How does deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure work?

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Did you know that Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) supports the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application, ensuring high application availability for your business and greater security for the multi-host topology?

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a platform that brings together integrated cloud services, enabling companies to build and run a wide variety of applications in a high accessibility, customizable, secure, and high-performance environment. The system also offers computing resources and virtual network storage capacity that can be accessed securely from a local network, in addition to several useful services. With advances in technology and greater efficiency in IT infrastructure, more and more organizations are investing in cloud computing as a scalable solution to reduce costs, increase data security, and improve information organization. EnterpriseOne can be deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

Deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on OCI

To deploy JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on OCI, Oracle recommends creating separate subnets for each instance, such as database, application, and so on, to ensure that each appropriate security requirement can be implemented properly on the different subnets. Instances can be created in private or public subnets, based on access need. Instances in public subnets, for example, can be accessed over the internet, whereas private instances are not accessible over the network. Considering this, it is possible to implement the deployment in three scenarios:

  • All instances deployed in private subnets

    This model is recommended for production environments without internet-facing endpoints, and is therefore useful when the manager wants to have a hybrid deployment with the cloud as an extension to existing databases.

  • All instances deployed in public subnets

    Oracle recommends this option for quick demos or for production-level deployments without built-in endpoints. It is important to note that this deployment is only suitable if the company does not have its own data center or cannot access the instances via VPN (virtual private network) and wants to have access to the infrastructure over the internet.

  • Instances deployed in public and private subnets

    This type of deployment is recommended by Oracle when there are endpoints (endpoints for communication and transmission of information) facing and not facing the internet.

When deploying with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, managers can achieve high performance at guaranteed service levels, as well as granular control over the JD Edwards environment, leveraging the same software, licenses, and current training for internal staff and end users. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure still allows the migration of most JD Edwards EnterpriseOne deployments without causing major changes to configuration, integration or business processes, therefore resulting in a more flexible and reliable implementation and higher performance. However, before planning the deployment or migration of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, you need to identify whether Oracle Cloud Infrastructure supports the version of the application, tools, and operating system used to run the applications.

Count on Go On Associated for your deployment

Go On Associated is an Oracle partner and offers the best services and solutions to meet your company's unique demands. Our team of skilled professionals provides all the support you need to implement JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and enjoy all the benefits of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. With the support of Go On, your organization can count on cutting-edge technology and performance optimization, hallmarks of Oracle solutions.