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Is older technology inhibiting you from meeting key business objective? ...

Is older technology inhibiting you from meeting key business objective?

3 major reasons you may need to migrate:
- End of life
- Running out of capacity – need for simplification / consolidation
- Better, faster, newer, capabilities – need to move from homegrown systems, need for more security, availability, performance

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  • Before we get started, I need to share that this is for informational purposes only and is covered by this guidance.
  • The first step in a technology refresh project is building the right architecture.Then, the next step is to ensure you have a proper migration plan to help make that transition smooth and seamless.Lets first take a moment and talk about the value of a good IT architecture.
  • These are some key architectural principles/best practices for an Optimized Datacenter(foundations of a an optimized IT infrastructure)RASP(The attribute/characteristic of “Flexibility” (generally meaning architecture must provide flexibility to support rapidly changing business requirements) has been split into 2, more specific, principles:- Systems Scalability: The system must have the ability to scale to meet changing business needs (e.g. growth of user and/or customer base, new processing requirements, etc.)Rapid Provisioning: The system must support growth in all dimensions of its applications (e.g. new apps/modules, expansion of apps capabilities, etc.)Comprehensive security: appropriate security practices must applied at every layer of the architecture and linked by a centralized control system (dashboard)Reliability: The system must be able to meet anticipated service levels and SLAsServicability: The system must enable effective, proactive, end-to-end servicingManagementVisibility: The architecture should provide monitoring of all aspects of resource usage for the various dimensions required by both IT and Business managersTransparency: Conformance to SLA’s and QoS requirements must be measurable and observableConformity to standards: Interfaces and formats must conform to relevant industry standards.Unified measurement: metrics must be available from all solution components and understandable by a comprehensive monitoring solutionIntegration:ModularitySpecialization/abstractionstandardizationReuse:Leverage existing investments: Architecture must be able to use existing assets or provide a migration strategyRationalization / Simplification: Architecture must rationalize data center infrastructure and simplify OA&M
  • SPEAKER NOTES:And, a Reference Architecture is one way to help you build a repeatable, optimized solution that has been vetted and tested.This is another way you can ensure a stronger foundation when migrating to your new Oracle technology.So lets now look at some practical steps to achieve a successful technology migration.(Background on Oracle Reference Architecture)Based on our extensive experience with customers, and relationships across Oracle--from Product Development to the field--we’ve developed a reliable set of principles and best practices to guide customers on their useof Oracle technology.The intent is help you better plan, execute, and manage your enterprise architecture and IT initiatives.More information on Oracle Enterprise Architecture: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/entarch/itso-165161.htmlOracle Reference Architecture:Why does a Reference Architrecture make sense?ANSWER: Because it provides a complete reference architecture identifies architectural concepts, capabilities, principles and guidelines, and presents all these through various architectural views, technical drill-downs, and product mappings.Addition points:Defines a reference architecture for building and integrating solutions based on Oracle technology. Offers architecture principles and guidance based on recommendations from Oracle Product Development architects and field experts.Covers a broad spectrum of technologyGives architects an understanding of how to design solutions for the Oracle environment and best leverage its capabilities. Designed to be extensible and modular – architectureto expand to incorporate new technology strategies as they emerge. Includes set of core documents that address fundamental architecture concerns, plus a number of perspectives that focus on specific IT strategies.Screen Shots [click on image to show three different Oracle Reference Architecture views]Conceptual View: Gives big picture and creates high-level understanding of key capabilitiesQuickly establishes consensus on the scope of your solution without being distracted by technical details Paints the “big picture” for internal communications to build supportEasily modified to reflectcompany prioritiesA simple conceptual view is a starting point for an architectural description that represents the high-level capabilities before introducing technical considerations required to support those capabilities 2. Logical View: Ensures your solution includes all the necessary capabilities Defines the solution as a complete and integrated solution,vs.a piecemeal effortMap on your currentcapabilities to find gaps The logical view expands the conceptual view of the system with technical details and introduces the idea of components. While the layers carried over from the conceptual view provide isolation, the components introduced by the logical view further develop and enforce the idea of modularity as an architectural capability. 3. Product Mapping View: The relationship between architecture components and products is not intended to reflect a one-to-one mapping since products have multiple features. Products are mapped to logical component(s) according to their capabilities. Likewise, components may map to multiple products that support different deployments or unique sets of capabilities.
  • Now, lets talk about the Right Migration Approach.It is critical to get it right the first time! No one has time or money to go down the wrong path
  • We have been involved in a lot of migration projects and here are some key attributes of successful projects we have seen. And, When do you think is the right time for a migration?Technology nearing end of life/service lifeNew initiative (private cloud, BYOD, IT-as-a-Service)Capacity or performance barrierAcquisition integrationNon-peak demand cycle
  • Now I want to share a best practice with you…the key features of a consulting service called Oracle Migration Factory.Key Message:Delivers End-to-end migration and implementation of Oracle SPARC technologies using a unique factory / best practices approach What: Oracle Migration Factory is a consulting service offering that helps you quickly scope time/effort needed to properly migrate desired technology. Then, using templates, automated tools and dedicated technology migration specialists, both onshore and onsite, Oracle helps you successfully migrate legacy data, apps and technology onto your new end-state technology.Who: This service is delivered by Oracle Consulting Services – a business unit of Oracle ServicesFeatures: Unique Factory Approach The factory has all the defined tasks and best practice guidance needed for the asset migration including the approach and times neededThe input is used to dispatch the work to migration specialistsAutomated tools and scripts are used to migrate the sources to the target destination Feedback scenario (continuous learning) Detailed, end-to-end management, monitoring and reportingCustomized blend of onshore / offshore options for the customerCustomer Benefits:Cost Savings: Optimal blended rates and maximum automation Reduced Risk: Migrations are based on prescriptive methodology down to the task level, and repeatable best practice processesUnmatched Skills: We have a staff of migration specialists who do one thing: migrate Always Informed: We provide complete visibility into status and progress throughout the migration projectThe right mix of people, process, and technology to maximize performance and valuewith the lowest cost and riskPeopleDedicated team of migration expertsFlexible onshore/offshore model ProcessProven methodology and reusable tools built from 25 years of hands-on migration experienceTechnologyReal-time management and visibility into projectsManagement tools to ensure quality delivery
  • Lets look at some best practices for executing a migration project across the lifecycle of the projecthere are the key objectives you need to accomplish across each phase
  • Now, here is a high level overview of some of the key activities our Oracle Migration experts accomplish in each phase of the project....
  • Now, let’s look at the value of 3 key components:Factory approach and automationUnique Migration ProcessesProduct expertiseOracle Migration Factory delivers significant advantages to customers by using a multifaceted migration delivery approach. The use of automated tools, scripts, and real time project monitoring speeds data analysis; while standardized processes, knowledge pooling and product specialists ensure greater delivery accuracy.
  • When migration projects lack the 3 key features I mentioned on the last slide (automation , processes, product specialization)…it puts the migration project at greater risk.In our experience, organization don’t frequently engage in major migration projects – they simply don’t do them day in and day out - and because of this, there are additional inherent risks that you need to look out for.On the left-hand side, look at the charactersitcs of a typical migration project….On the right-hand side, see the value that Migration Factory can bring to an engagement.
  • Let’s walk through a few use cases of actual Oracle migration projects. We’ll be looking at the most common migration scenarios, the core activities, and typical project scopes of each.Use Case #1 demonstrates Oracle’s ability to migrate Oracle Database running on IBM hardware to > an Oracle Engineered systems hardware platform. This use case is based upon a real customer migration project managed by Oracle Consulting.Utilizing the Oracle Consulting delivery organization this customer migrated:Multiple instances of Oracle Database and homegrown custom applications running on POWER systems over to Oracle Exadata.-They migrated about 50TB of data-They upgraded from Oracle Database 10g to 11g-They made on OS change from AIX to OELIn the middle column you can see the key activities that transpired in this engagementAnd on the Right-hand column you see the key processes that were used. Oracle’s Migration Factory uses a combination of tools, as noted on this slide, as well as unique, automated scripts and processes to accurately migrate the customer data.While each project is unique, we have provided estimated project lengths …based upon the level of complexity.
  • Use Case #2 is an example of a typical customer migration project that includes migrating any Oracle application – such as E-Business Suite running Oracle Database on an IBM POWER hardware platform.This project centers around a 25 TB data migration, implementing new SPARC T5-8 servers, a change in OS from AIX to Solaris, and minor modifications to the E-Business Suite.In the center column you can see that Core Activities include architectural work, migration planning and the actual data migration and database configuration. The migration to the new SPARC platform includes setup and configuration of Solaris and OVM.Like the previous example, you can see in the 3rd column the typical tools that would be used and the estimated project lengths (on the right-hand side) for similar projects.
  • The final use case (#3) demonstrates Oracles ability to migrate an Oracle application running a non-Oracle database and hardware, onto Oracle Database and Oracle hardware.In this example, the customer is running Oracle Peoplesoft on a DB2 database with POWER hardware.The migration consists of Migrating 2 TB of dataPerforming a competitive database migration onto Oracle Database 11g-Migrating the hardware platform from IBM to Oracle SPARC M5-And migrating the OS from AIX to SolarisIn the 2nd column you can see just some of the many core activities of the database migration and, like the earlier use cases, you can see the variety of tools used to execute the migration in the 3rd column.SUMMARY:We’ve highlighted these 3 uses cases to demonstrate Oracle’s ability to help our customers more quickly migrate onto new Oracle technology.- And to give you insight into the process, activities and estimated time it takes to perform such migrations with Oracle Services.
  • Our Migration and Upgrade Services reduce the cost, risk, and duration of moving to the latest Oracle technology platform.This is an example of the migration expertise we have….Oracle to Oracle/ExadataDB2 to OracleSybase to OracleMigrations to Solaris 11 / T4Teradata to ExadataJava CAPS to SOA SuiteSun Identity Management to OIM…and many more!
  • There are some significant business benefits to be gained by running your Oracle applications, such as ERP and CRM, Oracle Hardware Systems.When we are talking about back office systems, usually the first thing that comes up is risk mitigation. Because Oracle has fully tested and profiled the sizing requirements and even high availability and disaster recovery best practices for the E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and Siebel application suites, we can eliminate a lot of the upfront integration times and get online faster.These are high performing systems and our customers have reported significant productivity increases and the ability make business decisions faster because they’re not dealing with reporting backlogs. And of course better integrated and better performing systems means lower OpEx. We have customers who are saving millions in infrastructure overhead costs by consolidating on to systems like Exadata and SPARC SuperCluster. These systems deliver unparallel performance in the application modules that are extremely performance sensitive, thus allowing batch reporting jobs to run “on demand,” i.e. in minutes that up to now have had to run overnight, as well in transactional workloads, such as HR self-service that effectively eliminates wait time before proceeding and turning that into work time. Looking now into the future, Oracle application teams are now creating unique In-Memory applications to take advantage of Oracle Engineered systems that solve business problems in way never before possible, which improve business decision, planning, execution and sales.And certainly not least, running Oracle applications on Oracle systems have saved our customers millions of dollars in infrastructure overhead costs.
  • Using a conservative estimate, we have quantified that our typical migration client has reduced both cost and duration of their project by over 25% compared to using traditional, inhouse migration methods.Summary of Oracle migration benefits:Realize the full benefits of your new technology platformAchieve IT simplificationDramatic reduction in the risk, time, and expense of migrations and upgradesFaster time to Value
  • Talk to us today at the event…or email us with your questions.And watch the related videos…
  • The Oracle Migration Factory: http://medianetwork.oracle.com/video/player/1966961893001

Faster Migrations to New Oracle Server and Storage Technology Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. 1 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Step-by-Step Processes for Faster Migrations to new Oracle Server and Storage technology
  • 3. Agenda  Value of Technology Migrations  How to Migrate Successfully – Key principles – Best practices – Benefits, outcomes  Customer Success Stories 3 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 4. Is Old Technology Holding You Back? Cloud Computing Data Center Refresh Virtualization/ Consolidation 4 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 5. What Could New Technology Do for You? Greater Simplicity 5 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Reduced Risk Higher Performance Cost Savings
  • 6. How to Approach Your Project The Right Architecture Builds the foundation for a successful technology project 6 The Right Migration Approach Drives a safer, less costly, more predictable transition Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 7. Optimized Data Center The Right Architecture Summary of Key Architectural Principles RASP Management Visibility/transparency, conformity to standards, unified measurement/monitoring Integration Modularity/granularity, specialization/abstraction, standardiz ation Reuse 7 Systems scalability, rapid provisioning, reliability, serviceability, comprehensive security, highest performance Rationalization/simplification, leverage existing investments Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 8. Oracle Optimized Data Center Roadmap Program Scope Roadmap Creation Frameworks & Methods Current State Assessment Future Vision Definition Gap Analysis Roadmap Selection and Scheduling Engineering Method Monitoring and Management Project Scope Solution Delivery 8 Process Delivery Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.         Modeling Definition Discovery Design Implementation Testing Deployment OA & M        Project Definition Requirements Mgmt Project Mgmt Engineering Resourcing Schedule Budget Reference Architecture Governance Model
  • 9. Oracle Reference Architecture [Click to enlarge] Why a Reference Architecture?  Dramatically reduces the time to create your solution architecture  Incorporates industry best practices  Reduces your risk by providing a repeatable solution blueprint  Helps you make the best use of Oracle and other vendor’s products "If you think good architecture is expensive, try bad architecture." -- Brian Foote and Joseph Yoder 9 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 10. How to Get from Here to There Shift the focus from fear… Risk Cost Delay Disruption Uncertainty The Right Migration Approach …to business value Empowerment Productivity Alignment Efficiency Security Oracle has designed and built a world-class Migration Factory to bridge the gap 10 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 11. Attributes of a Successful Migration The right architecture 11 Business and executive buy-in Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The right planning, and staffing The right tools and support
  • 12. What is Oracle Migration Factory? Migrate Faster and Safer A consulting service delivering a proven, step-by-step process for technology migrations, including:  Migration planning with your team Oracle Migration Factory People Dedicated team of migration experts Flexible onshore/ offshore model  Architectural best practices Process Proven methodology and re-usable tools built from 25 years of hands-on migration experience Technology Real-time management and visibility into projects Management tools to ensure quality delivery  Collaboration with migration experts  Automated tools and templates  Project monitoring and reporting 12 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Discover Analyze Migrate Transition
  • 13. Lifecycle of a Migration Discover OBJECTIVES Balance resources with needs and expectations  Business goals  Architectural drivers Analyze Identify elements to be included  Dependencies  Onsite and offshore execution  Tasks  Testing  Project verification  Transitional planning  Project monitoring  Project closure Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Execute tasks Transition Ensure objectives are met  Complexity 13 Migrate
  • 14. Typical Migration Workflow Analyze Migrate Transition  On-site experts review objectives  Tasks assigned to product specialists  Data moved from source to target  Objectives reviewed  Automated analysis used to create project estimates and scope ACTIVITIES Discover  Dependencies and constraints identified  Testing completed  Knowledge transferred  Automated and on-site validation  Documentation shared  Resource, migration planning and timeline created 14  Test and go live plans built Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.  Real-time project monitoring
  • 15. Features of Oracle Migration Factory Automation  Automated task generation  Scoping estimates  Automated analysis of source databases  Automated migration scripts 15 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle Processes  Standardization  Knowledge pooling/ sharing  Real time project management and monitoring Oracle Product Experts  Product specializations  Industry expertise  Onsite and remote delivery
  • 16. Risks Associated with Poor Migration Execution Typical Migration Oracle Migration Factory People • Migration specialists for each task • Staff plans blended at task level Process • Labor intensive • High-level estimates miss complexity and detailed requirements • Automated and repeatable • Rapid estimations based on detailed scope and complexity Infrastructure 16 • Lack experience for specific tasks • Project-level staff plans • Lack complete view of overall project • Static guidance and information • End-to-end management • Guidance pinpointed at task level Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 17. Project Scope Use Case #1: IBM POWER Server Refresh to Oracle Exadata  Multiple instances of Oracle Database 10g Oracle Database on IBM hardware to Engineered System  Plus, in-house custom applications (multiple) (single instance) IBM AIX IBM hardware platform Oracle Linux Oracle Exadata** Requirements Core Activities Process  Consolidate many database instances to a single instance  Upgrade Oracle Database from 10g to 11g  50 TB data migration  Operating systems migration from AIX to OL  Go-live in production environment  Architecture, planning and migration  Implement database consolidation strategies and platform specific optimizations for target  ZFS Appliance for backup  Oracle Exadata installation and configuration  Software installations and patching  Configure and manage backups and monitoring  Tools: Golden Gate, XTTS, Real Application Testing, Enterprise Manager 12c, Data Guard  Utilize Oracle Migration Factory automated scripts  Delivery: Blended onsite and offsite  Real-time pro 17 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.  Hardware migration from (multiple) IBM systems to (1) Oracle Exadata  50TB database migration Similar Projects*  Low complexity = 1-2 month project  Medium complexity = 3-6 month project  High complexity = 6+ month project * Results may vary based upon individual customer scope, requirements and environment complexity ** Can also be migration to an Oracle engineered system
  • 18. Project Scope Use Case #2: IBM POWER Server Refresh to Oracle SPARC T5-8 Oracle Applications and Oracle Database Running on IBM Hardware  Oracle E-Business Suite  Oracle Database 10g  Hardware migration from IBM POWER systems to (2) Oracle SPARC T5-8  25TB database migration Similar Projects* IBM hardware platform (multiple) Requirements  Minor migration tasks for Oracle E-Business Suite associated with change of platform  25 TB data migration  Operating systems migration from AIX to Solaris  Go-live in production environment 18 (2) Oracle SPARC T5-8** Core Activities  Architecture, planning and migration  Solaris 11 and OVM install and configuration  Database and application migration and configuration  DR architecture and implementation  Configure and manage backups and monitoring Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Process  Tools (as appropriate): Golden Gate, RMAN, Real Application Testing, Enterprise Manager 12c, Data Guard  Utilize Oracle Migration Factory automated scripts  Delivery: Blended onsite and offsite  Real-time project monitoring and reporting  Low complexity = 3-4 month project  Medium complexity = 4-6 month project  High complexity = 6+ month project * Results may vary based upon individual customer scope, requirements and environment complexity ** Can also be migration to an Oracle engineered system
  • 19. Project Scope Use Case #3: Oracle Apps running on IBM POWER and IBM DB2  Oracle PeopleSoft applications  Competitive database migration – off IBM DB2 to Oracle Database 11g Oracle PeopleSoft migration to Oracle SPARC M-32  Hardware migration from IBM POWER systems to (1) Oracle SPARC M5-32  2TB database migration IBM database IBM hardware platform Oracle SPARC M5-32** Similar Projects* Requirements Core Activities  Migrate Oracle PeopleSoft to new SPARC platform (off POWER)  Operating system migration from AIX to Solaris  DB2 to Oracle Database 11g migration  2 TB data migration  Go-live in production environment  Architecture planning and migration  RMAN backup or Data Pump export via OEM console (or alternate strategy based on complexity)  Provision and update target database environment  Review schema objects, execute recompiles as needed, resolve object errors and document steps 19 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Process  Tools (as appropriate): Golden Gate, XTTS, Real Application Testing, Enterprise Manager 12c, Data Guard  Utilize Oracle Migration Factory automated scripts  Delivery: Blended onsite and offsite and partners  Real-time project monitoring and reporting  Low complexity = 3-4 month project  Medium complexity = 6-9 month project  High complexity = 9+ month project * Results may vary based upon individual customer scope, requirements and environment complexity ** Can also be migration to an Oracle engineered system
  • 20. Broad Migration Experience Oracle Migration and Upgrade Services Engineered Systems Oracle Exadata Oracle Exalogic Oracle Exalytics Oracle SPARC Super Cluster  Oracle Big Data Appliance     Databases Security OS, Servers, Storage  Oracle Database, previous versions  IBM DB2, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server  Teradata 20 Applications          Oracle Solaris  IBM, HP, Dell E-Business Suite PeopleSoft Siebel JD Edwards Oracle Identity Manager Oracle Single Sign-on Sun Identity Manager Novell Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Business Intelligence  Oracle Discoverer  Oracle Hyperion Interactive Planning  IBM Cognos  SAP Business Objects Middleware  Oracle Fusion Middleware  Oracle WebLogic Server  Oracle Portal, Oracle WebCenter  IBM Websphere, JBoss
  • 21. Migrating to Oracle Systems Drives Value Oracle Applications Run Best on Oracle Systems • Reduced Risk ̶ Mitigate integration and downtime issues ̶ Ensure end-to-end process compliance Oracle Systems are improving Oracle Application processes • Increased Productivity ̶ Transform Batch Jobs to On-Demand ̶ Shift Wait Time to Work Time ̶ Up to 50% efficiency gains in KPIs • Better Decision Making, Planning, Execution, Sales ̶ Oracle In-Memory Applications • Lower Operating Costs ̶ Save $M’s in infrastructure overhead costs 21 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle Confidential – Internal Only
  • 22. Oracle Migration Factory Delivers Success The Oracle Migration Factory dramatically reduces the risk, time, and expense of migrations and upgrades Cost of Oracle database upgrades reduced over 25% compared to business-as-usual upgrades 22 Duration of Oracle database upgrades reduced over 25% compared to in-house upgrades Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 23. Next Steps Talk to an Oracle Consulting expert today, or email us at: ask-oracleconsulting_us@oracle.com Enterprise Architecture Workshop Migration Factory Workshop Watch Video: Watch Video: http://medianetwork.oracle.com/ video/player/1966961893001 http://medianetwork.oracle.com/video /player/2513788308001 23 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 24. www.oracle.com/consulting Reduce Risk, Accelerate Results 24 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 25. Graphic Section Divider 25 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 12
  • 26. Benefits of Specialized Product Expertise Specialists do the same tasks repeatedly, which:  Lowers costs  Increases throughput  Increases quality  Decreases risk  Accelerates results  Enables progress measurement 26 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The Migration Factory delivers breakthroughs in standardization and automation – like an assembly line
  • 27. Benefits of Automated Tools and Processes Real time project monitoring More accurate scope and pricing estimates Higher quality results using historical data and best practices 27 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 28. Global Delivery Model Flexible Delivery Options for Onshore, Offshore, and Blended Combinations Offshore Onshore Low cost resource center in Bangalore, India Customer site 28 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Onshore-Offshore Blended Model Customer site and offshore resources blended to meet your needs Oracle Consulting More successful Oracle deployments than any other provider
  • 29. Appendix 29 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 30. More Migration Success Stories Global Consumer Goods Company  Migration of data warehouse from HP Itanium to Oracle Exadata  Provided Architecture, Planning, Migration and Managed Services  Migration executed with no issues, minimal downtime and ahead of schedule. Customer realized massive performance improvements, faster/ better data analysis for business users, reduced cost of operations 30 Financial Services Company  Developed target architecture for Oracle Database 11gR2 eliminating dependency on complex third party products for high availability and DR  Aligned business strategy and developed architecture and migration roadmap to Oracle Exadata  Established foundation for Database as a Service Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Global Systems Integrator Large Insurance Provider  Migrated168 applications from WebLogic Server R8.1 (WLS) to Oracle WLS/WLI 10gR3  Phased migration from legacy Sun systems to Oracle Identity Manager 11g (OIM) for 60,000 users  Customer benefitted from lower costs and faster migrations with automated factory approach for domain and application migrations, onshore/ offshore model, and unmatched product expertise  Standardized and automated business processes for attestation amd SOX application migration critical for compliance  Developed standard business methodology and governance best practices for on-going security management
  • 31. Portfolio of Migration Services Delivered by Oracle Consulting Advise and Plan Complete migration portfolio delivers a robust and cost-effective approach to IT transformation Design, Build, and Deploy Advisory Service Architecture Service  Assessment and planning  Build project plan for application, data, infrastructure and management components Migration Factory  Guided migration process incorporating automated tools and best practices  Implementation, optimization, and testing of future systems and network architecture 31 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 32. Success Story: Migration Factory Premiere Internet Payment Broker The Challenge Migrate to new, strategic Engineered Systems platform quickly and cost-effectively Migration Factory Process Overview – Migration to Exadata 1 2 Define scope Estimate the level of effort 3 4 Assign Tasks Assign the right resources 5 6 Oracle Consulting Services Exadata Migration and Storage Services What We Delivered – and Why It’s Valuable  Only six weeks from Delivery to Go Live  Deployment of 6 Exadata x2-8s, 6 storage     32 expansion cabinets in 3 clusters Migration of 100TB of data Average 10 person days/DB migration Within 7% of initial cost estimate Exceeded all expectations! Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Monitor progress at asset and task level Deliver successful migration!
  • 33. Success Story: Migration Factory Fortune 500 Insurance Company The Challenge Aging, legacy Sun Identity Management infrastructure had challenges synchronizing data across systems, and didn’t meet business requirements – 100+ SOX applications had to be manually certified Oracle Consulting Services Sun Identity Management (SIM) to Oracle Identity Management (OIM) Upgrade Services What We Delivered – and Why It’s Valuable  Leveraged the automated processes, templates, and dedicated experts of the Oracle Migration Factory to reduce upgrade cost and risk – and realize benefits faster  Automated quarterly and annual SOX reporting for 100+ applications to improve efficiency and reduce errors  Synchronized enterprise-wide employee and non-employee information to business critical systems 33 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle Consulting Migration Services Migrations and upgrades to the latest versions of:  Oracle Database  Exadata – and all Engineered Systems  WebLogic Server  JCAPS  Oracle Identity Manager  SPARC T4 Architecture  And many, many more!
  • 34. Success Story: Migration Factory Name-Brand Consumer Product Manufacturer The Challenge Get it right on the first try – reduce the cost and risk of migrating a mission-critical application off a legacy environment Oracle Consulting Migration Services Migrations and upgrades to the latest versions of: Oracle Consulting Services  Oracle Database HP Itanium to Exadata Migration Services  Exadata – and all Engineered Systems What We Delivered – and Why It’s Valuable  Successful migration – the first time – at a reduced cost  Databases and analytics environments migrated from legacy HP Itanium to Exadata  Repeatable best practices lower risk and costs  WebLogic Server  JCAPS  Oracle Identity Manager  SPARC T4 Architecture  And many, many more! 34 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
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