In continuation of the first part on this perspective, it is clearly established that going to the cloud is now not as worrisome as earlier. With the advancement in the range and acceptance of cloud deployments, for the obvious benefits centered on quick implementation, cost reduction and innovative technology, enterprises globally are in varying stages of adoption. Going ahead with some more myth-busters around the cloud adoption, we list down the below in keeping with the insights shared in the previous part. Enterprises can be rest assured that by choosing Oracle Cloud, these myths will be dispelled unequivocally.

Can a regulatory factor prove to be a deterrent?

Earlier, there were instances wherein cloud applications were regulatory complaint, but this is not the case with Oracle cloud applications. Most of these applications do not have the regulations and compliances that prove to be a huge limiting factor towards the actual implementation across enterprises.

Can one rewind the process to go back to on premise?

There may be a need for enterprises to bring back applications to an on premise model, and they are concerned about it being a laborious task. This factor is of no consequence as it is as seamless process as moving to the cloud and very easy to navigate through.

Is it easy to integrate with existing IT infrastructure?

There is an inherent concern around the integration aspect of cloud applications. It revolves around both cloud to on premise systems integration as well as cloud to cloud. But, one need not worry about this aspect. Cloud providers use software based integration tools that makes seamless integration within reach.

This completes our two part blog series drawn out from the insights taken from the Gartner whitepaper interspersed with expert insights from in-house solution experts on cloud.

Now you can Think Light, Think Speed, Think Choice when it comes your enterprise cloud strategy. Go ahead and make that move.

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