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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?

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Google as a Cloud Provider?

cloudI saw a tweet this morning that pointed me to this article.

Google To Challenge Amazon, Microsoft In Cloud Computing War

 

This comes hot on the heels of this article.

Google dumps ISP email support. Virgin Media takes ball, stomps home

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Oracle Cloud – Oracle Management Cloud

Oracle Management Cloud is a new Oracle Cloud offering launched during Oracle Open World 2015,…

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Oracle Cloud – Moving a dumpfile into the Database as a Service Cloud

Now that I got myself a bit acquainted with the Database as a Service offering,…

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Can The Public Cloud Meet the Needs of Your Enterprise Applications?

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Any applications your company runs on premise can also be run in the public cloud. But does that mean they should be?

While the cloud offers well-documented benefits of flexibility, scalability, and cost efficiency, some applications — and especially business-critical enterprise applications — have specific characteristics that can make them tricky to move into a public cloud environment.

That’s not to say you shouldn’t consider the cloud as an option, but you should be aware of the following enterprise application needs before you make any migration decisions:

1. Highly customized infrastructure

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Oracle Cloud – Managing the Database as a Service Cloud

So I am not working in the Public Cloud for a week and last night…

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Oracle Cloud – About buttons, icons, links and other stuff…

While scrolling to the DBaaS interface pages, I realized that I was spending a lot…

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Oracle Cloud – Your service is suspended due to exceeding resource quota !

Okay, had some good fun yesterday with my free trail for Oracle Cloud service for Database…

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Oracle Cloud – Stairway to Heaven…?

I was lucky to be granted some Oracle Cloud subscriptions. Today I needed an 11.2.0.4…

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Video: Amazon Web Services (AWS) : Relational Database Services (RDS) for SQL Server

Here’s another video on my YouTube channel. This one is a quick run through of RDS for SQL Server, a DBaaS offering from Amazon Web Services.

The video was based on this article.

The cameo for this video is Garth Harbach, a former colleague of mine. :)

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