A Guide to Running Oracle Workloads with Google Cloud Platform

Many enterprises have Oracle workloads such as databases or data warehouses, which can be an additional roadblock to overall digital transformation efforts. But there is a way to simplify cloud migration and take advantage of Google Cloud services with Oracle-dependent workloads. 

This guide breaks down, the benefits of moving to the cloud, and the challenges companies might face in doing so. We also discuss the specifics of the Google Cloud BMS and Atos Oracle Hotel solutions which simplify cloud migration and allow customers to take full advantage of Google Cloud services while continuing to leverage Oracle-dependent workloads.

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Current situation for those with Oracle workloads

Companies who have Oracle workloads face specific setup requirements and license and support limitations when integrating with, or deploying on, public cloud platforms.


Benefits of moving to the cloud

Migration to the cloud unlocks the potential for you to take advantage of everything GCP has to offer for a cloud transformation, but it also provides additional benefits around cost, scalability, security, and more.


Challenges companies might face

Once you’ve decided that moving to Google Cloud is a good fit for your Oracle workloads, it is time to consider which solution will work best for your needs to overcome potential migration challenges.

“While many workloads can “lift and shift” to the cloud without too much difficulty, Oracle workloads present unique challenges because they often require certified hardware and expensive licensing and support agreements.”