Data Intensity Oracle experts Biju Thomas and Paul Buckley earned a Top 10 of 2021 ranking by the Oracle Applications & Technology Users Group (OATUG) for attendance of their presentation, “Oracle E-Business Suite on Azure Platform: Migration to Management.”
IT organizations are expected to expand services and meet tighter SLAs, often with fewer resources, staff, and internal skills. As the IT project queue grows longer than ever, both IT and line of business leaders increasingly are interested in using the cloud to quickly deploy the services users need.
To compound matters, the explosion of data volumes is pushing the cost and complexity of data center storage to new levels. Legacy data-management solutions cannot keep up with the fast pace of data growth. Businesses that continue to use legacy systems place extreme strain and limitations on their on-premises capabilities and tools, making it harder to extract value from data.
For this reason, too, cloud quickly is becoming a necessity for businesses that need more feature and functionality than on-premises IT can provide. Many organizations are looking to shift applications, and the databases they rely on, out of the data center.
So, the question is, how can organizations move their application workloads, their critical data, and the associated systems to the cloud—without incurring unnecessary risks, costs, or downtime?
Microsoft Azure Cloud is one of two non-Oracle public clouds recognized by Oracle to run Oracle workloads. In their expert presentation, “Oracle E-Business Suite on Azure Platform: Migration to Management,” Oracle ACE Director and Global Oracle Practice Lead Biju Thomas and Software License Solutions Vice President Paul Buckley outline the steps needed to estimate Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) workload capacity requirements and Azure platform size.
Biju and Paul explain high availability architecture options without using third-party cluster solutions, use of cloud-native technologies such as Azure Backups and Azure Site Recovery for business continuity instead of traditional on-premises tools, and the license impact when migrating workloads to Azure or to any cloud.
The presentation also reviews:
- Public cloud options available to run Oracle EBS workloads
- How to design of Oracle EBS on Azure with business continuity and highly available architectures
- How to estimate capacity requirements to size the environment on Azure
- License impact, both database and application
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