In this blog, I am going to show you how quickly you can use data in an existing Excel spreadsheet with multiple tabs and use it to auto-generate API-based microservices using Oracle Visual Builder. Then, we are going to consume our own generated APIs via a rich set of HTML5 components.
For demonstration purposes, I am going to upload an Excel spreadsheet that contains 3 tabs (Order, Buyers and Products). This is a simple way to play with master/detail records. Feel free to use the same spreadsheet as an initial demo vehicle to auto-generate REST APIs and build Web Applications.
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Data Warehouses have been around for a long time and they bring multiple benefits, but these also come at a cost. Some of the associated challenges that are easily identified when talking about traditional Data Warehouses include:
- Complexity and Expensive
- Inability to manage data and user growth
- Hard to deploy and maintain
Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse aims at easing these challenges with the ability to:
- Provision a data warehouse in as little as 15 seconds.
- Full automation of management of the Data Warehouse
- Instant scaling with zero-downtime
- Automated Tuning
- Migration tools, e.g. Redshift
In this blog, let’s show can easily we can provision a new Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, load data into it and run some data visualization on top.
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