The EPM Week In Review: Week Ending July 2, 2016
Welcome to the most delayed Week In Review ever! Between recovering from Kscope16 and the holiday, I totally missed it this week. This week was a lot slower than last week, for obvious reasons. So let’s get to it:
Patches and Updates:
Nothing new this week.
New Blog Posts:
Cameron started off the week strong at Kscope16 with posts about day 1 and day 2. He disappeared into Kscope16 after that. 😉
The DEVEPM crew started KScope off with a post as well.
Eric talks about OECD country by country reporting in HFM and HTP.
Keith has an extensive post on memory settings for the web apps that run the Oracle EPM stack. He also has a less EPM-centric post about reinstalling Windows on a Yoga tablet.
Dayalan continues his series on DRM Integration with FDMEE. This dives a bit deeper into the configuration of DRM and the Web API’s.
Sibin continues his series on installation Oracle EPM. This time he talks about the repositories that need to be created and all of the tables that they eventually contain.
Summer has some musings about the Oracle Cloud now and the Oracle Cloud to come.
In other news….Kscope16 was last week. It was great…or so I heard anyway. I was in Chicago for all of 18 hours. Most of that time was spent meeting with Oracle or presenting. I still had a great time seeing everyone. The big news for me at this event was the announcement of Kscope17. We’re headed back to San Antonio. The JW Marriot is a truly awesome venue and it should be another great conference. See you all in Texas next year!
Finally…for those of you who attended my sessions and those that weren’t able, I’ll have the presentations posted here soon. Stay tuned…