Does your organization utilize FDMEE for HFM data integration but other tools for Essbase and Planning? Have you begun migrating to the Oracle EPM cloud and want to enhance your data integration processes? Are you looking for ways to streamline data movement between Oracle EPM products? Are you an FDMEE administrator who wants to learn more about the system, and how to get more out of your company’s investment? If so, then the Definitive Guide to Oracle FDMEE (Second Edition) is the book you’ve been looking for!
This new title merges The Definitive Guide to Oracle FDMEE (First Edition) and Oracle FDMEE Scripting: Essential Elements with new and significantly revised content to create an up-to-the-minute and practical book. It provides not only technical information about the application – and its functionality – but also shares fundamental knowledge about how (and why) the application can (and should) be used. Written by one of the industry’s foremost FDMEE experts, Tony Scalese, chapters have been designed to highlight critical functionality and share real-world deployment strategies.
While FDMEE is an on-premises application, it can integrate not only with on-premises applications but also Oracle EPM Software as a Service (SaaS) Cloud Service offering. FDMEE provides the foundation for Cloud Data Management and Integrations which are embedded in each of the EPM Cloud Services. A deep understanding of FDMEE ensures that integrations built on-premises, or in the cloud, function well and stand the test of time.
In this book, learn about the following, and much more!
> Batch Automation
> Cloud & Hybrid Integration
> Data Synchronization between EPM products
> A Deep Dive into FDMEE Scripting
> Exploration of the FDMEE REST API and EPM Automate
> Cloud Data Management Feature Highlights
> Custom Report Creation
Tony Scalese is an Oracle ACE and industry-recognized expert for data integration within the Oracle EPM suite. He regularly presents at various industry conferences including Kaleidoscope (KScope), Collaborate and Oracle Open World (OOW).
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Tony has written two books previously
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