We're so excited that Oracle OpenWorld 2018 in San Francisco is only days away. Oracle experts will be on site to share best practices for migrating Oracle Applications like E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft and Siebel to the cloud. What's more they'll be unveiling new solutions that are improving how these business critical applications run and perform.
Perhaps more importantly, you will get a chance to learn from other customers who will take to the stage to talk about how they're cutting operational costs, boosting performance and transforming IT by migrating their Oracle Applications to the cloud.
Souji Madhurapantula, Principal Product Manager at Oracle will lead a session to discuss how moving Oracle Applications from on-premises to Oracle's cloud can help organizations innovate faster, improve availability and reliability, and reduce costs. Attendees will get practical insights from customers Cox Automotive and Lifescan, Inc. that have recently made the move. And attendees will also learn how easy it is to migrate with professional services from Oracle and an ecosystem of experienced third-party managed service providers (MSPs) that are invested in your success.
As more and more customers are starting down the path of migrating their enterprise workloads to the cloud, we've put together a panel of customers who have done it. Kash Iftikhar, our VP of Product Management and Strategy, will kick off an interactive panel discussion with IT leaders from 7-Eleven, Covanta Energy, HID Global, and MBC Group who will chat about their real-life experiences of moving applications to the cloud.
If you're already familiar with the basics and want to dive into more advanced topics like architecture patterns for building, deploying and running enterprise workloads in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, join this session led by Karan Singh, Director of Product Management in charge of Solution Architectures. Oracle customer Alliance Data Systems will share the story of how they stood up six PeopleSoft environments - development, Q/A, user acceptance testing, disaster recovery, production, and certification – all in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
This session will focus on the Oracle Premier Support offerings available for your Oracle Application dev/test and production environments in the Oracle Cloud. Especially if you're bringing your critical business customizations from on-premises to the cloud, learn how you can take advantage of the same experience and the same comprehensive support. You'll hear how customers Essilor of America and Atlas Roofing Corporation have been able to transform their business.
Finally if you're interested in sessions dedicated to deploying specific Oracle Applications like JD Edwards, PeopleSoft or E-Business Suite in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, we invite you to join those targeted sessions as well. We look forward to seeing all of you at OpenWorld in San Francisco.