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Migrating to the Cloud: Oracle Client/Server Modernizationby Tom Laszewski and Prakash Nauduri. Technical Ed. By Ward Spangenberg.
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Whether your company is planning on database migration, desktop application migration, or has IT infrastructure consolidation projects, this book gives you all the resources you'll need. It gives you recommendations on tools, strategy and best practices and serves as a guide as you plan, determine effort and budget, design, execute and roll your modern Oracle system out to production. Focusing on Oracle grid relational database technology and Oracle Fusion Middleware as the target cloud-based architecture, your company can gain organizational efficiency, agility, increase innovation and reduce IT Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by moving to service-oriented, Web-based cloud architectures.
Book News Annotation:
Intended for executives, system architects and IT managers, this guide to migrating legacy server operations to modern scalable cloud computing technologies provides detailed information on the design, planning, pitfalls and solutions involved in creating modern distributed enterprise data and services infrastructure. Exploring systems based around Oracle brand technologies, the work covers topics such as identifying levels of effort and cost, database schema and data migration, Oracle database cloud planning and implementation, Sybase migrations, application migrations, and PowerBuilder to Oracle APEX migrations. Chapters include screen shots and code examples as well as non technical information for business side professionals. Laszewski is director of cloud migrations and Nauduri is the technical director at the Oracle Platform Migration Group. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
Tom Laszewski has over twenty years' experience in databases, middleware, software development, management, and building strong technical partnerships. He is currently the Director of the Oracle Platform Migrations Group.Prakash Nauduri has over 18 years' experience working with databases, middleware, development tools/technologies, software design, development and training. He is currently the Technical Director of the Oracle Platform Migrations Group.
Prakash Nauduri is currently the Technical Director of the Oracle Platform Migrations Group.
Table of Contents
Introduction Chapter 1: Migrating to the Cloud: Client/Server Migrations to the Oracle Cloud Chapter 2: Identifying the Level of Effort and Cost Chapter 3: Methodology and Design Chapter 4: Relational Migration Tools Chapter 5: Database Schema and Data Migration Chapter 6: Database Stored Object Migration Chapter 7: Application Migration/Porting Due to Database Migration Chapter 8: Migrating Applications to the Cloud Chapter 9: Service Enablement of Client/Server Applications Chapter 10: Oracle Database Cloud Infrastructure Planning and Implementation Chapter 11: Sybase Migrations from a Systems Integrator Perspective, and Case Study Chapter 12: Application Migration: Oracle Forms to Oracle Application Development Framework 11g Chapter 13: Application Migration: PowerBuilder to Oracle APEX Chapter 14: Challenges and Emerging Trends
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