TheITSide: Upcoming Webinars and Events

Don’t miss the following events coming this year.

 

FEBRUARY

OAUG Hyperion SIG Webinar: Introduction to the EPM On-Prem/Cloud Hybrid Deployment

Thu, Feb 23, 2017 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST

Recent cloud offerings have introduced many options companies have to deploy, maintain, and integrate EPM systems. With so many options from Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and traditional on-premise systems, customers are striving to understand the most cost-conscious solution without sacrificing security, stability, and performance. The truth is that there is no one-size fits-all and for the foreseeable future, companies will be opting for a best-of-breed mixed hybrid solution that makes the best sense. Join Oracle ACE Director Eric Helmer as he walks through each model, the pros and cons, and real world case studies of how it can all work together in this in-depth unbiased evaluation of the new hybrid cloud phenomenon.
Register here

 

APRIL

Collaborate 2017 Conference: The Great Reveal: The Real Cost and Effort of Maintaining and Administering Hyperion and BI

April 2nd, Las Vegas, NV

How much time do companies spend maintaining Hyperion? How much money are is spent on day-to-day maintenance and administration activities? Wouldn’t it be great if we could analyze the man-hours and quantify the costs associated with the required care-and-feeding? Join Oracle ACE Director Eric Helmer as he candidly discusses the real-world activities of administrators, tips on how to automate, and options businesses have to reduce these expensive tasks.

Register here

MAY

Georgia Oracle User Group Tech Days 2017:  Maintaining, Monitoring, Administering, and Patching Oracle EPM Systems

May 9-10, Atlanta, GA

We all have to do it, right? But what actually needs to be done? Who needs to do it? How long does it take? To understand the true value of our Oracle EPM system, we must quantify and understand the level of effort needed to maintain and administer the system. Total cost of ownership not only includes licensing and hardware, but we must also factor in the human resources needed for care and feeding. Join Oracle ACE Director Eric Helmer as he outlines what companies generally require to administer Hyperion environments and how to make those activities as efficient as possible.

– Learn what it takes to maintain a Hyperion system day to day
– Understand the overall human resources needed
– Learn options organizations have to reduce the costs and efforts

Register here

JUNE

Kscope 17:  Unbiased Comparison: Evaluating All Deployment Options for Hyperion EPM – SaaS vs. IaaS vs. On-Prem

June 25-29, San Antonio, TX

Today, the word “cloud” is everywhere, and it’s causing a lot of confusion. Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) are completely different solutions but are all considered “cloud.”

This session will compare and contrast the different available options Oracle customers have to deploy Oracle EPM. It will break down all Oracle’s cloud offerings, IaaS, third-party hosting, traditional on-premise deployments including Exalytics, and hybrid approaches.

This session will read between all marketing lines and discuss what’s possible and what’s a bit overstated. It will cover differences in functionality, data integration, security, flexibility, and scalability. Finally, we will evaluate the differences in costs, including hardware, software licensing, and ongoing maintenance.

If you are looking to make a decision on how best to deploy, upgrade, or outsource Oracle EPM this is a don’t miss session.

Register here

 

~ by Eric Helmer on January 26, 2017.

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