Brian @ Kscope16
It’s that time of year again…Kscope! Unfortunately, Kscope always occurs during my busy season. As a result, much like last year, this will be a very quick in and out trip. I’ll be there Tuesday, June 28th only. Luckily, both of my presentations happen to be on that day, so it worked out nicely for me. I also have a few meetings with Oracle that I’m not allowed to talk about that occur on that day as well. Here are my presentations:
PBCS is Still Hyperion Planning
Jun 28, 2016, Session 9, 11:15 am – 12:15 pm
With Oracle’s release of PBCS, many service companies have started releasing their one-size-fits-all implementations. The unfortunate truth is that PBCS is still Hyperion Planning. This presentation discusses the best practices around implementing PBCS and how to avoid the pitfalls of implementations offered at insanely cheap (and underestimated) pricing. Attend this session if you don’t want to have your PBCS project “land and expand.”
The Planning Repository Revisited: Beyond the Basics
Jun 28, 20165, Session 10, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
If you’ve enjoyed my past presentations on the Planning repository, you should enjoy this presentation even more. We’ll take a step beyond the basics and provide a whole new set of examples that take a leap into real-world use. Whether it’s synchronizing metadata across applications or deleting dimensions, this presentation will dive deeper than ever before into the repository. But wait…there’s more. This presentation will have full samples in both Transact SQL for SQL Server users and PL/SQL for Oracle users. That’s two languages for the price of one (shipping and handling not included).
And of course, you can find me on the Kscope16 site here.
I hope everyone enjoys the content!