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  • Hyperion (Enterprise Performance Management): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperion_Solutions http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/ent-performance-bi/performance-management/index.html *1: Management Excellence: How Tomorrow's Leaders Will Get Ahead (PDF) *2: Dimensional Excellence Build it or Buy it? (PDF) EPM & BI: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/ent-performance-bi/index.html
  • ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Another Source/Target: Anaytic Services: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analytic_Services http://www.anser.org/Default.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 Analytic Services Inc. is a not-for-profit public service institute that provides objective studies and analyses to aid decision-makers throughout the national security, homeland security, and public safety communities. Services are delivered through its two operating units: ANSER and the Homeland Security Institute (HSI).      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MySQL: http://www.mysql.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySQL MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) [1] that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. MySQL is officially pronounced /maɪˌɛskjuːˈɛl/ ("My S-Q-L"), [2] but is often also pronounced /maɪˈsiːkwəl/ ("My Sequel"). It is named after developer Michael Widenius ' daughter, My. The SQL phrase stands for Structured Query Language. [3] The MySQL development project has made its source code available under the terms of the GNU General Public License , as well as under a variety of proprietary agreements. MySQL was owned and sponsored by a single for-profit firm, the Swedish company MySQL AB , now owned by Oracle Corporation . [4] Members of the MySQL community have created several forks (variations) such as Drizzle , OurDelta , Percona Server , and MariaDB . All of these forks were in progress before the Oracle acquisition; Drizzle was announced eight months before the Sun acquisition. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IBM Red Brick Wearhouse: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/informix/redbrick/ Red Brick Warehouse is a lean, SQL-based, standard relational database for business intelligence applications. Designed to handle large amounts of data almost effortlessly, this data mart and data warehouse is easy for you to install, use and administer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Kimball ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_SQL_Server#Analysis_Services SQL Server Analysis Services adds OLAP and data mining capabilities for SQL Server databases. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MySAP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySAP_All-in-One SAP All-in-One is SAP 's business software brand for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). It is SAP Business Suite Software that includes a range of products like SAP Customer Relationship Management, SAP ERP , SAP Product Lifecycle Management, SAP Supply Chain Management, SAP Supplier Relationship Management, SAP Human Resources and SAP Financial Management. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Another Source/Target: Anaytic Services: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analytic_Services http://www.anser.org/Default.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 Analytic Services Inc. is a not-for-profit public service institute that provides objective studies and analyses to aid decision-makers throughout the national security, homeland security, and public safety communities. Services are delivered through its two operating units: ANSER and the Homeland Security Institute (HSI).      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MySQL: http://www.mysql.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySQL MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) [1] that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. MySQL is officially pronounced /maɪˌɛskjuːˈɛl/ ("My S-Q-L"), [2] but is often also pronounced /maɪˈsiːkwəl/ ("My Sequel"). It is named after developer Michael Widenius ' daughter, My. The SQL phrase stands for Structured Query Language. [3] The MySQL development project has made its source code available under the terms of the GNU General Public License , as well as under a variety of proprietary agreements. MySQL was owned and sponsored by a single for-profit firm, the Swedish company MySQL AB , now owned by Oracle Corporation . [4] Members of the MySQL community have created several forks (variations) such as Drizzle , OurDelta , Percona Server , and MariaDB . All of these forks were in progress before the Oracle acquisition; Drizzle was announced eight months before the Sun acquisition. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IBM Red Brick Wearhouse: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/informix/redbrick/ Red Brick Warehouse is a lean, SQL-based, standard relational database for business intelligence applications. Designed to handle large amounts of data almost effortlessly, this data mart and data warehouse is easy for you to install, use and administer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Kimball ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_SQL_Server#Analysis_Services SQL Server Analysis Services adds OLAP and data mining capabilities for SQL Server databases. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MySAP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySAP_All-in-One SAP All-in-One is SAP 's business software brand for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). It is SAP Business Suite Software that includes a range of products like SAP Customer Relationship Management, SAP ERP , SAP Product Lifecycle Management, SAP Supply Chain Management, SAP Supplier Relationship Management, SAP Human Resources and SAP Financial Management. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • Reference: Global Price List 17-Sep-2009, page 14 http://www.oracle.com/corporate/pricing/technology-price-list.pdf http://www.oracle.com/support/lifetime-support-policy.html
  • ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Another Source/Target: Anaytic Services: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analytic_Services http://www.anser.org/Default.aspx?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 Analytic Services Inc. is a not-for-profit public service institute that provides objective studies and analyses to aid decision-makers throughout the national security, homeland security, and public safety communities. Services are delivered through its two operating units: ANSER and the Homeland Security Institute (HSI).      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MySQL: http://www.mysql.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySQL MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) [1] that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. MySQL is officially pronounced /maɪˌɛskjuːˈɛl/ ("My S-Q-L"), [2] but is often also pronounced /maɪˈsiːkwəl/ ("My Sequel"). It is named after developer Michael Widenius ' daughter, My. The SQL phrase stands for Structured Query Language. [3] The MySQL development project has made its source code available under the terms of the GNU General Public License , as well as under a variety of proprietary agreements. MySQL was owned and sponsored by a single for-profit firm, the Swedish company MySQL AB , now owned by Oracle Corporation . [4] Members of the MySQL community have created several forks (variations) such as Drizzle , OurDelta , Percona Server , and MariaDB . All of these forks were in progress before the Oracle acquisition; Drizzle was announced eight months before the Sun acquisition. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HFDQM (Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management) http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/ent-performance-bi/hyperion-data-quality-management-066557.html Only to load data but not metadata > ODI can load metadata ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essbase http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/ent-performance-bi/analytics-link-065903.html Essbase is a multidimensional database management system (MDBMS) that provides a multidimensional database platform upon which to build analytic applications. Essbase, whose name derives from "Extended Spread Sheet dataBASE", began as a product of Arbor Software, which merged with Hyperion Software in 1998. Oracle Corporation acquired Hyperion Solutions Corporation in 2007, as of 2009 [update] it markets Essbase as "Oracle Essbase". Until late 2005 IBM also marketed the product — as DB2 OLAP Server. [1] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • ==================================================== Customer Reference Search (Internal): http://ias.us.oracle.com/portal/page?_pageid=33,1,33_33415:33_1544423&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL Customer Reference Search (External): http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/customers/customersearch/index.html?Keyword=ODI ==================================================== AU ODI References: ---- Knowledge Global Drives Sustainability on Fusion Middleware (Essbase!) http://knowledgeglobal.org/index.php Company:  Knowledge Global Location: Sydney, Australia   HTM  |   Published on 10/07/10 Essbase/ODI/OBIEE ---- http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/issue-archive/2009/09-nov/o69awards-100810.html ROSS SHARMAN GREEN IT ARCHITECT OF THE YEAR http://www.greenit.org.au/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_IT Winner Specs Name: Ross Sharman Job title/description: Director Company: Knowledge Global Location: Torrensville, Australia Award: Green IT Architect of the Year 2009 ICT: Information and Communication Technologies http://wwwictliteracy.info%2Fgreenict.htm&rct=j&q=ICT%20green%20IT&ei=NHkqTai9DIOIvgOiudiZAg&usg=AFQjCNHtDMUIlG_TAgL5mWnBGlYQcpLkmg&sig2=V6nRl04vPNjaM9cQIQsYAw&cad=rja Architect saves energy for businesses and at home. As the world economies move toward an increased focus on energy conservation, the monitoring, measuring, and forecasting of energy consumption has become an increasingly important task. That’s where the Oracle technology-based Knowledge Global environmental management solution comes in. The hosted application helps organizations gather electrical, water, and gas information from buildings and align it with operational behaviors to track measurements and identify potential efficiencies. “ We needed a robust and scalable system that we could deploy globally,” says Ross Sharman, director of Knowledge Global and Oracle Magazine ’s Green IT Architect of the Year. “That’s why we selected Oracle —they can deliver on that.” Sharman has built an innovative environment management and monitoring system that leverages Oracle technologies, including Oracle Database, Oracle business intelligence solutions, Oracle Data Integrator, and Oracle Essbase. The solution helps organizations measure; predict; and, over time, reduce their energy consumption and carbon emissions. But lowering energy consumption for business is not enough. “ You’ve got to practice what you preach,” says Sharman. “I’ve got electrical meters in my home to monitor my family’s energy use; one benefit of these behavioral tools is that my four-year-old daughter now turns off lights and televisions when they’re not in use.” ==================================================== City of Copenhagen (Denmark): http://database.us.oracle.com/pls/htmldb/f?p=114:18:663027501341372::::P18_CUST_CODE:22007 ODI FY08 WIN Local gov, city, municipality ODI and Nordics APRIL 09 Please not project is still to be deployed. Do NOT contact customer in direct but ask to Oracle contacts. The City of Copenhagen has recently established a new strategic business unit to develop BI projects with offerings across to their seven independent divisions in the organization. ODI was sold as a part of BI solution including the following: - OBI-EE+ - Oracle Database Enterprise Edition - Real Application Testing - Data Integrator Target Database - OLAP Option - Warehouse Builder Enterprise ETL - Warehouse Builder Data Quality - Warehouse Builder Connector, ESB The technical details of the solutions can be described by Solution architect, Jan Cordtz Strong competition from SAS that already has a heavy footprint in several divisions of City of Copenhagen. SAS was the most natural choice for the customer both in regards to the political level and protection of the existing SAS investment Microsoft was also a strong competitor Public tender but our partner Platon A/S was running the tender process together with the customer and strongly supported and recommended Oracle. Existing database and e-business customer just entered a 3-year Hyperion implementation for a new budget system. The POC was convincing and the price combined with the high level of willingness for succeeding showed by the Oracle team towards the customer project team. Break through not only in regards to all our competitors in the BI market but also towards specifically SAS and Microsoft that both already have a large engagement with the customer. City of Copenhagen is the largest company in Denmark and is a very important reference towards the public market Jan Cordtz Michael Plenov Pia Veirum ------------------- http://database.us.oracle.com/pls/htmldb/f?p=114:18:663027501341372::::P18_CUST_CODE:24276 TDR d.o.o. Rovini (Croatia) ODI FY10 Q4 win Partner IN2. won against SAP BO See complete win story Oracle succesfully presented overall TDR's infrastructure "big picture" where ODI fits just perfectly due to the several reasons: - ODI is very efficient tool for extracting data from heterogeneous systems, - ODI include knowledge module for loading data to Essbase and Oracle EPM applications in which customer was very interested - TDR already has Oracle iAS inplace and planned to migrate to WebLogic, so ODI perfectly fitted into their future SOA/Integration strategy. Question about OWB vs ODI did pop up during the sales process, especially since - before Oracle acquired ODI - we have been presenting OWB to TDR, and since OWB is the most popular and most commonly used ETL tool in Croatia, but we positioned ODI as a package including both technologies, as well as pointing out ODI integration inside of OWB, but since they have many disparate data sources, we positioned ODI as a right choice for their needs. The greatest importance to them was the tool ability to efficiently extract data from SAP datasource, and the partner experience with the projects where DW was built on top of SAP. We managed to satisfy their requests, and successfully brought this deal to completion Implementation of Financial data mart, migration of Sales data mart from Discoverer to new BI technology, Business Intelligence Server Enterprise Edition – 45 Named User Plus Perpetual Data Integrator and Application Adapter for Data Integration – 2 Processor Perpetual Interactive Dashboard Option – 45 Named User Plus Perpetual Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Plus – 50 Named User Plus Perpetual Oracle Database Enterprise Edition – 2 Processor Perpetual Oracle Essbase Plus – 25 Named User Plus Perpetual WebLogic Suite – 30 Named User Plus Perpetual Was SAP actually in the account or just competing with BO - was there an RFP? SAP ERP modules were implemented in TDR in 2004., and in 2009. TDR upgraded their SAP application to version 6.0. TDR wanted to provide their management with faster reporting system, standardization of reports through whole company, and consolidate data from multiple applications and datasources. They were looking for BI solution which would be technologically and visually better than existing one (Discoverer), and that could satisfy their needs in following years. They demanded that new BI system provide their business users with the ability to easily create reports on their own, lowering their dependence on IT in this segment. Also, new BI solution should be open to further functionality extensions like KPIs and planning. VTT (Finland) Healthcare: ODI ETL EPB to Hyperion Planning migration ODI FY08 win Win against Cognos 1st ODI implementation using Hyperion Planning Adapters in EMEA --> Testing in the Demo Image before suggesting the approach - limited implementation time: 4 months to complete the reporting, budgeting and forecasting parts --> extended client responsibilities in the areas of testing and training, carefully packaged migration proposal (what is included and what is not) - lack of local Hyperion consulting knowledge in the beginning of the project --> Essbase and Planning training arranged by Hyperion UK and Hyperion ODI and Nordics Auchan (France): Retail / Distribution Active Integration Hub (AIH)-MDM. Worldwide master data in an Oracle Hub synchronized by ODI Active Integration Hub (AIH). Auchan manage worldwide their master data in an Oracle Hub synchronized by ODI, Oracle Data Integrator MDM Partner Aldata Hyperion + BI ODI FY08 win High volumes ====================================================

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  • 1. Oracle Fusion Middleware for Hyperion EPM Fumiko Yamashita January 10 th , 2011 Safe Harbor Statement: The views expressed on this presentation are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle. The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making a purchasing decision. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is Hyperion?
    • Customer References
  • 3. Hyperion and Fundamental BI
    • BI: a platform to build BI reports – technical solutions
      • Tools to build web-reports based on revenue/HR/ tables
      • Benefits: Downside:
      • - Flexible - Takes time to build/implement/manage/upgrade ( 2)
    • Hyperion (EPM): a packaged application with business performance monitoring reports – business solutions
      • For ERP Apps - EBS, PSFT, SAP
      • For Industries - Financial, Government
      • Manages planning (capital asset, workforce, operation, margin), budgeting, forecasting, profitability & cost management, corporate strategies ( 1) , data relationship management (MDM), risk & compliance
      • Benefits: Downside:
      • - Quicker to implement for specific needs - Expensive
      • - Fairly flexible - Dependent > Oracle’s advantage
  • 4. OFM Integration with Hyperion Web Content, Digital Assets, Documents, Records, Images Content Management
    • EPM Management Pack
      • Performance Monitoring
      • Automation
      • Configuration Management
      • Diagnostics
    • Supporting Oracle Instance
    Oracle Cluster Services for Essbase Server Integration with OPMN Integration with Oracle Diagnostics Logging Integration with Repository Creation Utility Integration with Oracle Audit Framework Embedded Oracle WebLogic Embedded Oracle Web Server BPEL Integration, ODI, OGG SSO with Web Center
  • 5. Hyperion Versions and Supported Platforms
    • What kind of applications are you integrating with Hyperion?
      • This is only for a reference. I’m still in a process to refine it to make it more accurate.
    Web Server App Server Repository DB Source/ Target Included restricted-use license System 9
    • MS IIS
    • Apache
    - Apache Tomcat - WebLogic - IBM WebSphere - Sun Java Ent Sys - Oracle iAS 10gR2
    • IBM DB2
    • MS SQL Svr
    • Oracle
    • MySQL
    • DB: ERP:
    • IBM DB2 - SAP R/3
    • Informix - mySAP
    • MySQL Standard:
    • ODBC (Orcl) - ODBC, JDBC
    • Red Brick OLAP:
    • Sybase - MS SQL Svr AS - Teradata - IBM DB2 OLAP Svr
    • - NetWeaver BI
    • - SAP BW
    11i (Talleyrand)
    • Oracle HTTP Svr
    • MS IIS
    - WebLogic 11gR1 - MS .NET required only for DRM, etc.
    • Oracle
    • IBM DB2
    • MS SQL Svr
    • Oracle - Progress
    • IBM DB2 - Netezza
    • IBM Informix - Hyperion
    • SAP BW - Oracle BIEE
    • SAP R/3 - Oracle PeopleSoft
    • Sybase - Oracle EBS
    • Teradata - MySQL
    ODI for data load to Hyperion only Oracle BIEE
    • Oracle HTTP Svr
    • Apache
    • MS IIS
    • WebLogic
    • MS .Net
    • Oracle
    • IBM DB2
    • MS SQL Svr
    • Oracle
    • IBM DB2
    • MS SQL Svr
    • Teradata
    OC4J / WLS SE
  • 6. Hyperion Support Schedule
    • What version of Hyperion are you using?
    GA Date Premier Support Ends Extended Support Ends Sustaining Support Ends 9.0 Sep 2005 Not Available Not Available Jun 2010 9.2 Jun 2006 Jun 2010 Not Available Indefinite 9.3 Jan 2007 Jan 2012 Not Available Indefinite 11i 11.1.1 Jul 2008 Jul 2013 Not Available Indefinite 11i 11.1.2 Apr 2010 Apr 2015 Apr 2018 Indefinite
  • 7. Support Comparison At the end of the price list Benefit Premier (5 yrs) Extended (3 yrs) Sustaining Cost (% of license fee): 22% +10% (year 6) +20% (year 7 & 8) 22%
    • Major product and technology releases
    • Technical support
    • Access to Support Portal
    • Updates, fixes, security alerts, and critical patch updates
    Pre-existing
    • Tax, legal, and regulatory updates
    Pre-existing
    • Upgrade scripts
    Pre-existing
    • Certification with existing third-party products/versions
    • Certification with most new Oracle products
    • Certification with most new third-party products/versions
  • 8. Hyperion Versions and Supported Platforms Hyperion Planning, FM, DQM
    • Version 9 and before:
    • Hyperion Application Link (HAL, OEM from Informatica) was used to load/unload data. Premier Support ended with 9.2 in June 2010. 9.3 – 11.1.3 can use HAL via 9.2 Adapter., but it’s not supported. After11.1.3, it no longer works with 9.2 HAL technically.
    • Customers are exposed to risk of using unsupported data unload tool.
    11g: Restricted-use ODI license included
    • Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management (FDQM/FDM) can be used to create data profiling and load/unload data.
    • However, ODI is more powerful and flexible. (i.e. FDM can’t load metadata but ODI can)
    • May require ODI or other ETL tools
    • Hyperion drill-back features to EBS requires full-use ODI.
    11g: Full-use ODI license required > LMS FDM ODI Hyperion journals are not exposed, so customer can’t export the journal data manually or with unsupported tools. Essbase Pre-canned reports only for EPM Other Apps/custom apps Financial Supply Chain Mngmt CRM Oracle iAS Oracle EBS Financial Supply Chain Mngmt CRM Oracle iAS
  • 9. OFM/ODI Benefits for Hyperion customers
    • Top-level support
      • By moving away from HAL 9.2 to ODI
    • Flexible & powerful ETL
      • High performance light-weight data extraction & transformation by processing in the source/stage/target systems <> Other ETL Tools usually require huge staging system.
      • Heterogeneous support <> no other ETL tool supports as many sources as ODI
      • Achieve complex and flexible data transfer/transformation/massaging with one tool
      • Out-of-the-box integration with many apps & latest technologies (Web Services, etc.)
    • Easier to deploy & manage
      • Common Technology Architecture for EPM Applications
      • Utilise BAM/OSB/BPEL/SOA
      • One vendor for product support
      • Lower Cost of Ownership of EPM applications through the use of Common Stack
      • Single management console - OEM
      • Single Oracle Security Stack
      • Automated Privileges in BI with inheritance from BI Applications
  • 10. Agenda
    • What is Hyperion?
    • Customer References
  • 11. Australian Customer References
    • A sustainability-focused company for carbon market. KG provides a technology enabler EMMA (Environmental Measurement & Management Application)
    • Spent lots of investments on sustainability structures, but weak links exist in an ability to measure and manage continuous improvement cycles, & needed integration and analyse data from operational/historical/forecasting reporting. High-level scientific technical requirements. KG believes Oracle can provides that integrated solution
    • ODI for ETL tool to integrate various data sources, aggregator
    • Essbase for high-level analytics and predictive reports
    • BIEE for flexible planning/historical/operational reports/alerts
    • An Australian-wide ICT industry body that is empowering the community through awareness and knowledge to adopt environmentally sustainable business practices providing credible, unbiased information and through direct engagement with a range of stakeholders including the IT industry, government and NGOs
    • Needed a robust and scalable system that we could deploy globally. Green IT Architect believes Oracle can deliver it.
    • The hosted application helps organizations gather electrical, water, and gas information from buildings and align it with operational behaviors to track measurements and identify potential efficiencies
    • The solution helps organizations measure; predict; and, over time, reduce their energy consumption and carbon emissions
    • has built an innovative environment management and monitoring system
    • Oracle Database, Oracle business intelligence solutions, Oracle Data Integrator, and Oracle Essbase
    Sydney, Australia VIC/NSW/WA Australia