With end of full support for Oracle Database 11.2 here, licensees are facing critical decisions around database strategy. How do licensees feel about the value of Oracle Database? In 2020, Rimini Street conducted a survey, asking IT leaders, C-level executives, and database professionals across diverse industries in 18 countries about their plans for and attitudes about the value of Oracle Database and where open-source and cloud fit into their roadmaps. Benchmarked against the 2017 Rimini Street survey, “The Hidden Truths About Oracle Database,” the new survey report also provides a look at the evolution of attitudes around the system. In this infographic, you’ll find the biggest takeaways from the survey and recommendations on how to approach your database strategy.
If you’re running Oracle EBS 12.1 or earlier, you’re paying Oracle 22% of your license fees for old patches and fixes with no new updates or features. Upgrading to 12.2 just to get minimal support means undertaking a time-consuming and costly upgrade. Neither are practical ways to spend your IT dollars with global uncertainty looming and digital transformation initiatives at hand. Combining survey data and a historical look at the history and the future of Oracle EBS innovation, this white paper provides licensees with valuable insights and considerations to make informed decisions around their Oracle roadmap. The white paper covers: Insights from a recent Oracle EBS licensee survey around perceptions and plans for EBS At-a-glance view of Oracle EBS releases and end-of-support dates by version An overview of Oracle’s strategy for innovation and upgrades for its E-Business Suite software Ways that independent, third-party support from Rimini Street helps licensees extend the life of their EBS systems and avoid or delay upgrades that deliver little value
Costs continue to be under pressure across the enterprise as businesses react to the severe and on-going economic and industry pressures.
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Many organizations plan to move toward the cloud over time and others may have infrastructure elements that will never be cloud ready. With hybrid IT, organizations can achieve cloud benefits, like cost savings, scalability, and agility, while leveraging investments in non-cloud elements. By satisfying a variety of use cases, hybrid IT is emerging as the operating model for the future allowing organizations to combine cloud and non-cloud environments to achieve the best-fit platform for each workload. Architecting a robust and reliable hybrid environment involves managing multiple layers of complexity including platform compatibility, vendor responsibility, and security coverage. In the white paper, “6 Best Practices for Hybrid IT Environment Success,” you’ll learn how to plan a successful hybrid IT journey. In the white paper, you’ll find: An overview of the operational challenges of the hybrid era Functional and technical best practices for hybrid environments Strategies for managing multiple vendors and cloud providers Practical recommendations for application placement, vendor selection, security, and interoperability
What are the major challenges European PeopleSoft licensees face – and what are their future PeopleSoft ERP plans? In March 2020, Rimini Street polled PeopleSoft licensees in various roles (CIO, VP of IT, Director/ Manager of IT, Oracle Application Leads, Oracle Application Managers, and Oracle Administrators) around Europe, across diverse industries to find out. The survey revealed that most respondents believe that their current release meets their business needs, but they still experience frustration with support and costs. Other insights from the report: Where Peoplesoft licensees that are no longer supported are finding support What factors are – and aren’t – motivating PeopleSoft licensees toward the 9.2 upgrade and release cycle How much time and manpower do PeopleSoft licensees devote to testing, validating, and applying 9.2 upgrades Which platforms that PeopleSoft licensees are using to move to the cloud Download the full report for survey results, insights, and recommendations to guide your PeopleSoft roadmap.
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With nearly 90% of IT budgets spent on maintaining systems and only 10% available for business transformation initiatives, how can procurement be a catalyst and lead this transformation?
SAP licensees face a multitude of challenges today – a constrained IT budget and increasing demand for supporting business needs and support, along with a forced upgrade by SAP to S/4HANA.
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