Journey To The Cloud

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    Your Journey Begins Here

    Pack your bags, hop on board, we’re moving to the Cloud!

    Are you being asked to evaluate or move mission-critical business operations to Cloud-based solutions? Join #IOUGCloudJourney to understand what the Cloud means for your organization and your career. 

    Throughout the next year we will provide videos, webinars, user stories and other resources to help make this transition a smooth one for you and your organization.

    • Learn best practices for implementing Cloud-based solutions for your company.
    • Prepare for the changes to your current job role and develop skills to prepare for future roles.
    • Learn how to adapt your processes to optimize Cloud usage and plan for future engagements or expansion.
    • Use our educational roadmap for key Cloud system skill sets that users need to develop over the next 12-18 months to work effectively with these technologies.
    • Attend COLLABORATE 18.

    IOUG is here to help!

    We’ll be bringing you this real-time and on-demand virtual learning as well as independent viewpoints on the impact of Cloud-based solutions to assist you in your journey.

    Start Your Journey

    Whether you're actively engaged in a PaaS or IaaS project, or just trying to get up to speed on the latest developments, IOUG has the resources to help. Browse our Cloud Journey libraries to gain a solid footing and prepare for the next step.

    Your Community - Your Stories

    NEW! There are a lot of factors in how you approach your cloud strategy, but one of the best resources IOUG can provide are the real-world experiences of other Oracle users. In our Customer Cloud Stories, we'll be sharing the experiences of users at all stages of production, as well as a variety of use cases.

    These stories include:

    • Why our members considered the Public Cloud
    • How they evaluated different solutions
    • And what they discovered during and after their implementation
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    The Rolta AdviseX Cloud Journey

    Authors:

    • Michael Messina, Senior Managing Consultant, Rolta AdvizeX
    • Sridhar Avantsa, Director, Oracle Infrastructure Services, Rolta AdvizeX

    If you are in any IT role, you are probably part of teams and/or initiatives that want to move your organization to the cloud in whole or in part.  We were a member of a large team at Rolta-AdvizeX that engaged in a full cloud feasibility assessment that examined what cloud offerings could add value to our business and serving our customers.

    As a IT Services company, Rolta-AdvizeX is in an ideal position to evaluate IT services including databases, servers, storage, network, applications and so on.  Our first step was to determine what “cloud readiness” is, and what components determine cloud readiness. To do this, we established a set of key questions:

    • Are we cloud ready?
    • If so, what areas make the most sense for cloud implementation?
    • Do we want to move everything to the cloud or just certain things?
    • Do we want to do a big bang cloud move or to we want to move things one at a time
    • Do we use one cloud provider or use a mix of cloud providers based on the specific needs of teams and units?

    These were all important questions for us as an organization, but for sure important questions for our customers. We worked to develop a process to answer those questions and many more like them, in order to get answers that utilize the power of the cloud to improve our business.  The Cloud Feasibility Study was the result of that process development.

    As we ventured on this journey, we thought to ourselves: “Wow! This journey has been full of challenges and new discoveries that have made a big impact to our business. More than just the outcomes, sharing the process by which we got there may have value to others.”  Our hope is that what we have put together on our story, along with others from Rolta-AdvizeX, helps you and your cloud Journey.



    Dig into Autonomous Database in the Cloud

    NEW! Join us for the first in a monthly series of webinars where we'll be partnering with Oracle experts on deep-dives into the technology behind the Oracle Public Cloud.

    An autonomous future – powered by Oracle
    Date: Thursday, February 1, 2018, 10:00am - 11:15am CST

    The rise of data as a form of capital, and therefore your enterprise database, will have a direct impact on the future success of your business. Whether you are looking to unlock the value of your application data or just interested in integrating all your data and making it accessible to all your employees, join this session to learn how data management in the Cloud using Autonomous Database Cloud can transform your business and give you a competitive advantage. This session will also include a deep dive of the autonomous technology and show you what a self-driving, self-repairing and self-securing database really means.

    Speaker: Monica Kumar, Vice President, Product Marketing Database and Big Data

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    Get the Best from Our COLLABORATE 17 Presentations

    Cloud Journey
    Date File
    2017-04-19 273: Innovation, the Oracle Cloud, Big Data and the Internet of Things Details
    2017-04-17 439: Use the Oracle Logminer to protect your data and move to the Cloud Details
    2017-04-11 406: Don't Let Your Cloud Rain on Your Parade Details
    2017-04-06 From Zero to Cloud Nine… An Intro to Oracle’s Public Cloud Details
    2017-04-03 First Impressions: Docker in the Cloud with Oracle Container Cloud Service Details
    2017-04-03 Considerations for Private and Hybrid Cloud Deployments of Oracle E-Business Suite and Database Details
    2017-04-03 Migrating Enterprise Applications to the Cloud (#IOUGeniusCloud) Details
    2017-03-23 Cloudy With a Chance of APEX Details
    2017-03-03 To Cloud or Not to Cloud: What Are the Right Questions? Details
    2017-02-19 Securing an Oracle Private Cloud using Oracle Directory Suite Details
    2017-02-19 Robots in Oracle PaaS Cloud: Connect, Analyze, Integrate & Act Details

    Explore Our Cloud Journey Library

    Cloud Journey
    Date File
    2017-07-20 Stale Standalone to Superb SaaS in Single Session! Details
    2017-04-26 You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks - Moving Oracle E-Business Suite to the Oracle Exadata Cloud Details
    2016-11-10 Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture for the Cloud Details
    2016-05-18 1617 Database Security for the Cloud Details
    2016-05-06 1444 Hybrid Cloud Management with Oracle Public Cloud Machine Details
    2016-02-19 Database Security for the Cloud Details
    2016-02-15 Hybrid Cloud Using Oracle DBaaS: How the Italian Workers Comp Authority Uses Graph Technology Details
    2015-09-28 Hybrid Cloning - The Journey to the Cloud Details
    2014-09-18 The Essential Cloud Integration Checklist Details

    Watch Our Webinars

    Top Five Considerations for Moving Your Databases to the Cloud


     

    Original Broadcast: September 27, 2017

    Most organizations either have cloud-based databases or are seriously considering this option. 

    The key to experiencing the full benefits of cloud adoption – and avoid unnecessary downtime and headaches – revolves around having a sound strategy in place before your move, and then executing it perfectly.

    Join us for this IOUG educational session led by Charles Kim, Founder and President of  Viscosity North America. He’ll explore how to successfully plan and navigate your database journey, and discuss the five top considerations when making this transition. 

    It’s a can’t-miss webcast if you’re contemplating moving your databases to the cloud.

    Featured Speaker:

    • Charles KimFounder and President of Viscosity North America

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    Share Your Journey

    Join IOUG and other Oracle users on their Cloud Journey via social media to share tips and best practices and ask questions. .


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