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OBIEE 11g Integration with Fuzzy Logix DB Lytix On Teradata

Oracle BI Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 11g Configuration and Integration with Fuzzy Logix DB Lytix™ On Teradata

This article describes how to integrate Oracle BI Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 11g with Fuzzy Logix DB Lytix™ 1.x on Teradata to enable transparent OBIEE end user access to the advanced analytic functions from Fuzzy Logix.  Fuzzy Logix’s DB Lytix™ 1.x includes libraries of in-database models that run deep inside Teradata Systems.  Use of these models allows execution of analytics within the database, leveraging the performance, parallelism and scalability of Teradata system while dramatically improving the performance of analytic results and simplifying the integration of analytics into existing reporting and analytic applications.

Doing the join-index shuffle with Unity Director/Loader

Life often requires comprises. In a data warehouse, there's often a trade-off between providing quick response times to reporting users running complex reports, and loading tables with new up-to-date data. Adding join-indexes to a table can speed up reports, and solve redistribution problems, but do come at a cost to table updates.

Exploring Teradata 13's PERIOD Functions

The PERIOD data type was introduced in Teradata 13.0. This follow-on article builds on the first article (Exploring Teradata 13's PERIOD Data Type) and will again make heavy use of examples, but this time we will dig into the functions that are part of this new feature set.

If you have not read the first article, consider doing that now and then returning here. The examples here will use the tables introduced in the first article and add a few more.

Teradata River: Invite your business colleagues

Invite a business colleague to Teradata’s largest business community of customers, experts, and academics – The Teradata River. Members are typically business management and executives who would like to engage with like-minded peers in Industry and subject-matter discussions such as:

Implementing basic Processing Engine extensions in TRM 6

Processing Engine Extension represents mapping of customized processing engine tasks, properties, and dependencies whose purpose is to change or extend the processing flow of base processing engine capabilities defined in the base definition files. The purpose of this functionality is to allow for flexibility while maintaining the core product, or at least the processing engine configurations, unchanged.