Essbase aso implementation


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: This course shows you implementation methodology for Essbase ASO and how to deploy aggregate storage databases in Oracle Essbase. You learn the fundamental differences between block storage and aggregate storage databases and requirements for database design and deployment. You learn how to convert existing block storage database outlines to aggregate storage and how to create aggregate storage databases. You also learn about database partitioning as it relates to aggregate storage databases and about MDX for building member formulas. You finish with an in-depth discussion of time intelligence.

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Essbase aso implementation

  1. 1. Mastering Oracle Essbase ASO Implementation Topic Name Oracle Essbase for System Administrator Duration (Hours) 30 Hours Deliverables  Students Guides  Lab Guides  Video Tutorials of missing classes  Interview Question  Project implementation artifacts Fees INR 10,000 Contact Info,kapil.devang@bisptrainings.comContact Point :Amit Shamraamit.sharma@ bisptrainings.comkapil.devang@bisptrainings.comessbasexpects.wordpress.comlearnodi.wordpress.comlearnoraclebi.wordpress.comlearnplanning.wordpress.comlearnsqlquery.wordpress.comlearncognosreports.wordpress.combispsolutions.wordpress.comodinetwork.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Essbase Overview  The Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System  The Oracle BI Foundation Suite  The Essbase analytic solutionAggregate Storage Overview  Aggregate storage key characteristics and design considerations  Understanding the aggregate storage production cycle  Creating aggregate storage outline hierarchiesDesigning Data Descriptor Dimensions  Understanding data descriptor dimensions  Designing time, scenario, and accounts dimensionsDesigning Business View Dimensions  Understanding business view dimensions  Using attributes in database design  Designing primary and secondary hierarchiesLoading Data  Understanding the aggregate storage data loading process  Using data load buffers  Loading data incrementallyCreating Reports with Smart View  Understanding the Smart View architecture and user interface  Connecting to data sources  Working with shared and private connectionsAggregating Data  Understanding the data aggregation process  Optimizing aggregations  Designing and running aggregations with the Aggregation Design wizardManaging Aggregate Storage Databases  Managing tablespaces  Exporting aggregate storage data  Optimizing data compression  Managing storage caches  Optimizing outline
  3. 3.  Understanding disk space management options  Backing up aggregate storage applications  Viewing database statisticsCreating Basic MDX Queries  MDX Overview  Understanding MDX formula components and structure  Identifying dimensions and members in MDX  Identifying tuples and setsCreating MDX Formulas  Using Member Formula Editor  Creating mix calculations  Using MDX conditional calculation tools  Deriving variancesTime Intelligence Overview  Understanding the benefits of time intelligence  Establishing time intelligence in aggregate storage applications  Using the Create Date-Time Dimension wizardBuilding Time Intelligent Models  Creating a date-time dimension  Using standard calendar types  Defining member date rangesLoading Data Mapped to Dates  Identifying date hierarchies  Performing date-based data loads  Using date-string formatsCreating Time Period Reports  Identifying linked attributes  Understanding periodic associations  Creating linked attribute reportsCalculating Time-Based Metrics  Understanding time dimension designs  Creating analytics dimensions  Calculating time-based metrics  Using MDX date
  4. 4. Time Balance Calculations  Using time balance tags  Using flow tagsPartitioning Overview  Identifying data transfer methods  Understanding database partition types  Identifying the best partition type to use  Resolving partition overlaps  Following partitioning guidelinesCreating Database Partitions  Designing partitions  Creating partitions  Evaluating partition designsCreating Custom Calculations  Understanding the workflow for creating custom calculations  Specifying calculation criteria  Writing and executing custom calculationsCreating Allocations  Understanding the workflow for creating ASO allocations  Specifying allocation criteria  Specifying allocation and rounding methods  Executing