Peter SalamancaAuthor

February 19, 2019 - Why the Private Cloud Is Like Having Your Own Personal Yacht

Peter Salamanca

What organizations would put servers in a Private Cloud? There are many companies who have chosen or are considering putting their environments in the Private Cloud. The move to giants like Amazon Web Services (AWS) is inevitable for all companies as the value of utility cloud computing is proven. While the breadth of services that the Public Cloud platforms currently offer far outweigh what can be offered in a Private Cloud, there are benefits to the Private Cloud that you should consider. Many companies have legacy applications on-premises and they aren’t ready to lose physical touch with them. (We affectionately call these people server huggers.) On the other hand, the company may have risk, compliance, and governance requirements that drive toward the Private Cloud. These folks want (or need) their applications to run in a more controlled and segregated environment. This is where the Private Cloud comes into play.

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Sharlena ColesAuthor

February 13, 2019 - The New Features I Love About Oracle HCM Cloud 19A

Sharlena Coles

In this latest HCM blog, I am pleased to highlight a few of the new and improved features and functionality for Oracle HCM Cloud 19A. You will be excited to know that most of these new features are customer driven, customer focused, and customer supported. Here is a quick excerpt of the new features along with tips on how to get them enabled in your current HCM Cloud environment.

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Peter SalamancaAuthor

December 17, 2018 - How to Choose the Right Cloud Provider

Peter Salamanca

Gartner published its Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as Service, Worldwide earlier this year. What stood out for me in this recent MQ was one of the cautions provided for Amazon Web Services, which ranked the highest (amongst the other vendors evaluated) for completeness of vision and the ability to execute. I have quoted the caution below because it offers some practical advice that I would like to address.

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Srinath JambojuAuthor

August 16, 2018 - Features To Love About AWS EC2 Systems Manager

Srinath Jamboju

Amazon EC2 Systems Manager (SSM) is a collection of capabilities that can automate management tasks such as collecting system inventory, applying operating system patches, automating the creation of Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), and configuring operating systems and applications at scale. With SSM you can remotely and securely manage the configuration of managed instances.

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Noreen ChaseAuthor

March 13, 2018 - Apps Associates at Collaborate 18 Speaker Blog Series: Meet Todd Ledet!

Noreen Chase

I am excited to launch our new blog speaker series for Collaborate 18. We will be presenting five sessions during the event (as well as manning booth # 1125 in Exhibition Showcase). Our first featured speaker in this blog post series features someone with a lot of know-how when it comes to moving Oracle EBS to the Oracle Cloud. Meet Todd Ledet! Continue reading “Apps Associates at Collaborate 18 Speaker Blog Series: Meet Todd Ledet!”

Julian TroakeAuthor

December 18, 2017 - Apps Associates Launches 3 Oracle Jump Start Demo Labs for Oracle ERP in the Cloud

Julian Troake

oracle erp in the cloudWhen you have the opportunity to test drive and evaluate applications in the cloud, you can see the benefits for yourself. That is why I am excited to let you know about our three new Oracle Jump Start Demo Labs that will enable you to try Oracle ERP in the Cloud.  Within minutes, you can try pre-configured solutions that run on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, for free. Continue reading “Apps Associates Launches 3 Oracle Jump Start Demo Labs for Oracle ERP in the Cloud”