Hyperion EPM Month in Review: January 2017

Welcome to the second installment of the Hyperion EPM Month in Review.  This month was pretty busy with 44 contributions by the community (45 if you include this post). Adashek EPM Gary has a quick update letting us know that the Smart View 11.1.2.5.620 has been released. Cameron’s Blog for Essbase Hackers Cameron has a pair of…

Around The Lab: Hyperion Home Lab January Update

Welcome to the first installment of a new on-going series about what’s up in my Hyperion Home Lab.  First, if you don’t already have your own home lab, why not?  Get started by checking out my guide on building your own.  And yes…I will get around to updating this series soon.  In the meantime, let’s…

Next NTxHUG Meeting Announced for February 16th

The next North Texas Hyperion User Group (NTxHUG) meeting has been announced and it will be on Thursday, February 16th, 2017.  The event will be hosted in Irving at the Oracle office.  You can find more details here: NTxHUG Website We’ll be getting started at 3:00 PM then heading to a happy hour at The Ranch…

Kscope17…here I come!

I’m very pleased to announce that I will be speaking at Kscope17 in San Antonio.  I will be giving a presentation on Essbase performance in virtualized environments.  This will contain a lot of content that you will see here, or already have seen here.  I’ve very excited that this presentation was accepted as I’ve been…

Hyperion EPM Month in Review: December 2016

The Hyperion EPM Week in Review has clearly become more than I can manage on a weekly basis.  So, I’ve decided to do a monthly update for the time being.  If things slow down, I’ll get back to a weekly update.  So, welcome to 2017 and the review of Hyperion EPM in December of 2016!…

Happy Belated New Year!

Welcome to 2017!  This post is way late as I continue to recover from a ridiculously busy Q4 and the Holidays that go along with that.  2016 was my second year of blogging, and I’d like to think that it was a successful year.  In 2017, I published 83 blog posts.  I’m not sure that…