MiCORE’s Chief Technology Officer and VP of Managed Services to share best practices for Cloud Migration at Oracle’s hallmark annual event.
RESTON, VA – MiCORE Solutions, a provider of database consulting, remote database management, and managed cloud services, today announced that David Stout, Vice President of Managed Services, and Ram Bhandarkar, Chief Technology Officer, will be presenting at Oracle OpenWorld 2016.
Oracle OpenWorld, the company’s hallmark annual event, takes place from September 18-22, 2016 in San Francisco. Stout and Bhandarkar will deliver their presentation titled “Avoid the Storm Clouds: 10 Things to Consider Before Making a Transition to the Cloud” on Sunday, April 18, 2016 as part of User Group Sunday at the event.
As a growing number of organizations begin to implement cloud-based data solutions, the demand for information around how to successfully make the transition from on premise to cloud computing is at an all-time high. Especially desirable – but difficult to come by – are use cases outlining the migration of critical production workloads to the cloud.
MiCORE will share two use cases of client organizations that moved core customer-facing applications to the cloud, along with best practices for selecting a cloud provider and how to make a seamless transition to cloud computing. Attendees will walk away with an understanding of the process taken to move critical production workloads to the cloud and how to avoid cloud migration pitfalls.
“The cloud – and Oracle’s cloud – continue to gain traction in the market. We are eager to share our insights and experiences with a circle of experts who are also inspired by the ongoing advances in cloud computing,” says Stout. “Given OpenWorld’s reputation for delivering innovation, this year’s conference should be nothing short of a standout event. We are delighted to have the opportunity to take part in it.
Find MiCORE’s presentation on the Oracle OpenWorld Session Catalog here. [Session ID: UGF6601]
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