Oracle EBS is being utilized for Financials, Procure to Pay cycles by
customer. Client was using 188.8.131.52 version. Client wanted to upgrade to EBS R12.2 with end-to-end Oracle application performance monitoring tools.
Improve end-user response time (application performance).
Improve database performance.
Accelerate root-cause identification for performance problems.
Improve collaboration between DBAs,VMs, developers, operations and other IT teams.
Helped customer upgrade to R12.2 using a like to like model.
Migrated/Implemented new functionality and nice to have customizations after upgrade to minimize cost and to reduce risk on the upgrade project.
Installed Oracle OEM 12c monitoring tool for database and application issues. It has a single interface for all databases and applications.
OS (UNIX) and network related issues, installed DevOps tool (Nagios).
Using Nagios tool DBAs and VM admins can now collaborate to resolve issues in a smoother manner.
Reduced the amount of ﬁnger poin ng and instead let us focus on resolving the issues
All customizations in 11i were successfully migrated to R12.2 post upgrade and included complex upgrades in ﬁnancials and procurement.
Increased database performance and end user experience Improved visibility into their environment and improved collaboration (less ﬁnger pointing for troubleshooting).
Achieved faster problem resolution and more proactive management of databases.
Upgrade the Informa ca from version 9.6.1 to 10.1.1 because of lack from support from...
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