Oracle has launched a new data warehouse architecture service with the goal of of helping utilities convert business intelligence into assets by using big data analytics.
The Oracle Utilities Data Model is built to function as a data warehouse platform for reporting, analytics and data mining across various domains, Oracle said Thursday.
Juan Rada, senior vice president of Oracle’s public sector, education, health sciences and utilities industries business unit, said the new offering works to help utilities comply with requirements for smart meters, grid devices, social media and data sources.
Oracle’s Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and Engineered Systems tools are part of the new service.
Oracle built the schema based on the Common Information Model standard for the electric power industry’s several use cases.
The company also designed the model to help perform data warehousing and analysis work by using online analytical processing cubes and mining designs along with more than 670 tables with 4,800 columns, 1,300 measures, business intelligence metadata, dashboards and reports.