Planning Analytics Local uses hierarchies for deeper analysis of TM1 data. Essentially it turns attributes into virtual dimensions, saving RAM, increasing query performance and adding flexibility. Which in turn enables users to have smaller, faster cubes, to introduce hierarchies to queries as needed, and to do dimension versioning.
Blog | Sep 21, 2017
Blog | Mar 22, 2017
Vignesh Kumar shares new OBIEE Tips in his new blog. These tips come from first hand experiences and trouble shooting various customer queries and FAQs. Middleware administrators can leverage these two new tips in their routine work for better efficiency.
Blog | Dec 23, 2016
Blog | Dec 9, 2016
Blog | Dec 5, 2016
The procedures reviewed in this blog, can be easily used by both OBIEE administrators and users for starting and stopping servers in Unix/Linux Environments. The step by step approach will help OBIEE users to understand the main differences in process we have performed in previous versions of 11G and latest version of 12C.
Blog | Aug 2, 2016
Through this blog we will learn two tips around OBIEE. In the first one, we will learn to increase the row limit in OBIEE 12c. In the second one, we will learn to overcome a Stuck thread issue in OBIEE.
Blog | Dec 17, 2015
Tableau Software delivers fast analytics, visualization, rapid-fire business intelligence and is growing at a rapid pace. The Tableau Conference is no exception. There were over 10,000 attendees this year at Tableau Conference, (TC-2015 or #Data15) and that was up 5000 attendees from last year.
It’s a big event with:
- On Demand Sessions
- Hands On Training
- Tableau Doctor
- Expo Hall
I would like to share some of the many new features that Tableau introduced during TC-15. Some of the features are available with Tableau 9.2 which is in beta and some of the features will be available in 2016.
Blog | Oct 27, 2015
If you sell business analytics services, chances are you target the CIOs of end customers. But did you know you will also need to sell to customer CFOs, too? It’s true.
Blog | Oct 6, 2015
A Business Intelligence Platform is expected to evolve through user adoption as BI consumers incorporate Business Intelligence into their daily roles. Ultimately, Business Intelligence has to drive effective business activity, gain business insight or achieve competitive advantage. A true catalyst to user adoption is actionable and quantifiable BI which demonstrates Return on Investment or Cost Savings. Achieving this kind of outcome is something I deeply believe in and have seen countless times in my 25+ year career as a practitioner.
By Kevin O'Rourke, Business Intelligence Solutions.
Blog | Aug 11, 2015
OK, so you’ve invested, or at least thinking about investing in a powerful BI Platform with many features and functionality, many supported usage scenarios. “If you build it, they will come” applies here, Tableau Dashboards and Views are easy to create and actually fun to use, user adoption is almost guaranteed. User adoption will increase demand for more Views and Dashboards, more data requirements, more measures, more systems. Realization sets in for the Business Intelligence Team, as a few well received BI Applications evolves to a cross-functional then holistic view of the organization. The realities of the need for BI Standardization hits hard.