ODTUG Webinar by Qualogy on modeling. What should I do?

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On Tuesday June 6th 2017 I will present a webinar live hosted (and recorded) by the friendly folks at ODTUG (Oracle Developer Tools User Group). This session explores the possibilities with Modeling and or Blending data with Oracle products.

Do you want to visit the webinar? Put it in your agenda and register here.

ODTUG Webinar by Qualogy: when and where

  • Tuesday, June 6, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
  • Dinsdag 6 juni, 2017, 18:00 - 19:00 uur CEST
  • Subject: Data Modeling, BI Modeling and/or Data Blending. What Should I Do?

More info about the webinar

Oracle now provides many options to create relationships and other structure within data and between data sets. But when having all the options it is important to understand the differences between all these types of modeling and choose the right tool to do your modeling.

This session will explain the different types of modeling and modeling tools, compare (dis-) advantages and guide you to choose the right modeling tool for the right modeling job. We will also share how we leveraged all types of modeling and blending to create maximum value for our customers.

We will finally present a collaborative BI workflow that puts a lot of Oracle modeling tools in one overview. Tools we will be mentioning are Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler, Oracle BI Cloud Data Modeler, BI Admin Tool and Data Preparation, and the Blending features of modern Oracle Data Visualization.

More webinars?

If you are interested in other ODTUG webinars, please check the website of ODTUG.
Topics could be ADF, APEX, BI, Database, EPM, or others.

Hasso Schaap
About the author Hasso Schaap

I help Qualogy's clients achieve the next level of maturity in Business Analytics with Oracle. My focus lies within architecture, design, development and integration with source - and targetsystems. I'm an Oracle Certified Specialist in several Business Analytics related categories. I dive into the processes and business issues of our customers, I look for ideal solutions which are often based on multiple Oracle products combined into 1 solution.

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