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Posted on July 13, 2018
Author: Andrew Tauro, Performance Architects

If you are currently using the “Artifact Snapshot” as a backup mechanism for your Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) or Oracle Enterprise Planning & Budgeting Cloud Service (EPBCS) environment, please take note. With the July (18.07) patch that rolled out last weekend, we can no longer import the “Essbase Data” artifacts via the …

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Posted on July 10, 2018
Author: Tyler Feddersen, Performance Architects

With the Oracle’s constant messaging of “cloud, cloud, cloud,” the option of remaining on-premises can easily become lost in the process. The future undoubtedly will continue to feature heavy usage of cloud-based solutions across the technology sector, but for many it remains a few years away. This may be especially true where the pricing model …

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Posted on August 1, 2018
Author: Cameron Ross, Performance Architects

As the need for instant reporting has started to take shape, Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) provides end users the ability to manipulate data sets to make them available for visualizations. In OAC, the user now can create a data flow. A data flow is OAC’s user-friendly version of a data transformation tool.  Although this provides …

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Posted on July 5, 2018
Author: Jordan Adams, Performance Architects

When deleting users or adjusting permissions of users or groups who have created content within Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS), there can be times where the changes can’t be verified or can cause issues during migrations.  Since there is no utility within PBCS to do this, one of the ways to address this …

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Posted on July 25, 2018
Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects

Oracle Data Visualization (DV) offers several built-in advanced analytics options that can help an analyst who isn’t a data scientist to explore patterns and trends in data sets.  One specific feature that is available is the ability to add identifiable clustering to any visualization to find segments of the data that are highly related. Clustering …

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Posted on June 28, 2018
Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects

One of the key features of the Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) environment is the wide variety of data sources that can be used to develop visualizations.  For customers who have moved their ERP applications to Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud or Oracle Financials Cloud (OFC), these software-as-a-service or SaaS solutions include pre-built dashboards and …

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Posted on June 20, 2018
Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects

This blog post is the sixth in a series. It builds on the work done in previous chapters including the first chapter where we created the schema. Links to previous blogs include: Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 We are going to now wrap up our application development project as the …

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Posted on June 13, 2018
Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects

This blog post is the fifth in a series. It builds on the work done in previous chapters including the first chapter, where we created the schema. Links to previous blogs are: Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 In Chapter 2, we created a simple report based on a database table. Sandy, our …

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Posted on June 7, 2018
Author: Andrew Tauro, Performance Architects

IT security today is a constant game of staying ahead of those who chose to hunt down and exploit any vulnerability that exists. Security teams cannot afford to let their guard down because as systems get more versatile, and complicated, the chances of the existence of vulnerabilities also increases. In most case, one way to …

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Posted on May 31, 2018
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

One of the highlights of the year for the Oracle enterprise performance management (EPM) and Analytics/BI communities, ODTUG’s Kscope18 conference, is taking place in Orlando in from June 10-14.  There are literally hundreds of opportunities to learn, network and have fun…which I know as a several-time attendee can be completely overwhelming!  The intent of this …

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