Here's the link: Support Expiration Dates
Date: 2019-11-22Subtopic: EPM
Dave Shay, Datavail
Extended Support deadlines are drawing near for the technology undergirding on-premises Oracle EPM/Hyperion systems. Learn about vendor Extended Support deadlines for Java, Oracle JRockit, Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Linux, and Oracle EPM 184.108.40.206 and prior, and learn how they will affect your EPM/Hyperion applications. While some of these dates are a few years away, others are not, which may surprise you.
Also, learn about implications of an upgrade vs. moving to the cloud if your system is subject to Sarbanes-Oxley or similar change audit controls. If your Oracle EPM system is subject to these controls, take note of ways to avoid being red-flagged in a future year’s SOX audit.
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