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Delivering Migration Projects on Time

I did a couple great sessions yesterday for the awesome Dallas Oracle User Group, (DOUG.)  It was the first time I did my thought leadership piece on Making Sense of the Cloud and it was a great talk, with some incredible questions from the DOUG attendees!

Why You Should Consider Moving Your Enterprise Applications to the Oracle Cloud

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style="font-weight: 400;">If you’ve decided to migrate your Oracle enterprise applications to the public cloud, it’s a good idea to consider Oracle Cloud alongside alternatives such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.

style="font-weight: 400;">Oracle has made big strides in the cloud lately with platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings for its middleware and database software, culminating in the release of its first infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering in late 2015.

style="font-weight: 400;">Oracle has a clear advantage over the competition when it comes to running its own applications in the cloud: it has full control over product licensing and can optimize its cloud platform for lift-and-shift migrations. This gives you a low-risk strategy for modernizing your IT portfolio.

 

What to expect from Oracle Cloud IaaS

What Are Your Options For Migrating Enterprise Applications to the Cloud?

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style="font-weight: 400;">Migrating your enterprise applications from on-premises infrastructure to the public cloud is attractive for a number of reasons. It eliminates the costs and complexities of provisioning hardware and managing servers, storage devices, and network infrastructure; it gives you more compute capacity per dollar without upfront capital investment; and you gain opportunities for innovation through easier access to new technologies, such as advanced analytical capabilities.

style="font-weight: 400;">So how do you get there?