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Master Oracle Business Intelligence 11g Reports and DashboardsDeliver meaningful business information to users anytime, anywhere, on any device, using Oracle Business Intelligence 11g. Written by Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman, Oracle Business Intelligence 11g Developers Guide fully covers the latest BI report design and distribution techniques. Find out how to execute effective queries, build accurate models, use scorecards and KPIs, create dynamic reports, set up dashboards, and publish tosmartphones and wireless devices. This Oracle Press guide contains comprehensive details on Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, the best-in-class, preintegrated BI platform.
Install or upgrade to Oracle Business Intelligence 11g
Develop and manage custom Oracle Business Intelligencerepositories
Access relational, file, and multidimensional data sources
Design print-quality reports with Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher
Create web-enabled analyses, dashboards, and visualizations
Integrate with other applications using Oracle BusinessIntelligence 11g Action Framework
Employ authentication, authorization, and row-level security
Configure and deploy Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine
Mark Rittman, Oracle ACE Director (Brighton, UK) is Technical Director and co-founder of Rittman Mead, specializing in BI, DW and EPM solutions using Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Database, Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle Essbase. Mark is a strong supporter of Oracle user groups around the world, was previously an executive board member of ODTUG and speaks regularly at conferences in the UK, Europe, USA and around the world. Mark also writes for the Rittman Mead blog (http://www.rittmanmead.com/blog) and contributes a regular column on business intelligence for Oracle Magazine.
1. Overview and Product Architecture 2. Installations and Upgrades, for the Oracle BI Developers Handbook 3. Creating Repositories from Relational Sources 4. Creating Repositories from Oracle Essbase and Other OLAP Data Sources 5. Configuring and Maintaining the BI Server 6. Creating Reports Using Answers and Dashboards 7. Actionable Intelligence 8. KPIs and Scorecards 9. Creating Published Reports (BI Publisher) 10. Systems Management 11. High Availability, Clustering and Backup & Recovery 12. Managing Change, Versioning and Promotion Between Environments 13. Oracle Exalytics Business Intelligence Machine