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Essbase Cloud vs. On-Premise: What’s the Difference?

The decision between Essbase cloud and on-premise may not be a clear-cut one. In this article, we’ll discuss the differences between Essbase Cloud and on-premise.

Tom Hoblitzell | March 12, 2020

9 Reasons to Migrate to Essbase 19c Cloud

Datavail’s Essbase experts deliver 9 reasons why companies should look at migrating to Essbase 19c Cloud.

Tom Hoblitzell | November 6, 2019

What Does Essbase 19c Mean for Me if I’m on 11.x, 12c, or OAC?

If you’re thinking about upgrading to Essbase 19c, here’s how it will affect your existing applications like E/PBCS, OAC, BIFS, and more.

Tom Hoblitzell | October 24, 2019

What’s Coming this Fall in Essbase 19c

At Kscope 2019, Oracle announced the upcoming release of Essbase 19c. The estimated release date isn’t far off – read about what’s coming in this blog post.

Tom Hoblitzell | October 18, 2019

Kscope Recap: Big Changes to Oracle EPM Cloud

At Kscope 2019, Oracle declared some changes to Oracle EPM. This article will discuss how Oracle EPM will be different moving forward and what it could mean for you.

Dave Shay | September 3, 2019

Kscope Recap: Big Changes with Essbase 19c

There were a lot of changes to the Oracle Analytics product suite announced at Kscope19 this year. This post talks about what’s new in Essbase 19c.

Tom Hoblitzell | August 20, 2019

2019 Oracle Analytics Summit Brings New Vision

Here’s what we learned at the Oracle Analytics Summit.

Datavail | July 12, 2019

Kscope 2019 – Candid Thoughts

Datavail’s practice lead and Hyperion expert shares his two cents on the announcements made by Oracle at Kscope 2019 in Seattle, WA.

Dave Shay | July 8, 2019

How to Make the Call When You’re Looking at EPM Cloud

This post goes over what you need to know about the nuances of some of Oracle’s most popular cloud offerings.

Wayne Bates | May 15, 2019