OneCloud for IBM Planning Analytics Quick Start


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OneCloud has some very convenient features to help with the integration, automation, and management of your IBM Planning Analytics environment. These features can be combined with a variety of touchpoints that OneCloud has with other technologies including Salesforce, Workday, NetSuite, Power BI, Tableau, Google Drive, box, relational databases, and more. For a full overview visit

This IBM Planning Analytics-focused quick start guide will walk you through setting up OneCloud so that it is optimized to work with IBM's EPM solution. Not all sections need to be completed, but some do build off of work from completed prior sections.


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If your company is already a OneCloud customer and you would prefer to use your primary OneCloud environment for this tutorial, then please contact your OneCloud system administrator to ensure you are added to a security group with Workspace administrator access. Please contact [email protected] if you require additional guidance.

TaskSummaryTime EstimateRequired
Configure your OneCloud WorkspaceCreate Workspace variables and create environments for LCM.5mYes
Create a Connection for IBM PA CloudCreate a standard connection to IBM PA Cloud to exchange data and perform other administrative tasks.10mYes
Create a Source Text File ConnectionAccess source data for the various exercises.10mYes
Create a Relational ConnectionCreate a connection to either an Oracle or SQL Server relational database to query, load and execute commands.5mOptional
Load Data to IBM Planning AnalyticsSetup a OneCloud Chain to load data from a source text file directly into IBM Planning Analytics.20mYes

Updated 6 months ago

OneCloud for IBM Planning Analytics Quick Start

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