And we're baaaaaack! In this short "Back from the Break!" episode, Anthony and I relay some post-summer updates. We talk about our personal lives and current career directions. We also discuss a couple of notable Oracle Cloud EPM features released over the summer. Finally, we chat about some changes to this podcast, as well as … Continue reading We’re baaaaaack! Performance Management Techcast S2 Ep 9 released!
In this episode we're talking to Kyle Goodfriend and Joe Aultman about the Groovy coding language! Both Kyle and Joe are experts in Groovy and have been working with this technology for years. Check out Kyle's many blog posts about Groovy, as well as his popular online courses on Groovy. You can catch our podcast … Continue reading Performance Management Techcast S2 Ep 8 released!
In this episode we're talking to Mark Rinaldi, Oracle Product Manager on the EPM Cloud Planning team. This month we had a conversation on all things Planning Cloud, especially the modules, and what's up and coming for the Oracle Planning Cloud roadmap at the ODTUG Kscope21 virtual conference. You can catch our podcast on the following … Continue reading Performance Management Techcast S2 Ep 7 released!
This month we're talking to Tony Scalese, Chief Customer Officer at OneCloud and also the ODTUG Kscope21 EPM content chair. This month we had a conversation on all things OneCloud, the data integration space, OneCloud's recent partnership with Anaplan, and what to expect in the Oracle EPM space at ODTUG Kscope21! You can catch our … Continue reading Performance Management Techcast S2 Ep 6 released!
In February 2021, Oracle released a new "clone snapshot" feature to EPM Cloud. It's intended to make the cloning of an environment easier, like when customers want to migrate Test to Prod or even backwards migrate Prod to Test to keep them in sync. In some cases (but keep reading to understand the nuances), it … Continue reading EPM Cloud Update: New Clone Snapshot Feature
I recently had to figure out how to create a Top 5 and Bottom 5 ranked report for a customer. It's been years since I've had to do this, so it was a nice little problem to solve. Management Reporting (MR) has a number of carryover functions from FR. So how does MR translate this … Continue reading Narrative Reporting Series: Creating a Top (and/or Bottom) Report