Oracle Hyperion—Now It Looks Like Summer

Eldred Smikle

April 4th, 2011

The word on the street now is the Oracle Hyperion has been pushed out another 60 days. Also, Hyperion EPM Info page on Facebook answered, “We aren’t able to provide an exact date, but the release should be available during the summer months in North America (May – July),” in response to a query about the release.

The good news is Oracle has released an official statement about the upgrade paths to EPM v11.1.2.1 from prior releases. You can read it here.

Over the next few days, I will dig into the details provided in this statement and follow with comments, suggestions, etc.

In the meantime, we all wait.

Eldred Smikle

About Eldred Smikle

Eldred Smikle is the Technical Services Manager for TopDown Consulting. He has over 15 years experience working with Oracle Hyperion Enterprise applications. He specializes in product infrastructure installation and configuration for all Hyperion products. He has worked with a broad base of operating system platforms, relational databases, and Java application servers Microsoft SQL, Oracle, Apache Tomcat, IBM Websphere, BEA Weblogic, and Oracle 10g. A frequent contributor to, Eldred also serves as the publications Oracle Hyperion expert when it comes to reader questions.

2 comments on “Oracle Hyperion—Now It Looks Like Summer”

  1. Jake says:

    Interesting . . . the docs are updated. They now reference I would hope this might indicate a pending release of the software.

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