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Klondike Conference 2016

Making the Move from FDM Classic to FDMEEDenis Gray

CheckPoint Consulting

Klondike Conference 2016Explore Learn Grow

24 – 26 February 2016

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Denis Gray – Practice Leader – Data & [email protected]

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Klondike Conference 201624 – 26 February 2016

• Ever wanted to fly a drone?• CheckPoint Consulting is raffling off a Drone on Friday. Tickets are obtained

by asking questions at any of the CheckPoint Consulting Presentations

Latest UDI U818A Wi-Fi FPVRC Quad-copter Drone withHD Camera - 2.4GHz 4 CH,6 Axis Gyro RTF

Friday Morning Raffle

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Program Agenda

Overview

Financial Data Quality Overview

FDMEE - How did we get here?

FDMEE New Features

Migration Methods from FDM Classic to FDMEE

FMD to FDM Migration Utility Demo

Questions???

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Safe Harbor StatementThe following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not

a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole

discretion of Oracle.

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Klondike Conference 2016

About the Speaker – Denis Gray

Practice Leader – Data & GovernanceExperience: Over 16 years experience in data integration and Hyperion EPM

✓ 2000 - Started @ Hyperion as a data integration consultant building data marts and data warehouses for EPM solutions

✓ 2005 - Project Manager for Hyperion’s largest implementation ever

✓ 2006 - Moved to development team. Leading the Data Integration Product Management Team – HAL, Go Forward DI Strategy – DIM

✓ 2007 - Acquired by Oracle 2007, moved to Oracle DI Product Management Team, lead NA DI team, ODI, ODQ, ODP, OWB

✓ 2011- Lead WW DI team, ODI, OWB, BEA products, ODSI, OEMM, legacy (HAL, DIM)

✓ 2015 – Lead the Data and Governance Practice for CheckPoint

24 – 26 February 2016

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CheckPoint Overview

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Implementation services provider specializing in Oracle

Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Business

Intelligence (BI) technology and Data Governance

Oracle Platinum Partner

Offices in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, New

Jersey, New York, Michigan, and Texas

Focus on providing complete solutions from

conceptualization through post-implementation support

10 years of exceeding expectations and delivering

results for Fortune 500 organizations

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PRACTICE AREAS

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CheckPoint Consulting provides a blended approach to implementing enterprise systems, including technology, processes and project management.

Finance Data Governance

Technology Advisory Services

Accounting & Compliance

Big Data Cloud Hosting & Managed Services

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Program Agenda

Overview

Financial Data Quality Overview

FDMEE - How did we get here?

FDMEE New Features

Migration Methods from FDM Classic to FDMEE

Real World Examples / Customer Stories / Demo

Questions???

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Klondike Conference 2016

FINANCIAL DATA QUALITY OVERVIEW

24 – 26 February 2016

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Data Governance - People, Process and Technology

People

Process

Technology

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Why Financial Data Quality Management (FDM)?

• FDM helps alleviate data governance issues including the following:– Financial data collection

and transformation– Repeatable processes– Documented Internal

controls– Audit trails with drill-

through– Ability to write-back to

source systems

• Significant business challenges:– Disparate source systems– Inconsistent account

structure– Errors in data and metadata

collection– Financial restatements– Weak controls– Lack of visibility into

processes and controls– Synchronization between

ERP and EPM

• Benefits to following an FDM process:– Increased confidence in

data– Decreased cost of

compliance– Elimination of data integrity

risks– Documented and defined

repeatable processes– Improved cycle times

during periodic processing

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Native ERP and EPM Application product utilities

ODI custom integration to EPM applications

ERP Integrator (ERPI) source adapters, with or without Financial Data Quality Management (FDM)

EPM Data Integration Options

Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition – the next generation ERPI and FDM(and ODI)

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• Native Utilities– Planning Outline Load

Utility• Flat file or table

– Financial Management• Flat file or API

– Essbase• Rules file

– EPMA• ADS file format• Deploy when complete

– Oracle Data Integrator• KM’s for Planning and

Essbase

• Data Relationship Management– Manage metadata in one

location– Can be used for ERP and

EPM applications– Integrate with EPM apps,

or via EPMA– Option for Governance –

DRG• Provides a workflow

on top of the meta data management process

• Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition– Direct ERP Sources– EBS and PeopleSoft– SAP BW supported in

11.1.2.4

EPM Metadata Integration Options

Ask about CheckPoint’s ODI PBCS Solution

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Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition

• Oracle’s solution for the FDM business process– Combines ERP Integrator (ERPI) and FDM into a single product

• Upgrades ERPI to FDMEE with FDM features added• Built on the Fusion Middleware platform• Utilizes Oracle Data Integrator

– First available in EPM release 11.1.2.3 (CY2013)• Existing FDM customers may upgrade to FDMEE

– FDM and FDMEE may be run in parallel• New customers may only install FDMEE

– Legacy FDM not available starting with release 11.1.2.4• Additional license fees are NOT required to migrate to

FDMEE• FDM Adapters – Licensing remains the same

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Klondike Conference 2016

FDMEE – HOW DID WE GET HERE?

24 – 26 February 2016

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FDC Classic vs. FDM Enterprise Edition

FDM Enterprise Edition

* Metadata supported for EBS and PSFT

FDM Classic

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FDMEE – Integration Strategy

• Develop direct “out of the box” integration– Sources prioritized based

on market demand`

• Open Interface Adapter– Use when “out of the

box” integration not available

– Licensing allows modification to ODI packages delivered with FDMEE

– Customer must populate interface table

• File based data loads– Any file format– Delimited or fixed width– Includes majority of

single byte and multi-byte encodings

Simple end user finance tool that provides complete source system coverage

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FDMEE – Main Product FeaturesSource System /Import Format Define sources including files and ERPs, and then map the source columns/fields to dimensions in EPM

applications

Mapping Rules Identify how source dimensionality translates to target dimensionality. This is the heart of the FDMEE application

Data Load Rules Create an integration definition that can be reused each period. Uses a point of view specified by the user for period, category, etc.

Scripting Customize FDMEE processing using Jython or Visual Basic scripting

Reporting Modify seeded reports or create new reports using BI Publisher

Batch Processing Create batch definitions that can be scheduled and run in “offline” mode

Data Synchronization(New in 11.1.2.4) Select EPM Applications as an integration source, including HFM journals

Universal Data Adapter(New in 11.1.2.4.100) Select and source database table or view for direct integration (On-prem only)

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Klondike Conference 2016

FDMEE NEW FEATURES

24 – 26 February 2016

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Data Synchronization

ERP Sources

Profitability and Cost Management and Essbase

HFM and Tax

Planning

• ERP to EPM• EPM to EPM• EPM to ERP

– Write-back supports Budget or Actual

– EBS and PSFT only

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Write-Back and Load Menus Combined

• Only “source” and “target”• ERP can be a data source, or a

write-back target• One way to define

source/target, mapping and workbench

• Scripting supported when writing back

• Additional FDM parity items

Write-back combined with Data Load

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Additional Features

• Graphical import format builder

• Data rule target application options

• Hierarchy based mapping target selector

• Excel interface• Offline mapping rule import

and mapping batch file

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PBCS Data Loading via Data Management (FDMEE)

• Flat file only– Planning or ASO as targets

• Any file format– Fixed width or delimited

• All data must be mapped from source to target

• Robust features provided to manage the data loading workflow process

• Drill-through to source possible if HTTP:// landing page available

• Use log files available from Process Details to investigate issues

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PBCS When to use Data Management (FDMEE)

• File data transformation required– Source includes dimensionality different from

Planning

• Workflow and Audit– Manage and control data from multiple sources

• Drill- through required/desired– Open source file– Drill through via URL

• Many customers start with basic loading, but transition to FDMEE as complexity increases

Ask about CheckPoint’s ODI PBCS Solution

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PBCS Data Extract via Data Management (FDMEE)

• Flat file only– Planning or Essbase ASO

• Use Custom Application as Target– Select option to write to file– Planning as source, custom app as target

• Extract file saved in FDMEE outbox– Filename is <location>_<jobID>.dat

– Click on download link in process details

• Provides additional dimensionality not provided in Planning extract

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PBCS EPMAutomate – EPMAutomate.exe• Second generation command line access

for PBCS• Replaces EPMCopy• Features

– Login, logout, uploadfile, downloadfile– Import, Export data– Refresh cube, runbusinessrule,

runplantypemap, rundatarule, runbatch

– Listfiles, deletefile, import/export snapshot, import/export metadata

Full documentation available at http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/pbcs_common/CSPGS/using_epmctl.html

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FDMEE 11.1.2.4.100 (Available now)

• Migration utility – FDM to FDMEE– Separate patch

• Universal Data Adapter• Financial Close Manager integration• Purge• Load exchange rates to HFM• FDM Map Monitor Report

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Universal Data Adapter

• Create data server and logical schema in ODI

• Create source adapter in in FDMEE and specify the table/view name– Import table/view definition

• Create source system entry• All other FDMEE artifacts the same• Eliminates the need for the Open

Interface table – pull directly from any source

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Safe Harbor StatementThe following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not

a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole

discretion of Oracle.

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FDMEE Long Term

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Klondike Conference 2016

MIGRATION METHODS FROM FDM CLASSIC TO FDMEE

24 – 26 February 2016

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FDMEE Migrations- FDM to FDMEE Utility!

https://blogs.oracle.com/proactivesupportEPM/entry/fdmee_migration_utility

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Oracle FDM to FDMEE Migration Utility

• Supported Versions– FDM 11.1.1.3, 11.1.1.4 or 11.1.2.x– FDMEE 11.1.2.4

• Most FDM artifacts– Except scripts and check rules

• Data from TDATASEG• ERPI upgraded to FDMEE

– Only 11.1.2.x supported if using ERPI with FDM

– Duplicate artifacts may exist after ERPI upgrade and FDM migration

• Oracle or SQL Server

• Migrated artifacts– Target Application– Global and Application Categories– Global and application periods– Logic groups– Check Entity and Check Rule Group– Import Formats– Locations– Mapping Rules– Data with workflow status and drill regions

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FDM to FDMEE Considerations

• Features not migrated from FDM– Certification and Assessment– Tax adapter, Timeline, Enterprise

Adapter– Not all reports and APIs currently

exist in FDMEE• Batch processing included in core

FDMEE– Adapter suite not required by HFM

for batch processing• FDMEE included in Planning and

Budgeting Cloud Service– Scripting/custom reports not included

• Possible to migrate manually! (But why not use the utility?)– Utilize Excel and import/export

functionality of FDMEE– Manually convert scripts– Manually create and convert

application settings– Knowledge of SQL goes a long way

with validation and movement of data

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CheckPoint can help with your FDMEE Migration!• CheckPoint has been using FDM before it was FDM!• CheckPoint has performed many small and large scale FDM Classic to FDM EE

Migrations• Migration should not be a lift and shift!!!!• CheckPoint experts can plan your migration strategy and execute on this strategy• Don’t take our word for it, we can prove it!

Review Convert Validate

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Oracle Confidential

FDMEE Migrations- Tips and Best Practices!

• Was it ever best practices to perform all transformations within FDM Classic!!!

• Migration is not a lift and shift!• Migration will be hybrid and cyclical, use migration utility

to bootstrap FDMEE environment. • Use a combination of migration utility, SQL, and Excel.• Review overall FDM process, and what functionally needs

to be accomplished.• Take advantage of new features in FDMEE.

– Multi-Dimensional Mapping– App to app loading – HFM to HFM

• Utilize the power of ODI!

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Klondike Conference 2016

FDM CLASSIC TO FDME MIGRATION DEMO

24 – 26 February 2016

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FDM Classic to FDMEE Demo Overview

• FDMC Extract Setup• FDMC Extract Data

• Locations• Import Formats• Data Mappings• Validation Rules• App, Categories, Periods,

etc

• FDM Data• FDMEE Data Load Rules

Created

FDM Classic Environment FDM EE Environment

Oracle FDCM to FDMEE Migration Utility

FDM DATA

FDM METADATA

ODI

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Klondike Conference 2016

QUESTION'S ????

24 – 26 February 2016

THANK YOU!!!!DENIS GRAY - [email protected]