Tag Archives: enterprise performance management

Using Oracle HTTP Server 12c with Oracle EPM (Hyperion) 11.1.2.4

March 29, 2017

Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects Ever since Oracle released Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 12c (12.2.x), it has been a waiting game to see when Oracle EPM (Hyperion) would move to the 12c versioning.  As of the date of publication of this blog post, the latest version of Oracle EPM is 11.1.2.4.x, which bundles many improvements over the prior releases of Oracle EPM. However,   Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW)…   Read More


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The Oracle NodeDB Connector – A Useful Tool for BI and EPM Pros

October 19, 2016

Author: Anthony Tauro, Performance Architects Since 2009 when it was first written, Node.js has grown to become a colossus in the open-source software community. Initially Linux-only, today it is a cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment for building a variety of tools and applications. While it does not have much of a direct impact for those of us working…   Read More


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Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 Launch: Oracle Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) Profile Editor

February 10, 2015

Oracle Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) was re-launched as a multi-platform product in the recent Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM or Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 release.  One of the long-awaited enhancements in this release is the creation of application profiles. Application profiles define the core characteristics of an HFM application, such as the languages and calendar it uses, as well as custom dimensions (since Version 11.1.2.3). However, until 11.1.2.4, application profiles…   Read More


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Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 Launch: Interface Enhancements

February 9, 2015

As you may have heard, Oracle just released Enterprise Performance Management (EPM or Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 . You may say, “Big deal, don’t they come out with a new release at least every year?” Actually, this happens to be the first new major release in two calendar years. In calendar year 2014, we saw the release of Patch Set Update (PSU) 500 for…   Read More


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Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM): All Grown Up Now

September 12, 2014

Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM) has accurately been depicted as a hidden gem within the Oracle EPM (Hyperion) suite. The product has been a part of the suite for a number of years, but has not gotten a lot of attention until recently. Part of the reason for this lack of traction is that the business community was not fully…   Read More


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Recommendations for Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG) Kscope14: Business Analytics/Business Intelligence, Data Discovery (Endeca), and EPM (Hyperion)

June 16, 2014

Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG)’s annual Kscope14 conference is coming up soon, and you’re probably just now looking at the schedule and >250 opportunities to network and learn and saying, “How in the heck do I prioritize all of this great stuff?”  Since I’ve been in your shoes several times before, I wanted to provide my recommendations on the “must do”…   Read More


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Oracle Higher Education User Group (HEUG) Alliance 2014 Conference Recap

March 25, 2014

Earlier this month, several Performance Architects team members attended the Oracle Higher Education User Group (HEUG) Alliance 2014 Conference in Las Vegas. Community Sessions We had a chance to sit in on a handful of the Product Advisory Groups (PAG) Community Sessions, including the Budgeting and Reporting & BI sessions. PAGs are charged with advocating to Oracle on behalf of the Higher Education community and with helping to…   Read More


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Oracle EPM Accessibility Guides

February 12, 2014

If you are looking for product accessibility information for the Oracle EPM product suite (specifically release 11.1.2.3) you can find more information within Oracle’s Doc Library . If you want to connect one-on-one or have more specific questions, please feel free send us a note and we will be in touch! Author: Melanie Mathews, Performance Architects


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Four Ways to Bridge the Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Gap between IT and Finance

December 18, 2013

You there, reading this! Are you about to start an Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) project? I bet you want it to be a success, don’t you? Have you thought about how your Finance team and Information Technology (IT) team will interact? The following few tips can help keep the Finance and IT teams on the…   Read More


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Still Hesitating to Move to Oracle Exalytics X2/X3-4? Upfront Costs and Training Needs Shouldn’t Stop You

November 13, 2013

As we work with our clients in helping them set up, or migrate to, an Oracle Exalytics X2/X3-4-based Oracle BI (OBIEE) or Enterprise Performance Management (EPM or Hyperion ) environment we have noticed a recurring theme…in-house Information Technology (IT) support personnel express apprehensions with adopting the technology. So much so that in a case or two, they have asked us to perform the complete…   Read More


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