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Welcome to Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Cloud Blog

Nadia Bendjedou
Vice President - Product Strategy

[Publisher's note: We are pleased to launch this new blog with the following introductory article by Cliff Godwin, Senior Vice President, Oracle E-Business Suite Development.]

Welcome to the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Cloud Blog, which will cover all aspects of running Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud - including what you can do right now, and what you can plan for as our offerings evolve.

Larry Ellison, Founder and Executive Chairman of Oracle stated, “Coexistence of cloud and on-premises computing is going to be a decades-long process, if not forever".

Oracle has invested extensively in providing solutions to help customers realize the benefits of cloud computing at the infrastructure, platform, and business application levels. These cloud services are broadly grouped as follows:

  • Oracle’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  • Oracle’s Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Oracle’s Software as a Service (SaaS)

While each Oracle product line (including Oracle E-Business Suite) continues its development roadmap to serve its target markets and customer base, Oracle is actively promoting a coexistence or hybrid model that enables customers to adopt Oracle’s cloud services in ways that complement and augment their existing enterprise applications.

Most Oracle E-Business Suite customers will think about embracing cloud computing as a journey, rather than a “big bang” transformation. Oracle’s strategy is to help these customers find a practical path to the cloud while leveraging their investments in Oracle E-Business Suite, allowing them to match their business-specific needs to their decisions about product adoption, deployment preferences and the timeline of their journey.

In this blog, we will review and explain how Oracle E-Business Suite customers can take advantage of cloud computing by:

  • Running Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle’s IaaS and PaaS to support growth, enable business agility and reduce cost and risk.
  • Adopting new SaaS on PaaS applications that leverage Oracle’s PaaS platform and complement Oracle E-Business Suite's capabilities.
  • Leveraging practical coexistence scenarios where customers run part of their operations on Oracle E-Business Suite, and part on Oracle’s Cloud ERP, HCM, and CX SaaS products.

Note that while this blog will address some technology topics related to Oracle Cloud, note that it is intended to complement rather than replace our popular Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog, which will continue to serve as an authoritative voice for the information that Oracle E-Business Suite technology professionals need to do their job.

We'll be publishing new articles on a regular basis, so feel free to let us know what you'd like to see covered. We look forward to your comments and questions.

 

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Comments ( 7 )
  • Bhuvana Wednesday, April 26, 2017
    Would like to join
  • Terri Noyes Wednesday, April 26, 2017
    Bhuvana-
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    Terri
  • Ganpat Bhoot Friday, June 16, 2017
    Hello Team,
    I would like to join this discussion to explore..
  • Kim Lockhart Wednesday, June 21, 2017
    I would like to join this conversation
  • Casey Curtis Thursday, August 17, 2017
    I would like to join the discussion
  • DeeDee Wu Wednesday, April 3, 2019
    We have Oracle eBus interface application built using Oracle Forms and reports, they are completed integrated with Oracle eBus. User has to login into the Oracle eBus, select the responsibility to access those custom forms for interface. Can we still do that if we use SAAS?
  • Robert Farrington Monday, April 8, 2019
    Hi DeeDee,

    This blog is for EBS on Oracle Cloud, so does not cover SaaS applications. All I can point out is that Oracle Forms technology isn't used by SaaS and so you will need to rethink your customisation strategy.

    Regards,

    Robert.
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