EPM Community Newsletter - December 2018

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EPM COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
December 2018

 
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Presenting at ODTUG Kscope19
By Jay Chapman, Sierra-Cedar, Inc.

In this three-part series, we take a closer look at how to create an ODTUG Kscope session abstract, how abstracts are selected, and how presenters bring those abstracts to life during a session.

Part I: Writing the Abstract 
Ah, October 4th. The day folks began submitting ODTUG Kscope abstracts. If you’ve been lucky enough to present at ODTUG Kscope or any conference before, you understand that coming up with a solid session topic and then writing a sharp, award-winning abstract with a catchy title is the key to success. You also know that finding a solid topic can be challenging, and writing that award-winning abstract can become an unfortunate afterthought because of other work and family life commitments. And don’t get me started on that darn catchy title! 
In this three-part series, we take a closer look at how to create an ODTUG Kscope session abstract, how abstracts are selected, and how presenters bring those abstracts to life during a session. Download the full article.

Submit your abstract by December 5, 2018!

Product Management Corner
By Mike Casey, Oracle Corporation

As customers move their applications to the cloud, it can be a challenge to adjust data flows for the new architecture. It can be confusing to select the appropriate tools required to support these data flows into and out of an organization’s EPM applications. Many times, these data flows incorporate on-premises and cloud data, in addition to the transformation of this data when it is loaded to or extracted from the customer’s EPM applications. I receive a significant amount of email traffic related to this topic for what seems like an infinite number of combinations or source systems and target EPM applications.  Even when the combination of applications seems unique to a specific customer’s business needs, there are a number of common threads that permeate the discussion. Download the full article.

Featured Article
PBCS Summary Drill to Transaction   Peter Nitschke, M-power Solutions

So FDMEE\Data Management has had the ability to drill back to staging table for a while—and for specific sources (read: Oracle) back to the transaction detail in the GL. A great feature, sure, but not without its limitations. Specifically, you were limited to drilling only from the intersection where the data was loadednotionally almost always level-0. Read the full blog.
 
EPM Meetup Overview
NY, NJ, CT EPM/BI Meetup Recap by Neviana Zhagba, GE Digital

The Oracle Developer Community Appreciation Day is a day to thank the Oracle community by sharing technical knowledge or an Oracle user community experience. On October 10, just one day ahead of the ODC Appreciation Day, ODTUG hosted a very successful EPM and BI Meetup in the Oracle offices in Stamford, CT. Read the full blog.

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Register by March, 31, 2019, to receive the Early Bird rate. Register today!

IN THIS ISSUE

Presenting at ODTUG Kscope19
Product Management Corner
Featured Article
EPM Meetup Overview
Blogs to Check Out
Upcoming Webinars
EPM Past Meetups
Get Involved with ODTUG



BLOGS TO CHECK OUT
ACE Cropped.png Gary Adashek  PBCS - Oracle Financial Reporting Web Studio URLs
Sairam Arumalla – A First Look Into EDMCS
Jay Chapman – 
Exporting Data with Dynamic Calc Sparse Members
ACE Cropped.png John Goodwin – 
Automating data flows between EPM Cloud and OAC – Part 1
ACE Cropped.png John Goodwin – Automating data flows between EPM Cloud and OAC – Part 2

Kate Helmer – 
EDMCS: Subscriptions for Requests
Vijay Kurian – 
Simple Migrations on Essbase Cloud
Amy Stine – 
Automate Your FDMEE File Cleanup Process
Summer Watson – 
FCCS ClearEmptyBlocks


UPCOMING WEBINARS
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Getting Groovy with EPBCS is a Game Changer
ACE Cropped.png Kyle Goodfriend, Accelytics
*This webinar was originally presented on 9/11/18 but was rescheduled due to technical difficulties.

Register Here

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Know Your Options! A Complete EPM Cloud Decision Guide: Subscription SaaS, IaaS, Platform-as-a-Service and Beyond

Alumni Cropped.png Eric Helmer, Rimini Street

Register Here

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Using Oracle Data Visualization? STOP!

Doug Ross, Performance Architects
 
Register Here

Did you know that as a paid member of ODTUG, you can view past webinars anytime?  Have a presentation you'd like to share? Contact kgately@odtug.com to get started!

 
EPM UPCOMING MEETUPS
12/03/18 - Tulsa, OK, EPM/BI
12/05/18 - Irvine, CA, EPM/BI
12/11/18 - Southfield, MI, All Community

EPM PAST MEETUPS

09/13/18 - Carlsbad, CA, EPM
09/13/18 - Monterrey, Mexico, EPM
10/10/18 - Stamford, CT, EPM

10/23/18 - San Francisco,CA, All 
10/25/18 - Bay Area, CA, EPM/BI
10/30/18 - Manhattan, NY, EPM
11/09/18 - Plano, TX EPM/BI
11/28/18 - Livonia, MI, All

GET INVOLVED

Have you thought about starting a Meetup in your community but don’t know where to begin? ODTUG is here to help! If you would like to start a Meetup group in your city, ODTUG will provide support and reimburse you for the cost of an annual Meetup organizer fee. This is your opportunity to network with your fellow ODTUGers year-round and introduce other Oracle techies who live near you to ODTUG. We hope you take advantage of this opportunity to have ODTUG help you create a strong local network of peers.
For more information on how to #GetInvolved, click here. If you have any questions, please email Haleigh@odtug.com.   


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