The DaAnalytics Blog has moved.

The DaAnalytics Blog will re-launch on the DaAnalytics website – http://daanalytics.nl/blog. Over the last years I have been blogging about Oracle Analytics. It started as; Oracle BI By Bakboord. OBIBB being a reference to Oracle’s Analytics flagship at that time; OBIEE. After a few years I re-branded the blog to; DaAnalytics Blog. DaAnalytics (of course) as reference to Daan and Analytics.

Early 2018 I started the year with a “Happy New Year for a new challenge!“. The first and most important one, was me joining Pong. Within Pong I am responsible for the Data & Analytics Business Unit. I have written down a few of my motives in this article (Dutch). Apart from being busy at Pong, I still deliver consultancy services. That’s why I maintain a personal website. Part of this website is the DaAnalytics Blog. This means that the old blog on http://blog.daanalytics.nl and / or http://obibb.wordpress.nl will remain online but won’t be maintained anymore. As from now all new content will be posted here on the DaAnalytics website blog.

My plan right now is that the ‘new’ blog will contain all sorts of content related to:

I will cover topics like Front-end Analytics (with a focus on the Cloud) but will also look at topics related to Data Integration, Data Management and Data Warehouse automation and Data Modelling (Data Vault 2.0). All these things are not possible when there is a focus on things like Data Strategy and Data Government. All the buzzwords above are useless if we forget to keep the Business (context) in mind. We have to make sure that we begin, involve and end with the Business. The Business should be able to take action based on their (relevant) data. Check my DaAnalytics Standpoint blog, to find out more

Thanks for reading.

Cheers,

Daan Bakboord

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