Public BI Demo store with data sets:
new features of Oracle Fusion Applications Cloud
New Features of Oracle Analytics Cloud
The new features of the Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) are listed at the following site:
These include enhancements such as, public storage container for data visualizations, enhanced delivers functionality (similar to OBIEE), Oracle Identity Cloud Service integration, Migrate content from Oracle BI Enterprise Edition 11g/12c, Smart View.
How to check availability of Oracle Public Cloud Data Centers?
Check the following link: https://cloud.oracle.com/data-regions
Very insightful video on how to extend Oracle Fusion Application Cloud with Visual Builder Cloud Service and Oracle Process Cloud Service.
list of internal Tables for Oracle Fusion Applications(FA) HCM Cloud: https://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/globalcs_gs/OEDMH/TablesOverview.htm#TablesOverview
and for Fusion Financials Cloud: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/financials/r13-update17d/oedmf/toc.htm
The Oracle Enterprise Repository (for Fusion Applications Cloud) website is stand alone catalogue of technical information about Oracle’s Application products and contains detailed information about Fusion Application schema tables, web services, Analytics Reports and Migration/Import templates.
To access the website click here: https://fusionappsoer.oracle.com/oer/
Link to information about business questions and answers for Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI) Embedded Analytics Cloud, HCM Subject areas: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/otbi-hcm-2225528.html
And for OTBI-E subject areas. The advantage of this is, that it is indeed very similar to Oracle BI Applications (OBIA) and can easily be applied for the same:
Oracle recently announced that it will enhance the EU Cloud in Germany/Frankfurt with additional services for PaaS and IaaS. This additional services are expected to be available during the second half of the calendar year and are enhancing the current SaaS services which are already available within the EU Cloud in Germany.
This expansion of the Oracle Cloud EU Region in Germany will consist of three high bandwidth/ low latency sites providing the required levels of failure protection and availability. As part of the EU Cloud Region, this will also ensure a single data jurisdiction (together with other sites in the UK and Amsterdam).
The full press release can be found here.
Predicting the NFL 2017 Final using Oracle Analytics:
(Oracle Analytics predicted correctly)