Transition Services

Make a Smooth Transition to Cloud Computing

Oracle provides a range of services to help you make the transition to cloud computing, including guidance to help you migrate to proven reference configurations, even with your customizations and localizations in place. Services extend to upgrade assistance and ongoing DBA support. Contact Oracle to learn how we can help you leverage best practices to make the most of your Managed Cloud Services deployment.

 
 
 
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Transition Services
  • Transition Advisory:
    For customers migrating to Managed Cloud Services or executing a significant footprint expansion, Transition Advisory service supports you in providing a successful implementation that aligns with Oracle Managed Cloud Services architecture and operational standards.
  • Migration to a Proven Configuration:
    Migrate your Oracle applications environment and CEMLIs (Customizations, Extensions, Modifications, Localizations, Integrations) from an off-line Oracle environment to a standardized deployment on a proven reference configuration. Oracle provides the technical assistance for a fast and cost effective migration while your team provides the functional migration.
  • CEMLI Migrations:
    Migrate CEMLIs (Customizations, Extensions, Modifications, Localizations, Integrations) from an off-line Oracle environment to a standardized deployment on a proven reference configuration. Oracle provides a repeatable, cost-controlled delivery methodology.
  • Upgrade Assistance:
    Upgrade to the newest major release of your Oracle application. Oracle’s proven methods help you accelerate time-to-value and stay operational during the upgrade.
  • DBA Support Services:
    The DBA Support Service provides installation and configuration support for the Oracle technology stack, CEMLIs, and third-party software. Experienced technical resources work closely with you and your implementer to ensure on-time, on-budget Go-live.
 
 
 
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