Abstract:Did you know there is a way to take advantage of the Cloud while keeping your EBS customizations? Backups as a Service, flexible hardware that can scale, cloning of environments, paying for what you use and only what you use. Move and improve your existing EBS environment to a modern, flexible Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and upgrade your environment. We will show you case studies that demonstrate how to keep control as well as control your costs.Learning Objectives:- Learn ways to maintain the customizations you created in your EBS environment and move your EBS to the cloud in order to take advantage of all its advantages and benefits, and what those are.- Understand what items you need to take into consideration before you move your Oracle EBS to the cloud, including workload considerations, compliance issues, and more.Educational Tracks:#CloudMigration, #Database, #E-BusinessSuite, #EBSonOCI, #ProjectsPresented by:@Janine Rafalko, Sr. Oracle Applications DBAMahesh is a graduate of Nagarjuna University with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering and an IT professional with more than 20 years’ experience. His technical background includes implementing and supporting Oracle Applications with VLDB , Global Implementations and complex solutions across industry sectors such as finance, manufacturing, dining and health care. During that time has worked extensively with Oracle EBS, Oracle EPM, Golden Gate, OBIEE. Recording Date: May 27, 2021Duration: 60 minutes
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