Oracle Essbase 9 Implementation Guide

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Oracle Essbase 9 Implementation Guide
Joseph Sydney Gomez, Sarma Anantapantula
Type: eBook
Released: 2009
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Page Count: 443
Format: pdf
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1847196861
ISBN-13: 9781847196866
Develop high-performance multidimensional analytic OLAP solutions with Oracle Essbase Build multidimensional Essbase database cubes and develop analytical Essbase applicationsStep-by-step instructions with expert tips from installation to implementationCan be used to learn any version of Essbase starting from 4.Oracle Essbase 9 Implementation ... Textbook x to 11.xFor beginners as well as experienced professionals; no Essbase experience required In Detail The hot new data analysis trends involve business intelligence and analytics. The technology that supports business intelligence and analytics better than anything else is today's multidimensional OLAP technology - and there is none better than Oracle Essbase! Although storing data in a cube and developing analytical applications leaves many people grasping for understanding, especially if their experience is with relational databases, embracing OLAP technology will pay big dividends in the long run. It's easy to develop multidimensional analytic OLAP solutions when you have got this Oracle Essbase book to hand. It is a step-by-step guide to timeless Essbase fundamentals, which takes you from a basic software installation through to launching a fully functioning Essbase database cube. This book will guide you through every stage of installing Oracle's Essbase software on your analytic server, the Essbase Administration Services client, and the client software itself. You will learn, in easy-to-understand language, the concepts of multidimensional database technology as you are taken step by step through building an actual Essbase application complete with database, database calculation scripts, and database report scripts. Once you have your system built and functional, the next course of instruction covers the available automation features included in your Essbase software package and how to use them. These chapters alone are worth the price of admission! As an IT professional you quite rightly have a desire to understand multidimensional OLAP - this book gives you that understanding. Should you wish to embark on an exciting career as an Essbase developer/administrator, this book provides a fantastic foundation from which to grow. Best of all, this book is filled with the tips and tricks that you can only get from many years and countless hours spent playing with Essbase. You get them all in just the time it takes you to complete this book. What you will learn from this book? Dig into the concept of multidimensional database cubes and explore the similarities to and differences from traditional relational databasesBuild effective database outlines including dimensions and membersExtract data from source systems like SQL Sources or Input Data Files and load them into Essbase cubesCreate fast and efficient database calculation scripts for your Essbase applicationsExtract data into reports or downstream systems by writing professional database report scriptsMake your work easier by automating Essbase processes like cube building or running calc and report scriptsGenerate quality dynamic ad hoc spreadsheets and reports by using Microsoft's Excel Add-In effectivelyPerform required and optional maintenance and performance-tuning tasks just like an experienced Essbase administrator Approach This book uses a practical step-by-step approach with the next chapter always building on the knowledge foundation created by the previous chapter.Understanding and really grasping the multidimensional concept is difficult enough without a lot of confusing jargon thrown in. This book speaks to the reader in plain English with plenty of easy-to-follow examples. You will create, build, and maintain data for a fictional automobile company. Who this book is written for? This book is primarily for the IT professional who has a good understanding of IT principles and processes but is a multidimensional OLAP novice. Experienced OLAP professionals will also gain insight from this book.Simply put, if you are in the IT field and wish to gain a functional level of knowledge in the world of Oracle Essbase, whether it be for a developer role or a PM or BA role, this is the book you need. About the Author Joseph Sydney Gomez Joe Gomez has been an Essbase developer, designer, and administrator for almost 10 years. Originally educated as a Graphic Designer in the field of Computer Graphics Technology, Joe took a job as a mainframe Y2K bug fixer and the rest is history. Joe currently works as an Essbase technical specialist and is his company's OLAP Center of Excellence lead. Not a complete computer geek, Joe also enjoys basketball, fishing, bicycle riding, and photography. Volunteer work at a senior citizen apartment, and occasional free-lance design jobs fill out the picture. Oh yes, Joe has a special interest in collecting antique glass telegraph insulators. Sarma Anantapantula Sarma Anantapantula currently works as an Essbase Consultant in the OLAP Center of Excellence at the Ford Motor Company. He has over 11 years of experience in the Software industry as a developer, designer, and administrator and has worked in various technologies involving client-server architecture, and Data Warehousing projects (tools like HOLOS and Essbase). Sarma also has expertise in web interface development (both Microsoft and J2EE). Sarma is a board member of the Hyperion User Group, and has presented on how Essbase is implemented at the Ford Motor Company. He has also published on "Executing DTS Packages from ASP" in ASP Today. Sarma is well known for his magic fixes; he has a fix for any kind of issue in any technology. In his free time, Sarma likes to spend time answering new technology questions in user forums. If he is not in front of computer he will be playing ping pong or chess with family and friends. He also likes listening to The Beatles, and reading English novels. Sarma is known for being ever smiling and friendly, and can be reached at

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