Oracle DRM References

Looking at the EPM developer blogs that exist in the Oracle community, we noticed that there weren’t many specifically focused on Oracle Data Relationship Management. That might be the case since DRM is considered a pricey Oracle product, used largely by big organizations who have been capable of demonstrating the ROI of a centrally managed and integrated metadata management tool.

The main reason behind the Data Restless blog’s creation is to share tips and tricks on the Oracle DRM application. Apart from the information that will be posted in the Data Restless blog, DRM developers and product managers are encouraged to subscribe to the following blogs, check out the ODTUG presentations and videos as well.

Oracle DRM Documentation, Tutorials, Release Documentation


DRM Blogs


ODTUG KScope DRM Presentations

Oracle Enterprise Data Management Cloud (DRM History & Cloud Overview) by Rahul Kamath, Oracle Corporation

Set the DRG Genie Free! It Will Ask, “Ever Had a Governance Friend Like Me?!, by Neviana Zhgaba & Rakesh Kandagatla, General Electric

How to Best Manage Your Relationships…With Data: Building a Strong Foundation for PAREXEL Using Oracle Data Relationship Management Best Practices by Julia Radovani, Peloton Group Consulting

Delivering an Enterprise-Wide Standard Chart of Accounts with Oracle DRM by Gary Crisci, General Electric

Best Practices of the Design and Delivery of Master Data from DRM to Downstream Applications for Large Implementations by Kate Helmer

Introducing Dimension Management Cloud Services (DMCS)” (DRM Cloud) by Robin Peel, Oracle Corporation

GE Talks About Enterprise Data Governance as the Cornerstone of GE’s Back Office Transformation by Gary Crisci, General Electric #OOW14


 

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