Posted on Nov 23, 2020 by ESG Consulting
Our client is seeking an Oracle Business Intelligence Architect with solid experience and knowledge in implementing OBIEE/OAS within the enterprise.
Skills and Experience Required for the OBIEE Architect:
- OBIEE Architecture and strong knowledge of best practices in BI architectural design OBIEE 12c/OAS installation, configuration, upgrade, migration, troubleshooting and Patching under Linux environment
- Hands on experience of OBIEE Administration (Managed server, Admin Server, WebLogic Configuration, Administration) and Performance tuning.
- Expertise in configuring LDAP, SSL Firewall and SSO (Single Sign-on using Kerberos)
- Experience in implementing Security Model for Dashboard, Role, Object and Row level.
- Expertise in configuring Interactive Dashboards with drill-drown capabilities using global and local filters
- Expertise in Security setup and Administration in RPD and Catalog Expertise in RPD Development (using dimensional/OLTP data sources) & Administration
- Expertise in the development of complex BI Publisher Analysis, Data Visualization and Dashboards.
- Expertise in setting up Agents OBIEE Subject Area access using Smart View.
- Good understanding of using Repository, Presentation, Session variable and Initialization Block.
- Expertise in writing complex SQL, PL/SQL
- Low stress work environment
- Promote from within
- Flexible start times
- Health, Dental, Vision, 401K
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