Oracle Warehouse Builder [EOL] Overview

What is Oracle Warehouse Builder [EOL]?
Oracle Warehouse Builder is a single, comprehensive tool for all aspects of data integration. Warehouse Builder leverages Oracle Database to transform data into high-quality information. It provides data quality, data auditing, fully integrated relational and dimensional modeling, and full lifecycle management of data and metadata. Warehouse Builder enables you to create data warehouses, migrate data from legacy systems, consolidate data from disparate data sources, clean and transform data to provide quality information, and manage corporate metadata.

Oracle Warehouse Builder [EOL] is also known as Warehouse Builder, OWB.

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Oracle Warehouse Builder [EOL] Customers
Editores Nacionales Gršficos Editogran SA, ADMIRAL Casinos & Entertainment AG, Aseguradora del Sur CA, Sascar, Banca Transilvania, UL, RBS

Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Oracle Warehouse Builder [EOL] pricing:
  • "Besides Pentaho, Oracle Warehouse Builder is a really low budget solution for those who own any kind of Oracle database license. From this point of view, it is often an unnecessary waste of time to evaluate other (pricey) solutions. Mostly, Oracle Warehouse Builder was the preferred solution because it did not cost extra for licenses when owning an Oracle database."

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Sascha Vogel
Managing Director Product & Project at Synvoll GbR
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May 20, 2020
Can be enhanced with extra functionality, but no further support will be given for the solution

What is our primary use case?

Mainly, I have used Oracle Warehouse Builder in customer projects where the Oracle database environment is the main solution for data warehousing. It had been used mainly to collect and enhance data from other databases and pre-systems in order to establish data marts or similar data warehouse solutions for companies. The range of these pre-systems has varied from Microsoft-Office solutions to other databases (Db2, MS SQL Server, MySQL, etc.) and proprietary solutions (e.g., SAP).

Pros and Cons

  • "OpenAPI supported me integrating Oracle Warehouse Builder with DevOps solutions like versioning (CVS, Subversion, and Git), ticket systems (Bugzilla and Jira), and test automatization (HPQC) as well as with professional ALM solutions (HP ALM and IKAN ALM)."
  • "Unfortunately, a next release of Oracle Warehouse Builder will not happen but a wide range of customers still use the available features together with the current Oracle 11g or 12c database environments."

What other advice do I have?

If you have good experience with Tcl, PL/SQL, and Java, this could still be a valuable solution as long as Oracle technically supports the necessary database integration for the repository (up to 12c as far as I know). However, be aware that besides user groups and Google, you will not have any support for it in the future.
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