Upgrading WebCenter Portal to the Cloud
Wednesday May 24th at 1:00 PM EST
There are many iterations of Oracle's Portal technology ranging from AquaLogic Interaction to WebLogic Portal to WebCenter Portal. While many of the older versions of Portal are no longer supported, many companies still deploy them and seek to understand how the technology can be upgraded to regain support as well as take advantage of newer and much improved technologies.
Unfortunately, many companies are not taking advantage of the latest features, or haven’t mapped out their strategy to upgrade to the latest and greatest. Oracle WebCenter Portal 12c not only provides better performance, improved user experience, and more capabilities than previous versions, it is also built to take advantage of Oracle’s newest Portal Cloud Services. TekStream's Portal Accelerator enables companies to quickly deploy engaging portals with pre-defined templates and functionality addressing many business needs. Portal accelerator extends your Portal functionality by providing the ability to easily deploy features such as News, Weather, Stock, Phone Books, and searchable Organizational Charts, quickly target content based on user roles and attributes, as well as extended in context content controls.
In this 30 minute TekTalk, you'll learn about:
- Upgrade options specific to all of Oracle's portal technologies and how to lift and shift existing portals to the Cloud
- Oracle WebCenter Portal Hybrid solutions with Oracle's Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
- Understand the tools and strategies available to ensure your upgrades run as smooth as possible while enabling a faster transition to the Cloud
VP of Solutions, TekStream
As Vice President of Solutions, Troy has an extensive knowledge of IT systems and experience working with high-caliber companies. His technical experience includes 11 years with Stellent/Oracle Universal Content Management application with specialization in Enterprise Records Management, Digital Asset Management, Web Content Management and Information Rights Management. He also brings a strong foundation in web design and development, expertise in all Oracle WebCenter Content Management modules, and operational experience of enterprise level engagements to TekStream. In 2010, he was named an Oracle Deputy CTO in an Oracle program that recognizes a distinct group of leading Oracle Technical Architects from North American Oracle SI organizations.