What is an Autonomous Transaction Processing Database

Strategic IFS ERP Implementation in Pharmaceutical Industry: Navigating Compliance and Customization Challenges

Implementing ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems in the pharmaceutical industry poses several challenges. One key challenge is ensuring compliance with stringent regulatory requirements, such as those set by agencies like the FDA. The ERP system must be capable of tracking and documenting various aspects of the manufacturing and distribution processes to meet regulatory standards.

What is an Autonomous Transaction Processing Database

What is an Autonomous Transaction Processing Database?

Oracle’s Autonomous Transaction Processing (vCenter HA) offers a transformative approach to database management. Designed to be self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing, this service ensures databases can instantly adapt to the demands of transaction processing and mixed workload applications. Users can choose between a Serverless infrastructure for elastic and simplified deployment or a Dedicated infrastructure for enhanced security and governance. This groundbreaking system not only promises high availability and unparalleled performance but also guarantees reduced costs. By integrating advanced features and a multi-layered security approach, the Oracle ATP ensures an efficient and secure database environment, making it an optimal choice for organizations aiming for technological excellence.

Building Resilient IT Infrastructure – Lessons Learnt from OVH Data Center fire

Building Resilient IT Infrastructure – Lessons Learnt from OVH Data Centerfire

In the aftermath of the devastating fire at the OVH Data Center, businesses worldwide are reevaluating their IT infrastructure’s resilience. From understanding the intricacies of Service Level Agreements to adopting a cloud-native approach, the need for robust and fail-safe systems has never been more crucial. Dive into the lessons learned from this incident and explore strategies, shared by our CTO Daniel Ananthan, to fortify data centers against unforeseen challenges.

Getting Prepared For A Container-Driven Application

Getting Prepared For A Container-Driven Application

Today user satisfaction is the top most concern in digital enterprise. This could be internal or external users and their user experience is one of the most important considerations of the Digital enterprise.

There are multiple variables contributing to the user experience. Some of these elements include

  1. Application performance
  2. Responsiveness
  3. Ease of use
  4. Ease of navigation
  5. Ability of access on any device 

As the demand for better user experience increases application owners are also seeing the demands increasing

  1. Need of increasing the uptime and availability of the session
  2. Need of monitoring the application performance
  3. Need to tune the  application
  4. Need to scale the application resources as when the users/demands grow

Most of the enterprise applications are still deployed as monolithic applications. They are not fluid in terms of performance and scalability. Often the scaling of the application might require forklift hardware upgrades and would take months.

The modern IT demands are much more agile and they need applications which could instantly respond to the demands. The traditional monolithic applications were unable to cater to these demands.

This gave birth to a new application paradigm. This included Microservices, SOA and Container based application development. All of these schools were helping enterprises reduce the application complexity and improve the application development lifecycle. Evolution of Cloud technology perfectly supported these schools and gave rise to multiple technologies which helped create “cloud-native” applications.

I am writing this post on a special day where we received the confirmation of a turnkey container management platform along with compute hardware from a leading telecom operator. This platform will help them to develop and deploy cloud native applications using a single pane of glass. This will help them to develop and scale multiple applications using Cloud native technologies. The benefits of the platform includes

  1. Ability of managing container lifecycle
  2. Rapid application stack provisioning using the built in application marketplace
  3. Integrated monitoring and performance management
  4. Ability of Hybrid cloud application development
  5. Integrated DevOps and testing tool stack

This is only one of our success stories in Cloud native solutions. We have helped a number of government agencies to modernize their applications using Cloud native technologies. These initiatives have been really helpful for the digital transformation of these organizations.

As Analysts predict most of the future workloads are going to be cloud native.  Investment in the development of your new application on Cloud native technologies could save costs for the CIOs.

Some ways how the costs could be reduced includes

  1. Replacing the proprietary runtimes and database stacks using open source databases and application runtimes
  2. Reduction of costs on expensive monitoring solutions and using integrated open source technologies
  3. Reduce the on premise hardware costs for new applications by using Hybrid Cloud and scaling the applications when required
The New Normal is Moving Towards Virtual Reality

The New Normal is Moving Towards Virtual Reality

In the ever-evolving landscape of remote work, the “New Normal” is shifting towards Virtual Reality. As we reminisce about office interactions and navigate challenges like “Zoom Fatigue,” innovations like Facebook’s Horizon Workrooms promise a vibrant future. Integrating VR and AR, the future of work beckons with avatars, virtual stores, and collaborative spaces, redefining our understanding of workplace dynamics in the post-pandemic era.