Moving to the cloud has several benefits, including increased productivity, decreased operating expenses, and organizational agility. By switching from Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, users can take advantage of these advantages (OCI). Customers who switch to Oracle Cloud will gain access to all of Oracle’s cloud-based services in addition to some extra advantages, just like they did with on-premises deployments.
Before discussing the advantages of upgrading to OCI, consider the following:
- How went the most recent EBS update?
- “Were any budget overruns reported?”
- Was it postponed?
- How many individualized items did I have to manage?
You will undoubtedly be reminded of the discomforts associated with Oracle EBS updates by these inquiries. These are a few other issues with EBS upgrades:
Manual labor that is expensive and time-consuming.
Numerous bespoke items are challenging to maintain, manage, and update. Infrastructures that are rapidly deteriorating and add to your overall technology debt Enterprise data that is unclean, disjointed, and difficult to normalize and use in real-time. insufficient core reporting and analytics, which may necessitate costly third-party solutions.Not only would switching to OCI address the aforementioned problems, but it will also provide the following additional advantages.
Hardware is unquestionably expensive to purchase, set up, and maintain. Enterprises can save a lot of money by using OCI since it has affordable, flexible pricing and the ability to pay every month as an operational expense rather than as an upfront capital investment. Enterprises can save considerable sums of money that they otherwise would have to spend on infrastructure and resources to manage data centers since Oracle handles patching and security updates.
With OCI, businesses can quickly add or withdraw computer capacity as their needs change. With OCI, increasing computational power and capacity can be done quickly in contrast to EBS, where scaling up takes weeks or months because new hardware is needed.
Then and Now
Oracle Future advancements will be addressed by OCI’s next-generation architecture, which is built to support ongoing innovation. OCI offers businesses the best performance, best cost, best security, and improved workload compatibility. OCI makes businesses future-proof by supporting cutting-edge technologies like machine learning, AI, blockchain, intelligent process automation (IPA), the internet of things, new human interfaces, etc.
Easy to integrate, migrate, and implement
Customers using on-premise EBS can switch to OCI without making major configuration, integration, or business process modifications. Oracle provides several solutions to assist with migration and guarantee that your Oracle databases and enterprise applications continue to function flawlessly in the cloud.
Oracle E-Business Suite Deployment
Options on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
To access all of the computing, storage, and network resources connected to OCI, businesses can sign up for Oracle’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform. Additionally, businesses have the option of subscribing to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure DB System or Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Exadata DB System and utilizing the unique features and functionalities of these services.
These helpful OCI updates do, however, come with a lot of risks because new business processes must be developed and put to the test while moving to the cloud. Opkey is here to make sure that your migration is seamless, that you stay within your migration timeframe and budget, that you eliminate any risk of business processes breaking during your migration, and that you have 100% test coverage. Opkey’s Comprehensive Oracle EBS migration to Oracle Cloud Strategy may help you minimize your pre-, during-, and post-migration risks.