Tag Archives: Jason Sawicki

Oracle Data Relationship Management Version 11.1.2.4 Release Highlights

March 12, 2015

Oracle recently released Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) Version 11.1.2.4 with some exciting enhancements. One great aspect of this release is that the DRM architecture was reworked to improve overall performance for users.  In addition to anticipated updates to the Oracle Data Relationship Governance ( DRG ) module and a number of native enhancements, another notable change is that DRM is more tightly integrated with Oracle’s EPM…   Read More


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Demystifying Oracle’s Data Integration Offerings: DRM, EPMA, FDMEE, GoldenGate, & ODI

August 27, 2014

With all of the current data integration offerings available from Oracle, it’s important to understand the strengths of each, what they accomplish, and how they might fit into your existing technology landscape. Read on to learn a few facts about each of these tools. Data Relationship Management (DRM) is Oracle’s “enterprise-wide” analytic master data management utility used to maintain…   Read More


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What’s new in Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management (DRM)? Release 11.1.2.3.500 Highlights and What to Expect in Release 11.1.2.4

July 30, 2014

As many of you know, Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) was originally called “Razza DS” and was acquired by Hyperion. The product name was then changed to Hyperion Master Data Management (MDM). Shortly after Oracle acquired Hyperion, the product was again renamed to Data Relationship Management (DRM) and is now one of several Oracle offerings in the data governance and…   Read More


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Why an Operational Data Store (ODS) Provides Important Capabilities in an Analytic Architecture

March 5, 2014

The Operational Data Store (ODS) concept is a viable architectural option when considering complex requirements that deal with data transformation and mapping logic for large data sets.  At times, data feeds from multiple source systems require manipulation through the use of various reference data that may exist either as look-up tables or master data tables residing within the repositories…   Read More


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