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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition

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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g (OBIEE) is a comprehensive business intelligence platform that delivers a full range of capabilities - including interactive dashboards, ad hoc queries, notifications and alerts, enterprise and financial reporting, scorecard and strategy management, business process invocation, search and collaboration, mobile, integrated systems management and more.

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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition

  1. 1. Control and Business Analysis with ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION Teodor Ognianov Dreamix ltd www.dreamix.eu
  2. 2. About Teodor Oracle Fusion Middleware Expert at Dreamix Passionate about: • Oracle Technology • Java • Business Intelligence • Open source development
  3. 3. Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g (OBIEE) is a comprehensive business intelligence platform that delivers a full range of capabilities - including interactive dashboards, ad hoc queries, notifications and alerts, enterprise and financial reporting, scorecard and strategy management, business process invocation, search and collaboration, mobile, integrated systems management and more. OBIEE 11g is based on a proven web service-oriented unified architecture that integrates with an organization’s existing information technology (IT) infrastructure for the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) and highest return on investment (ROI). Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition
  4. 4. Comparison of the components
  5. 5. What additional features OBIEE offers? BI Server • Single meta database of all end customers • Switching from "Report-centric" to "Model-centric" approach • Common Enterprise Information Model • Еxtracting data from multiple sources simultaneously • Real-time data and historical data • Oracle and non-Oracle data sources • Performance • Caching, Summary management, SQL tuning • Load balancing across many presentation servers
  6. 6. What additional features OBIEE offers? • Fully implementеd interface in WEB; • Rich interactive boards; • Integration with MS Office; • Multilingual support; • Distant analysis for mobile users; BI Presentation Tools
  7. 7. What additional features OBIEE offers? • SОА & Web Services Connection • Integration of Oracle BPEL Process Manager • Oracle Internet Directory and Single Sign- On Support OBIEE is part of Oracle Fusion Middleware
  8. 8. OBIEE Architecture • Clients • BI Presentation Server • BI Server • Repository • Data Sources
  9. 9. Clients • Gives access to BI information • Oracle BI Answers - a set of tools for creating, viewing and modifying applications • Oracle BI Interactive Dashboards - visualizing the results of inquiries made with BI Answers • Oracle BI Administration Tool
  10. 10. Oracle BI Presentation Server • Extension of the WEB Server • Catalog for stored content • Receive information from the Oracle BI Server and interpreting it to the customers
  11. 11. Oracle BI Server • The Server for Oracle Business Intelligence • Using meta database directly • Generate dynamic SQL requests to the physical data sources • Uses ODBC to RDBMS • Structure the results to BI Presentation Server
  12. 12. Repository • Stores meta database used by BI Server • Generated by the Oracle BI Administration Tool – Imports meta base from data sources – Organizes and structures metadata into business models – Structures the business model for presentation to users who request the information
  13. 13. Data Sources • Stores the data for analysis • Available for BI Server • Available in any of these formats: – Relational Database – OLAP database – Files – Tables – XML for Analysis (XMLA)
  14. 14. Reports with Oracle BIEE
  15. 15. Reports with Oracle BIEE
  16. 16. Reports with Oracle BIEE
  17. 17. Reports with Oracle BIEE
  18. 18. Control and Business Analysis with ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION Create a repository
  19. 19. Oracle BI Administration Tool Shows repository in three separate panels: • Physical • Business Model and Mapping • Presentation
  20. 20. Physical Layer • Connections between dimensional and fact tables are required for valid business model; • By Oracle BI Server links defines the relations between tables;
  21. 21. Measures Summary icon that indicates a defined aggregate function • Increase productivity; • Define measurable matches; • They are on logical columns in the fact tables; • They have defined aggregate function;
  22. 22. Defining measures Десен клик на колоната Properties Избор на функция Иконата указва агрегатна функция Right click on Properties > Aggregation
  23. 23. Oracle recommendations • Use only logical links in the BMM layer. • Rename the logical columns. • Use names corresponding to the organization and understandable for consumers. • Use short names without space in them. • Create unique names for columns. • Avoid using same name with the name of the logical table in the BMM.
  24. 24. Control and Business Analysis with ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION Repository creation Presentation Layer and Hierarchy
  25. 25. User interface in the presentation layer The presentation layer defines the objects that users see. Object area Folder Column Catalog Folder Column
  26. 26. Oracle recommendations • Use talking names. • Don`t use quotation marks (') in the names. • Avoid double quotes ("). • Make the objects names unique. • Grouped objects in speaking to users • Remove unnecessary objects to simplify model • Use short names to save space in the references
  27. 27. Hierarchy Define hierarchies in business model Establish levels of grouping Establish ways of drill down
  28. 28. 1. Create Dimension Right-click on the “business model” then select New Object> Dimension Right-click on the “logical dimension” then select Create Dimension
  29. 29. 2. Add primarily level Name Show primary level
  30. 30. 3. Add next level Name Number of elements on the level Rollup
  31. 31. 4. Determine the number of elements Determination of the items number by updating database records.
  32. 32. 5. Columns in the levels The logical column is connected to the logical level Logical columns can be situated in chosen position in the hierarchy
  33. 33. 6. Add features in the presentation layer Add new columns in the presentation layer to make hierarchy visible for the.
  34. 34. Control and Business Analysis with ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION Create reports
  35. 35. 1. Workspace
  36. 36. 2. Create inquiry 3 2 1 4 The selected fields are displayed on the desktop Select the columns from the panel to place in the inquiry.
  37. 37. 3. Displaying results Go to “Results”. The application can be displayed in many ways.
  38. 38. Change in the look 4. Change in the look The change in the look allows control over visualization of information.
  39. 39. 5. Change in the column format 1 2 3 4 Often used in date or numeric field.
  40. 40. 6. Filters • The filters are handy tools to orgamize the displayed information; • The filters may be on one or more columns; • Filters can be reused if stored in the system;
  41. 41. 1b 1а 3 2 4 Create Filters
  42. 42. Filters on multiple columns Filters can be created on multiple columns.
  43. 43. • Introduction to Oracle BI Answers • Create tabular reports • Create graphics • Create titles Legend
  44. 44. Graphics Scroller Scroller Options Columns Result
  45. 45. Graphics options Area Horizontal Bar Bubble Vertical Bar Line bar Combo Line Time Series Pareto Pie Radar Scatter Step
  46. 46. Options Basic Options Scaling Information change Titles and labels Additional labels Advanced
  47. 47. Columns Line columnsHorizontal columns (Х) Vertical columns (У)
  48. 48. Formatting on condition Click Add Condition Color on condition
  49. 49. Oracle BI Delivers • Automate BI • Create alarms (alerts), based on consultation with BI • Send reports to the BI consumer or send them by email
  50. 50. BI Delivers Access Select More Products> Delivers
  51. 51. Homepage Create iBot-and Change profile View iBot-and
  52. 52. 1. Set the General tab Priority: High, Normal, Low Visibility: Custom, impersonal Run As: available only at impersonal visibility. Specifies which user to run the robot
  53. 53. Add condition Select a condition to start the work- Oracle BI Answers request. It is planned to be launched if the application returns one or more rows. 2. Set the Conditional Request tab
  54. 54. 3. Set the Schedule tab Three-piece configuration. Start report. Repeat. End date of departure. It dependents on the time and date on the server, not on the local machine.
  55. 55. 4. Set the Recipients tab Choose receiver Recipients Myself other
  56. 56. 5. Set the Delivery Content tab Content Empty reference message Title Content Type of transmission Additional text Text in the event of a failed request
  57. 57. 6. Set the Destinations tab Receiving Tables Accounts receivable Devices Set of devices for receiving
  58. 58. 7. Set the Advanced tab • Select one or more actions after the launch of the robot (with success / failure) • Calling next iBot • Execution of native SQL script
  59. 59. Control and Business Analysis with ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION BI Publisher
  60. 60. BI Publisher
  61. 61. Excel Add-In
  62. 62. About Dreamix Dreamix is a leading outsourcing software development and consultancy company. If you want to improve your margins or just need expertise in Java EE, Oracle Fusion, ADF, SOA, BD or TIBCO technologies feel free to contact us. Moreover, we can build for you hybrid solutions using wide variety of technologies like Struts, Swing, SOAP and SAOP Attachments. We cherish relations not transactions. Specialties Software outsourcing and consulting, Java EE, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Forms and Reports to ADF migration, Oracle BPM, Oracle WebCenter, Oracle ADF, Oracle SOA, TIBCO, Strut, SOAP

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