By Paula Speranza-Hadley on Feb 28, 2013
There are a variety of trining opportunities available for Oracle ETPM. The following datasheet provides a detailed description of the available workshops and online courses.[Read More]
By now customers and partners that are interested in ETPM performance metrics have probably referenced the ETPM 2.3.1 benchmark we posted here. Those implementations also using Oracle Policy Automation may also find the following 2 OPA performance white papers interesting.
The first discusses how a well designed enterprise policy automation solution maximizes throughput, scalability and availability. The second provides sample results recorded while running Oracle Policy Automation on Oracle Exadata and Oracle Exalogic engineered systems.
Support for the Control Central ‘Account Activity History’ zone was removed as part of the ETPM v2.3.1 release. Customers upgrading to ETPM v2.3.1 had an option to update the owner flag for this zone to mark it as a custom modification if they were already using the zone. Database changes planned in the next release of ETPM (ETPM v2.4.0) will cause the zone to not function correctly.
The product team is recommending that any implementation teams currently using this zone should discontinue using it before upgrading to ETPM v2.4.0. Implementations may consider configuring a new zone to replace the Account Activity History zone if a similar view of ETPM data is still required. Contact the ETPM Product Management team at email@example.com for guidance on removing this zone from your ETPM v2.3.1 environments. These directions will be available in the Release Notes for ETPM v2.4.0.
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