Author: Sherry Milad

Sherry brings 8 years of technology experience developing and implementing Business Intelligence solutions with Oracle technology, delivering analytical reports, dashboards, custom metadata models, and KPI metrics for international organizations. She has excellent communication and organization skills and coordinates the BI teams she leads to success in even the most complex of client engagements. Having worked for years internationally with data and analytics for multinational corporations, she brings deep industry domain experience and account management skills to the Datavail BI & Analytics team. Sherry is a key contributor as a course creator and course instructor.

Articles Written by Sherry Milad

This blog will guide you through a work-around on an error you may face during the OBIEE 12c RCU Installation on a Windows 2012 R2 environment.

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The new Oracle BI Cloud Service has a tool called "data mashup" that makes combining data as easy as drag-drop-done!

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Data Sync, an exciting new feature that comes with Oracle BICS, allows users to extract data from on-premises data sources and load them into BICS.

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This blog post takes you through the steps to take to avoid the error in Oracle BICS: The data model cannot be replaced

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This blog post discusses why Big Data training should be part of the big picture for your company and lists Datavail's current Oracle Analytics training courses.

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Don't be fooled by the term "self-service BI" — you still need some support and solid infrastructure to make it work.

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This blog post will help you get started with BICS and leverage the existing data models already created in OBIEE.

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How to enable new features with OBIEE 12c (12.2.1.2) in your SampleApp v607 virtual machine: Lightweight SSO and the .dva project import/export functionality.

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This Datavail How-to post covers how to make a Linux machine use the latest installed java version.

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If you've been wondering what happened to the Oracle BICS button, Sherry Milad has yours answers in this blog post.

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