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Your Three Must-Know EPM and Analytics Themes from OpenWorld 2017

October 18, 2017

Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects The enterprise performance management (EPM) and enterprise analytics (business analytics, BI, data visualization) arenas may have seemed like an afterthought at Oracle OpenWorld this year, since the conference focus areas seemed to be autonomous (self-learning) databases , blockchain and cloud infrastructure!  Never fear!  I’ve distilled the top three themes from these areas to bring you up to speed in this arena as quickly as possible. Everyday Low…   Read More


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Patching Essbase in OAC to 17.3.3-926 with Oracle 11g RDBMS

October 18, 2017

Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects I recently applied the 17.3.3-926 patch to Oracle Essbase Cloud Service (ESSCS) in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC ). If you have not patched OAC yet, the good news is that this process is as close to “one-click” as it can get, with the capability to perform a “pre-check” of the instance (and while we have yet to see this fail,…   Read More


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How to Create a Data Source in Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service (EPRCS)

September 27, 2017

Author: Mike McClean, Performance Architects Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud Service (EPRCS) provides a solution whereby organizations can combine narrative along with management financial reporting in order to explain results.  It allows various contributors to collaborate across multiple sources and locations. One of the features in EPRCS is the ability to pull in data from other Oracle -supported cloud solutions.  This is accomplished…   Read More


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A Taxonomy of Oracle EPM (Hyperion) On-Premise and Cloud Products

August 22, 2017

Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects For many years, Oracle has been the leader in the enterprise performance management (EPM) (also called corporate performance management or CPM if you follow Gartner ) arena with a suite of products called “Oracle EPM.”  These products started on-premise, and Oracle has very quickly migrated this functionality to the cloud since…   Read More


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Fun with Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC): Creating Essbase Cubes

August 16, 2017

Author: Andrew Tauro, Performance Architects Just like there are multiple ways to skin a cat, there’s more than one way to create an Essbase cube in Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) . While the best way to migrate on-premise Essbase cubes to OAC is to use the standalone “EssbaseLCMUtility” tool, to create cubes from scratch there are three ways that I have…   Read More


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Secure Dashboard Access in Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS): Sales and Marketing Dashboard Example

August 2, 2017

 Author: Linda Stewart, Performance Architects Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) is part of Oracle’s Platform as Service (PaaS) offerings.  The Oracle cloud offerings permit enterprise IT teams to rapidly build and deploy applications without the need to set up expensive infrastructure.  There’s still a need, however, for strong security capabilities in the cloud, and this blog post discusses how BICS security…   Read More


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Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS) Access Options: Remote Data Connector (RDC) Overview and Configuration

June 21, 2017

Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects As more organizations move their business intelligence (BI) environments to the cloud, loading and accessing enterprise data will become as important as the front-end visualizations.  Oracle’s BI Cloud Service (BICS) offers several options for those data requirements that go beyond simple data upload. Each has a specific purpose, features, benefits, and limitations. Only one option…   Read More


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Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS) Access Options: When to Use Data Sync Versus Remote Data Connector (RDC)

June 14, 2017

Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects Introduction As more organizations move their business intelligence (BI) environments to the cloud, loading and accessing enterprise data will become as important as the front-end visualizations.  Oracle’s BI Cloud Service (BICS) offers two options for these data requirements that go beyond simple data uploads: Data Sync and Remote Data Connector (RDC). Other options range from simple manual data loads of spreadsheets…   Read More


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Moving from On-Premise Oracle Hyperion Planning to Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): Web User Interfaces

April 26, 2017

Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects In the previous post in this series , we looked at the differences between utilities offered in Oracle Hyperion Planning and Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) for administrative functions and automating these for lights-out maintenance.  This second post in this series focuses on the similarities and differences between the web user interfaces (UIs) in the solutions. Long-time Oracle Hyperion Planning users may recall…   Read More


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Moving from On-Premise Oracle Hyperion Planning to Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): Administrative Utilities

April 12, 2017

Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects As with any move to a new solution and process, the transition from Oracle Hyperion Planning to Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) presents some new (and sometimes improved) implementation and administration approaches.  In this first installment of a two-part series, I explain the differences between administrative utilities in the solutions.  In short, Hyperion Planning offers multiple utilities to…   Read More


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