A rapid increase in the adoption of cloud technologies and associated benefits has created a push in the industry to migrate workloads to popular cloud solutions to remain competitive in relevant markets. Recently, BIAS has found that more and more leading industry organizations are turning to the cloud, assessing its capabilities, and looking for ways to revolutionize their databases and [...]
You’ve made the launch into the Cloud, but one concern you may have now is getting ERP, HCM and PPM to update your EPBCS applications dynamically and without error.
Previously, former Planning on-premise users would dive right into Financial Data Manager Enterprise Edition (FDMEE) or Data Relationship Manager (DRM), toss in some SQL routines and magically complete the integration. Now with Cloud environments, users have an “FDMEE Light” option called Data Management. Data management works well for the occasional load; however, if the data loads aren’t coupled with metadata updates, those loads are subject to errors [...]
In part one of this two-part blog, we provided an overview of the corrective action feature of Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM). In this post, we will be describing what corrective actions are, and how they can be utilized to automate some of the repetitive (and more mundane) daily tasks of a DBA.
We picked one of our medium-sized Managed Services [...]
As an Oracle Managed Service Provider (MSP), BIAS strives to make incident handling and repetitive actions as seamless and automated as possible. Automating repetitive tasks leveraging cloud controls corrective actions, allows us to increase our efficiency as well as provide our customers with a consistent quality of service.
As a starting point, we performed an analysis of our MSP customer base [...]
Cloud technologies are rapidly gaining momentum. Initially, lower storage cost and quick access to environments for development were features that motivated organizations to use the Cloud. Today, Cloud has features for virtually every role of technology within three different models – IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service). A key aspect [...]
Whether it’s online banking, shopping for shoes, or just searching Google to find DIY tips, most website administrators will tell you that their analytics are showing a huge change in the way their audiences are viewing data. In fact, according to Statista, traffic from mobile devices surpassed desktop traffic in 2017, accounting for almost 53% of global online traffic. That’s [...]
I’m Chris Preziotti, a Principal Consultant with the Oracle Applications team at BIAS, and we recently went LIVE with our latest SaaS Cloud implementation at Citizens, Inc., an insurance holding company based out of Austin, Texas. The implementation itself consisted of both ERP Cloud and EPM Cloud, and focused on helping Citizens, Inc. achieve three goals:
Streamline financial processing
Improve internal controls
It is an exciting time to be in IT. There are more and more footprints moving from on-premise to the cloud. We are seeing more and more clients moving not only to the Oracle Cloud, but also to the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
BIAS was approached by a major software developer to assist with the future state roadmap and implementation of one [...]
After decades of research and hard work, self-driving cars have become a reality and are slowly being manufactured by more and more companies. A self-driving car has multiple automated features and can drive on its own without manual intervention. What started as a small car only capable of driving a few miles in a single lane without manual intervention, has now evolved to be an autonomous vehicle which can breeze through heavy traffic in a city like San [...]
I remember when I started my Information Technology career in 1997. I was fortunate for my first role as an Oracle Database Administrator at a large telecommunications company. The first version of the Oracle Database I worked on was version 7.1.6. Over the first few weeks on the job I read manuals such as the Oracle Concepts guide and the Oracle Server [...]