After taking some time off for the New Year, I finally had time to sit down and research why things we're looking quite right.
The Death Star is now operational!
Now the fun really begins... working through application migrations from an Oracle EPM 188.8.131.52 instance to an Oracle EPM 11.2 instance.
At first glance, Essbase is looking to be a piece of cake. I need to spend time digging through some of the guides to see how we'll deal with, for example, FDMEE making a big leap from 184.108.40.206-based technology to 12c.
I like how the ODI 12c Console is automatically installed where it is needed. This is nice improvement!
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