How to Get the Most Out of Essbase in the Cloud

Paul Hoch

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June 21st, 2017


Essbase in the Cloud has been eagerly anticipated and now that it is finally here we will explore how Essbase in the Cloud can replace, enhance or serve the same role as your current on-premise Essbase environment. And now is your chance for a thorough look at Essbase in the Cloud, including a look at the differences between on-premise Essbase and the Cloud offering, what you’re getting and what you’re giving up, best practices for working with Essbase in the Cloud, particularly if you are running a Hybrid EPM Solution plus tips and tricks for how to make the most of Essbase in the Cloud. Join me (Paul Hoch ) and Ludovic De Paz at Kscope17. In addition to an application deep dive, we will also review features like calculations, currency conversions, sandboxes, and other key things you need to know to get started. And we will support the discussion with real-world examples. You will leave with a solid understanding of how to work with Essbase in the Cloud so that you can start taking advantage of all it has to offer.

In addition, during the session, we will answer questions like,

  • What does Essbase in the Cloud look like? What do you get with it?
  • What functionality do I gain and lose moving from on-premise Essbase to the Cloud?
  • What other Oracle Hyperion tools can tie into Essbase in the cloud?
  • What app diagnostics are provided by Oracle?

Sound good? Join me and Ludovic De Paz on Wednesday, June 28 at 4:15 p.m. for a look at Essbase in the Cloud. Don’t forget that TopDown’s experts are presenting seven other sessions at Kscope17. We’re covering the gamut of topics:

Extreme Calc Manager – Ludovic De Paz and Ron Moore

Elevating Your Workforce Planning Solution to the Cloud – Nick Blazosky and Ludovic De Paz

Case Study: How Suez slashed cycle times and improved service levels with Hybrid Aggregation  – Ron Moore and Brian Brockway, Suez

DRG – Creating Workflows in DRMSteve Davis

Handling Textual Data in Planning and Essbase—A Starbucks Case Study – Juan Porter and Rhonda Brigham, Starbucks

Hybrid Cloud – A Solution for a Business ProblemPaul Hoch and Steve Davis

Agile/Scrum, a new way to manage your project development and deliveryR. Michael Smith

How to Get the Most Out of Essbase in the Cloud –  Paul Hoch and Ludovic De Paz


Paul Hoch

About Paul Hoch

Paul Hoch has over 15 years of EPM and Hyperion experience, specializing in Essbase and Planning. He has successfully completed large-scale EPM implementations for clients in industries ranging from retail to government and financial services to health care. Paul has served as solution architect and team lead for implementations and he has developed and delivered advanced team training.

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