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BI in Oracle’s Fusion Applications : An Quick Overview

This is one of the key as mention in all previous post(1 [1],2 [2],3 [3]) which features of Fusion Apps, wherein the apps is leveraging BI for all reporting.As mention the key of BI in Fusion apps benefits are:

Fusion Reporting and Analytics

Fusion application Business Intelligence comprises of the following components.

Fusion BI Architecture

This is three-layer architecture. Various component in Fusion BI Architecture as per below:

1.BI View Objects

  • These are single source of truth for BI
  • Represent facts and dimensions
  • Apps data security been implement at this level.

2.BI Common Semantic Model

Supports highly aggregated trending and real-time transaction listings from a single query model

  • Single RPD with one Business Model
  • Single Business Column and Entity shared across OTBI and Oracle Business Intelligence Application (OBIA)
  • Common Conformed Dimensions ensure cross fact , cross subject areas and federated OTBI/OBIA reporting

3.Oracle BI Applications (OBIA)

As mention is used for unlimited historical analysis - trending and cross-domain insight Pre-packaged DW, ETL, metrics, and interactive dashboards .

4.Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI)

  • Real time window into the transactional System where business users can create their own reports using prepackaged functional metadata
  • Co located & semantically integrated with the Data Warehousing metadata
  • Reads security, flex fields and trees from Fusion Applications
  • Reports / charts from OTBI can be embedded into Fusion Applications

OTBI and OBAI Vis -a-Vis

These two can be understood differently, here are the compare for these two.

Hope this post helps you to understand the BI in term of fusion.

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