Optimize JD Edwards EnterpriseOne in the Public Cloud

The blueprint of essential decisions to move JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to the public cloud.

What’s your optimization profile?

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for public cloud empowers business agility, operational efficiency, faster innovation, and automation all while lowering total cost of ownership. But companies considering migration to the public cloud are at risk of underestimating the costs and complexity involved.

Moving to the public cloud changes the deployment model, service model, and overall consumption. There are also several options for migrating a JD Edwards ecosystem to public cloud including rehosting, replatforming, and refactoring. The recommended approach can vary for JD Edwards vs. each third-party application.

This white paper provides a blueprint of essential considerations for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne customers moving to the public cloud.

You'll discover: 

  • 5 drivers to developing a cloud strategy: the why, what, when, how, and who of migration.
  • ERP and cloud architecture requirements including corporate profile, system availability, disaster recovery, and more.
  • Key factors in selecting a hyperscaler such as storage, migration tools, security, and budget.
  • How to determine the scope and strategy of your ERP project and identify any need for ERP professional and managed services.

While hyperscalers offer myriad functions, it takes time and experience to choreograph them successfully. By understanding this complexity from the outset, you can avoid major roadblocks as your project moves forward.


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