Art of BI: Hyperion EPM Architecture Layouts & Guides

By | In Art of BI | November 25th, 2010

Is there a right way to architect a Hyperion EPM infrastructure?  I think the answer to that is yes, and when provided with some straightforward examples, and architectural guidelines by the software creator themselves, Oracle, we can at least gain some semblance of what that looks like.

I tracked these down a while ago and I am posting them here for reference but I also thought that others might find these documents useful.  If not for actual architectural layout and planning, the images contained there-in are definitely helpful for your next presentation slide deck.

The document is really just a look at architecture, while the 11.1.2 document goes into patches, debugging, and some other helpful items to transition from  The 11.1.2 guide also is updated for the Fusion Middleware changes and includes Disclosure Management, Profitability Planning, and the other new components for this release.


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Hyperion 11.1.2 Architecture and Guide

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2 thoughts on “Art of BI: Hyperion EPM Architecture Layouts & Guides”
    1. SRX,

      Seeing how Oracle is always changing things around and breaking links (ex: Oracle By Example, or my OTN articles), without providing historical reference, I have begun to err on the side of caution and take a few extra minutes to mirror a lot of Oracle items that I want to always have available when I need it.

      Thanks for keeping me on my toes though.