Oracle Spatial and Graph
Spatial Features, Network Data Model Graph & RDF Semantic Graph - Presentations

 

2012 Oracle OpenWorld



Sessions


  • CON8323 - Oracle Spatial and Graph: Faster, Bigger, Better 2-D and 3-D Spatial Solutions—To highlight the industry-leading network and semantic graph capabilities in Oracle Spatial, Oracle has renamed this option of Oracle Database, Enterprise Edition: it is now called Oracle Spatial and Graph. In this session, learn about the latest generation of Oracle spatial technologies, how to get the best performance in clusters and Oracle Exadata, and what you need to know for cloud deployments. Hear what is new in Oracle’s spatial offerings and how to use these capabilities in applications. Get new information about query and analytic performance, support for network and connectivity-based applications in the database, high-performance raster operations, 3-D features, and location analysis for business applications. Daniel Geringer - Senior Software Development Manager, Oracle and James Steiner - Vice President, Product Management, Oracle (PDF 5.9MB)
  • CON8314 - Mash Up All Things Location with Android, iPad, HTML5 Web Maps, and Spatial—Whether you are mashing up Google Maps, Esri data, or other services, interactive maps and proximity search are essential features of current business applications. With the widespread availability of location information in real-time data feeds, GPS-enabled mobile devices, and online services, you will want to learn how to use the latest tablet, phone, Web mapping, and commercial mapping products and services with Oracle’s spatial technologies to bring location intelligence to your organization’s business workflows. This session covers the newest spatial features in Oracle Spatial and Graph as well as Oracle Fusion Middleware’s MapViewer feature and their use with other products such as Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle JDeveloper, and Oracle Event Processing. Jayant Sharma – Director, Product Management, Oracle and Liujian Qian – Director of Software Development, Oracle (PDF 6.5MB)
  • UGF10348 - Oracle Business Intelligence 11g Maps: Making Yourself Spatially Aware—Using maps with Oracle BI 11g is one of the most effective ways to add a wow factor to your dashboards and increase user adoption. Besides providing a full overview of the Oracle BI 11g mapping capability, this presentation demonstrates advanced features such as spatial aggregation and the invoking of spatial functions from within Oracle Business Intelligence Interactive Dashboards. It also answers several frequently asked questions about key areas such as licensing and the use of digital maps versus working with external map providers. Antony Heljula - Business Intelligence Architect, Peak Indicators Limited (PDF 3MB)
  • BOF9889 - Adding Maps and Location to Analytic Applications: Real-World Experiences—Mapping and location offer dense visualization, familiar context, and powerful associations to analytic applications. For many developers, adding such capabilities can be challenging. Learn from Oracle practitioners and users how location analytics in Oracle Fusion Middleware’s MapViewer feature and Oracle Database, Enterprise Edition’s Oracle Spatial and Graph option are incorporated into Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and used in Oracle’s analytic applications in utilities, health sciences, and project management. Attend this BOF session to share your experiences, pose questions to the experts, and meet others who are working on analytic application solutions. Members of the Oracle product teams will be available to answer your questions and go through examples. Jayant Sharma – Director, Product Management, Oracle and Philippe Lions - Director, Oracle (PDF 4.2MB)
  • CON8311 - Mining Big Data with RDF Graph Technology: Discovering What You Didn’t Know—Aggregating big data may involve challenges such as evolving schemas; inconsistent metadata; or limited knowledge about what’s in the data, including implicit relationships. This session shows how the newest features in Oracle Database’s Oracle Spatial and Graph option provide secure, scalable semantic graph technologies. This option includes a standards-based, SOA-ready Resource Description Framework (RDF) triple store supported by open source and commercial tools. Hear the advantages of semantic graph database technology and machine-driven discovery and how to integrate SQL and semantics, relate documents for text analytics with natural language processing and semantic indexing, and use triple-level label security. See practical examples in publishing and social network graph analytics. Zhe Wu - Consultant Member of Tech Staff, Oracle and Xavier Lopez - Director, Product Management, Oracle (PDF 4.4MB)
  • CON8839 - Oracle Exadata, Oracle Exalogic, Oracle Exalytics, and Big Data Solutions in the Public Sector—Oracle Exadata has become the fastest-growing product line in Oracle’s history, and Oracle Public Sector has seen its share of customer adoption. This session includes customers that have already implemented the Exa* stack to address their most challenging information management problems, such as unstructured data and advanced analytics. Learn what their decision-making criteria were, what design and implementation challenges they faced, and how Exa* systems have benchmarked in real-world applications. Daver Frye - IT Manager, PA Public Welfare, Atri Kalluri - Assistant Division Chief, US Census Bureau, Izzy Sobkowski - CIO, The City of New York City, Geoff Green - Managing Director, Phase One Consulting Group and Rob Lindsley - Senior Sales Consulting Manager, Oracle
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