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OCI Multicloud Strategy Enables Enterprise Efficiency

Today’s enterprise requires a mix of cloud vendors, solutions, and storage services which is why using multiple cloud providers is a good predictor of how efficiently enterprises operate. The benefits of a multicloud strategy are obvious. There is no vendor lock-in, which leaves a business free to choose the best options for their specific situation. […]

Understanding the Database Options for OCI

Oracle is the world’s leading database company and designed Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) for critical enterprise workloads, especially databases. In OCI, databases can be provisioned on bare metal and virtual machines or on Exadata machines. Whatever your enterprise database needs are OCI has a solution. More information about OCI’s database offerings can be found here, […]

Put Your IIoT Plan in Gear at Hannover Messe USA
Cloud-based services have the potential to utterly upend your shop floor. Instead of being challenged by such a change, be prepared for it. From predictive maintenance to predictive quality, there are numerous business benefits for bringing process and machine data to AWS. You can set up automated alerts to immediately notify when a problem emerges. [...]
JD Edwards 9.2.6 Orchestration: Logic Extension Usage

What Is a Logic Extension? The Orchestrator Studio provides a web-based user interface to create logic extensions. Using Logic Extensions, you can create business logic to perform operations such as string manipulation, mathematic calculations, conditions, loops, and even table I/O. Using the logic extensibility framework, you can use the familiar syntax of the JD Edwards […]

WebLogic and Fusion Middleware: Identity Certificate Expiry Behavior and Resolution

A major challenge for customers on hosted platforms is keeping the published webservices secure using SSL certificates and various security policies from WSM Policy Manager which are built on Oracle Fusion Middleware WebLogic. When WebLogic is configured to use system identity certificates as the demo certificates, they can face a broken integration due to the […]

Be in the Know with an Oracle EBS Patch Impact Analysis

Patching – it’s a necessary function to keep your applications running flawlessly as bugs reveal themselves in your EBS environment over time.  However, despite its importance in maintaining a healthy system, the question is often asked, “what will this impact?” Oracle E-Business Suite patches vary in size.  Some may only be a few kilobytes and […]

Migrating Enterprise Workloads to OCI — A Practical Approach for Oracle E-Business Suite and JD Edwards

Lower TCO. Greater agility and scalability. Better availability and security. You know the arguments for moving enterprise workloads to the cloud. Yet real-world, legitimate issues — time, upfront costs, potential business disruption — present roadblocks that often keep businesses from making the move. Why OCI? Oracle addresses those legitimate issues with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). […]

Siebel Cloud Manager: A New Utility for Siebel CRM Migration to OCI

Siebel Cloud Manager (SCM) is a new REST-based continuous deployment tool, primarily designed for customers to simplify the Lift & Shift of their existing Siebel Enterprise from source system infrastructure into Oracle Cloud Infrastructure while keeping all customizations as is. Siebel Cloud Manager can also be used for: Create/automate new greenfield deployments of Siebel CRM […]

How to Leverage the Automatic Indexing Feature in Oracle Databases

As the name suggests and simplifies, Oracle has upgraded itself with its 19c version where the Automatic Indexing feature will sense the need for indexes, will create them and drop them “automatically” without anyone’s (read DBA) intervention. It is like an in-box database administrator, sitting inside the database itself. This feature will run as a […]

What JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 22 Means for Your Digital Transformation

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 22 debuted in October 2021. The most obvious change with that update was the naming convention. According to Oracle, the new numbering scheme was driven by feedback from customers who wanted more awareness of when and how product innovations were delivered. By calling it Release 22, Oracle’s goal was to reflect […]