Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Hyperion, Web Analytics, Inspiration, Keeping Your Sanity, Performance, EBS


There's a great series starting up over at the In 2 Hyperion blog: Free Tools for Hyperion Professionals, starting with a link on documenting business rules in a format more readable/convenient than XML: Document Business Rules. (What, you don't read XML for pleasure?)

Some valuable notes on Debugging the EPM Configurator over at Tim Tow's Hyperion Blog.

Web Analytics

Edgewater Technology blog has started a series on web analytics. It's titled Ten Steps You Can Take to Improve Your Web Analytics Program, and you can find part 1 here, and part 2 here.

Inspiration (and Performance)

Two great postings over at Cary Milsap's blog:

It's the end of the year, a time for assessments and resolutions. A good place to start the review is this posting by Cary Milsap, Oracle performance guru and all-around genius: The “Do What You Love” Mirage.

And for one of the best summaries of how to do performance on someone else's system (with many lessons for doing it on your own): My Whole System Is Slow. Now What?

Keeping Your Sanity

The article is on tracking parameter changes, which doesn't seem to be directly linked to the topic of keeping one's sanity, unless, of course, you've been through several days of tracking a very exotic and sporadic 'bug' only to discover that it was actually caused by the setting of a non-default value to something that caused the problem. Now if only there were a function that generated a ruler to slap the hands of people approaching the initialization parameters without due diligence....Tracking Parameter Changes over at Kerry Osborne's Oracle blog.


Richard Foote has some valuable input in his series: The CPU Costing Model: A Few Thoughts


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