Oracle announces Oracle Soar, a tools package to ease application migration on cloud

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Oracle recently released Oracle Soar, a brand new tools, and services package to help customers migrate their applications on the cloud.

Oracle Soar comprises a set of automated migration tools along with professional services i.e. a complete solution for migration. It is a semi-automated solution that fits in with Oracle’s recent efforts to stand apart from other cloud providers which offer advanced automated services.

Tools available within the Oracle Soar package are:

  • Discovery assessment tool
  • Process analyzer tool
  • Automated data and configuration migration utilities tool
  • Rapid integration tool

The automated process is powered by True Cloud Method, which is Oracle’s proprietary approach to support customers throughout their cloud journey. Customers are also guided by a dedicated Oracle concierge service that ensures the migration aligns with modern, industry best practices.

Customers can monitor the status of their cloud transition via an intuitive mobile application, which allows them to follow a step-by-step implementation guide for what needs to be done on each day.

With Soar, customers can save up to 30% on cost and time as it offers simple migrations taking as little as 20 weeks for completion of the process.

Oracle Soar is currently available for customers from the Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle PeopleSoft and Oracle Hyperion Planning who will move to Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle SCM Cloud and Oracle EPM Cloud.

Read more about Oracle Soar, on Oracle’s official blog post.

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