As a regular reader of this blog, you will be familiar with one of our most widely used My Oracle Support knowledge documents, Getting Started with Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud (MOS Note 2066260.1). This has been the primary doc starting point for EBS on Oracle Cloud since our initial cloud offerings in 2016.
The original note will remain as a reference, but we now also have three new, specialized Getting Started notes, as shown in the Reference Document column here:
The rest of this article describes the purpose of each of these notes, and provides the associated links.
In the few short years since EBS first became available on Oracle Cloud, our offerings have both evolved and diversified. First, there have been major enhancements to the supported cloud services, as Oracle's core offerings have been revised. In addition, we in EBS Development have introduced a range of dedicated tools for you to use first of all in migrating your EBS systems to Oracle Cloud, and subsequently managing your EBS enviroments there.
And by popular demand, we have also made provision for those of you whose use of a public cloud is constrained by regulatory or statutory requirements: if you are in that category, we now have options to support cloud capability on your premises, thus combining the best of both worlds.
To help you keep clear about what the latest EBS on Oracle Cloud solutions are, and which will best serve your organization's specific needs, we have now made available the three new MOS notes shown above, each dedicated to a particular area.
Most of you will find the first of these (MOS Note 2517025.1) describes all you need to know about running EBS on our current standard cloud service (OCI), as shown below in the table of contents.
If you have a requirement to maintain at least some components of your installation on your premises, the second note (MOS Note 2517035.1) will outline the solutions available. And finally, if you still need to use our original cloud offerings for a while longer, we cater for you with the third note (MOS Note 2517045.1).