Oracle R Enterprise (ORE), a component of the Oracle Advanced Analytics Option, makes the open source R statistical programming language and environment ready for the enterprise and big data.
This series teaches you how to use Oracle R Enterprise, version 1.4.
Although you may view these tutorials in any order, this series is designed in a linear fashion, with each tutorial building upon the previous ones. Therefore, if you are new to the R language, or to Big Data, it is recommended that you view these tutorials in order.
Released: 2.7 years ago
Learn to manage Big Data and understand the fundamentals of data science in this series.
The videos in this series provide concise explanations of how to use Oracle products, open source tools, and data science to quickly find value in Big Data.
(No previous background in statistics is necessary.)
Type: Knowledge Path
Released: 3.1 years ago
This set of videos covers the Oracle MoviePlex - a big data end-to-end demonstration. It highlights many of the key components of the Oracle big data platform. There are 6 recorded videos - each under 10 minutes.
Duration: 60 mins
Released: 3.2 years ago
Watch these demonstrations to get started with the Oracle NoSQL Database.
Released: 3.9 years ago
In these self-paced tutorials, you learn about few of the new features in the latest release of Oracle NoSQL Database. In these short tutorials, you are provided with an overview of the features and also a few demos on how these features are implement in an application.
Released: 3.4 years ago
Watch this set of videos to learn about Oracle SQL Analytics!
Duration: 50 mins
Released: 2.8 years ago
The tutorials in this series teach you how to use Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph components, including Property Graph, Spatial Vector analysis, and Spatial Raster analysis.
Released: 2 months ago
The tutorials in this series teach you how to perform data mining with Oracle Database 12c, by using Oracle Data Miner 4.1. Oracle Data Miner 4.1 is included as an extension of Oracle SQL Developer, version 4.1.
Released: 1.1 years ago
Duration: 45 mins
Released: 3.7 years ago
In this self-study, you learn how to use the Oracle Data Integrator Application Adapter for Hadoop. Topics include an overview of big data and the ODI application adapter. You learn how to load from a file into hive, transform data on hive, and load hive data into Oracle.
Duration: 65 mins
Released: 4.5 years ago
In this demo, you are shown the role of the ODI Application Adapter in Big Data.
Duration: 5 mins
Released: 4.6 years ago
This session covers how to load data quickly into an Oracle database using clients implemented in languages such as Java, C++, Ruby, Python and PHP. It focuses on scenarios where data arrives continuously and must be made visible and queryable as soon as possible.
Duration: 35 mins
Released: 1.4 years ago
The new groundbreaking SQL pattern matching capabilities brings the simplicity and efficiency of the most common data analysis language to the process of identifying patterns within a data set. It provides a completely new native SQL syntax that has adopted the regular expression capabilities of Perl by implementing a core set of rules to define patterns in sequences (streams of rows). In this first session will explore some of the main concepts and key words of the new syntax. Subsequent sessions will explore typical use cases for SQL pattern matching and how to debug your pattern matching process.
Duration: 44 mins
This series features an OBE and a recorded webcast. Learn how to use SQL for Pattern Matching. Row pattern matching in native SQL improves application and development productivity and query efficiency for row-sequence analysis.
Released: 3.3 years ago
Watch how the Failover feature works in the Oracle NoSQL Database. The Failover feature is used to fix a loss of quorum situation which can occur due to zone failure or in case of planned maintenances.
Duration: 7 mins
Released: 3 months ago
Recognizing patterns in a sequence of rows has been a capability that was widely desired, but not possible with SQL until now. There were many workarounds, but these were difficult to write, hard to understand, and inefficient to execute. With Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1), you can use the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause to perform pattern matching in SQL to do the following:
Duration: 30 mins
Released: 2.4 years ago
Perform the steps required to configure and use Oracle NoSQL Database with Oracle SQL Developer.
Released: 1.5 years ago