Tuesday Oct 23, 2012

JD Edwards in the Cloud…Really Already!

Yes, there is a lot of conversation about Oracle and the cloud.  Many of you may assume that Oracle applications in the cloud  only apply to Oracle Fusion Applications.  And JD Edwards customers are curious about if, when and how JD Edwards might be offered to them as a subscription offering.  The truth of the matter is that Oracle partners today are providing a JD Edwards subscription offering.  In order to help you understand what’s available, please read on for the reader’s digest version!

Let’s start with a definition.  JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is available as an Accelerate subscription.  Oracle “Accelerate” subscription is Oracle's approach for providing simple to deploy, packaged, enterprise-class software solutions to growing midsize organizations through its network of expert partners.

The partners that offer Oracle  JD Edwards Accelerate Subscriptions do so via their Partner Private Clouds (PPC).  The Oracle JD Edwards cloud solutions are offered only by qualified Oracle JD Edwards partners and they provide customers a complete Oracle solution that includes license software, maintenance, hosting and other services on a monthly subscription basis. 

Qualified partners must be members of Oracle PartnerNetwork, be an Oracle Accelerate solutions provider and be enabled to deliver JD Edwards applications via Oracle Business Accelerator rapid implementation technology. 

Currently we have many JD Edwards partners around the globe that offer the JD Edwards Accelerate Subscription model.  To access a list of Oracle JD Edwards partners currently in this program click here

To learn more about Oracle JD Edwards Cloud Computing read this recently published white paper:   Oracle JD Edwards Cloud Computing. Choosing a deployment strategy that fits

Wednesday Oct 10, 2012

Are You "INFOCUS"? We are!

The JD Edwards team is looking forward to participating in JD Edwards INFOCUS, the inaugural JD Edwards EnterpriseOne deep dive conference from Quest International Users Group. We've worked diligently with the leadership of Quest’s JD Edwards Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and Regional User Groups (RUGs) to make sure this national user event delivers JD Edwards content that meets the needs of the community. Plus, this event is being held right in JD Edwards’ backyard… Denver (Broomfield), Colorado!

JD Edwards INFOCUS will be held November 7-9 at the Omni Interlocken Resort. Through our Product Strategy, Development and Support teams, Oracle will provide support for education sessions in these key tracks:

· HCM

· Financials

· Manufacturing and Distribution

· Real Estate Industry Forum

· Supply Chain

· Tools & Technology

Oracle will host a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Support demo booth to showcase many of the new capabilities available to you plus best practice approaches with existing capabilities, all to enhance your support experience. Oracle is also hosting a classroom-based Upgrades Workshop to explore methodology for a complete JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP software upgrade project. Space is limited so pre-register at QuestDirect.org/INFOCUS by adding the workshop to your agenda using the Agenda Builder on the Education tab. Finally, participate in one of the many enhancement discussions for key JD Edwards solutions at INFOCUS and contribute to the future of  JD Edwards through an interactive forum.  All of this is part of the 140+ education sessions being offered by the customer and vendor community.  

There’s a lot of buzz around this conference, so don’t delay in registering key members of your team today.  We look forward to seeing you there so register NOW!

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Welcome to the JD Edwards Blog. Post are contributed by the JD Edwards strategy and development teams, covering a broad range of topics. The goal of the blog is to create opportunities for information and idea sharing, to engage JD Edwards customers/users, partners, and Oracle employees in conversation, the spirit of improving the experience and effectiveness of all that participate in the community. Both EnterpriseOne & World products are fair game for blog topics. Topics will cover functional, technical, business topics,but it is not the intent of this blog to provide "support" activities and those discussions will be best served via My Oracle Support or Oracle Mix. We invite your comments and feedback, and look forward to lively conversation.

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