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Access your Oracle Service Cloud data in GoodData with the help of Progress DataDirect Cloud in this short tutorial.
Our team recently held a tutorial rumble where we brainstormed some of the best ways we could help our customers with the most difficult problems they face. This tutorial comes from the help of Sai Krishna Bobba.
Are you looking for a way to access and integrate Oracle Service Cloud data in to GoodData for analytics? Then you are at the right place. Although GoodData has native support for applications like Facebook, Google Analytics and Salesforce, which are pretty good, users are always looking for a way to integrate data from different sources.
This tutorial tackles one such scenario, where one can access and use Oracle Service Cloud data in GoodData. With the help of Progress DataDirect Cloud and using its ODBC driver, you can now access your Oracle Service cloud data in GoodData. Take a look at the step by step tutorial below to get started.
Tip: You can use the GD Dataset writer to upload the data to your GoodData Project on the cloud, but you'd have to build a model using CloudConnect LDM Modeler before doing that.
We hope this tutorial helped you to access Oracle Service Cloud data and use it with GoodData Analytics. This demonstration is not just limited to Oracle Service Cloud, in fact you can use similar process with any of the DataDirect ODBC/JDBC drivers or DataDirect Cloud ODBC/JDBC drivers to connect and integrate GoodData to over 50+ data sources including SaaS, Relational and Big data sources.
Please share you questions or comments in the comments below.
Nishanth Kadiyala is a Technical Marketing Manager at Progress. He has worked as a Software IT professional for 3 years during which he actively pursued several technologies including database designing, SQL querying and Cloud Computing. He is currently pursuing his MBA at UNC Chapel Hill and concentrating in Marketing. At UNC, he became proficient with data analytic tools such as MEXL and R. He is interested in the SaaS, Cloud and data integration technologies that are revolutionizing the world we live in.
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