Simplify the Cost and Complexity of Managing and Maintaining Your ERP Environment by Moving to the Public Cloud

Organizations running JD Edwards EnterpriseOne can greatly simplify the cost and complexity of managing and maintaining their ERP infrastructure by moving to the Public Cloud, allowing a greater focus on business innovation and concentration on business initiatives.

However, to fully realize the Public Cloud’s benefits, companies must choose both the right Public Cloud and the right Public Cloud Provider to ensure that the benefits of flexibility, elasticity, automation, availability and breadth of services are capitalized upon.

Syntax is unique in that we are the number one ERP provider for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and have more JD Edwards customers in AWS that any other partner. Syntax has created a Maximum Availability Architecture for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and has a dedicated team to benefit from the flexibility, elasticity and automation capabilities that AWS offers.

To understand both the benefits of moving your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environment to AWS and the unique capabilities that AWS brings to EnterpriseOne including Syntax’s Maximum Availability Architecture, join our on-demand webcast “JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on AWS: Flexibility, Elasticity, Automation, Availability and Breadth of Services” where Syntax’s Chief Solution Architect Colin Dawes will join forces with Sam Khidhir, an AWS Solution Architect. During this webcast, Colin and Sam:

  • Review key AWS features, components and benefits
  • Discuss which components of AWS are most relevant to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
  • Introduce JD Edwards EnterpriseOne High Availability and Resiliency Concepts
  • Present Syntax’s Maximum Availability Architecture for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne in AWS
  • Demonstrate Syntax’s automation, monitoring, billing and other SysOps and DevOps tools for AWS

In this webcast, you’ll also see a demo of a JD Edwards deployment on AWS where you will see first-hand Syntax’s automation, monitoring capabilities and Maximum Availability Architecture in action.