Oracle on AWS
Move Your Oracle Solutions and Databases to the AWS Cloud
TekStream’s Oracle on AWS Services
The biggest challenge most organizations face when defining and implementing their cloud strategies is a lack of knowledge of how to maximize cloud technology. Oracle workloads on AWS can include a combination of multiple approaches depending on each application’s needs. TekStream has the experience and expertise to work with your stakeholders and technical owners to define a path that makes sense for your company, including:
Oracle Applications on EC2
Utilize TekStream pre-packaged AWS templates to speed up the deployment of Oracle systems, with “push-button” provisioning of enterprise-ready and highly available implementations of Fusion middleware applications based on Oracle’s Enterprise Deployment Guidelines.
Oracle Database Implementations on EC2
Maximize the infrastructure benefits of the cloud while maintaining full control over your DB systems,
features, and architecture. Deploy your Oracle databases just as you would on-premises, but
complement them with the cost savings of cloud elasticity and the integration of additional AWS
services (S3, SQS, Glacier, and others) to enhance your current processes and maximize your cost
Oracle Database Implementations “As-A-Service”
Move your Oracle databases to the cloud while freeing up your internal resources by automating time-
consuming tasks such as provisioning, patching, and backups. TekStream will help you find the
appropriate sizing and architecture for each of your application’s needs and leverage the proper AWS service whether it’s Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) – AWS’ fully, managed database service with support for Oracle as well as other commercial database platforms or cloud-native AWS database solutions such as Aurora, Redshift and DynamoDB.
Retooling: Oracle to AWS Services
Oracle to AWS Migration Resources
If you have additional questions about migrating your on-prem Oracle database to the cloud, check out the eBooks below. Learn more about key considerations, potential challenges, and pros and cons of taking your database to the cloud.