Tag: analytics

We’re excited to welcome George back for a special session focusing on digital transformation done right:

Without a doubt, companies are eager to join the digital revolution happening across markets and geographies. Many of these efforts labeled digital transformation lose sight of the goal: to create economic value for the owners of the enterprise by making the firm better, faster, cheaper, more consistent, safer, and poised for continued growth. To do this we have to work backward from clear business directives rather than forward from some technological base, no matter how sophisticated that technology may be. President of Business Laboratory, George has seen decades of digital transformation efforts that run the gamut from successful to spectacular failures. In this webinar, we will examine those ingredients of success and put them together into a comprehensive set of guidelines that practitioners can take with them to use after the webinar has concluded.

A recent PeopleSoft Spotlight Series video walked through Kibana basics such as the install, set up, and creation of Kibana.

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PeopleSoft has long offered numerous and powerful reporting and analytic capabilities. Now we're raising the bar by enabling Kibana visualizations in PeopleSoft. Kibana is an open source analytic application that uses Elasticsearch indexes to render rich visualizations. Since Kibana uses index data, performance is superior, and there is no impact on transactional performance. Learn how Kibana is embedded right in the PeopleSoft user interface, and how you can create your own visualizations. Another new feature is Personalized Analytic Notifications, which capture business rules and enhance the way users interact with PeopleSoft.

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This presentation will give more functional users tips and tricks that I've learned over 20 years of using PeopleSoft.   When we went to PeopleSoft there was so much more data available to us but no one to extract that information and analyze it.

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Ever feel that you're so snowed under with PeopleSoft transactions that you can't see the forest for the trees? PeopleSoft has some powerful tools available that can give you the big picture, letting you focus your attention where it is most needed. When those tools let you drill down from insight-heavy graphics to taking action on specific transactions, you have the power to master your workload. BYU has been investing in these visual tools, and we'll demonstrate them in this session.

BYU partnered with Gideon Taylor to create a pivot grid-based tool that helps users see what's happening across thousands of eForm transactions. Related Actions let users drill into the transactions themselves, send emails to participants, and leverage administrative tools, all conditioned on user security.

Gideon Taylor will also review other visualization tools available in PeopleSoft, including Simplified Analytics, Fluid Dashboards, Oracle JET, and Kibana.

Come see what you've been missing!

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A funny thing happened on the way to modern, data-driven analytics: we ditched the GUI for ETL development. There are drawbacks to moving data using code instead of clicks, especially for organizations heavily invested in visual tools. But writing code has an upside as well.

In this presentation, we’ll explore the data engineering discipline, and how it compares to conventional ETL. We’ll look at classic batch as well as modern streaming use cases, and consider DataOps requirements around testing and delivery where code really shines. And we’ll do it all inside of an interactive notebook.

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Oracle Machine Learning “moves the algorithms to the data”, processing data where it resides—in the Oracle Database (On-premises, Cloud, and Autonomous).   This next-generation, hybrid, combined Data Management, and Machine Learning platform enables companies to harvest more insights from their data, eliminates data movement, delivers scalability, preserves security, and accelerates model deployment. Oracle Machine Learning’s 30+ in-database algorithms can address many business problems e.g. predicting behavior, finding anomalies and detecting potential fraud, recommending “next best offers”, sentiment analysis, anticipating churn and discovering key attributes.   OML supports the key roles—data scientists, business and data analysts, database and application developers, and executives with ML algorithms, SQL, R and Python APIs, AutoML, notebooks, UIs, and tight integration with open-source R and Python.  Come hear the latest developments, how to get started and what’s coming next.

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Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data now supports multiple different targets and platforms and delivers outstanding performance. It serves as a bridge between two different worlds of data-driven technologies. We can connect our traditional relation data stores with new modern non-relational and streaming data platforms. The presentation will go through different Oracle GoldenGate Big Data adapters their properties, options, and discuss different use cases.

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Use the latest technology on robotics, machine learning & Oracle chatbots to create the future with AI.  We will explore how to leverage and integrate robotics & machine learning into your companies tech plan.  We'll show the state of robotics and how you can test and use this technology to create the future.

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Complex performance situations are not always quickly diagnosable using an AWR time-based analysis or an ASH sample-based analysis. And certainly, the diagnosis will not be completed the second new data becomes available or before a support ticket has been received!

A solution is to use a supervised learning classification machine learning model. We can train the model to recognize and "understand" a virtually unlimited number of Oracle performance and business-related data.

Once trained, we will present the model with just-available data asking, for example, if a support ticket will likely be submitted. Or perhaps, if the performance will likely be green, yellow, or red.

Join me as I build a "Poor Performance" indicator using 100% free industry-standard tools, such as Python and the "Always Free" Oracle Autonomous Database with Oracle ML SQL Notebooks. All presentation slides, scripts, and a recording of the demonstration are available!