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Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) 11.2 On-Premises Release Information

Tanya Heise
Sr Principal Technical Support Engineer

Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) 11.2 On-Premises Release - What's Coming and Other Important Information that you should be aware of!

Please be advised that On-Premises Release 11.2 is scheduled for September, 2019*. (*Oracle Safe Harbor applies).

In addition, Oracle is announcing a “Continuous Innovation” release model for Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management System 11.2, delivering ongoing applications and underlying technology stack updates without a major upgrade. For more information, review Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Officially Joins Oracle Applications Unlimited - What Does This Mean?

Review the information below regarding On-Premises releases and DRM. Thank you to Margaret Reed, Mark Rinaldi and Al Marciante for their presentation on this topic.

On-Premises Release: 11.2 – Some Details

  • Uplift to FMW 12g release
    • Oracle Essbase 11.1.2.4 will still be used for Hyperion EPM 11.2
  • Repository Simplification streamlines and simplifies infrastructure and architecture for the future
    • Replace Foundation services with a simpler RDBMS repository
    • Content migration for FR/Workspace to RDBMS repository
  • 3rd party certifications* including: ( *This is not an exhaustive list)
    • OS: Windows 2012, 2016 (Linux 7 & AIX 7.2 to follow in subsequent Patch Set Updates (PSU)
    • RDBMS: Oracle 12.2, SQL Server 2017
    • Browser: Edge, Chrome, Firefox
    • JDK 1.8
  • Technical upgrade – out of place install
  • Enhancements delivered through a series of feature bearing Patch Set Updates (PSUs)
    • Modelled on the 11.1.2.4.20x series

 

DRM for Hyperion EPM Replaces EPMA in 11.2

  • Provides Superior Functionality for Dimension Maintenance and Hierarchy Management
  • Delivers Increased Value, Streamlined Application Maintenance via:
    • Single Dimension Definitions – Define target-specific derived properties & validation
    • Value inheritance - calculate values based upon a controlling hierarchy
    • Versioning – take historical snapshots, spin what-if scenarios, rollback to points-in-time
    • Derived properties - calculate values based on user defined functions and scripts
    • Custom validations - validate based on custom business logic
    • Custom exports - define custom exports to filter and transform master hierarchies
    • Compare hierarchies – on-demand “hot lists” of differences to ease reconciliation
  • Migration Utility from EPMA to DRM for EPM will be provided

 

On-Premises Release: 11.1.2.4

  • Defect Fixing, 3rd party certification updates, enhancements thru Dec 2020

  • Extended support available thru Dec 2021

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For more information, review the following:

 

 

 

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Comments ( 11 )
  • andreml Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    There is nothing about REST? (As a replacement for the very ugly XLMA stuff)
    Implies Oracle 12.2 also 19.0 (essencenly only the new branding)?
    (I ask that because of the life time support for Oracle DB versions)
    Thak you and Regards
    Andre
  • admin Wednesday, June 26, 2019
    Hi Andre;

    Please be advised that more information will become available closer to the release date. This post was intended to provide some general information about the new, upcoming release and may not contain all of the details that will be included.

    Thank you.
  • Johnnie Jones Thursday, July 18, 2019
    Will EPM 11.2 release support Azure SQL PaaS products like Managed Instance
  • admin Thursday, July 18, 2019
    Hi Johnnie;

    I do not have this information at this time.

    Once 11.2 is officially released, all of the information will be provided in the support/certification matrix and release notes.

    Thank you.
  • Kyle Kupsky Friday, July 26, 2019
    Will 11.2 still have EAS console for essbase? Will it still include MaxL and csc scripts?
  • admin Friday, July 26, 2019
    Hi Kyle;

    I reached out to product management and they stated that there is no change in the version of Essbase with the EPM 11.2 release. Everything that is available in 11.1.2.4 will continue to be available in 11.2.

    Please keep in mind that Oracle Safe Harbor applies. Stay tuned for more information about the exact details of 11.2 once it is officially released.

    Thank you.
  • Peter O Sunday, August 4, 2019
    Is VBScript still an option for script development in FDMEE?
  • Jared Wong Thursday, August 8, 2019
    Hi Tanya,

    With Essbase remaining at 11.1.2.4, will that version be certified for Windows 2016 and the other 3rd party certifications mentioned?

    Thank you!
  • Jared Wong Thursday, August 8, 2019
    Additionally, will Essbase 11.1.2.4 support JDK 1.8?

    Thanks!
  • admin Thursday, August 15, 2019
    Hi Jared;

    I reached out to the product manager and below are his responses:

    Essbase 11.1.2.4 with EPM 11.2 will support the same matrix as 11.2.

    11.2 for windows is focusing on Windows 2019. Matrix is finalizing shortly.

    Once 11.2 is released, everything will be posted to the matrix regarding support and compatibility.

    Thank you.
  • admin Monday, August 19, 2019
    Hi Peter,

    Regarding your question, "Is VBScript still an option for script development in FDMEE?", please be advised that this is Jython. Refer to the documentation below:

    https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E57185_01/FDMAG/ch08.html

    Thank you.
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