If you’re setting up Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse for the first time, then follow these tasks as a guide.
|Activate your Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse subscription.||After your order for the Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse subscription has been processed, you receive a Welcome email asking you to activate your Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse subscription. If your sales representative also included a Universal Credits subscription as part of your order, you receive a separate Welcome email asking you to activate that as well.||Activate Your Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse Subscription|
|Sign into the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.||After you activate the service, use the cloud account credentials to access your services.
If you are planning to use single sign-on to access Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse, then Set Up Provisioning with Single Sign-On before proceeding with this and the subsequent tasks.
|Sign In to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console|
|Use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console to access the service pages.||When you sign in to the Console, you'll see the home page. Use the navigation menu in the upper left to navigate to the service pages where you create, manage, and view your cloud resources.||Access Your Service|
|(Optional) Add a user with administrator permissions for the service.||Add a user with full administrator permissions of the default administrator of the service.||Add Users with Administrator Permissions|
|Create a user to extract data||If you want to use the password-based basic authentication to connect to your source system, then you must provide credentials of a user who has the appropriate privileges to extract data from Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications into Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse.||Create a User in Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications to Extract Data|
|Set up user access to Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse using single sign-on.||You can set up how users from Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications access Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse using single sign-on. This setup eases the management of various user names and passwords. It enables you to synchronize users and roles in Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications with Oracle Identity Cloud Service and then enable these users to access Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse.||Set Up User Access to Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse Using Single Sign-On|
|Create an instance for Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse.||Use the Console to create an instance.
If you’ve set up provisioning with single sign-on, which federates your tenancy with Oracle Identity Cloud Service, then you create the Fusion Analytics Warehouse instance in the federated Oracle Identity Cloud Service instance. If your tenancy isn’t federated with an identity provider, then you create the Fusion Analytics Warehouse instance in the default Oracle Identity Cloud Service instance that is available with your Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse subscription.
|Create an Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse Subscription Instance|
|Verify the Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse instance.||You receive an email when your instance is ready. Check that you can sign in and that your instance is up and running.||Verify Your Instance and Sign In|
|Create and associate users and groups.||When you set up provisioning with single sign-on, you enable synchronization of users and their associated roles from Oracle
Fusion Cloud Applications to your federated Oracle Identity Cloud
Service instance. After the initial synchronization, if you add users in your Oracle
Fusion Cloud Applications instance, they are automatically available in your federated Oracle Identity Cloud
Service instance because you've enabled synchronization. See Set Up Provisioning with Single Sign-On. You can also add additional users in your federated Oracle Identity Cloud
Service instance through Oracle Fusion
Analytics Warehouse using the User Management option in the Console.
When you set up provisioning without single sign-on, to access Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse, manually create Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications users and groups (these are the equivalent of job roles in Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications) in Oracle Identity Cloud Service and then assign the groups (job roles) to users in
|Assign Users to a Group and Assign Groups to Users.|
|Configure data security.||Ensure that users have appropriate access to use Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse. Access to subject areas and data depends on the roles assigned to the users.||Manage Users, Groups, Application Roles, and Data Access|
|Configure Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse data.||Set up global and reporting configurations and create data pipelines for functional areas to copy your Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications data to the data warehouse.||Configure Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse Data|