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Coexistence is the word for the latest Oracle cloud strategy
Sponsored by SearchOracle
Larry Ellison's recent announcement, made at the 2014 Oracle OpenWorld conference, that the company was refocusing itself on the cloud, made waves in the Oracle user community. Primarily because the company's plan to bring its Fusion Applications to the cloud brings into question its promise of lifetime support for Applications Unlimited. That promise, made to the thousands of customers still running Oracle's core application offerings, represents "a commitment to continuously innovate in current applications while delivering the next generation of cloud applications."
In this three-part guide, SearchOracle contributors make sense of the new coexistence strategy at the heart of Oracle's cloud commitment. First, IT writer Robert Sheldon offers up an in-depth study of what "coexistence" really means for users -- especially for those still hesitant about moving their applications to the cloud. For Applications Unlimited customers, Oracle is advocating an incremental approach, where customers can adopt Fusion modules at their own pace. Next, Jessica Sirkin, SearchOracle site editor, details the Oracle implementation at Celcom, the oldest cellular provider in Malaysia. The company successfully implemented the software through an invaluable -- for them, at least -- combination of IT and business support. Mark Fontecchio, former SearchOracle news director, closes the guide with another case study -- detailing Nationwide Insurance's recent PeopleSoft 9.2 upgrade.
Table Of Contents
- Oracle fuses cloud, on-premises in strategy of harmony
- At Celcom, IT and business learn to work together
- Nationwide puts PeopleSoft 9.2 to work