Check out the presentations listed below.
Joe Malewicki , iArch Solutions
Topic: EPM Infrastructure - Subtopic: Installs and Upgrades
So it’s here. The storm has been brewing and it looks like this time, we might actually see some weather. Yes folks, Oracle is full tilt on the Cloud! Better late than never right? Well – maybe yes, but don’t put up those hurricane shutters just yet.
The reality is yes; everything is headed to the cloud. At some point we’re all going to be wearing our rain jackets and have our umbrellas open as we “sing in the rain” of Cloud based EPM applications. However, this session isn’t about “tomorrow.” It’s about TODAY.
Today you have a fully baked, production running EPM/Hyperion system. You’ve got Essbase cubes crunching data, Financial Management Consolidations firing off daily, Planning web forms being updated every week and finally tons of users with a local version of Excel 2010 on Windows 7 complaining daily “Smart View is too slow!” You’ve got IT and Risk Management stating Microsoft has cut off the version of SQL Server and Windows 4 years ago yet Hyperion is still lingering along on these unsupported platforms. Why? Because you can’t run your business WITHOUT Hyperion.
In this session we’ll help you address and develop a plan with minimal to NO downtime to get your “on-prem” Hyperion installation up to the latest and greatest available from Oracle. We’ll help you decide what makes the most sense for an upgrade path. On-prem hardware, virtualizing, hosted environments, or shared resources. Discussions on 3rd party hosting providers and yes, discussions on Oracle’s Cloud versions of their EPM software stack and how all relates to an upgrade.
We’ll take the mystery out of the upgrade process for the software itself. Discuss the version paths and how to ensure you can get the latest platform support that your organization is comfortable with while still maintaining full support model from Oracle.
You’ll see a LIVE demonstration of “BEFORE” and “AFTER Upgrade” real world EPM application performance and system functionality.
Finally we will discuss just how inexpensive an on-prem upgrade can actually be. The cost and time savings alone should make you head back to the office and start planning the project.
So please join us for this educational and informative session and let’s get you up to where you should be today!
And remember – someone’s “cloud” is just someone else’s “computer.”