By Tom Laszewski
Migrating to the Cloud: Oracle Client/Server Modernization is a reference advisor for migrating client/server functions to the Oracle cloud. equipped into 14 chapters, the e-book bargains tips about making plans, opting for attempt and finances, designing the Oracle cloud infrastructure, enforcing the migration, and relocating the Oracle cloud setting into creation.
Aside from Oracle program and database cloud choices, the ebook seems to be at a variety of instruments and applied sciences which can facilitate migration to the cloud. It comprises precious code snippets and step by step directions in database migration, in addition to 4 case reports that spotlight provider enablement of DOS-based purposes, Sybase to Oracle, PowerBuilder to APEX, and types to Java EE. eventually, it considers present demanding situations and destiny tendencies in cloud computing and client/server migration.
This e-book may be worthwhile to IT pros, resembling builders, architects, database directors, IT undertaking managers, and bosses, in constructing migration ideas and top practices, in addition to discovering acceptable solutions.
- Focuses on Oracle structure, Middleware and COTS company applications
- Explains the instruments and applied sciences precious on your legacy migration
- Gives priceless information regarding quite a few thoughts, migration methodologies and effective plans for executing migration projects
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Unlike stored procedures, which typically have 400 to 1,500 lines of code, triggers usually have 30 to 50 lines of code. This means trigger fixes and unit testing will occur much more quickly. 4 apply. 4 Trigger Migration Level of Effort Based upon Migration Complexity Complexity Time Estimate Simple: no complex items Medium: one complex item Complex: two complex items Very complex: all items are complex 80–100 per day 50–70 per day 10–20 per day 5–10 per day The most common complex items in triggers are commit statements, DDL statements in the trigger, and triggers that call system stored procedures or access database system tables.
The cost and resource requirements of a project depend on the number of database servers and the size of the databases being migrated. It is not uncommon for large organizations to consider moving hundreds of databases, applications, and hardware servers to the cloud. Typically, the rough estimate is performed by a migration specialist and can be 60 percent to 70 percent accurate. To complete the estimate quickly, the migration specialist does not analyze every issue in detail, nor does he provide a solution for any problems he encounters.