The EPM Week In Review: Week Ending March 26, 2016

Because this is a 3-day weekend for many, I’m posting this a day early.  Also, today is the last day for early bird registration for KScope16.  So what’s new this week?

Patches and Updates:

DRM has been released.  This includes a ton of new features and patches.  This patch as previously been released, but has been pulled and moved around and required a password at one point.

FCM has been released.  There are quite a few bug fixes, especially for ARM.

New Blog Posts:

This week I continued my series on PowerShell and Hyperion.  I focused on executing the outline load utility from a remote server.

Amit shows us how to encrypt our password using the EPM Automate tool.

Celvin has cracked the Hyperion Planning API…cool stuff.  He has also made some updates to his Essbase Member Operations utility.  Busy week for Celvin!

Eric gives us a lot of great information about Exalytics.

Kate walks us through the new features found in the recently released patch for HFM.

Sarah (now over at Big Red) shows us how to find the REST URL in the Cloud.

With KScope16 rapidly approaching and presentations due in just over two months, Heli’s post about how long it takes to prepare seems appropriate.

Opal discusses the future of the cloud as it relates to Oracle and customers having the cloud on site!  It is very interesting…but not yet coming to the EPM space.  Good read either way.

John Goodwin continues his series on the FDMEE Web Services.

Other News:

Today is the last day to sign up for the reduced early registration price at  Be sure to use the US-Analytics code of USA to save an additional $100.

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