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Partner Webcast - Oracle Enterprise IaaS Works the Way Enterprise IT Works

Thanos Terentes Printzios
EMEA A&C Technology Adoption Manager

As the demand for cloud grows, Oracle has different ways of assisting customers
lifting and shifting their existing applications from on-premise to the cloud
or building custom applications on the cloud. Oracle IaaS is enterprise-grade
infrastructure service provides a rapidly provisioned virtual compute
environment that lets you easily migrate workloads and run them at scale with
predictable, consistent performance, control, and visibility.

You can take advantage of our automated process for provisioning Oracle IaaS in the Oracle public cloud in minutes and you can
easily move your existing application and workloads from your on-premises data
centers to the cloud or use non-oracle tools to move your workloads to the
oracle public cloud.

Oracle simplifies migration of Enterprise
Workloads and delivers new ways and tools to manage your IaaS infrastructure.

Join us as we go
through the
Oracle IaaS offering, exploring the creation and management of instances,
the automation of resource provisioning and building and managing images in
your cloud infrastructure.

Agenda:

  • Oracle Enterprise IaaS
  • Migrating
    your Enterprise Workload to IaaS
  • Managing
    your Oracle IaaS with Rest APIs and Cloud Orchestrations
  • Third
    Party Tools – Chef and Puppet.
  • Summary
    - Q&A

Presenter: 
Allen Wangu – FMW Consultant – Oracle Partner Hub Kenya - Innovation
& Modernization Center

Demo: Using Rest API, Orchestration and other Tools
with Oracle Compute Cloud Service

This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be
delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start
time may not receive confirmation to attend.



Date: Thursday, 19th January, 10am CET (9am GMT/11am EET)



For any questions please contact us at
partner.imc@beehiveonline.oracle.com


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