By Haiduong Vo-Oracle on Nov 13, 2015
Ah, it’s Friday morning. You’re looking forward to the weekend playing golf at the spectacular Pebble Beach Golf Links in California. Reading through your emails, you see a message from your boss reminding you of your presentation to the CIO and VP of Infrastructure at 1 pm today. At this important meeting, you need to present your findings from your search for the Cloud-in-a-box at Oracle OpenWorld to help the CIO and VP narrow their choices for a private cloud solution.
With the help of the Hero 6 team, you got the answers to all your questions. This presentation will be a breeze with the assets you found. First, you’ll use the Infographic to explain why your executives should consider Oracle Private Cloud Appliance for their private cloud solution:
- Your customers are asking your company to deliver an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
- Your organization needs a private cloud platform for Windows applications and Linux applications.
- Your organization is using Oracle Database, E-Business Suite, Flexcube, JD Edwards, Hyperion, Siebel, PeopleSoft, SAP and homegrown applications.
Next you talk about the what: Private Cloud Appliance features to address the needs of your organization.
You know the CIO and VP want more details on how Private Cloud Appliance is considered a Cloud-in-a-box solution, so you discuss the top three reasons. Budget is always a major part of the decision. You will explain how the Private Cloud Appliance will reduce your organization’s CapEx and OpEx. The quotes from two customers PLDT Alpha and Secure-24 help you validate the benefits.
Now that you have captured the attention of your executives, you play the 5-minute video of the Private Cloud Appliance, which demonstrates the benefits in cool animation.
Finally, to address your executives’ question: “who else is using this platform for private cloud?” you show the BT Spain video. For its "Cloud of Clouds" vision, BT Spain uses Oracle Private Cloud Appliance to address its needs for incremental scalability, operational efficiency, workload consolidation, and Trusted Partitions licensing.
You feel confident that these three assets will help your CIO and VP of Infrastructure narrow their choices and consider Oracle Private Cloud Appliance as a solution to address their business challenges. At a minimum, they will find your presentation informative, interesting and not a boring session of slides. It will be a fantastic weekend.
(Full Infographic can be downloaded here)