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Oracle Exalytics - Tips and Experiences

Speaker:

Mark Rittman 

Company:

Rittman Mead 

Presentation begins:

13:35 

Presentation duration:

45 minutes

Presentation Abstract:

Rittman Mead were the first UK Oracle Partner to acquire an Oracle Exalytics server, Oracle's in-memory engineered system for business intelligence. Over the past year we have implemented and prototyped Exalytics solutions for customers around the world, and have built-up a body of knowledge around the best way to load and refresh the TimesTen cache, create highly-interactive dashboards, and support large communities of users all running complex queries concurrently. We've also  encountered the usual "Version 1.0" issues, and worked out how best to deploy Exalytics alongside other engineered systems such as Oracle Exadata, and how to deploy Exalytics so that it's highly-available and secure. In this session, we'll go through our experiences, share tips on what works well and not so well with Exalytics, and talk about some of the utilities and accelerators our team have developed to speed up the deployment of an Exalytics system. 

Speaker biography:

Mark Rittman is an Oracle ACE Director, and co-founder and Technical Director for Rittman Mead, a specialist Oracle BI, DW and Analytics Gold Partner with offices in the UK, USA, India and Australia. Rittman Mead were the first UK Oracle Partner to purchase an Oracle Exalytics server, and Mark has presented on Exalyics and the wider Oracle BI platform at events such as
the UKOUG Conference and SIGs, Oracle Openworld, ODTUG KScope and others. Mark is also the author of the Oracle Press book "Oracle Business Intelligence Developers Guide", and writes for the Rittman Mead blog at http://www.rittmanmead.com/blog

Who will benefit:

DBAs, BI developers, BI Managers, architects, power users 

What will you learn?

The basic proposition with Exalytics, and how the key features (in-memory analysis, support for large amounts of concurrent users etc) work. We'll discuss what approaches suit the Exalytics platform best, how to deploy it alongside Exadata, and how to integrate Exalytics into your wider enterprise architecture. 

Hall:

Room 1 & 2

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PDFOracle Exalytics - Tips and Experiences - Mark Rittman, Rittman Mead

Published: 17.04.2013 - This document is restricted to members

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