Data Warehousing and many areas of analytics and performance management within the Oracle stack can take advantage of source control management, continuous integration, and DevOps processes. Though these historically database object artifact silos often find some means for cooperative development, migration, and release cycles, they do not necessarily meet standards proven and approved for standardized software development life cycles or agile deployments. Your Data Warehouse lifecycle management may not follow best practices or even align with the corporate standard for application development elsewhere within the organization. This session takes into account Data Warehousing design, development, and lifecycle management and provides a beginner’s introduction on how and where source control, continuous integration, and DevOps, can be used in an organization to better organize and develop within an Oracle Data Warehouse paradigm.
Christian Screen, Oracle Analytics Practice Manager
Christian is an innovator in analytics and data warehousing design, best practices, and delivery. With more than fifteenyears of decision support and data warehousing with key experiences at Office Depot HQ, Sierra-Cedar, and Capgemini, he oversees the Oracle Analytics Practice which includes the technical development and delivery of Oracle BI collaboration software, data warehouse solutions, Oracle BI/EPM projects, and packaged analytics solutions at Datavail.
Christian’s professional accomplishments include co-founding BI consulting company Art of BI, co-authoring the first book on Oracle Business Intelligence 11g, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g: A Hands-On Tutorial, and successfully delivering numerous complex implementations of Oracle BI, Oracle BI Analytics Applications (OBIA), Hyperion Planning, and Hyperion Essbase to clients across the world. He is an Oracle ACE, an international speaker, writer, and contributor on analytics centric topics at conference such as Oracle Open World, Collaborate, KScope, and Oracle User Groups where he shares his perspectives and thoughts on industry trends, strategies, and best practices.
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MST