JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning gives customers an easy-to-use, automated framework for deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environments in Oracle Cloud. Customers inherit all the benefits of an agile cloud deployment while keeping full control of their deployment options to meet unique business needs.
JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning provides an intuitive interface for automated deployment. This interface enables customers to configure their Oracle Cloud account details and orchestrate the deployment plan by choosing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne components, server names, and virtual machine sizes. After the deployment plan is completed, a single click automatically deploy a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications 9.2 and Tools 9.2.1 environment to the cloud.
The completed deployment comprises a fully functional JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system running on Oracle Cloud virtual servers, including:
Customers can leverage their existing technology licenses for Oracle Database and Oracle WebLogic Servers on Oracle Compute Cloud Services.
JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning is complemented by the release of our Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (AMS4JDE) Version 188.8.131.52.0 for Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control (EM 13c). This version of the AMS4JDE plug-in allows customers to automatically deploy the Enterprise Manager Hybrid Cloud Agent to their Oracle Cloud environments and enables them to manage JD Edwards EnterpriseOne deployments to Oracle Cloud and on-premise from a single console.
The automated deployment of a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system with JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning powered by Oracle’s Compute, Database, and Java Cloud Services enhances agility and lowers the total cost of ownership (TCO) for customers while preserving the choice and control they have over their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system.
For more information about how to get started with JD Edwards One-Click Provisioning, see the following resources:
Blog by Ward Quales, Senior Director @Oracle.
Source: Oracle Blog