UAC Is a Luxury EPM Can’t Afford
by Jeff Henkel | Uncategorized | No Comments

There are times when the realities of product design meet the harsh world of security requirements.  This seems to happen more and more often, and one of the more glaring culprits is UAC.   We here at iArch Solutions are great proponents of security, and take the role of securing environments very seriously.  We are also […]

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations 2020 Certified Associate Issued to Joe Malewicki, Jr.
by Elysha Daly | Uncategorized | No Comments

iArch Solutions President, Joe Malewicki, Jr., has become an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Foundations 2020 Certified Associate. This certification is given to individuals by Oracle with a knowledge of public cloud services provided by OCI. iArch Solutions is a leader in cloud services with expertise in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Azure and AWS cloud solutions. Contact us […]

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Oracle EPM 11.2.2 Dropped
by Joe Malewicki | New Releases | No Comments

Readers, it is here at last, the long anticipated release of 11.2.2.  With this release the Oracle Development Team has brought LINUX support to the latest, and last, on-premise release of EPM.   The latest support matrix can be found here: A quick read through reveals a couple of things.  First, the support for EPM 11.2.2 […]

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Joe Malewicki, Jr. Promoted to Oracle ACE
by Elysha Daly | Certifications | No Comments

iArch Solutions is happy to announce that Joe Malewicki, Jr. has been recognized as an Oracle ACE. He was promoted from ACE Associate due to his valuable contributions in the Oracle community. Joe Malewicki, Jr., who’s been working with Oracle products since 1997, has experience implementing, supporting and training customers on Oracle EPM Hyperion. He […]

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Webinar Series – Oracle EPM 11.2: The More Things Change…
by Joe Malewicki | EPM Presentations, Webinar | No Comments

Join us on Wednesday, June 24th for another stirring Oracle EPM session presented by Jeff Henkel, Managed Services Practice Lead at iArch Solutions.  The topic for the discussion will be EPM 11.2.1, the latest (and last) on-premise release from Oracle. Some topics for discussion will be: What’s New in 11.2.1 versus Installing and Configuring […]

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How to enable Debug mode for Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) within for a WebLogic Managed Server

As a professional Oracle Hyperion EPM infrastructure consultant we have sometimes been stumped by the misbehaving of the Oracle HTP Server (OHS) to WebLogic Managed Servers traffic proxying as deployed within the Oracle Hyperion EPM configuration at clients.  There are occasions in which we just can’t figure out why things aren’t “communicating” like they should.  So, from […]

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OCI Load balancer backend set session persistence when set to “Drain State”
by Elysha Daly | Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Tips and Tricks | No Comments

I recently took the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2019 Architect Associate exam. There was a question about Load Balancers and I only knew half the answer. I went back after the exam to search for the correct answer but had a really hard time finding it in any of the materials I had been using to […]

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Oracle EPM 11.2 OHS Services
by Joe Malewicki | Tips and Tricks | No Comments

Oracle EPM 11.2 does not include the Oracle HTTP server (OHS) startup service we are used to seeing in prior version of the product. This requires us to be more hands-on when starting and stopping the EPM environment. Fortunately, if you use a services start/stop script, you can add commands to ensure the OHS processes […]

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Tutorial Series: Creating an Oracle Cloud Free Tier Account

Whether you’re a small business owner, a home-gown independent software developer, my middle school aged on trying to make his own Minecraft server, a college student needing a new term paper topic or the CIO of a global fortune 100 enterprise, Oracle has made it simple for you to explore the full feature set of […]

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Tutorial Series: Creating a SSH Key Pair on Mac OS X

SSH Key Pairs are required by most Cloud Infrastructure (Infrastructure as a Service) providers for use in authenticating the root or admin level users for various UNIX or Linux compute instances and compute shapes as well as for other IaaS provider management systems (i.e. Amazon Web Services – AWS LightSail, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – OCI […]

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