Tag: analytics

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

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.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

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.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

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!

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

According to research, organizations in the top tier of data literacy had a greater enterprise value of 3 to 5 percent. What is data literacy? It's the ability to read, work with, analyze and argue the data. Learn how to grow yourself and your organization by increasing data literacy. We'll talk about four different data personalities and an action plan for each personality to increase their data potential.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Database In-Memory is targeted at speeding up analytic queries by orders of magnitude over traditional row-based queries. Join Oracle Product Management in a journey that will take you through the architecture and features of Database In-Memory. Learn how to get started with Database In-Memory, how to identify which objects to populate in memory, how to identify which indexes to drop, and details on how to integrate it with other performance-enhancing features of Oracle Database. This session will also show you how Database In-Memory speeds up your analytic workload and will provide tips on how to configure Oracle Database to get the biggest performance benefits. This session will not cover what Database In-Memory is, but will instead tell you how it works and what to do to implement it.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Powerful Machine Learning (ML) is now available to Oracle DBAs. Over the past few years, a number of changes have occurred making this possible. As Oracle DBAs, it is now our turn to leverage ML, enabling us to do things never before possible.

But there is a lot to learn. Everything from methodology to math to tools. And then the nagging question of, are there real machine learning use cases for the Oracle DBA?

In this presentation, I'm going to introduce you to the world of ML from a DBA perspective! This includes understanding what ML is, why use it, and why now. The ah-ha moment will occur when you realize many of our monitoring, alerting, diagnosis, and analysis skills are significantly enhanced with ML.

I will demonstrate a simple yet complete ML project using 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!

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Robots may be the first to truly learn Machine Learning (ML) and expand into Artificial Intelligence (AI). Python is one of the keys to Machine Learning as we program the invention of Man's Mind to further replace man's most basic tasks. This session will focus on ML 101 and building the future ahead.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

With the explosion of data points coming from ERP transaction systems, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and the digital revolution, it’s never been more important to quickly uncover and communicate insights within your data to the business. Attend this session to learn how to choose, design, and deliver the best visualizations to effectively communicate the significance of your key metrics and trends.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

We are creatures of habit. We tend to stay the course concerning what we create and how we create it. But is this tendency causing us to settle for just good enough? From OBIEE to Data Visualization Desktop to Oracle Analytics Cloud… this is not your parent’s OBIEE. Maybe it’s time for a reboot?

In this presentation, we’ll explore the new face of Oracle Analytics, both literally by looking at Oracle Data Visualization, and figuratively with how advances in the platform can affect our approach and methodology. If you are new to Oracle Analytics, I’ll convince you that this product is capable of enabling a data-driven culture. If you’ve been around the block a few times with OBIEE, then I’ll make you question how you’ve delivered analytics in the past.

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are a lot like preserving the Earth's environment: Almost everyone is talking about what should be done to save it, but very few people have committed to actually doing something about it.

This session demonstrates a few real-life opportunities to discover unseen patterns and relationships within sample financial and election data by leveraging the AI and ML capabilities already built into Oracle Autonomous Database.