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Accelatis and ODTUG Announce Webinar on Automated Regression Testing for Oracle Hyperion

Accelatis today announced a webinar that will explain the latest ways for Oracle Hyperion users to anticipate and optimize performance by using automated regression testing. “No More Surprises: Integrate automated regression testing for Oracle Hyperion into the everyday work cycle”, is part of the Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG) series to help enterprises get the most from their investment in Oracle technology.

The session, April 23 at noon (EDT), will be presented by Accelatis CEO Jonathan Berry, who has more than 15 years of experience with Oracle Hyperion EPM Application Performance Management (APM), performance analysis, troubleshooting, and migrations. A provider of APM solutions for Oracle Hyperion and other enterprise software systems, Accelatis is an Oracle Gold Partner.

ODTUG is an independent, not-for-profit, global organization. Its mission is to establish members as leaders in their organizations through education, timely access to the latest information, communication and networking within the community, and provide a united voice to influence the strategic direction of Oracle and other vendors.

“Complex applications in the Oracle Hyperion EPM suite require powerful simulations to truly know how they’ll perform in production,” said Accelatis CEO Jonathan Berry, who was an architect of the original Hyperion system. “Integrated regression testing, in tools like Accelatis’ flagship Ascension Suite, puts all factors together in one place, empowering users to make better-informed— decisions.”

“The webinar casts a new light on options and advantages to automating the process, which will enable Hyperion users to know --with confidence-- how their system will perform without relying on their end-users to break the news to systems administrators,” Berry said.

Berry will cover how regular automated testing of key performance elements of the Oracle Hyperion environment can greatly reduce issues experienced by end-users. He will also discuss how to identify the leading indicators to the health of the overall system; and how proactive performance management enhances the experience of the end user community.

The one-hour webcast will also include examples of Oracle Hyperion clients that proactively test for conditions and review not only what they test for but also how they analyze and leverage this data to measurably improve their end user’s experience.

Registration and other information can be found at http://www.odtug.com/online-education.

About Accelatis

Founded in 2008, Accelatis provides a comprehensive Application Performance Management (APM) software solution to its worldwide client base for their Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) systems. Companies rely upon Accelatis to help improve system performance and stability, streamline troubleshooting and manage migrations through monitoring and benchmarking of Oracle Hyperion and IBM Cognos applications. An Oracle Gold Partner, Accelatis was founded by Hyperion visionaries and developers to rapidly deliver long-term value to EPM clients’ global user base through unprecedented visibility and flexibility to manage their applications. For information, visit www.Accelatis.com.

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