Redesigning Hyperion Planning – Is going from Block Storage (BSO) to Aggregate Storage (ASO) an option for you?

Presenter: | Jan 5, 2016

Finit has delivered solutions for the office of finance 20 years, beginning in 2002 with a focus on Oracle EPM. In 2011, we were the first OneStream implementation partner and delivered the first OneStream solution to go live. We no longer offer consulting services for Oracle EPM. However, the functional experience and technical expertise built from this experience form the foundation of our industry-leading OneStream practice.
Oracle’s Hyperion Planning is used by thousands of companies around the world for a wide variety of uses – from simple Budget / Plan and Forecast collection to deep predictive analytics.  Business requirements commonly change over time which can necessitate a “redesign” of the Planning process and application.  Oracle Hyperion Planning has also evolved over the years and opportunities have greatly expanded in terms of data storage, calculation engine, performance, and analytics.  Join our webinar to find out how you can leverage these opportunities – whether it be part of a redesign of your existing Planning / Essbase Application or as part of a brand new roll-out.

In this webinar we will walk you through a real life case study of a Hyperion Planning application redesign. Our focus will include:
  • The challenges of a redesign
    • Metadata constraints
    • Performance issues
    • User experience
    • Administration
  • Design options explored
    • Aggregate Storage Option (ASO) vs Block Storage Option (BSO)
    • Map to Reporting and Smart Push
    • Essbase Hybrid
We will explore pros and cons of multiple design options for this application including:
  • Future Maintenance
  • Future Metadata updates
  • Interfaces with:
    • FDM
    • HFM
Finally, discover which design won out and why.


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