Oracle and Sesame Software hosted a meetup this week, February 26th with the San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley NetSuite User Group to demonstrate a new NetSuite Analytics offering that gives users more flexibility in building reports and dashboards.
A demonstration was provided to showcase how Relational Junction quickly and efficiently moves data (shifts workloads to the cloud) from NetSuite to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW), and how easy it is to access that data with Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) for advanced reporting and analytics.
Here is a quick recap of the key points we covered:
- Relational Junction provides an instant data warehouse that allows you to quickly and efficiently pipeline your data from NetSuite to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW)
- You can easily access that data with Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) for advanced reporting and analytics
- Enable interactive access with a personalized view of your data, and gain more flexibility in building reports and dashboards
How Relational Junction Extends NetSuite
Sesame Software’s Relational Junction’s Data Warehouse Builder provides an instant data warehouse for NetSuite, enabling scalable data integration that improves reliability and performance of reporting and analytics. Create a local data warehouse that is a mirror of your NetSuite data with fault-tolerant architecture that helps you get your NetSuite data consistently to both your data warehouse and preferred BI tool with zero data loss.
Connect to ADW Now Using Relational Junction
Relational Junction has been vetted by OAC and ADW teams. Relational Junction is ADW certified and you can learn more on how to create a connection to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse using Relational Junction here.
Watch the Oracle sponsored demo video that shows how simple it is to move data from NetSuite, to ADW using Relational Junction, and how you can instantly access OAC for advanced analytics.
If you’d like to be included in a future NetSuite User Group Meetup and would like to learn more about how you can get most out of your data, contact us here.
Read more about the above use case in our blog.