The East Coast gets some EPM Love…#GaTechDays17


For those longing for some good Oracle technical content on the East cost, you are in luck. May 9th-10 the Georgia Oracle User Group will be hosting Tech Days – a two day event in Atlanta. The conference committee has done a great job attracting some of the best experts in the fields of Database, Big Data, Middleware, and Applications, including some hands-on training.

Of course, Mercury Technology will be there in full force armed with information on managed cloud hosting.

I will be presenting the following session on the second day:

Title: Maintaining, Monitoring, Administering, and Patching Oracle EPM Systems

Abstract: 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

Check out the event’s web site for more information on the planned events and scheduled sessions:

Icing on the cake?  Registration to the event includes a 1 year membership the user group… all for under $300.

Register for Tech Days here:

Hope to see you there!

~ by Eric Helmer on March 30, 2017.

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