Guillaume Slee EPM Services Director, Brovanture – In my latest blog post I take a look at streaming to the OAC Essbase cloud from a MS SQL Server source.
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Entries by Mike Fitzgibbon
Guillaume Slee EPM Services Director, Brovanture – In this blog post I explain how to schedule a backup of your BI and Essbase applications using the esscs/esscli command line REST API wrapper to perform an LCM backup, as well as using the MaxL client to perform data exports.
Guillaume Slee EPM Services Director, Brovanture – In my previous post we saw how it’s possible to bulk import users using a CSV file. Here we look at how we can automate creating/importing users using the IDCS REST API.
Guillaume Slee, EPM Services Director at Brovanture – A key part of Cloud SaaS is integrating it with your existing systems. This blog will show you how to bulk import users manually via the IDCS UI.
Mike Falconer, Brovanture Consultant – Connecting a source system to a forecasting system is rarely straightforward. Therefore, when an opportunity arises to ditch the shackles of extract-based integrations and migrate entirely through the cloud, one must grasp that opportunity with both hands – And I will show you how.
Guillaume Slee, EPM Services Director at Brovanture – Here I will show how easy it is to spin up new OAC instances, create an Essbase instance and a Business Intelligence Enterprise instance.
Sarah Dow, Brovanture Consultant – creating your own dashboards in FCCS is easy when you know how, with each graph facilitating drill down to explore the data in more detail
Lydia Maksoud, Brovanture Consultant – As well as staging table data, Data Management/FDMEE stores various setup components in SQL tables behind the scenes. There are a number of ‘System Maintenance Tasks’ within data management which can be used to update and maintain these hidden tables.
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