Vlamis Cloud Analytics Bundle

If you are looking to get started with The Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse and Oracle Analytics Cloud, we have a new offering called the Vlamis Cloud Analytics Bundle that may be a perfect fit for you. The “Vlamis CAB” contains everything you would need to get up and running in the Oracle Cloud and well on your way to an implementation of OAC running against your data in an ADW.

The Vlamis CAB includes:
• Set up OAC
• Set up ADW
• Upload up to 5 data sources/tables
• Joins and modeling
• Up to 5 canvases/projects/20 visualizations
• Presentation
• Knowledge transfer
• Documentation & resources
• Mentoring
• 1/2 day training (mentoring)
• If Possible:
• Live connections
• Additional user set up
• Security integration

There are many additional options and add-ons to further customize your system. If you are interested in learning more about this bundle email sales@vlamis.com and we will be happy to set up a time to talk!

New Features in OAC 105.3.0

The latest version of Oracle Analytics has been released and we will be hosting a webinar to cover the newest features included. Join us on July 10th at 12:00pm Central for a webinar including a live demo. During this presentation we will cover as many new features as time allows for. Please share this registration information with others on your team or anyone you know who may be interested in the newest features in OAC. Registration is now open! We will be repeating this content as part of the new Analytics and Data TechCast series, hosted by the BIWA User Community at 11am Central time on July 11.

Oracle Analytics Cloud version 105.3.0 has several new features of special interest to the OAC community. A few of the major themes for this release include: a) administration of OAC instances including start/stop, b) data access including RDC improvements, c) data visualization improvements including natural language narrative, and d) BI Publisher improvements.

Join Dan Vlamis, Oracle ACE Director, and President of Vlamis Software Solutions, as he walks through the new features. Just like our previous presentations (see www.vlamis.com/obiwebinars for a list), this webinar will include a fast-paced presentation with a live demo of OAC including as many of the new features as time allows.

Click here to see a list of features in the latest release.

See you at Kscope 19

Tim is speaking at this year's conference in Seattle! This year Vlamis will be involved in the following sessions:

Sensing, Seeing, and Showing: Visualizing Data in Oracle Analytics Cloud
Tuesday June 25, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm

Modern Machine Learning with Oracle Analytics Cloud and Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud
Wednesday June 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am

If you are attending Kscope this year let us know in the comments! We hope to see you there!

Join us at Collaborate 2019!

Dan Vlamis and Tim Vlamis will be attending and presenting at Collaborate 2019 in San Antonio TX! This year Collaborate takes place from April 7-11 at the Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center. For more information visit https://app.attendcollaborate.com/!

This year we are involved in the following presentations:

Let us know if you are also attending Collaborate this year. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Visualization - Santa Style

I have worked for years on data visualization with organizations making sure that key metrics stood out for executives and decision makers.  This is something I thought I perfected through education and training.

In reality, I learned the importance of visualization from a blue-collar worker over 50 years ago.  Every Christmas Eve Santa would wrap all our presents and put them neatly under the tree.  As I grew up, Daddy took over this role and he would wrap presents, in the evenings, and put them under the tree.  The next morning, I would wake up to beautifully wrapped presents.

Fast forward to 2018, I find myself wrapping and strategically placing the presents under the tree so that the key people in my family’s eyes are drawn to their presents.  My husband asked how many times I was going to rearrange the presents, because each time I added a present it required me to rearrange them all.

I put key visualizations on the most important presents and placed them in the front of all the others.  Now what key visualizations can you use to attract attention?

  • For babies, put shiny bells on the presents

  • 3 – 8 years put a toy on the present (Barbies were my choice this year)

  • 8 – 12 years old, wrap in glitter (glitter fights are so fun)

So now how do I decide which presents should stay out above all others? For my house it is easy:  Any presents that are signed -  Love Grams and Grandpa.

Happy Holidays to all!

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