Published June 23rd, 2023 with the Planning post.
Updated July 23rd, 2023 with the Configuring post.
Updated August 25th, 2023 with the Adopting and Expanding post.
Updated September 27th, 2023 with the Go-Live Readiness post.
Oracle Fusion Analytics (Fusion Analytics) is a family of ready-to-use, cloud-native analytics services designed to deliver personalized insights for Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications.
Included in Fusion Analytics are:
- A library of ready-to-use metrics and dashboards for faster collaboration.
- An extensible, Oracle-managed data platform with ready-to-use data extraction pipelines.
- An extensible, Oracle-managed semantic data model.
- An extensible, Oracle-managed security framework that leverages the security components in Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications.
This series provides best practices, guides, and links to documentation for successfully implementing Fusion Analytics. It compliments and supplements the Administering Oracle Fusion Analytics documentation and the Implementing Fusion Analytics guide.
This post provides an overview and a landing page for other posts in the series.
Note: This post is a work in progress and is updated frequently with links to new content.
Implementing Fusion Analytics comprises a broad spectrum of activities that include:
- Going Live and Rolling Out
- Adopting and Expanding
- Monitoring and Maintaining
Note: This post is a work in progress. It is updated frequently with new content.
The Planning post guides in planning the implementation process, making essential decisions such as the rollout approach, and identifying and capturing the essential data needed for subsequent sections.
The Configuring post guides in configuring Fusion Analytics.
The Go-Live/Rollout Readiness post guides in evaluating the implementation progress and ensuring the business is fully prepared to champion Fusion Analytics in the production environment.
The Adopting and Expanding post guides in adopting and expanding Fusion Analytics.
Explore and learn more about Fusion Analytics by visiting these links to the Fusion Analytics community, blogs, and documentation.