsumerReportConsumerEmailDeliveryConsumerFAX DeliveryConsumerNode 1 Node 2ReportProducerDeliveryProducerJobProducerReportProducerDeliveryProducerJMS Distributed DestinationReportConsumerJobConsumerReportConsumerEmil DeliveryConsumerFAX DeliveryConsumerReportConsumerHeavy loadNeed Scale
  • Page 86© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialDeployment, SystemManagement, Performance & Scalability
  • Page 87© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialOracle BI SecurityIntegration with Identity Management• Strong security– Comprehensive SSL– Encrypted metadata catalog– Report encryption, watermarking & signing• Authentication & Single Sign-On– Strong Authentication– Integrates with corporate directories– Integrates with corporate SSO– Externalizes authentication– Easy to configure & setup• Application roles & authorization– Comprehensive set of application roles– Externalized for all metadata & data– Flexible authorization model• Centralized auditing
  • Page 88© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialOracle BI Operational ManagementComprehensive Support in Enterprise Manager• Unified systems management• Across all components• Across entire lifecycle• Performance monitoring & tuning• Diagnostics & troubleshooting• Across single instance & clusters• 1-click scale-out & online clustering• Dynamic capacity management• Automate all operational tasks• Develop, test, deploy• Scale-out & tune• Patch & upgrade cycles• HA patching (rolling restart)
  • Page 89© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBest in Class Performance, Scalability& Availability• Performance• 100s of performance optimizations• 64-bit memory optimizations• Native huge page support• Support for multi-grain cache objects• Improved cache seeding & query rewrite• Improved local execution on in-memory cache for better reuse• Massively scalable with flexible deployment options• Terabytes of data, 10s of thousands of concurrent users• On-premise single node or clustered• SaaS with single tenant or multi-tenant• Standalone or embedded• Highly available with Active-Active Clustering• Automated user session & query failover• Online hot patching• Automated failover to disaster recovery
  • Page 90© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialReporting Platform for Packaged Applications
  • Page 91© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialStrategic Reporting SolutionFor All Oracle ApplicationsCertified Today:1. E-Business Suite2. PeopleSoft Enterprise3. JD Edwards4. SiebelOracle ReportsRXI, Others …Crystal ReportsActuateFUSION APPLICATIONSCrystal ReportsPublisher
  • Page 92© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential• Oracle E-Business Suite• In 11i -- 500 templatesIn R12.1 -- ALL reports are BI Publisher: 2724 templates and2092 data sources or data templates across 95 productsOracle Reports to Publisher Conversion Assistant• PeopleSoft• Integrated into 8.48• Products shipping content in R9•  Financials  HCM  SCM•  Grants  CRM  Student Admin• Siebel CRM• Integrated in 8.1.1 119 reports OOTB• Actuate to Publisher Conversion AssistantBI Publisher in Oracle ApplicationsLimited Use License
  • Page 93© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential• J.D. Edwards Enterprise One• Integrated into 8.96• Allow customers to develop their own templates• Subsequent releases will add Apps contentJD Edwards EnterpriseOne JDBC driver• J.D. Edwards World• Integrated in A9.1Produce XML that can be used as input to BI PublisherAutomated integration in newly released A9.2JD Edwards World JDBC DriverBI Publisher in Oracle ApplicationsLimited Use License
  • Page 94© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher in Many Oracle Products• Oracle Identity Management• Oracle Life Sciences AERS• Oracle Life Sciences Data Hub• Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking• i-Flex FLEXCUBE Retail• Oracle FLEXCUBE Direct Banking• Oracle Reveleus• Oracle Mantas• Agile Product Lifecycle Managementfor Process• Agile Product Lifecycle Management• Oracle Hyperion Planning• Oracle Hyperion FinancialManagement• Oracle SOA Governance• Oracle Retail• Oracle Global Risk & Compliance• iFlex FLEXCUBE – IFLEX Reinsurance• Oracle FLEXCUBE Lending and Leasing• Oracle Communications Applications• Oracle Transportation Management• Oracle Insurance Insbridge Rating andUnderwriting• Oracle Application Express (APEX)• Enterprise Manager - ConfigurationChange Console
  • Page 95© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialProduct Strategy and Roadmap
  • Page 96© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialBI Publisher RoadmapContinued Investment and Innovation20102006 2010CollaborationReportingWeb Reports DesignInteractive ReportingSiebel IntegrationPSFT IntegrationWeb InterfaceOffice IntegrationEBS IntegrationSeparation of Data,Layout, TranslationFusion Apps Integration10.1.3.2 10.1.3.3 10.1.3.4 11.1.1.35.6.35.6.1 5.6.2200711.1.1.4 11.1.1.5200920082005In-Memory Data CachingRTF/PDF Template
  • Page 97© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential11G - Highlights• Pure Web User Interface• Both Design and View• No Client Installation, Any standardbrowser including Mobile• Reports Creation for BusinessUsers• No Coding, No Scripting• Only with Mouse and Click• Automatic Data Linking andFiltering• Unlimited possibility of dataexploring
  • Page 98© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential11G - Highlights• Faster Data Generation• Scalable Enterprise Processing• Instant Report Response• Accelerate users to obtain insightand to make actions• Deliver Reports to Anywherewith Enormous Volume inRapid Speed• Enterprise Reporting JobProcessing• Optimized and Distributed JobQueue Management
  • Page 99© 2009 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and ConfidentialImprovements10G 11GData ModelDevelopment• Database, Web Service, HTTP,XML file, BI Server/Answers,Discoverer• Data Template - Manual XMLEditing with Text Editor• Data Model Editor Pure Web UI• No Custom Code• Global Function• Custom Column• Logging• OLAP, Excel, VO, data sourcesReports LayoutDesign• MSFT Word• Adobe Professional• XSL• Layout Editor - Pure Web UI LayoutDesign tool• MSFT Excel• Plus what’s supported in 10GView • Static Reporting with Parameter • Interactive Reporting with AutoLink/Filtering• Various performance tuning options(Smart Memory Cache, File systemcache, Republish)Schedule/Deliver• JMS Queue• DiagnosticSecurity • Supports Fusion MiddlewareSecurity• Report Object Level Access Control