Companies have invested in PeopleSoft and JD Edwards software for years, which includes paying Oracle maintenance support in exchange for upgrades that contained new features and innovation. Now that Oracle has announced that their future is the Oracle Cloud, what is the path forward for those existing platforms?
Whether or not you are going to the PeopleSoft RECONNECT or JD Edwards INFOCUS conferences this year, you may have questions or concerns about your applications, Oracle’s Continuous Innovation release model, or how best to implement IaaS or PaaS.
During this 30-minute recorded session, Jason Kotsaftis, Sr. Director, Product Marketing and Ray Grisby, VP of Global JD Edwards Service Delivery share five questions to ask Oracle and RECONNECT and INFOCUS.
Jason Kotsaftis is Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Rimini Street. Most recently, Jason served as Sr. Director of Solutions Product Marketing and Product Management at Dell/EMC. In that role, he led the group responsible for the complete solutions portfolio for server, storage, networking, cloud computing as well as converged and hyper-converged infrastructure systems.
Prior to the Dell/EMC merger, Jason spent over 20 years at EMC Corporation where he held various positions including leading several strategic global alliances with Oracle, SAP and others as well as leading the solutions product marketing team for business applications, big data and cloud computing.
Mr. Grigsby is responsible for building and managing the delivery of all JD Edwards support services for Rimini Street clients.
Before joining Rimini Street, Mr. Grigsby spent over 18 years at JD Edwards, where he held various executive roles within the company. During that time, he designed, customized and managed JD Edwards implementations and migrations for global and mid-size companies, including Fortune 500 companies across a variety of industries and JD Edwards releases and products. In addition, he has assisted JD Edwards clients with project management, custom training development and strategic IT infrastructure decisions.
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