Oracle E-Business Suite Archive Managed Services
Organisations moving away from Oracle E-Business to other software vendors, or simply needing to hive off historic data away from their production system, need an Oracle E-Business archiving solution.
Claremont provides a cost-effective service that will ensure that these systems remain available for whatever period the data must be retained and allow you access to your data when you need it. The service is designed to avoid activities that are not required for static systems in order to minimize the costs.
We also offer a simple and cost-effective turnkey archive solution, effectively “Oracle Archive as a Service”, where Claremont is responsible for all aspects of hosting and support, including worrying about how ageing systems can be hosted on future operating systems and hardware.
Flexible pay as you go storage options – only pay for what you use.
Fully encrypted data storage.
Simple turnkey solution.
Future proof archiving technology.
Industry leading N+1 infrastructure.
ITIL based processes.
Some Of Our Case Studies
Rapid Migration of Arqiva’s Oracle E-Business Suite
Arqiva a leading UK communications infrastructure company using Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) to manage its payroll for employees and pensioners. Their Managed Service contract was ending imminently, and they required a provider who could design a new payroll process to support both legislative and business change as well as undertake their EBS Managed Service.
The European Bank Safeguards its Oracle Applications with Claremont's Security Solution
The EBRD makes extensive use of Oracle technology for its three hundred separate databases. A security audit identified that changes were required to ensure these Oracle systems were kept secure. Claremont designed and implemented a solution that would connect all ERBD’s Oracle databases to its corporate identity solution – Microsoft Active Directory (AD) – where its users’ network logons were stored. This would ensure that Oracle users were authenticated against AD, password maintenance was enforced, and each user required only one username and password for multiple applications.