Q&A Session
01:02 - Can a customer use an existing ODI deployment with Oracle BI Apps 11g?
02:10 - What is the upgrade path from Oracle BI Apps 7.9.X to 11.1.1.7.1?
03:23 - Is there a virtual image available for download?
03:45 - 11.1.1.7.1 does not support Non-Oracle sources?
04:55 - Can you use JD Edwards on SQL Server with the current version?
05:42 - Can you use Student Information Analytics with 7.9.6?
06:48 - Is there a roadmap for Informatica?
08:12 - Are ODI and GoldenGate mutually exclusive options?
09:42 - How did Oracle determine the metrics to be included in Student information Analytics?
10:52 - How does Oracle BI Apps 11.1.1.7.1 work with Exalytics?
12:05 - Is there a separate cost for Oracle Data Integrator or GoldenGate?
13:33 - Why has Oracle decided to move from Informatica to ODI?
15:08 - Has DAC been replaced?

kpipartners.com/watch-unpacking-the-new-oracle-bi-apps-now-with-odi ... The new release of the Oracle BI Applications (11.1.1.7.1) now leverages Oracle Data Integrator (ODI). This huge development means that ODI can alternatively be utilized as the primary data integration tool over Informatica. ODI and its Extract-Load-Transform functionality could provide customers a setup that delivers increased performance and reduced data integration costs.

Watch this on-demand recording to see an overview of the latest Oracle Business Intelligence Applications architecture as well as a detailed look into each of the components of the new BI Apps. Vikas Agrawal (KPI) and Hari Cherukupally (Oracle) explore:

ODI for BI Apps architecture
Components of the BI Applications
Integration with operational systems: Is this supported ERP/CRM sources or application integration?
Fusion Middleware components: How is this different from OBIA components?
Enabling insight & alignment across business functions with OBIA

Guests:
Vikas Agrawal, VP Applications, KPI Partners
Hari Cherukupally, Principal Product Strategy Manager, Oracle

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