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Oracle Business Intelligence is a product of Oracle Corporation. It is a Data Warehousing BI tool. It is very user friendly. OBIEE is one of the most emerging reporting tools ever since Oracle has taken over Siebel. In the coming days there are going to be many existing and new projects that will be migrated to Obiee from their existing reporting tools. And above all Obiee is very easy to learn and fun to learn, you do not need coding skills, but just a little logic and familiarity with the tool. And we are training on version 11g (11.1.1.6) which is a new release.

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Oracle bi ee architecture

  1. 1. Let’s start with a (not so) simple question…. “How is my new brand doing?” More specifically, “How much have I sold, how is it impacting my support operations and what percentage of my total revenue is it generating?”
  2. 2. BI Challenges Today • Siloed • Fragmented • Inconsistent • Report-centric • Restricted • Unintuitive Hasn’t the promise of BI been there for the past decade?
  3. 3. Pervasive useAnalysts Real-time, predictive dataHistorical data Insight-driven business process optimization Reporting results To:From: Unified infrastructure & prebuilt analytic solutions Analytic tools The Evolving Role of BI Unified, enterprise viewFragmented view Separate BI, CPM Integrated Performance Mgmt
  4. 4. Oracle Business Intelligence Comprehensive, Integrated, Best-of-Breed BI Solutions Oracle BI Suite Oracle BI Applications Oracle Data Warehousing Enterprise-wide, Industry-Specific Analytic Applications Best-of-Breed, Next Generation BI platform Complete data warehousing solution
  5. 5. Oracle is the Worldwide Leader in Business Analytics #1 in Analytic Applications - IDC “One of the most comprehensive and innovative BI platforms…” Leader’s Quadrant- Gartner #1 in DW Tools - IDC Oracle BI Suite Oracle BI Applications Oracle Data Warehousing Sources: IDC and Gartner
  6. 6. Oracle BI Suite Enterprise Edition OLTP & ODS Systems Data Warehouse Data Mart SAP, Oracle PeopleSoft, Siebel, Custom Apps Files Excel XML Business Process Oracle BI Server Common Enterprise Information Model Reporting & Publishing Ad hoc Analysis Proactive Detection and Alerts Microsoft Office Interactive Dashboards Advantages: Consolidate and standardize BI tools Unified BI metadata and infrastructure Seamless BI user experience
  7. 7. Primary BI EE End User Options Complete Range of Insight Delivery Capabilities Oracle Delivers • Guided experience leads user from insight to action • Intuitive and interactive dashboards/scorecards • Personalized, function-specific and role-based Oracle Interactive Dashboards Oracle Answers • Ad-hoc data exploration • True business user self sufficiency • Create, modify and author analysis, pivots and dashboards • Dynamic problem/opportunity detection and notification • Automated analytic workflows and processes • Tailored delivery for wide range of mobile devices Oracle Reporting & Publishing • Schedule & distribute enterprise-class reports • Sophisticate “pixel-perfect” report layout controls
  8. 8. Powerful Insight Across Data Sources Simplify analysis of distributed data • Point and click access to information spanning multiple physical sources • Users interact with simplified model • Shielded from complex physical data • Complete and timely information • Real-time and historical data • Enables high value cross- departmental analysis “Show me sales through today for my highest value customers. Assure sufficient inventory to fulfill orders.” Data Warehouse ODS / Operational Historical Sales (through yesterday) Today’s Sales Inventory System Current Inventory Oracle BI Server Intelligent Request Generation
  9. 9. OBIEE Multi-Source BI
  10. 10. Web Server (IIS, Tomcat, Websphere, iPlanet) Oracle BI Server Intelligent Request Generation Externalized Authentication Oracle BI EE Architecture Data Source Adapters Navigator Logical Request Generation Aggregate Navigator Fragmentation Optimization Multi-Pass / Sub-Request Logic Optimized Query Rewrites Session Management MetadataInterchange Logical SQL ODBC/JDBC (Logical Business Model) Cache Services LDAP DB Authentication Custom Authenticator Oracle BI Administration Analytical and Operational Data Sources Metadata Documentation Services Metadata Management Services Multi-User Development Services Server Management Services ODBC over TCP/IP (SSL) System/PerfMonitoring Oracle BI Cluster Controller ODBC, CLI, OCI, XML, MDX Oracle BI Web SOAP Web Services, XML and URL Interface Cache Services (Web) & Connection Mngmt XML Framework Web Catalog Service User Profiling, Security and Session Mngmt Oracle Interactive Dashboards Oracle Answers Load Balancer SecurityServices QueryGovern. Oracle Delivers Server Scheduling/Event Services Agent Execution Logic Device Adaptive Content TCP/IP (SSL) Javascript for Usability & Interactivity Web Browser XML, HTML, XLS, PDF, TXT over HTTP/HTTPS External Applications and PortalsHTML, SOAP over HTTP/HTTPS Execution Engine SAW Bridge (J2EE/ISAPI) TCP/IP (SSL)
  11. 11. Web Server (IIS, Tomcat, Websphere, iPlanet) Oracle BI Server Intelligent Request Generation Externalized Authentication Data Source Adapters Navigator Logical Request Generation Aggregate Navigator Fragmentation Optimization Multi-Pass / Sub-Request Logic Optimized Query Rewrites Session Management MetadataInterchange Logical SQL ODBC/JDBC (Logical Business Model) Cache Services LDAP DB Authentication Custom Authenticator Oracle BI Administration Analytical and Operational Data Sources Metadata Documentation Services Metadata Management Services Multi-User Development Services Server Management Services ODBC over TCP/IP (SSL) System/PerfMonitoring Oracle BI Cluster Controller ODBC, CLI, OCI, XML, MDX Oracle BI Web SOAP Web Services, XML and URL Interface Cache Services (Web) & Connection Mngmt XML Framework Web Catalog Service User Profiling, Security and Session Mngmt Oracle Interactive Dashboards Oracle Answers Load Balancer SecurityServices QueryGovernment Oracle Delivers Server Scheduling/Event Services Agent Execution Logic Device Adaptive Content TCP/IP (SSL) Javascript for Usability & Interactivity Web Browser XML, HTML, XLS, PDF, TXT over HTTP/HTTPS External Applications and PortalsHTML, SOAP over HTTP/HTTPS Execution Engine SAW Bridge (J2EE/ISAPI) TCP/IP (SSL) Oracle BI EE Architecture
  12. 12. Enterprise Business Model Administration Physical Layer – “Intelligent Request Generation” Reads in system catalog Multiple sources Optimized SQL generation Regardless of Schema Function ship to appropriate data sources/Compensation DB2 Supply Chain DM Teradata OLAP Oracle ERP. XML Data Source SQL Server Acxiom Siebel Operational
  13. 13. Enterprise Business Model Administration Business Model Layer – “Calculation Engine” Physical complexity converted to logical subject areas Drill-Paths Complex/Derived Measures (Level-based, time series, dimension-specific, nested) Aggregate/Fragment Aware
  14. 14. Enterprise Business Model Administration Presentation Layer Role-based, in context, personalized presentation – Oracle Answers
  15. 15. Web Server (IIS, Tomcat, Websphere, iPlanet) Oracle BI Server Intelligent Request Generation Externalized Authentication Oracle BI EE Architecture Data Source Adapters Navigator Logical Request Generation Aggregate Navigator Fragmentation Optimization Multi-Pass / Sub-Request Logic Optimized Query Rewrites Session Management MetadataInterchange Logical SQL ODBC/JDBC (Logical Business Model) Cache Services LDAP DB Authentication Custom Authenticator Oracle BI Administration Analytical and Operational Data Sources Metadata Documentation Services Metadata Management Services Multi-User Development Services Server Management Services ODBC over TCP/IP (SSL) System/PerfMonitoring Oracle BI Cluster Controller ODBC, CLI, OCI, XML, MDX Oracle BI Web SOAP Web Services, XML and URL Interface Cache Services (Web) & Connection Mngmt XML Framework Web Catalog Service User Profiling, Security and Session Mngmt Oracle Interactive Dashboards Oracle Answers Load Balancer SecurityServices QueryGovern. Oracle Delivers Server Scheduling/Event Services Agent Execution Logic Device Adaptive Content TCP/IP (SSL) Javascript for Usability & Interactivity Web Browser XML, HTML, XLS, PDF, TXT over HTTP/HTTPS External Applications and PortalsHTML, SOAP over HTTP/HTTPS Execution Engine SAW Bridge (J2EE/ISAPI) TCP/IP (SSL)
  16. 16. Oracle BI Server Common Enterprise Information Model Simplified Logical Model The Oracle BI server presents as a logically modeled database enabling the Common Enterprise Information Model. This provides powerful calculation, computation and federation capabilities to 3rd party tools as well as our own.
  17. 17. A Day in the Life of a Query
  18. 18. A Day in the Life of a Query A logical request comes in asking for  Brand,  Closed Revenue (GL)  Service Requests (Call Center)  Share of Revenue (Derivation)
  19. 19. A Day in the Life of a Query Oracle BI Server Cache The Server will check to see if this request can be fulfilled via a prior request using Server Cache. This is an on-demand intelligent shareable and secure cache that can support: Subsets, Aggregations and Derivations
  20. 20. A Day in the Life of a Query Navigator If it is the request is cannot be fulfilled by cache then the server will intelligently process the request
  21. 21. A Day in the Life of a Query Multi-Pass/Sub-Request Logic Does this analysis require sophisticated analysis such as an OLAP calculation? [Revenue Share] The Server will determine the best possible way to provide this calculation/computation
  22. 22. A Day in the Life of a Query Fragmentation Optimization Does this request span across partitions or silos of data? [Closed Revenue and Service Requests] The server will determine based on the request if it should navigate to both or only one. It will automatically resolve fan traps.
  23. 23. A Day in the Life of a Query Aggregate Navigator Is there an aggregate that can better satisfy this request versus hitting the detail? {Brand Summary Table} The Server will apply approprate summary redirection to provide the quickest response.
  24. 24. A Day in the Life of a Query Optimized Query Rewrites What can be function-shipped down to the database versus performed /supplemented by the computation capabilities of the Server. The server will provide a consistent set of functionality to the user regardless of underlying datasource.
  25. 25. Oracle BI Server Exploiting Native Database Functionality
  26. 26. select distinct D1.c2 as c1, Rank() OVER ( ORDER BY D1.c1 DESC ) as c2 from (select sum(T677."ActlExtnd") as c1, T699."District" as c2 from "d1_customer" T699, "d1_orders" T677 where ( T677."repkey" = T699."SalesRep" ) group by T699."District") D1 order by 1 select D1.c2 as c1, D1.c1 as c4 from (select sum(T1397."ActlExtnd") as c1, T1384."District" as c2 from "D1_customer" T1384, "D1_orders" T1397 where ( T1384."repkey" = T1397."SalesRep" ) group by T1384."District" ) D1 [Rank Calculation Performed on Oracle BI Server To Compensate for the Limitations of MS SQL Server] Oracle BI Server Optimized Native SQL Rewrites
  27. 27. A Day in the Life of a Query Cache Services The request once executed will now be available to other users as a cache entry.
  28. 28. Oracle BI Server System Services System Services Clustering: Add stacks as needed in a share nothing clustered environment. Session Management and Governance: Query throttling via connection pools and authorization Security Services: Integration with OID, LDAP with sophisticated data driven personalization mechanisms.
  29. 29. D E M O N S T R A T I O N Oracle BI Suite Enterprise Edition
  30. 30. Drive Pervasive Intelligence All Departments, Users, and Processes Unsurpassed Usability Anywhere, Anytime  Rich, interactive Web interface  Guided analytics  Seamless user experience  Robust personalization  Simplified business model  Abstraction from physical sources  Complex calculations made easy  Dashboards, ad hoc, alerts, reports  Any device  Full mobile disconnected analytics  Integrated with business processes  Embedded analytics  Portal integration  Extranet
  31. 31. DW Design Leverage Prebuilt Oracle BI Applications Changing the Economics of BI Build from Scratch with Traditional BI Tools Oracle BI Applications Back-end ETL and Mapping Define Metrics & Dashboards Training & Roll-out Prebuilt ETL Business Adapters for Siebel, Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, others Prebuilt DW design Adaptable to your enterprise DW Role-based dashboards and alerts Thousands of pre-defined metrics Weeks or months Pre-built ETL Tailoring DW Design Mod Specific Metrics & Dashboards Training & Rollout Quarters or Years Faster deployment Lower TCO Assured business value With BI Suite EE you can: 1. Build custom BI apps 2. Buy Oracle BI Apps 3. Do a mix of both
  32. 32. OBIEE Features vs. 11g DB OBIEE • Time and Value Based Partitions for BI • Aggregate awareness through defined views in data sources • Single, secured logical definition for BI usage Oracle Database 11g • Time, Value, Interval Based Partitioning for Enterprise • Transparent, highly scaled aggregate awareness for enterprise apps (OLAP) • Single, secured physical definition of enterprise OBIEE Provides Tools for the Roadmap to Best Practice BI/DW
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