Bluewolf is teaming with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to exhibit their joint services for Oracle technology at Oracle OpenWorld next week.
Executives from Bluewolf will present "From Blueprint to Migration and Beyond: The Life Cycle of Moving to the Cloud," which will detail Bluewolf's new Blueprint service, the firm's process for analyzing and mapping a successful Oracle migration to the AWS infrastructure-as-a-service platform. Bluewolf will also share its successes with managed services in the cloud, including the company's new proprietary Cloud monitoring tool CloudView. A second presentation, "More than ROI: The Business Value of Moving Your Oracle Instance to the Cloud," will examine how AWS is changing the ways companies think about IT infrastructure. The talk will detail the right questions a CIO needs to consider when turning to infrastructure-as-a-service, and will examine Oracle licensing implications for AWS.
"As far as Bluewolf is concerned, we have been in the cloud computing world pretty much from day-one," Tim Johnson, Bluewolf vice president of sales, tells 5 Minute Briefing. Johnson notes that Bluewolf has implemented salesforce.com for more than 2,000 organizations globally. Open to new partnership opportunities, Johnson says, Bluewolf also saw Amazon Web Services as a good fit, and has decided to build out a practice around AWS, providing professional services for it, as well.
For more information about Bluewolf and AWS joint services, go here.