partner webcast - oracle data integration solutions for partner business - 23 may 2013
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DESCRIPTIONAs there is such a fast growth of planned data integration projects, estimation of the available and free market share is more than 80% at the moment. Adoption of both, Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate, continues to grow rapidly within the Oracle DBMS and applications customer base. This gives significant services and license resale opportunity for Oracle partners. And finally, after placing significant engineering investments in these products we are preparing launch of new, consolidated and updated Oracle Data Integration specialization! Both through our webcasts and the EMEA-wide DIS Community @ oracle.com/partners/goto/dis-emea, we would like to prepare you for quick start. Participating in specialization beta testing you can be in the first group to reach this strategic Oracle specialization between all worldwide experts. Oracle has ready official recognition for such achievement! Read More https://blogs.oracle.com/imc/entry/partner_webcast_oracle_data_integration1
- 1. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.1CUSTOMER LOGOThis slide format serves to call attention to aquote from a prominent customer, executive, orthought leader in regards to a particular topic. Name Title, Company Nameblogs.oracle.com/IMC
- 2. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.2
- 3. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.3Why Oracle Data IntegrationSolutions?Milomir VojvodicSenior Business Development Manager
- 4. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.4Agenda Data Infrastructure Evolution AndOracle Response Oracle GoldenGate Oracle Data Integrator Enterprise Data Quality
- 5. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.5EMEA DIS Partner Communitywww.oracle.com/partners/goto/dis-emeaJoin Us!
- 6. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.6New DB/HW/OS/APPFully Active DBReporting Database and/or DR databaseData WarehouseOGGOGGOGG ADGOGGZero DowntimeMigrations & UpgradesActive/Active HighAvailabilityQuery Off-Loadingand Disaster RecoveryBI&DWSynchronization and LoadingMigrations & ConsolidationsODIODI4 Products Of Oracle Data Integration SolutionsEDQEDQOracle GoldenGateReal Time Replica Between AnyDatabasesOracle Data IntegratorETL PlatformActive Data GuardDisaster Recovery Of Oracle DB EEEnterprise Data QualityData Quality Platform
- 7. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.7# of integration scenariosPoint-to-point integrationarchitectures cannotkeep up with businessgrowthand represent weak linksin mission criticalintegration scenarios. 0501001502002503002 Apps 4 Apps 6 Apps 8 Apps 10 Apps 12 Apps 14 Apps 16 Apps 18 Apps 20AppsP2P Integration DI ToolingExponential Chaos
- 8. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.8 IBM DB2 UDB IBM DB2 z Series IBM DB2 i Series Enscribe SQL/MP SQL/MX MySQL Sybase ASE Informix JMS Teradata NetezzaSample list of Sources and Targets Oracle Database Oracle Exadata Oracle Big Data Appliance Enterprise Data Quality Oracle E-Business Suite JD Edwards Enterprise One Oracle Enterprise Service Bus Oracle Hyperion Oracle OLAP Oracle PeopleSoft Oracle Siebel CRM Oracle Communications BRM Hadoop Sybase IQ TimesTen, PostgreSQL Greenplum, HP Neoview SAS SalesForce SAP ERP & BW Generic SQL Hypersonic SQL Microsoft SQL Microsoft Access Oracle BI EE Oracle BI Apps Linux Sun Solaris Windows 2000,2003, XP HP NonStop HP-UX IBM AIX zLinux Oracle Data Integration Solutions
- 9. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.9Oracle (Source) Oracle (Target)ApplyASMRedo/Archive LogsCaptureLGWR126745 8TrailCapture DeliveryNative TCP/IP1 2 33ASMRedo/Archive LLOGMINER LGWR91045Source Server(CPU %)Through-put(ops/sec)Streams Latency(secs)GGS Latency(secs)~80% 8,000 6 2.7~45% 5,000 2.7 1.5~20% 2,500 2 1.3Features OWB basic ODI-EEOracle DB Targets Y YNon-Oracle Sources Oracle Gateways YSlowly Changing Dimensions (type 1) Y YOLAP Targets (Oracle + Essbase) Oracle OLAP only YBuilt-in Scheduler Oracle DBMS only YNon-Oracle DB Targets - YChanged Data Capture (including OGG integration) - YWeb Services (API & Src/Trgt) & XML Targets - YData Lineage / Impact Analysis - YDeclarative Design Environment - YSlowly Changing Dimensions (2 & 3) - YLoad Plans, Parallel Execution and Restartability - YJEE Deployment , Clustering and High Availability - YJava based SDK for full Programmatic Control - YUnified Management and Administration with OEM - YPre-built Integration with OBI-EE, Hyperion, SOA/AIA, etc. - YOWB missing thesefunctionalities. ODIhas them!Streams 8000 throughput in 6seconds. OGG 2.7 seconds!Streams 9 steps configuration.OGG 5 steps!Roadmap For Streams & OWB
- 10. Copyright 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.10Working with dimensional objectsAre you creating Slowly changing dimensions type 2 or 3? Y/NAre you storing data in OLAP cube-organized materialized views? Y/NAre you defining orphan management policies? Y/NIntegrating with other productsAre you deploying metadata directly to Oracle Discoverer End User Layer? Y/NAre you deriving and deploying metadata to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition? Y/NAdministering Warehouse Builder and its metadata repositoryAre you managing environments, including promoting from development to test to production, using the multiple configurations functionality? Y/NAre you interactively analyzing metadata lineage and impact and automatically propagating metadata change using the Metadata Dependency Manager? Y/NAre you extending the metadata repository using the following: user-defined objects, user-defined associations, user-defined modules, creating icon sets and custom icons Y/NAre you hosting the OWB design repository in an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) environment (executing in an Oracle RAC does not require this license)? Y/NAccessing sources and targetsDo you use native support for heterogeneous databases, including the definition of new platform types, JDBC connectivity, knowledge modules, and code templates? Y/NDo you use Change Data Capture mappings in ETL? Y/NAre you Publishing and consuming web services, including integrating with process orchestration technologies such as Oracle BPEL Process Manager? Y/NAre you Importing Cobol copybooks using the built-in wizard? Y/NAre you Targeting XML files? Y/NDesigning and executing ETL jobsAre you utilizing right-time data warehousing queues and real-time mappings? Y/NAre you reusing and embedding mapping code with pluggable mappings? Y/NAre you specifying the load order of multiple targets in a single mapping? Y/NAre you partitioning and parallelizing updates to tables by utilizing the data chunking feature? Y/NAre you scheduling ETL jobs using the built-in Schedule interface?
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