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6 Pre-Migration Factors To Consider Before Oracle EBS to Cloud Migration

Are you planning for Oracle EBS to Cloud Migration? Well, the migration from Oracle EBS to a cloud infrastructure is often considered one of the most complex projects, especially due to the advanced custom features of Oracle EBS. It has over 200 applications and several options that allow you to customize the suite according to your software, however, the same in-depth control makes it difficult to migrate as an infrastructure. 

Well, Oracle EBS to IaaS migration is a high-intensity project, but it is not an impossible task if you prep and plan well before initiating the project. Here are XX essential factors to keep in mind to ensure safe migration from Oracle EBS to the cloud. 

1) Pre-Migration Upgrades

One of the most important pre-migration factors is to upgrade your Oracle EBS, database, browser, OS, and other software before migrating. Make sure that all your software versions and certifications are up to date to avoid functionality issues post-migration. 

2) Interface Requirements

Checking your interface requirements is extremely important. It allows you to determine the complexities of the migration process, and you can make more precise decisions. So make sure you have that covered. 

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3) Storage

When you transfer your Oracle EBS infrastructure to the cloud, you need to choose a cloud platform that provides sufficient storage for complete migration. Therefore, you must check your current storage solution and database IOPS and choose a cloud platform that has matching storage. 

4) Migration Strategy

Before initiating the product, you must have a complete end-to-end data migration strategy to ensure smooth business functioning and minimal downtime. Determine the optimum cutover time and strategize data migration within that time frame to avoid losses. 

5) Post-Migration Security & Monitoring

Before choosing a target cloud platform, you must understand its security features, backup solutions, and monitoring capabilities. This will help you develop a clear idea about which cloud platform to choose according to your business needs. 

6) Testing Strategy

Oracle cloud migration is a strategic process, and therefore, you need a continuous testing strategy that covers various aspects such as UAT and POC. You can use a blend of manual and automated testing solutions to improve efficiency. Top-class automation testing tools can help you automate plenty of time-consuming testing procedures, and you will get precision results every time. 

Conclusion

Due to the robust infrastructure of Oracle EBS, businesses often refrain from migrating to a cloud infrastructure. However, the cloud infrastructure offers greater flexibility, scalability, and performance. 

Even though Oracle EBS to Cloud migration is more complex than other infrastructure, it is not all a risky task. And with the right preparation and strategies, you can get the best of both worlds. 

So, if you are planning a migration, make sure you have the above 6 essential factors covered in the pre-migration stage. 

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