You may have heard of the legendary Top Gun meetings of the Hyperion sphere... A lot of people who already worked with the EPM products when they were still "Hyperion" (and some other interested Top Gunners) gathered together in one conference? No?
Well - never mind - now that (more...)
If you were ever looking for answers to the question
- where to find the product compatibility matrices,
- where to go with specific certification requests that you can not find in the compatibility matrices
- how to use the "Certification" Tab in My Oracle Support
- or simply how to kill 5:38 minutes (more...)
Did you ever wonder how to do anything of the following:
- setting up Remote Diagnostic Agent (RDA) against EPM
- use Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware with EPM
- use the Oracle Diagnostic Framework (ODF) with EPM
- use JRockit Mission Control with EPM
This and more will be demonstrated (and recorded for later (more...)
(in via Ian)
Over the last couple of months we have received a number of Service Requests that dealt with questions around Devices and Operating Systems that are supported by OBIEE mobile.
The answer to this can be found in the OBIEE certification matrix ( Tab 5 - Mobile (more...)
This is just a quick reminder that we have another Advisor Webcast on on Thursday.
Maurice named this one "EPM Log file hide and seek", and as he acts as the automation lead for EPM in Proactive Support, he is the guy to speak to when it comes to tracking (more...)
As tracking down logfiles has become similarly difficult, Maurice has prepared two webcasts for our EPM customers, named after the childrens game "Hide and Seek".
EPM Log Hide and Seek (with Hyperion tools) March 21, 2013
EPM Log Hide and Seek (with generic Oracle tools) March 27, 2013
Both of these one-hour session are recommended for technical and functional users investigating EPM-related applications who need to find logs, process logs, analyze environments, access hidden values, and avoid wasting time by using tools written by Oracle developers. Attendees will watch the setup of Remote Diagnostic Agent, Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware, Oracle (more...)
One of the frequent topics that comes up in conversation between support and customers circles around the terminology of "supported", "certified" and in general what systems work with other systems. The following official definition may help to clarify this a bit.
What are certifications?
A certification is a combination of Oracle and third-party products and operating systems that Oracle has tested and should work together.
What is the difference between certified and supported?
Certified is not the same as supported. Each product has its own support policy and timeframe, completely separate to certification. For example, a product combination may have (more...)
(in via Mel)
Ever wondered if a new patch has been released for the EPM product you are using?
Finding a new patch has never been easier with these KM documents!