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Do's and Dont's: Data Migration to Oracle SaaS Cloud Applications 

08-21-2020 09:39 AM

Presenters:
Venkatesh Ravi
@Vijayan Kannan

Recording Date
: August 21, 2020
Duration: 60 minutes

Abstract:
Data Migration is the process of moving data from a system or systems to a new environment. Often, it is part of a larger project deliverable and business application deployment.
Data Migration is defined as data that is huge, has heterogeneous data dictionaries, and involves complex databases and data sources. Without a sufficient understanding of both source and target applications, transferring data into Oracle Cloud application will amplify the negative impact of any incorrect or irrelevant data, perpetuate any hidden legacy problems, and increase exposure to project risk.
Data migration accounts for 25% to 30% of project effort and special attention is required to have a proven methodology and ecosystem to govern the process. The processes and practices should be governed by migration strategies, understanding the data, technical advancements, and compliances, with the goal of ensuring information is accurate and consistent.

In this webinar, you will learn from our experience in migrating data to Oracle cloud from multiple legacy applications.

Learning Objectives:
* Do’s and Don’ts in data migration to Oracle SaaS cloud
* Migration strategies
* Ways to migrate data into Oracle SaaS Cloud applications
* Testing Strategies & managing accuracy
* Nexinfo’s Data Migrator – Cloud-based automation tool to migrate data from EBS to Oracle SaaS applications

Educational Tracks:
#E-BusinessSuite  #CXCloud  #PaaS  #SaaS  #CloudApplications  #CloudMigration​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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