iArch Solutions Presenting at ODTUG Kscope19

By April 19, 2019EPM Presentations

ODTUG Kscope19 is the premier Oracle developer conference, attracting Oracle experts from all over the world. This year the conference is being held in Seattle, WA and will run June 23rd through June 27th. iArch Solutions Principal, Joe Malewicki, is honored to be presenting again this year.

iArch Solutions will also be an exhibitor at Kscope19 so stop by booth 224 to check out this year’s theme, win some prizes and chat about your company’s cloud roadmap. If you have not registered yet for the conference use code IAR19 to save $100. We look forward to seeing you there!

Find Your Path to the Cloud

Primary Presenter: Joe Malewicki, Jr [Principal – iArch Solutions]
Time: Jun 26, 2019 (09:00 AM – 10:00 AM)
Room: 205, Level 2

Migrating to cloud may seem like an overwhelming task, but if you want to stay with your current on-premises software, you can still take the first step towards the cloud with an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution. With this option, it’s like you are getting a new stadium to compete in, but you’re keeping the same high-performing team. 

We will discuss the different cloud offerings and if upgrading your software in the process can also benefit your team now or in the long run. We will discuss just how cost effective an on-premises upgrade can actually be. The cost and time savings alone might make you head back to the office and start planning the upgrade project today. If you’re ready to fully shoot for the cloud and migrate off of your on-premises software to the latest and newest, then a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution is for you. You can get the cutting-edge products with no hardware costs involved. 

We’ll go over both options during this presentation and also look at a hybrid approach of starting with IaaS and then moving to SaaS as you bring on new technologies or sunset existing legacy systems. 

Please join us for this educational and informative session and let’s get you up to where you should be today! And remember—one person’s “cloud” is just someone else’s “computer.”

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