Why I created a blog

Its been many years since I first created this blog. It has remained true to Essbase and related information over those years. Hopefully it has answered questions and given you insight over those years. I will continue to provide my observations and comments on the ever changing world of EPM. Don't be surprised if the scope of the blog changes and brings in other Hyperion topics.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Kaleidoscope Day 1

Welcome to Kaleidoscope 2010. I’ll try to blog about what is going on here for those of you who could not attend. It may be limited as I’ll be pretty busy. I’ve picked up a few more presentations and I have a lot of commitments during the week. This is Sunday, Day 1. I arrived yesterday with little problem. Taking the Metro to the hotel was easy if not crowded. I got my room at the Marriott. It is bigger than a small country(I think thanks to the number of nights I spend with them).

I’m sitting in the Sunday symposium hosted by oracle. There are about 150 people in the room. I have to say, I will not be saying much if anything about it. We have been cautioned we are not allowed to say anything about what is talked about today (aside from saying Edward’s shirt says he is a tasty villager). The whole day is on Oracle products and future and will be an interesting day.

Tomorrow (Monday) I have two presentations. MDX practical examples and ASO optimization (which I picked up at the last minutes). It will be a long night


Anonymous said...

Please do post all your presentation information for folks who are not attending.

Thank You,

GlennS said...

While I would love to post all of my presentations, They would be much too long for blog postss. They will be available later as downloads from the ODTUG site. Youwill have to register, but registration is free. I also know I'll be doing a couple of them. during the interREl weekly webinars. For instance, I'm doing the load rules presentation in mid July.

Anonymous said...

good day Glenn are there going to be any presentations on Essbase performance in the VM world?

GlennS said...

I don't know of any VM presentations. PErhaps because Oracle does not support Essbase on VMs?