Tag: Journey to the Cloud

Oct 9 @  11:00am

Migration to the SaaS has become a business imperative today to stay afloat in extremely competitive business landscape. Today, enterprise systems on the premises incur too much licensing and operations costs and capital expenditure, making them no longer attractive to growing organizations. Implementation of Oracle Cloud scales up the organization’s agility and operational efficiency. What…

Aaron Engelsrud, Senior PeopleSoft System Administrator at Capella University, presented a technical and functional primer for PeopleSoft Cloud Manager. His presentation included a detailed step-by-step introduction to the installation of PeopleSoft Cloud Manager on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, installation and configuration overview, and a hands-on demonstration of PeopleSoft Cloud Manager.

At INFOCUS 19, Srixon/Cleveland Golf spoke about how the company moved from JD Edwards World to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne at a hosting center and how archiving data made the transition easier.

Sep 5 @  2:00pm

So you have decided to take the leap into the cloud – do you really know what you are signing up for? Come hear how a live customer is managing change in the new world. Objectives: Understand what types of changes you will need to manage with your cloud services Learn how to manage these…

Aug 29 @  3:00pm

Introduction to Oracle Integration Cloud with a practical demonstration of how to setup a simple integration. Presented by James Imgraben, Senior Information Technologist, University of South Australia & Paul Matthews, Principal Systems Engineer, University of Derby

When moving from on-premises to the Cloud, one of the first steps is to choose a data transfer model. There are two primary Cloud migration method options to consider, and it’s important to carefully weigh the pros and cons. An article on SearchCloudComputing by Chris Tozzi explained how to go about choosing the right Cloud migration method for you.

Jim Maholic, Business Value Services, Oracle, wrote about how to align ERP Cloud benefits with business drivers when building a business case for why your organization should implement ERP Cloud.

When building a business case for ERP Cloud, project managers should look beyond the standard ROI and TCO calculations that IT teams have historically relied on. One of the biggest challenges for project managers is thoroughly identifying all of the benefits of a proposed project and ascribing credible, tangible, financial and business value to those benefits. This is critical to a successful business case.

This session explores how Caesars Entertainment tackled this challenge and provided a solution that seamlessly automates 50+ ERP Cloud integrations. We’ll discuss several tools, including File Based Date Import, BI Publisher, Enterprise Service Bus/Integration Cloud Service, SFTP connectivity and SOAP Services. We will also illustrate how Caesars achieved a standard, yet flexible toolkit to connect their existing integrations with ERP Cloud.

In this session, we will give you 10 reasons why you should consider moving to Oracle’s Cloud Applications. We will be presenting some key data points that we have collected over many implementations and many customers. We will also explore why it’s not too late to start thinking about how Oracle Cloud Applications can fit into your business application roadmap. Note that this presentation will touch on all major tracks.

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 5 is available now and will help customers simplify their journey to cloud by managing their hybrid estate as one. This latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager delivers new enhancements that manage, migrate, test and deploy applications and databases across hybrid clouds, with 100% reuse of existing management tools and…