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Difference between OBIEE and OAS


Difference between OBIEE and OAS

Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) is the most recent Oracle product to replace Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE). Customers that are already using OBIEE can upgrade to OAS at no additional cost. Upgrade to OAS from OBIEE 11g or 12c provides the following primary benefits:

  • Improved Data Visualization and Data Preparation functionalities help business users.
  • End-users can now access augmented analytics with machine learning capabilities.
  • The analytics platform is still Oracle-supported, so you get the most up-to-date capabilities and are protected against modifications to linked Oracle and third-party applications.
  • With OAS, it is more feasible to implement both OAS and OAC in a hybrid fashion.

Except for a few specialised capabilities, the majority of OBIEE functions remain available following the upgrade to OAS. All of these features, whether data visualisation projects, traditional BI dashboards, or pixel-perfect report bursting in BI Publisher, may be upgraded to OAS.

OAS topology is similar to OBIEE in that OAS components are housed on a WebLogic domain. This comprises both an admin and a managed server. In addition, the system schemas (RCU) are stored in a database.

Except for the following, which are deprecated with OAS, OAS effectively covers all of the functionalities that existed in OBIEE The following Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) features are also deprecated:

  • Mobile App Designer
  • Scorecards
  • Marketing Segmentation
  • Google+
  • Pinterest

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