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Oracle EPM On-Premises Release 11.2

The On-Premises version of Oracle EPM 11.2 is now available for Windows Server 2019 with Linux support to follow. On December 18th, 2019 it was officially released and the software is now available for download.

Version 11.2 has Premier Support through 2030 and that will likely be extended. The current version of is set for end of life in 2021.

This will be your last major upgrade as 11.2 is now part of “Applications Unlimited” where enhancements are driven by customer needs and priorities. You will no longer have to large major upgrade every few years but will get bug fixes and new features in smaller PSUs.

Oracle EPM 11.2 will now support Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. It is certified to run on Windows 2019, Oracle 12.2 and Microsoft SQL Server 2016 with newer versions of SQL Server supported in future PSU’s.

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The supported migration path will be an out of place migration. Install 11.2 onto new servers and migrate from the old environment. The upgrade path will be from, including and Note that Financial Close Management can only be upgraded from version to the latest patch level. Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition must be PSU .220. This is the Patchset included with .700 and .900.

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The 11.2 documentation is available online as well as the release notes.

EPM Architect has been deprecated and as a replacement, a restricted use Oracle Data Relationship Management is available.  A migration kit is available to assist in the migration for EPMA to DRM.

The 11.2 software is using the same code set as with enhancements so the actual software should look familiar as you dig in and navigate through the screens.

Enhancements for Oracle EPM 11.2 include:

  • Hyperion Financial Management
    • Automated consolidations (Configurable by admin)
    • Native Metadata Editor (Replaced metadata management)
    • Purging source tables after import
    • Performance improvements (SV, DB batch processing, etc.)
    • Linux Support
  • Hyperion Planning
    • Smart Push
    • Dimension Editor SV extension
    • Extended Attribute support
    • Valid Intersections
  • Data Relationship Management
    • Batch scripts to ease EPMA replacement
    • Enhanced DRG experience
    • DRG mass approvals
    • SFTP connection

The following software is no longer supported in 11.2:

  • Hyperion Financial Management
    • Financial Management Analytics
    • Essbase Analytics Link for Hyperion Financial Management
    • Quantitative Management and Reporting for Solvency
  • Hyperion BI+
    • Interactive Reporting (IR)
    • Production Reporting (SQR)
    • Web Analysis (WA)
  • Hyperion Planning
    • Hyperion Strategic Finance
    • Crystal Ball (replaced by Predictive Planning)
    • Simplified User Interface (SUI)
    • Workforce Planning
    • Capital Expense Planning
    • Project Financial Planning
    • Offline Planning
  • Additional
    • EPM Architect (EPMA)
    • Disclosure Management
    • EPM Mobile

Now that we have the Oracle EPM 11.2 software, stay tuned to upcoming blogs apart of a series covering:

  • Downloading the new Oracle EPM 11.2 software
  • Install Oracle EPM 11.2 onto Windows 2019
  • Configuring Oracle EPM 11.2
  • Migrating from to Oracle EPM 11.2 Planning, HFM, FDMEE & RAA.


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Anthony Taliaferro

Anthony Taliaferro is A Senior Technical Consultant with Perficient's EPM practice. He is also an Oracle University certified instructor teaching ODI, FDMEE as well as the EPM installation and configuration classes.

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