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Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
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Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
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Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)

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http://www.kpipartners.com/watch-unpacking-the-new-oracle-bi-apps-now-with-odi ... The new release of the Oracle BI Applications (11.1.1.7.1) now leverages Oracle Data Integrator (ODI). This huge …

http://www.kpipartners.com/watch-unpacking-the-new-oracle-bi-apps-now-with-odi ... The new release of the Oracle BI Applications (11.1.1.7.1) now leverages Oracle Data Integrator (ODI). This huge development means that ODI can alternatively be utilized as the primary data integration tool over Informatica. ODI and its Extract-Load-Transform functionality could provide customers a setup that delivers increased performance and reduced data integration costs.

Watch this on-demand recording to see an overview of the latest Oracle Business Intelligence Applications architecture as well as a detailed look into each of the components of the new BI Apps. Vikas Agrawal (KPI) and Hari Cherukupally (Oracle) explore:

ODI for BI Apps architecture
Components of the BI Applications
Integration with operational systems: Is this supported ERP/CRM sources or application integration?
Fusion Middleware components: How is this different from OBIA components?
Enabling insight & alignment across business functions with OBIA

Guests:
Vikas Agrawal, VP Applications, KPI Partners
Hari Cherukupally, Principal Product Strategy Manager, Oracle

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  • Add insight to CRM and ERP applications
    Easy to adapt and extend
    Tight integration with OLTP systems
    Works with existing IT environment
    Fast time to value; Low TCO
    Over 4,000 customers worldwide

    Pre-built warehouse with 16 star-schemas designed for analysis and reporting on financial analytics
    Pre-built ETL to extract data from a large number of operational tables and load it into the DW, sourced from PSFT, Oracle EBS, JD Edwards,
    Pre-mapped metadata, including embedded best practice calculations and metrics for financial analysts, executives and other business users
    A “best practice” library of over 488 pre-built metrics, 36 intelligent dashboards, 250+ reports and several alerts for CFO, Finance Controller, Financial Analyst, AR/AP Managers and Executives






  • Use notes area to aid your presentation with detailed points.
  • Most significant BI Applications release in three years
    Dashboards are written for OBIEE 11g leveraging new
    visualizations such as performance tiles
    Completely re-architected solution leveraging the power
    of ODI as the data movement tool
    Released on the latest version of FMW 11.1.1.7
    Introduction of BI Applications Configuration Manager
    and other tools to increase productivity and drive down TCO
    Golden Gate option available for customers
    that require near real time loads
    Significant expansion of content and new products
  • Key items to call out:

    Most frequent requests:
    Commitment control, Fixed Assets, Time & Labor, Resource Management, Service Contracts

    Integration of edge and industry analytics (vertical breadth AND horizontal depth)
  • Key items to call out:

    Most frequent requests:
    Commitment control, Fixed Assets, Time & Labor, Resource Management, Service Contracts

    Integration of edge and industry analytics (vertical breadth AND horizontal depth)
  • Key items to call out:

    Most frequent requests:
    Commitment control, Fixed Assets, Time & Labor, Resource Management, Service Contracts

    Integration of edge and industry analytics (vertical breadth AND horizontal depth)
  • New Application Content – SIA and Indirect Spend Planning
    New Data Integration Tool – Oracle Data Integrator
    New TCO Tools - BIACM and FSM to increase productivity and lower TCO
  • Technology Components
    Web logic Server 10.3.6 + patches
    BI EE 11.1.1.7.0 + patches
    Not supported on 32 bit platforms
    ODI 11.1.1.7.0 + patch
    Golden Gate 11.2.1.01 (Optional)
    SOA Suite 11.1.1.7.0 + patches
    Required for Indirect Spend Planning
    Separate zip files are provided as part of BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 for the above FMW Platform Patches

    Refer to BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Certification Matrix for the list of patches.

    Database Certifications for BI Applications Repositories
    Only Oracle DB supported for this release
    Oracle DB Version is 11.2.0.3+
    Source database must be on Oracle DB

    BI Applications – see Certification Matrix for details
    New Modules: Student Information Analytics, Indirect Spend Planning
    New content for existing modules
    Certified with Exalytics.

    Source Certifications – Fusion Applications not supported.
  • FSM deployed into WLS.
  • Administrative UI to manage system configuration for BI Applications

    Global parameters
    Language setup
    Currency setup
    Extract dates

    Ability to export and import configuration from file
  • FSM deployed into WLS.
  • Administrative UI to track and manage implementation projects and their required functional setup steps

    Assign owners and due dates to tasks

    Domain setup

    Ensures setups are complete and easily interrogated
  • Library of best practices in ODI
    Pre-built, reusable knowledge modules to handle several best practice patterns
    SCD, Exchange rates, Key resolution lookups, Insert/Update strategies, Full/Incremental loads
    Load Plans: Smart Dependency Management and Performance Optimizations
    Orchestration Engine for Dynamic Load Plan Generation
    Pre-built options to handle different load situations
    Pre-built Integration with Golden Gate as an Option
    Low Latency Refresh of Data Warehouse (Near Real Time)
    Continuous streaming extract
    Frequent Batch Loads
    Reliable and Efficient Change Data Capture
    Superior handling of deletes
  • A Load Plan is an executable object in Oracle Data Integrator that can contain a hierarchy of steps that can be executed conditionally, in parallel, or in series. The leaves of this hierarchy are scenarios. The set of scenarios that makes up a Load Plan can involve the execution of packages, interfaces, variables, and procedures.
    Load Plans also support exception handling strategies in the event of a scenario ending in error.
    Load Plans can be started, stopped, and restarted from a command line, from Oracle Data Integrator Studio, Oracle Data Integrator Console, or a Web Service interface. They can also be scheduled using the runtime agent’s built-in scheduler or an external scheduler. When a Load Plan is executed, a Load Plan Instance is created. Each attempt to run this Load Plan Instance is a separate Load Plan Run.
    A Load Plan can be modified in production environments and steps can be enabled or disabled according to the production needs. Load Plan objects can be designed and viewed in the Designer and Operator Navigators. Various design operations (such as create, edit, delete, and so forth) can be performed on a Load Plan object if a user connects to a development Work Repository, but some design operations will not be available in an execution Work Repository. After it is created, a Load Plan is stored in the Work Repository. The Load Plan can be exported then imported to another repository and executed in different contexts.
  • Repository for Configuration Manager and FSM
    Contains BI Apps product hierarchy, setup objects (parameters, domain mappings), list of functional tasks, load plan definitions

    * In this release, all repositories are only supported on Oracle DB.
  • Use Cases Supported
    Customer upgrading later to an SDS architecture without needing to restart their ETL
    Customer deploying one module using the SDS and switching other modules to using the SDS as they go along
    Customer switching back an incremental to the OLTP for sourcing data (for whatever reason) even as a one off.

    GoldenGate – a service on both database systems that performs:
    On the source database system - continuous asynchronous change data capture 'CDC' at a low level in the database, then compresses and ships the changed data across the network to…
    On the target database system - receives the changed data from one or more source systems and loads them into the target database (into the SDS schemas, 1 per source).  

  • Drastically Reduced Impact on Source System & Reduced ETL Runtimes
    Dedicated Copy of Source Tables in BI Apps DW


  • The Leader In Oracle BI & EPM

    KPI Partners is the Most Experienced Oracle BI & EPM Systems Implementation Partner

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    1. Contact Us 510.818.9480 | www.kpipartners.com© KPI Partners Inc. Start Here Vikas Agrawal | VP, Applications Hari Cherukupally | Product Manager, Oracle Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    2. Agenda 2
    3. ①BI Apps 11.1.1.7.1 Overview ②BI Apps 11.1.1.7.1 Architecture ③BI Apps 11.1.1.7.1 Components ④Golden Gate for OBIA ⑤Q & A Agenda Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) 3
    4. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview 4
    5. 5Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) Pre-built warehouse Designed for Analysis & Reporting 1 Pre-built ETL Extract Data From Popular ERP 3 4 Pre-built Dashboards & Reports Calculations & Metrics BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview Pre-built Metadata Calculations & Metrics Presentation layer Logical business model Physical sources 2
    6. 6Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview
    7. New visualizations such as performance tiles ODI as the data movement tool Released on FMW 11.1.1.7 BI Apps Config Manager & other tools Golden Gate for near real-time loads Expansion of content and new products BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    8. Financials Commitment Control & Public Sector Financial/Budget Analysis (EBS & PSFT) Fixed Assets (EBS & PSFT) Human Resources Transfers, Time & Labor (EBS & PSFT) Global Payroll (PSFT) Procurement and Spend Sourcing Analytics Enhancements to Change Orders and Agreements Supply Chain and Order Management Costing Inventory Cycle Count BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    9. Projects Resource Management (EBS & PSFT) Cross Charge (EBS & PSFT) Forecasting Enhancements & Commitments (PSFT) GL Reconciliation (EBS & PSFT) CRM Service Analytics Enhancements (EBS) Price Analytics (EBS) Student Information Analytics Admissions, Recruiting, Records, Financials (PSFT) Operational Planning Indirect Spend Planning BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    10. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) Application Coverage BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview Application Coverage
    11. 11  Fusion Data Source  Enterprise Asset Management Analytics  Process Manufacturing Analytics  Non Oracle Sources/Targets  All Siebel CRM Vertical applications – Loyalty Analytics – Case Analytics – Contact Center & Telephony Analytics – CRM Vertical Content for Finance, Insurance, Telco & Pharma Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview
    12. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Overview - Takeaways Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) New Content – SIA & Indirect Spend Planning New Data Integration Tool – ODI New TCO Tools - BIACM & FSM
    13. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Architecture 13
    14. There are two options: 1) Standard BIAPPS with ODI 2) Golden Gate + Source Dependent Data Store (SDS) - Optimize ETL load and reduce impact on OLTP system BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Architecture Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    15. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Architecture Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!): Deployment Options
    16. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Architecture - Takeaways Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) Golden Gate + SDS (Optional) Tightly integrated with Fusion Middleware Currently supported on Oracle DB only
    17. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components 17
    18. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)  Setup Tier 1) Configuration Manager (BIACM) 2) Functional Setup Manager (FSM)  Data Load Tier 1) ODI Agent and Console 2) ODI Studio Desktop Client 3) Configuration Manager 4) Load Plan Generator (LPG)  Reporting Tier 1) OBI EE  Repositories 1) Business Analytics Warehouse 2) BI Applications Component Repository 3) ODI Repository for BI Applications  Files 1) BI Applications RPD 2) BI Applications Presentation Catalog 3) Configuration files
    19.  Web application deployed into WLS  Allows users to perform  System Setups  Functional Setups , Setup Maintenance and Administration  Load Plan Management and ETL Administration  Leverages Functional Setup Manager (FSM) application to provide dynamic task generation capability based on user selection of the BI Applications being implemented. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    20. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    21.  A centralized (Thin client/web application) Console to simplify configuration process  Minimize manual Setups and Configurations  Generate list of necessary configurations based on BI Application being configured and user selections  Provide check lists and validations of all necessary tasks  Reduces dependency on documentation BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    22. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    23. ODI Declarative Design Conventional ETL Design ETL Data Flow Graph - Laborious • Developer must define every step of Complex ETL Flow Logic • Traditional approach requires specialized ETL skills • And significant development and maintenance efforts ODI - Declarative Set-based Design • Simplifies the number of steps • Automatically generates the Data Flow whatever the sources and target DB Benefits  Significantly reduce the learning curve  Shorter implementation times  Streamline access to non-IT pros Define How: Built-in Templates Define What You Want Automatically Generate Dataflow 1 2 Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    24. ①ODI Java EE Agent  Deployed in WLS  Component that orchestrates ODI processes for ETL ②ODI Console  Web Application deployed into WLS  Used to monitor ETL ③ODI Studio Desktop Client  Manages ODI artifacts  Windows and Linux Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    25. • Contains extract and load mappings divided into SDEs, SILOS and PLPs • Supports incremental aggregate loads. No truncate and full Aggregate loads. • Separate SCD and Unspecified mappings are not required as it is now handled by KMs. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    26. ① Behind-the-scenes utility for generating ODI load plans (think execution plans) to orchestrate data load based on selected fact groups ② LPG uses Configuration Manager and ODI metadata to create a load plan containing only appropriate tasks to load desired fact groups ③ Set of library files deployed into WLS Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    27. ① A Load Plan is an executable object in ODI that can contain a hierarchy of steps that can be executed conditionally, in parallel, or in series.  A Load Plan is the largest executable object in ODI, using scenarios in its steps. ② Packages, interfaces, variables, and procedures can be added to Load Plans for executions in scenarios.  Load plans are not substitutes for packages or scenarios, but are used to organize at a higher level, the execution of packages and scenarios. ③ Load Plans also support exception handling strategies, in the event a scenario ends in error. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    28.  Business Analytics Warehouse  BI Applications Components Repository  BI Applications ODI Repository (Work and Master) Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    29.  Supported on 64-bit platforms  Pre built BI Application content (RPD and web catalog)  A “best practice” library of over pre-built metrics, dashboards and reports.  Leverages new visualization features like Performance Tiles Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components
    30. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Components - Takeaways Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) New Data Integration Tool – ODI New TCO Tools - BIACM & FSM Load Plan Generator OBIEE 11.1.1.7.0
    31. Golden Gate for OBIA 31
    32. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) Source Dependent Data Store (SDS) • Optional, requires additional licenses • A separate schema on the BI Apps DW database • replication of the source OLTP systems tables via Golden Gate. • Modular control on a Fact by Fact / Dimension by Dimension basis. • Can be leveraged for operational reporting. Golden Gate • Replication of data in heterogeneous data environments. • Enables high availability solutions, real-time data integration, transactional change data capture, data replication, transformations, and verification between operational and analytical enterprise systems. • A service that can be deployed on both Source and Target databases for continuous asynchronous change data capture in real-time. Golden Gate for OBIA
    33. Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) Golden Gate for OBIA
    34. 34 Golden Gate for OBIA Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    35. Flexibility Performance  Near-zero impact of ongoing extraction.  No ETL batch load windows required as near real time ETL can be enabled.  Full ETL reloads can be executed without taxing the source system.  Consistent CDC approach regardless of source.  Hard deletes in source generates Golden Gate events.  Transformations and star loads all local in BI Apps DW schema.  Ability to change indexes, add views.  Perfect source for real-time reporting requirements. • Golden Gate for OBIA Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!)
    36. BI Applications 11.1.1.7.1 Golden Gate - Takeaways Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) Optional deployment option Addresses near real time data loads Reduces ETL windows GG is a near-zero impact replication tool Requires additional DB schema for SDS
    37. Final Takeaways Unpacking The New Oracle BI Apps (Now With ODI!) New Application Content – SIA & Indirect Spend Planning Enhanced Content for previously available modules New Data Integration Tool – Oracle Data Integrator New TCO Tools - BIACM and FSM Load Plan Generator OBIEE 11.1.1.7.0
    38. Q & A 38
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