Cloud Migration Lifecycle - Step 2 of 5

After setting up the PaaS and IaaS environments, the application owners can take advantage of the PaaS and shared component to more quickly assemble the applications and deploy it through a self-service mechanism. If their role entitles them to make the request, it is automatically provisioned. If not, it gets routed to their management and/or IT for workflow approval (just like a procurement process). The assembly of the applications can be done using the Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder. Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder is used to quickly create and configure end-to-end multi-tier applications and provision them onto virtualized resources. For example, a web server, application server, and database can be package into self-contained assembly and deployed to the Oracle cloud using a seb-based self-provisioning application. The other component of the applications is a central repository for all application assemblies. This central repository can take the form of an "iTunes-like" web accessible location for enterprise applications.
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