Tuesday Aug 28, 2012

Proactive Support Sessions at OUG London and OUG Ireland

Oracle Proactive Support Technology is proud to announce that two members of its team will be speaking at the UK and Ireland User Group Conferences this year.

Maurice and Greg plan to run the following sessions (may be subject to change):



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Maurice Bauhahn
OUG Ireland BI & EPM and Technology
Joint SIG Meeting
20 November 2012
BI&EPM SIG event in Ireland (09:00-17:00)
and
OUG London EPM & Hyperion Conference 2012
Tuesday 23rd to Wednesday 24th Oct 2012

Profit from Oracle Diagnostic Tools Embedded in EPM

Oracle bundles in many of its software suites valuable toolsets to collect logs and settings, slice/dice error messages, track performance, and trace activities across services. Become familiar with several enterprise-level diagnostic tools embedded in Enterprise Performance Management (Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, Remote Diagnostic Agent, Dynamic Monitoring Service, and Oracle Diagnostic Framework).
Expedite resolution of Service Requests as you learn to upload output from these tools to My Oracle Support.

Who will benefit from attending the session?
Geeks will find this most beneficial, but anyone who raises Oracle technical service requests will learn valuable pointers that may speed resolution.
The focus is on the EPM stack, but this session will benefit almost everyone who needs to drill deeper into Oracle software environments.

What will delegates learn from the session?
Delegates who participate in this session will learn:
  1. How to access and run Remote Diagnostic Agent, Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, Dynamic Monitoring Service, and Oracle Diagnostic Framework.
  2. How to exploit the strengths of each tool.
  3. How to pass the outputs to My Oracle Support.
  4. How to restrict exposure of sensitive information.

OUG Ireland BI & EPM and Technology
Joint SIG Meeting
20 November 2012
BI&EPM SIG event in Ireland (09:00-17:00)
and
OUG London EPM & Hyperion Conference 2012
Tuesday 23rd to Wednesday 24th Oct 2012

Using EPM-Specific Troubleshooting Tools

EPM developers have created a number of EPM-specific tools to collect logs and configuration files, centralize configuration information, and validate a configured installation (Ziplogs, EPM Registry Editor, [Deployment Report, Registry Cleanup Utility, Reset Configuration Tool, EPMSYS Hostname Check] and Validate [EPM System Diagnostic]). Learn how to use these tools on your own or to expedite Service Request resolution.

Who will benefit from attending the session?
Anyone who monitors Oracle EPM environments or raises service requests will learn valuable lessons that could speed resolution of those requests.
Anyone from novices to experts will benefit from this review of custom troubleshooting EPM tools.

What will delegates learn from the session?
  1. Learn where to locate and start EPM troubleshooting tools created by EPM developers
  2. Learn how to collect and upload outputs of EPM troubleshooting tools.
  3. Adapt to history of changes in these tools across time and version.
  4. Learn how to make critical changes in configurations.

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Grzegorz Reizer
OUG London EPM & Hyperion Conference 2012
Tuesday 23rd to Wednesday 24th Oct 2012

EPM 11.1.2.2: Detailed overview of new features and improvements in Financial Management products.

This presentation is a detailed overview of new features and improvements introduced in Enterprise Performance Management 11.1.2.2 for Financial Management products (Hyperion Financial Managment, Hyperion Planning, Financial Close Management).
The presentation will cover a number of new product features from recently introduced configurable dimensionality in HFM to new functionality enhancements in Planning.
We'll close the session with an overview of upgrade options from earlier product releases.

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This blog talks about the latest news and upcoming events initiated by the EPM/BI Proactive Support Team.

Authors:

italia.nowodworska@oracle.com
paul.anderson@oracle.com





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