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Virtual Public Sector Customer Spotlight Series Presents: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHUAPL)

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A Unique Approach to Oracle Database Compression: Enhance Storage Efficiency, Improve Performance and Increase Cost Savings

E-Business Suite Migration to an Engineered System

Are you considering a migration of your Oracle Applications to Oracle Engineered Systems to reduce the cost and complexity of your IT infrastructure while increasing productivity? If so, join Oracle for the next online session in the Virtual Public Sector Customer Spotlight Series to hear Kevin Rodrigues, Project Manager for SSC, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory share the organization’s experiences with planning and implementing a migration of Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Engineered Systems.

Kevin will highlight JHUAPL’s considerations, lessons learned and initial results from completing the migration including:

  • Migration Process
  • Increased performance and simplified architecture of managing Oracle Databases
  • Elimination of performance issues (55% - 71% performance increases)
  • Standardization and consolidation of their compute and database platform
  • Reduced risk and improved efficiency in managing their critical billing process

Free LIVE Webcast
November 14th, 2013

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET

Kevin Rodrigues, Business Systems Analyst, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHUAPL)

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