Guest author: Shirley Lum.
There’s a lot of buzz around digital transformation and the urgency to modernize for fear of being left behind competition. A recent Gartner projects that spending on cloud system infrastructure services will grow from $39.5 billion in 2019 to $63 billion through 2021. “Through 2022, growth in enterprise IT spending for cloud-based offerings will be faster than growth in traditional (non-cloud) IT offerings, making cloud computing one of the most disruptive forces in IT markets since the early days of the digital age.”
Where are you in your cloud journey? No one cloud journey follows the same path. Both business and IT need to be aligned in understanding, prioritizing and executing on that journey. Oracle can make the journey easy for the entire enterprise supporting all-cloud, on-prem/cloud hybrid and mixed cloud environments. Moving application functionality to the cloud is an opportunity to re-invent and transform fundamental business processes. Once in the cloud, you can seamlessly continue to extend and innovate by taking advantage of advanced and emerging technologies natively embedded, ready-to-go in the Oracle applications and supplemented with the underlying Cloud Platform to tailor your applications with ready-to-use, ready-to-build tools.
To learn how Oracle Cloud Platform and its technologies can help you in your cloud journey, please attend the , a free virtual event hosted by the Quest Oracle Community. We’ll cover how the Oracle Cloud Platform provides value to applications and spotlight key technologies that you need to know for a successful digital transformation. Whether you represent the lines of business or IT, you’ll find topics of interest: What is the Oracle Cloud Platform and its role in delivering innovation? Why integration needs to be an integral part of any modernization strategy? How is it important to provide intelligent, engaging experiences to employees and customers who expect more in this digital age? What to do when you have unique business requirements that can’t be immediately addressed by out-of-the-box application functionality?
Four one-hour sessions:
Register now for on October 16, 2019!