Thursday, April 9, 2020

Time to Spin up EPM

Oracle Announcement

More analysis will be forthcoming.  I'm inclined to pick the fresh download & install option vs. upgrading from

Of interest: support for Google Chrome is back with this new release, and we finally get Microsoft Edge support as well (bringing EPM on-premises more into parity with EPM Cloud).

Many people have asked me about MS Windows Server 2016 certification, and this new release includes that as well.

On this point, Oracle indicates EPM is on the development roadmap, and Internet Explorer will be de-certified at that time.

Stay tuned!  I haven't seen a release come out this quickly since the Essbase 5.0 fiasco.

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