Apps Associates’ Oracle to the Cloud Data and Advice on the Best Way to Migrate
Recently, our very own Paul Vian, SVP of Sales and Marketing, and Bill Saltys, SVP of Alliances, sat down with Dan Woods of Early Adopter Research (EAR) to discuss the findings from our Oracle to the Cloud report, which surveyed 300+ IT decision makers (ITDMs). The conversation captured in the “Cloud Migration Made Easier” podcast focuses on educating Oracle users around how to manage and navigate their choices when moving legacy applications to the cloud.
Continue reading “A Deep Dive with Dan Woods of Early Adopter Research:”
2019 is the year cloud migration from Oracle applications will pick up speed. Our recent survey, Oracle to the Cloud: Top 5 Myths, Debunked, found that 59% of Oracle users are planning to migrate their legacy applications or databases to the cloud this year. The clear majority are actively in the process of either planning or migrating their applications to public, private or hybrid cloud – and 32% of respondents noted they should have made the move already.
Continue reading “Top 3 Must-Haves in an Oracle Cloud Migration Partner”
service is becoming the service businesses choose the most and Oracle isn’t
different. Oracle Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is growing its base day by day with customers moving from traditional ERP to the cloud.
With Oracle’s growing cloud footprint, there is also a need for automated 3rd party integrations with Oracle SaaS to help minimize user dependencies and eliminate any potential process gaps. At Apps Associates, we try to identify these gaps, educate the user community, and help resolve these gaps with potential Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions. Continue reading “How to Eliminate Process Gaps with Oracle SaaS and Oracle PaaS”
What has always struck me about the Salesforce World Tour
gatherings is the energy in the room. It is a one-day, jam packed event meant to get all your Salesforce mojo in gear for the rest of the year. In order to get the most out of the event, I have some tips for you that will help you be a Salesforce Trailblazer.
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This year, OAUG Collaborate ’19 was held
April 7th – 11th in a new venue of San Antonio, TX. If you’re unfamiliar with the event, the last
5 years Collaborate was held in Las Vegas. I think it was a great idea by
the OAUG committee to change the location to San Antonio because Vegas, despite
being “Vegas”, started to feel a little stale to me for this event. After attending
my last ~10 Collaborates, everything was starting to feel the same to me (attendees,
event locations, meeting locations). I found San Antonio to be a good walking
city, especially the Riverwalk (it’s full of restaurants, bars, and tours) so
getting around on foot was very easy and the local hotel accommodations were
also very close. Everything you needed
was no more than a 20-minute walk (or 10 minutes via scooter, if you dared).
Continue reading “A Fresh Scene at Collaborate19”
There are a lot of moving parts when it comes to migration and integration projects. Each one has its own unique roadmap that requires specialization so every project is a new experience for me. This is what makes my job rewarding as I always have a new challenge to solve for the client. In this blog post, I am going to share with you the approach taken with a recent project where I (along with my team) replaced a client’s outdated legacy ERP system with Oracle Cloud ERP and used Dell Boomi as the middleware platform.
Continue reading “Want a No-Nonsense Integration? Make Sure It’s Done with the Right Middleware Tool”