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Developing Essbase Applications Hybrid Techniques and The biggest advantage of hybrid apps is that they enable support for multiple operating systems at a more cost effective price point than developing multiple native apps. Users, as long as the development is done well, will not normally be able to distinguish whether an app is native or hybrid.
Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices reviews technology areas that are much-discussed but still very new, including Exalytics and Hybrid Essbase. Covering recent improvements to the Essbase engine, the book illustrates the impact of new reporting and analysis tools and also introduces advanced Essbase best practices across a variety of features, functions, and theories. Others cover new ground with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, design philosophy, benchmarking concepts, and multiple client tools.
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Trademark Notice: Product or corporate names may be trademarks or registered trademarks, and are used only for identification and explanation without intent to infringe. If you are really here just to get an opinion about the book without much fluff, the book is great. So here we go. The first is how I felt when Cameron asked me to write the foreword for it. At the time, I felt honored, but weird, to be asked.
The second memory is that when the book came out, I said in several private discussions that the Essbase team goal was to make sure the product evolved to the point that the team would need to write a new book every few years. I win. It is truly mind-boggling that in our dynamic industry, after almost 25 years of innovation, Essbase has always been there.
Just in the last several years, we have seen major technology and market trends such as data warehousing, real-time, engineered systems, in-memory, mobile, big data, social, cloud, and many more. While some vii viii F o re w o rd products have faded away, Essbase has always had its place in the mix. Although many times we heard that the next big thing is here and Essbase is obsolete, Essbase continued to prove that it can evolve, advance, and adapt while staying true to its core values.
With all the new capabilities that came into Essbase in the last few years, our goal remained the same: Essbase will learn new skills and become better, faster, and stronger, but at the end of the day, Essbase will be the best at being Essbase. This history and future are why we, at the Essbase team, are excited every time a new Essbase book is coming out.
It is a great feeling to see the passion that people put into something that they are a part of. What makes Essbase truly amazing is the fact that it is not just a great product.
It is a community with real passion for what it does. It is an ecosystem in which people, companies, and products come together to deliver the unique using a technology that continues to outperform in functionality and scale. I enjoyed the first book because it was a collection of best practices, tips, tricks, and mini-guides. Listening to people talk about book 1, I noticed that, while everyone enjoyed it, everyone also had a suggestion for one more chapter.
Reading the book, I was happy to find a wide representation of topics: brand new, forward-looking features like Hybrid Aggregation Mode; product offerings that are becoming popular such as Exalytics and OBIEE integration; topics relevant to many existing implementations; and even a representation of partner products.
Thank you for being a part of the Oracle Essbase community. Gabby Rubin Senior Director Product Management Oracle Business Analytics Acknowledgments This is the second time I have put pen to paper really, I am writing this with my favorite fountain pen to give thanks to the many people who contributed to this book, of which I have been proud and pleased to have been part.
They are some of the most accomplished in our industry; it was a privilege and an honor to work with them. Thank you all for your hard work, your willingness to share the experiences and knowledge of a professional lifetime, and your cheerfulness and good spirit in the face of a rigorous and difficult albeit ultimately satisfying process.
The Essbase world is obliged to you, as am I. I drafted Tim early in the process as a sounding board—that role quickly grew into that of a coeditor. Every chapter you read, Tim read at least three times. The book reflects his unceasing efforts. Oracle Gabby Rubin, Steve Liebermensch, and Matt Millela, as well as much of the Essbase development team, made this book possible through unprecedented access to Oracle resources; we literally could not have written this book without their support.
There would be no book without him. A Personal Note As editor-in-chief, I claim this space to thank my long-suffering family: my wife Hatsz, whose patience and forbearance were exceptional as I essentially disappeared for almost half a year during the writing and editing of this Magnificent Obsession; my parents, who supported me in yet another mad writing adventure; and my son, the Wee Laird Jamie, who kept on telling me to take naps when exhaustion overtook me.
Cameron Lackpour Introduction I find it somewhat incredible to be writing an introduction to another book. After the moderately painful gestation of the last one herding of cats, aka authors, coediting a book, packaging it for publication, and even selling the book , I believed at the time that one book was more than enough per career or even lifetime.
The fact that you are holding another in the Developing Essbase Applications books belies that sentiment. How did a second book come about? Developing Essbase Applications: Advanced Techniques for Finance and IT Professionals covered what seemed like the gamut of Essbase development practices, from hardware to user and developer tools, with stops along the way for data management, database engines, and a variety of languages.
What else could possibly be covered? The spur for this book, Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices, was the announcement of the Hybrid Essbase engine that bridges the gap between block storage option and aggregate storage option Essbase.
The aim and purpose of this book differ from the last, and consequently, the authors, for the most part, differ as well. This is not, in any way, a negative comment on the first group of contributors; we are exploring different areas of interest, and those dissimilar subjects dictate different contributors.
As before, these subjects are covered from both technical and good practices xi x ii In t r o d u c ti o n perspectives. With this focus and philosophy, this book continues our tradition of defining, investigating, and explaining Essbase concepts like no other. The custom of multiple voices, topics, and practices also continues. Think of this book, like the previous one, as the proceedings of the most cutting-edge and in-depth Essbase conference that could ever be.
Just as the sessions at a conference vary in style and approach because of the difference in subject, presenter, and audience, you will find corresponding variations in the chapters. Continuing the conference analogy, the single narrative that binds this book together is the subject of Essbase. Dip into individual chapters in Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices as your job and interests dictate.
However, I urge you to go beyond selective reading and read the entire book, even the subjects you think you know. I like to think that I am a fairly advanced Essbase developer, but I am not ashamed to share that editing the chapters during the writing process disabused me of that notion.
The content between these covers contains amazing breadth and depth of Essbase knowledge; your reading of all of it will help make you the equal of seven talented Essbase professionals. I hope that this book makes you love Essbase more and better.
A Quick Note The World Wide Web is a fluid ecosystem, and as time passes, links referenced in this text will become outdated. He has been in the consulting business since , creating solutions for customers using Essbase, Planning, and anything else that ties to those two products. Division, and an Oracle Ace. He has more than 20 years of experience with information technology and is somewhat unusual by his focus on both Hyperion and BI Infrastructure and Hyperion Applications.
He started his technical career as a support analyst for vinyl sign cutting systems in and moved through a variety of increasingly complex technical support and senior software development roles. Between and , he spent his time in the corporate world at Capital One Financial, where, in the last several years, he managed the first five Capital One Hyperion Planning applications.
John made the leap into consulting in and really embraced the Hyperion community online through the Oracle Technical Network forums and the Network54 Essbase forum. In , he brought his blog Metavero. He has been working with the EPM Suite for more than 15 years, with a particular focus on designing systems around Essbase and related tools. Tim blogs at CubeCoder. William Hodges, toward his tenth year of a stable career in academia specializing in decision support technologies, accepted an invitation to step into the trenches to xv xvi C o n t ribu t o rs participate directly in the implementation of the type of management-support applications he could only talk about in an academic environment.
This career evolution gives him a unique alternate perspective on the challenges and opportunities that EPM technologies offer to designers, implementers, and consumers of management and decision support.
Mike has worked both in industry and directly for Hyperion Solutions and Oracle. Martin Neuliep has been designing and building multidimensional database systems since , focusing on Essbase since He learned Essbase from its inventor, Bob Earle, and has worked on applications in a wide variety of areas ranging from healthcare utilization to international banking activity to fashion supply chain optimization, in addition to financial planning and analysis.
He also focuses on related metadata and data integration solutions and specializes in system performance optimization. Besides crafting systems, Martin also concentrates on training. He was a coauthor of the original Essbase Bootcamp curriculum and has delivered courses worldwide. He founded General Analytics in Glenn Schwartzberg has been an information technology professional for more than 30 years, falling in love with Essbase with version 3.
He speaks at conferences all over the world, evangelizing Essbase and the other EPM products, not because he has to but because of his love of the products and of sharing information. Little did I know when I started lurking on Network 54 years ago looking for Essbase secrets that I would become part of the rich community that cherishes the software. Oracle product management made an X model available for my use while writing this chapter, and I also have had an X model at Huron.
Many other products now are certified to run on Exalytics, including Financial Management with the This chapter focuses on Essbase on the Exalytics platform. If you are in the market for an Exalytics machine, you will likely have proof of value discussions. The goal of the Exalytics proof of value is to demonstrate one or more of the following: cost reduction, performance, and scalability versus your existing environment; usually, this is coupled with a software upgrade.
Key processes typically are taken from your existing environment and replicated on an Exalytics environment to demonstrate the platform value.
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Following Guidelines During the chr-club. There is good documentation and examples on both of these commands in the Essbase Technical Reference — I do it because I get better performance from Oracle than from Essbase I extract aggregated data to present it via Interactive Reporting dashboard , and to avoid annoying bugs that show up when you connect from IR dashboard directly to. Prepare to migrate Essbase data. Perform prerequisite tasks. Use the Oracle Essbase Administration Services Migration Wizard to migrate Essbase artifacts from the source system to the new machine.
Written in English. A Hyperion Planning Application has its arms attached to a relational data source and Essbase cube. So we need to create a Relational Database Source for a Planning Application before we initiate the process of creating the Planning Application. First things first, we need to create a relational source. I received my copy of Developing Essbase Applications — Advanced Techniques for Finance and IT Professionals some time ago and spent every spare minute I could find eagerly devouring the book. I was eagerly anticipating the arrival of the book to my doorstep, hoping and wanting it to be the Essbase. Developing Essbase Applications book is a team of seasoned consultants who teach proven Essbase implementation practices through practical Title: Planning Practice Lead at.
Across the globe, every business in every industry needs user-friendly, performant, and up-to-date applications. Learn about the nuts and bolts of your typical Oracle APEX application and use the large feature set wisely for maximum productivity. Acquire good practices from well-known experts who have already made all the mistakes for you. Learn from APEX developers as they discuss their experience and insights with the latest version of Application Express.
Maintaining the advanced technical focus found in Developing Essbase Applications , this second volume is another collaborative effort by some of the best and most experienced Essbase practitioners from around the world. Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices reviews technology areas that are much-discussed but still very new, including Exalytics and Hybrid Essbase. Covering recent improvements to the Essbase engine, the book illustrates the impact of new reporting and analysis tools and also introduces advanced Essbase best practices across a variety of features, functions, and theories. Others cover new ground with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, design philosophy, benchmarking concepts, and multiple client tools. As before, these subjects are covered from both the technical and best practice perspectives.
Maintaining the advanced technical focus found in Developing Essbase Applications, this second volume is another collaborative effort by some of the best and most experienced Essbase practitioners from around the world. Developing Essbase Applications: Hybrid Techniques and Practices reviews technology areas that are much-discussed but still very new, including Exalytics and Hybrid Essbase. Covering recent improvements to the Essbase engine, the book illustrates the impact of new reporting and analysis tools and also introduces advanced Essbase best practices across a variety of features, functions, and theories.
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