At the moment, we hear a lot about how businesses need to become data-driven to remain competitive, how business need to understand their customer’s needs and quickly deliver value to those customers.
But how do you do that?
You take advantage of data-driven apps that allow users to create value or insights from data in real-time.
What are Data-Driven Apps?
Data-driven apps operate on a diverse set of data (spatial, documents, sensor, transactional, etc.) pulled from multiple different sources, often in real-time and create value from that data in very different ways to traditional applications. For example, they may use Machine Learning to make real-time recommendations to customers or detect fraudulent transactions. Or use Graph analytics to identify influencers in a community and target them with specific promotions or perhaps use spatial data to keep track of deliveries.
These apps are also frequently deployed on multiple platforms, including mobile devices as well as standard web browsers, which means they need a flexible, scalable and reliability deployment platform. Given the demands on these apps, they need to be continuously developed to adapt to new use cases or user needs, and all updates must happen online as they have to be available 24×7.
When building data-driven apps, developers need to leverage an ever-increasing set of data processing and machine learning algorithms to meet these requirements.
So how should you go about developing and deploying data-driven apps quickly, efficiently, and more importantly, in a maintainable way?
Data-Driven Techniques and Technology
In the video below, I explain how to take advantage of the built-in features and functionality of the Oracle Database to develop and deploy data-driven apps efficiently. I also share some easy to follow code examples to demonstrate how much simpler your application code can be if you use this approach!
Below the video, you will find links to hands-on labs and detailed blogs on all of the features and functionality used in the video.
Now that you have seen me do, why not try it yourself by taking advantage of these hands-on labs and blog posts that will provide you with a step by step guide: