Month: November 2020
BI Connector connects self-service data visualization tools such as Power BI and Tableau to: Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) all of which are usually referred to as Oracle BI. The BI Connector users must enter their Oracle BI Server credentials to successfully connect their preferred data […]
Many organizations using Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) complement its data visualization limitations with a self-service analytics tool such as Power BI. Connecting Power BI to OBIEE in an automated way is the best way to tackle OBIEE’s limitations with Power BI successfully, as manual data export/import via Excel is cumbersome. Challenges in connecting […]
Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is a traditional Business Intelligence (BI) platform used by enterprises for over a decade now. In recent years, many advanced data visualization tools such as Tableau made analytics possible with simple point-and-click and drag-and-drop actions. Hence, self-service analytics has become the new normal, but that’s absent in OBIEE. The […]
When connecting Power BI to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE), the users could encounter performance issues for certain queries. In this blog post, we’ll see how you can optimize the query performance when connecting Power BI to OBIEE (or Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) / Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) ) via BI Connector. Let’s dive […]
BI Connector v5.1 is Released, Now Connect Power BI, Tableau and Qlik to Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) as well!
Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is a great tool for organizations to manage their business data. However, the business users face many difficulties in visualizing OBIEE data and struggle to make timely decisions. With BI Connector in their Analytics arsenal, many organizations simplified OBIEE data visualization by integrating their OBIEE with modern data visualization […]