Check out my latest post over on the ITOUG site on the Data Analytics track at the upcoming events in Milan and Rome, end of January 2020!
My slide deck from the AOUG 2019 Conference is now available:
OAC – From Cloud Entry to Data Engineering to Data Science
Conference participants will be provided with the full deck including all connectivity URLs and user credentials directly through the conference organizers.
Updated and uploaded the presentation decks for my recent UKOUG sessions for anyone who missed them at the event and doesn’t have access to them over their website:
Sitting at Birmingham after a great UKOUG Tech16 and for once using the time to update my much-neglected blog 🙂
Had a great time again this year both in terms of content and social interaction. Session highlights – in no specific order I’m not ranking here:
- Query, Integrate & Visualise All Your Data Using Hadoop – Mark Rittman
- Kafka’s Role in Implementing Oracle’s Big Data Reference Architecture on the Big Data Appliance – Robin Moffatt
- Data Streaming From Oracle To Kafka – Chris Lawless
- Source Control, Code Deployment & Concurrent Development for OBIEE 12c – Robin Moffatt
- Advanced Visualizations With Oracle BICS & Data Visualization – Antony Heljula
- A Post – Big Data Analytics Platform & Use Of Oracle Advanced Analytics – Brendan Tierney
- Community Keynote Business Analytics: How to spot the signals that tell you what’s REALLY going on in your business – Philippe Lions and Duncan Fitter
- Advanced Analytics in Oracle Data Visualization Desktop – Philippe Lions
- Oracle BI Analytics – An Update From Product Management – Mike Durran
- Reduce European Flight Delay – Real Time ODI, OBIEE and D3 – Jerome Francoisse
- OBIEE 12c Upgrade Experience At Liberty Global Case Study – Francesco Tisiot
Phew that’s all. It was refreshing to see that we finally reached the post-hype – and hence post-marketing-sales-BS stage – for Big Data and generally the next evolution of Analytics with many very pertinent real-life talks. Room assignment to Business Analytics talks could have been a bit better though as several of us including myself for one talk were in rooms with 11 person capacity and people standing squeezed up against the wall, in the door or even outside in the hallway.
Personally I did two talks about BI Server Query Execution and OBI Security respectively. For the latter I was joined by Gianni Ceresa for the coveted slot of 08:50 on Monday morning. Very good audience presence for both talks and some good questions which shows that foundation / core topics are still very much in demand rather than being skipped.
Content aside it was an excellent chance to meet up with several people again whom I hadn’t seen in a while and to do some more things for the OTN and ACE networks – more on that in a separate post to come. Tuesday night I hosted a meetup for Analytics geeks which drew a nice crowd in spite of numerous conflicting parties. Probably since we didn’t just “beer & business” around as usual but – being geeks – also had good fun with some card games. h/t to Jerome for bringing along a nice new one I hadn’t tried yet. Definitely something I’l lkeep up
UKOUG completes this year’s conferences and what a year it has been. Be seeing you all in 2017 at one of the Oracle User Groups, independent conferences or the mothership fest that is OpenWorld!