Posts Tagged ‘Cloud Service’

Running Oracle BI Apps or OBIEE On Premises? Cloud or No Cloud?

I spend much of my time figuring out what things organizations are doing well when it comes to their enterprise analytics, what makes them better, and how to get there. After a few communications consulting for a new customer, I came to realize that they are likely categorized in one of three groups, most if […]

Why Azure Should Be Part of Your Business Optimization Strategy

Business optimization is all about making investments that will reduce costs while driving efficiency and productivity, and the cloud is a big part of that, because it enables organizations to move quickly and achieve more, while spending less. 42% of IT decision makers planned to increase spending on cloud computing this year, according to Computerworld. […]

Migrating On-Premises Planning Application to PBCS

  Are you currently thinking about migrating your existing on-premises Hyperion Planning application to the Cloud? Are you having reservations about what this process may entail? Well put your reservations aside! Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) makes the migration easy as it essentially has the same code base as on-premises Hyperion Planning release […]

What’s New for Oracle Hyperion DRM 11.1.2.4 – PBCS Integration

With the recent release of EPM suite 11.1.2.4, it’s no big surprise that Data Relationship Management (DRM) becomes an integration tool used with Planning and Budget Cloud Service (PBCS) as Oracle continues to push cloud computing. Hierarchies, nodes and properties can now be shared between DRM and PBCS by using Web interface or the EPM […]

Windows Azure: Retiring Windows Server 2008 and how to upgrade

Beginning on June 2, 2014 Windows Azure will be retiring Windows Server 2008.  This means that you will no longer be able to deploy a new Cloud Service or manage your existing services on virtual machines running Windows Server 2008. Windows Azure currently supports four different GuestOS ‘versions’: GuestOS 1.x – Windows Server 2008 GuestOS […]