Uncover millions in savings by migrating from Oracle DB to PostgreSQL

Presented by

Jothi Rengarajan – Principal Architect, Aspire Systems; Jothi Venkatachalam - Database Architect, Aspire Systems.

About this talk

As most of the organizations are shifting from data centers to Cloud, they are also re-evaluating the cost of licensed software and by choosing Aurora PostgreSQL, you can reap numerous benefits. The open source database powered by Cloud has taken over the IT industry as a global phenomenon with relentless innovations, no cost active support and flexible licensing. This webinar is all set to present you the analysis of variety of factors involved in Oracle DB to PostgreSQL migration to Cloud. Get impactful insights from our experts on how you can perform this migration with best practices and ways to mitigate the arising challenges during migration. Learn the unexpected benefits that it can bring to your organization Key Takeaways: · How to migrate from Oracle to Aurora PostgreSQL · The different approaches available for migration · Best practice used across industries · Identification and mitigation of challenges faced

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