Oracle Migration to AWS

We’ve been migrating and managing Oracle workloads to Amazon Web Services (AWS) since 2012. We will guide you through the transformation process, including licensing, security, cost management, architecture and governance.

  • Why AWS?
  • The question we’re asked repeatedly is whether Oracle legacy applications can be migrated and run on AWS. Download the datasheet to learn more. Download Now

Cloud Migration. Don’t know where to start? Leave it to the experts.

We’ve already moved 160+ Oracle workloads to AWS and have the partnerships, certifications and expertise to give you the confidence you need to move forward, including:

  • AWS Partner since 2012, Premier Consulting Partner since 2016
  • Strategic Collaboration Agreement signed with AWS in 2018
  • AWS Managed Service Provider (MSP) since 2015, certified under independent audit
  • Deep Partnership with Oracle Since 2002 (Platinum tier) with founders from Oracle Consulting Services

We have a maturity and unique skill set around Oracle migration. Whatever you have in legacy Oracle Applications, such as ERP (E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft or JD Edwards), database, middleware, analytics, EPM, and related technologies -- we can migrate it for you, from start to finish and beyond into managed services

AWS’s extensive portfolio of services requires expertise to implement. Every member of our cloud services team is required to have AWS accreditation and certification, and multi-dimensional experience. You want to work with a partner that understands the full range of complexity when undertaking the planning, migrating, implementing, integrating, adopting, and managing multiple business apps in the Cloud.

AWS Certifications:

Apps Associates has earned the following

  • Oracle Migration MSP

RISO Transforms IT by Migrating their Data Center to the Cloud

Download this case study to find out how Apps Associates designed a cost-effective cloud platform in order to reduce capital and operational costs. This resulted in significant cost savings by avoiding new hardware purchases and by redeploying IT staff to projects that directly supported the core business.

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