By: Nagarajuna Reddy
In simple words, cloud computing is nothing but accessing services through the Internet.
- Client -> Shopping Mall, Banking, Insurance, Health Care
- Vendor -> Hardware, OS, Dev Env, Databases, Application
- Dev Co -> ennVee, TechM, Wipro
The most common services available through the cloud are IaaS (Infra as a Service), SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), and in recent times, new services like CaaS (Communication as a service) and MaaS (Monitoring as a Service). Continue reading “Crash Course: IaaS, CaaS, PaaS, FaaS”
One of the largest, not for profit charities in the US successfully deploys its RMS application to Azure Cloud.
By: Nitin Kulkarni
Business Use Case – Migrating RMS application to Windows Azure
One of the largest Jewish, not for profit charities in the United States utilizes a Result Management System (RMS), web-based application deployed on-premise. In this white paper, we discuss migrating to Azure using this RMS as an example for both Windows Azure through Cloud services implementation models.
Download the full white paper here. Continue reading “Migrating an on-premise, RMS application to Azure Cloud”
New features and benefits of upgrading to Oracle EBS 12.2.
By: Lavanya M., ennVee
Upgrading Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) from 11i to 12.2 introduces numerous changes steered towards modern user experience, functionality advancements, streamlined installation, operational efficiency, and increased performance. In this post, we discuss the new features and benefits of upgrading to Oracle EBS 12.2, R12 offerings, Time, Cost, and Resources savings on the transition, and to upgrade EBS 11i instances to a single global instance of R12.
The transition from 11i to R12 is a high-stakes major initiative for any E-Business Suite (EBS) customer. Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12 is a significant new version with valuable new features and capabilities. Currently, most believe that some clients are forced to reimplement to take advantage of R12, but others may be lucky enough to reap the new release benefits via Oracle’s upgrade process. EBS customers with brand new implementations are not impacted by the transition complexities.
Most EBS customers upgrade if given a choice because it is the path of least resistance. Compared to reimplementation, it is simpler, requires less resources, will likely cost less, and the time-to-value is shorter. ISV’s tend to make upgrades easier than starting from scratch, if they know how and can do so at an acceptable cost. If not, individual customers must shoulder the reimplementation burden. Continue reading “Upgrading to Oracle EBS R12.2: New Features, Benefits, & ROI”
Demystifying NoSQL and MongoDB.
By: Ramamohan Nukala
Principal Consultant, ennVee
I love DBMS and out of curiosity I learned SQL in my college days. But now, in recent times, there is a lot of buzz in the market about NoSQL. The first time I heard NoSQL, I though, “what is “No SQL”?“, and “where can I go if SQL is my primary skill set?“. After browsing through Google I learned that NOSQL is actually “Not Only SQL Database.” (fun fact: it’s still pronounced as it spells “No SQL”).
What is NoSQL?
As mentioned above, NoSQL stands for “Not Only SQL Database”. Before we understand NoSQL, we need to shed some light into RDBMS. Continue reading “Crash Course: NoSQL & mongoDB”
An optimal way to apply CPU/PSU patches to Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2.x.
By: Praveen Sreedhar
Lead DBA, ennVee
Each quarter, Oracle releases new Critical Patch Updates (CPU) / Patch Set Updates (PSU). In this article, we discuss applying these patches to Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) along with the Oracle MOS id references.
In Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) we have various tech stack components. It’s important to apply the critical patch update (CPU) to all of these components. Continue reading “Applying CPU/PSU Patches to Oracle EBS R12.2.x”