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Breaking the Barriers between Oracle PaaS and SaaS
Wednesday July 19th at 1:00 PM EST

While some people get the differences and the value of cloud technologies such as IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, most of us only have a vague idea of what the alphabet soup of acronyms represent, what they offer, and more importantly, how they work together to drive effective business solutions. 
Breaking the barriers between PaaS and SaaS will help to illustrate exactly what Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and even Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) really are, how they work, and how they can be orchestrated to help you do more with less. Cloud technologies bring a vast amount of capabilities that can sometimes be daunting when you are looking to solve a particular business problem. This TekTalk will help you understand some of the key elements and how they can be combined to create unique solutions that are designed to expand and grow to fit your business needs.

As part of this TekTalk, we will cover:

  • Cloud technologies and how they are categorized 
  • Key use cases for each "type" of Cloud technology
  • How other companies have combined elements of each technology "type" to meet specific business requirements 
  • A checklist of considerations as you investigate your Cloud technology options
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Presented by:

Troy Allen

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.