Every organization has data that spans beyond simple integration of one system to the next. Traditional approaches for processing event streams involved putting data in the database and analyzing it later. Many use cases can benefit from taking action immediately on incoming data before it is even in the database. Whether that is to summarize for real-time visibility or to look for trends, patterns or missing events (like a payment that should have happened and didn't or a customer who has submitted a duplicate order).
What if the people who understand the business can look at the real-time data? Now they can! With Oracle Stream Explorer business analysts can view the live data and enrich it with contextual information in the database. They can perform aggregations, correlations and look for patterns and missing events. You can see if sales in a particular city have deviated either positively or negatively by a certain threshold in real-time with just a few clicks.
For organizing the data into a more business-friendly charts, graphs and real-time dashboards which combine the new incoming data with recently received business events, you need Oracle Business Activity Monitoring 12c. This also allows users to very easily create sophisticated real-time and tactical dashboards without any prior software programming experience.
Come and learn how to do this yourself. In less than 1 hour you'll learn how to do event stream processing and visualize the results all using a browser-based interface. No prior development experience is required!
This could be the best 1-hour training session you've had all year. Attend Oracle OpenWorld hands-on lab session:
[HOL10414] Explore Real-Time Business Data: Oracle Stream Explorer and Oracle Business Activity Monitoring
On: Tuesday, Oct. 27th at 10:15 am
At: Hotel Nikko - Nikko Ballroom III (3rd Floor)
222 Mason St, San Francisco, CA