Global information technology company, Unisys, moves to Rimini Street for support of Peoplesoft, Oracle EBS, Hyperion and Oracle Databases seeking savings, flexibility, and a superior level of support. The partnership with Rimini Street enabled Unisys to free up funds to enhance their strategic IT initiatives.
How to Choose an Open-Source Database
It might be time for a new database. Growing data volumes, real-time analytics, and digital initiatives are driving the need for more modern data architectures and platforms. As a result, many businesses are moving away from proprietary database software running on centralized servers in their own data centers and shifting to a newer generation of cloud databases that scale automatically and are much easier to deploy and manage. These new databases are often based on open-source software, and in fact, as of January 2021, open-source databases surpassed commercial databases in popularity.1 So how should you choose your new open-source database? It pays to ask some critical questions such as: what are my data characteristics? how easy — or hard — will data migration be? what capabilities do I need? which database would fit well with my existing IT infrastructure? For more insights, including benefits and potential risks of open-source databases, download the eBook. 1 DB-Engines
Kent County Council and Rimini Street talk to The Stack about Modernising ERP
How UK Public Sector Organisations are Delivering Quality Essential Services and Innovation While Reducing ERP Support Costs
In this Rimini Street webinar, public sector IT leaders share how they’re making significant savings, taking control of their IT roadmaps and planning for the future
The Hidden Costs Around Oracle Database Security Patches – and What You Can Do
Welcome to the Future of PeopleSoft Managed Services: Things Just Got Easier
With all Oracle PeopleSoft releases except for 9.2 in sustaining support and no announcement of 9.3, our customers have been finding creative ways to control costs and make things easier to do. Getting off Oracle support has been one of the best decisions you’ve made, so now let’s explore what happens next. We’ll reveal how one client running a blend of PeopleSoft 9.1 and 9.2 started by dropping their expensive Oracle support for third-party support – then engaged us to manage their systems. In this OnDemand Webinar, Frank Reneke, GVP & GM of Oracle Services for Rimini Street and Anne Plese, Sr Director of Product Marketing explore how we are helping our clients strengthen their financial position to accelerate digital transformation – all while taking back control of their roadmap in a time of uncertainty. Tune in to find out the steps that you can take toward a simplified operating model.
Hidden Truths And Market Trends Around Oracle Database
Oracle Database is the traditional market leader but a revolution has been brewing. Gartner has forecasted that “By 2022, more than 70% of new in-house applications will be developed on an OSDBMS or OSDBMS-based dbPaaS, and 50% of existing proprietary RDBMS instances will have been converted or be in process of converting”* There are new database and database support options available which should be considered in many situations and a few secrets about Oracle Database that may surprise you. In this webinar you will learn: Which popular Oracle Database releases will no longer be fully supported by the end of 2020 Some Oracle DB realities discovered in a recent 2020 survey you probably are not aware of What database alternatives are being considered and why How companies are freeing up budget by investigating database and database support alternatives
PeopleSoft Global User Survey
Join us as we review results and insights from a survey of PeopleSoft users around the world. Economic uncertainties and business demands are causing IT teams to make some major decisions for their organizations today. And with no PeopleSoft 9.3 release on the horizon, users are facing some serious questions about their roadmap: Should you upgrade and be faced with continuous updates for the next 10 years? Should you move to the cloud? Can you continue innovating on your current release? How will any of these options impact your organization and also generate the most value for your business? We surveyed PeopleSoft customers and asked their opinions about decisions they’re making around these topics, and we’ll discuss how these decisions will impact how your company will survive, stabilize and thrive moving forward.
Oracle EBS Global User Survey Insights
Join in on a review of results and insights from a survey of Oracle EBS users around the world. Economic uncertainties and business demands are causing IT teams to make some major decisions for their organizations today. And with no Oracle EBS 12.3 release on the horizon, and 12.1 moving into sustaining support in December 2021, users are facing some serious questions about their roadmap: Should you upgrade and be faced with continuous updates for the next 10 years? Should you move to the cloud? Can you continue innovating on your current release? How will any of these options impact your organization and generate the most value for your business? Oracle EBS customers were surveyed and asked of their opinions about decisions they’re making around these topics. Discussion focuses on how these decisions will impact how your company will survive, stabilize, and thrive moving forward.
CIO Experiences Episode 2: Predictable and Proven Success with Third-Party Support
Video interview with former CIO Tom Grooms on using third-party support for legacy ERP systems and new platforms, and archiving software entitlements for future use.