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Oracle Hosting For ERP Systems

Oracle Hosting For ERP Systems



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    • Oracle hosting is being increasingly sought out by companies who need an enterprise system but cannotdevote the heavy resources and technical capability it callsfor. The solution is a managed server or cloud service that can provide access to hosted versions of everything fromthe database to business applications. Customers can host their CRM, the flagship EBS (e-Business Suite) or even deploy and implement individual Fusion applications.
    • Lets just run with the assumption that those in need of Oracle hosting are likely to have a good handle on thecomplexity of moving ERP systems. Its not possible here to dig into the innards of each system and its migration process. Considering the limited space, it will be barely enough to outline the advantages of accessing programs through managed servers and cloud-based services.
    • It might be better to start off with an easierproposition, such as choosing a host for a database. A data center with more security than Fort Knox is needed to safeguard databases containing proprietary data. This is par for the course, but the kicker here is that it has to be an Oracle db and the host must have crack DBAs on hand 24/7.
    • Opting for a database on a shared or dedicated server managed by a remote host no doubt makes it cost- effective. More importantly, the host will offer a level ofperformance that is almost impossible for most companies to replicate in-house. Apart from the standard 11g database, the host may be using fail-safe systems such as Real Application Clusters (RAC) which deploy a single database across a cluster of servers in order to render it immune to hardware failure.
    • Things get slightly more complicated when shifting anenterprise system such as EBS to a managed server. Itsnot a decision that any company is going to make lightly. Providers need to come up with a customized solution based on the clients specific and unique needs.
    • Even so, a few commonalities must be considered by allclients. For starters, the providers data center has to be SSAE16 or SAS 70 certified so that the hosted data and applications are compliant under the standards requiredby the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. On top of this, Oracle has a set of regulations to be followed by the hosts who provide program access and data processing services to clients.
    • Once the hosted applications become available to a companys users, the benefits make all the resources spent on the transition seem worthwhile. The local IT setup and staff can be scaled down to minimal levels.Hardware maintenance and upgrades, security, databaseand server administration and connectivity become the hosts responsibility. The client can now start focusing solely on growth for the core business activity.
    • Oracle hosting is the hi-tech tip of a highly technical sector, and hosts capable of providing this service cannot be picked randomly from a list or web search. They need to fulfill a long list of conditions first, including having a certified data center and an official tie-up with Oracle.They need to have crack APEX development professionals and DBAs on their squad to help clients. Most important of all, they must have a reference list of satisfied hosted Oracle program users.
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