Weekly Offenders – Week Ending 7/22/2017

Introduction to Weekly Offenders A bit of a light week… Essbase Down Under Peter gives us a heavy does of the REST API in PBCS after Kscope17. Exploits in Hyperion Sibin has several posts this week.  He starts off with a post about digging into the XML of an LCM export.  He also tells us…

Weekly Offenders – Week Ending 7/15/2017

Introduction to Weekly Offenders This week was a bit busier than last week.  We even had a few more posts about Kscope17 this week.  What new this week? Adeshek EPM Gary has a pair of posts this week.  First, he went and started his own Oracle User group for the Detroit Area (DOUG).  He also…

Essbase Performance: Part 7 – Physical vs. Virtual – Native Loads

Welcome to the seventh part in an on-going blog series about Essbase performance.  Today we will focus on Essbase Physical vs. Virtual Performance, but first here’s a summary of the series so far: Essbase Performance Series: Part 1 – Introduction Essbase Performance Series: Part 2 – Local Storage Baseline (CDM) Essbase Performance Series: Part 3…

Weekly Offenders – Kscope17/Holiday Hangover Edition

Introduction to Weekly Offenders Last week I started by up my weekly review of EPM blogging.  There was quite a bit of content with Kscope17 having just finished up and everyone seemed excited to contribute to the community.  Between the holidays and everyone recovering from Kscope…last week wasn’t nearly as productive.  However, it was an…

Essbase Performance Part 6: Hyper-Threading

Essbase Performance Series Welcome to the sixth part in an on-going blog series about Essbase performance.  Here’s a summary of the series so far: Essbase Performance Series: Part 1 – Introduction Essbase Performance Series: Part 2 – Local Storage Baseline (CDM) Essbase Performance Series: Part 3 – Local Storage Baseline (Anvil) Essbase Performance Series: Part…

Weekly Offenders – Kscope17 Edition

Introduction to Weekly Offenders I had a lot of luck doing a weekly update about the blogging community in the Oracle EPM space.  You may have all noticed that I had a lot less luck doing a monthly update.  I found that everyone posts too much content to keep up with doing an update just…