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We performed a comparison between Oracle Cloud and SAP Business One on AWS based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

Find out in this report how the two Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
To learn more, read our detailed Oracle Cloud vs. SAP Business One on AWS Report (Updated: July 2022).
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"Oracle Cloud has wonderful features and offerings as a service. It's not just a pure-play cloud product or SaaS application. It has a complete suite from infrastructure to platform as a service to software as a service, and this is what I find most valuable in Oracle Cloud. For infrastructure on the cloud or infrastructure as a service on the cloud, there's OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure). Oracle Cloud is easily available. You just click it. I also found the feature of creating a landing zone valuable. Oracle Cloud is also very flexible as it lets you have a hybrid cloud model along with other cloud solutions. I also like that it offers good management on the cloud. Oracle Cloud is ready to use as a service, and that's wonderful because the time to market is very quick. I also like that Oracle Cloud offers high performance and high availability. A lot of people claim that there's high availability in their companies' cloud operations, but technically speaking, pure high availability in today's context is found in Oracle Cloud.""Overall, I would say that Oracle Cloud provides support with zero down time and the high probability is very good.""Oracle Cloud is reasonably scalable - I'd rate it seven out of ten.""The most valuable feature of this solution is the Interface.""I head the sales and marketing team. So, specifically on the feature set side, multi-tenancy is the one that I'm most familiar with. It's also the one that we found to be the most beneficial to us because it allows us to take clients that have multiple sites. For instance, one of our larger clients, which is a bank based out of South Africa, has offices in multiple countries. It allows us to multi-tenant each and create a tenant for each country within multi-tenanted architecture.""It is more secure and more controlled than an on-premises deployment.""It's a cloud, so it is easy to access anywhere.""The pricing isn't too bad."

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"The way we can make changes in new fields, or make new rules with our IT department, has been very useful.""Technical support from SAP is great.""SAP Business One on AWS has good documentation and has many services in the cloud.""The most valuable features of SAP Business One on AWS are the CRM and the sales module.""Setting up Business One is straightforward. It took us about three months to deploy Business One on AWS."

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Cons
"It does require some training in order to be able to use it effectively.""Oracle Cloud could be improved with better third-party integrations.""They could add more features.""What I'd like to see from Oracle Cloud is an option for the customer to have a single portal to manage and monitor not just Oracle Cloud, but some of the on-premise products in the hybrid scenario as well. If it can be shipped out as an out-of-the-box solution, that would be wonderful. It's not so easy, but for a company like Oracle, it shouldn't be a problem. Many customers go through a lot of effort and burn money to achieve this, so it's an opportunity for Oracle to provide it for customers looking for this type of solution.""The biggest challenge I'm having with the cloud offering is the sizing. So, pricing becomes difficult. The sizing challenge is in terms of being very clear on how your data growth or your requirements would be. It becomes a bit difficult to be able to ensure that there's enough future proofing in what you've signed. At the same time, the whole idea behind the cloud is to be able to pay for what you use. You don't want to pay for something that you're not using.""Areas that need improvement are the pricing and the support.""Oracle Cloud's price is very high.""The solution could always be less expensive."

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"The look-and-feel of the system is quite outdated as compared to a lot of other products out there.""The solution has a feature that shows you the purchase order that you put on a project and requires you to approve it to be applied to the project, but it doesn't let you move the purchase order to another project. That would be a great feature to have, because if you don't approve it, you have to delete everything and make it again.""SAP Business One on AWS could improve by adding more functionality to the web client.""SAP Business One on AWS could improve by having more customization and more user-friendly automation.""I would like SAP to replace Business One's fixed Web client with a native Web solution. Right now, their remote access is based on RVP. We have to access the solution through a Windows-based client. It's not a native Web interface."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "The pricing is the best."
  • "Pricing needs to be improved."
  • "The price of the solution should be reduced to a price that people can afford."
  • "The price for Oracle Cloud may seem expensive, but if you start comparing features and what Oracle offers, you'll realize that the pricing for Oracle Cloud is competitive. If you consider every aspect of Oracle Cloud, you'll see that its price tag is reasonable because it has a good user interface, user experience, and management. Oracle Cloud is a sophisticated infrastructure and the level of management it allows you to enjoy isn't available in other solutions, so I wouldn't worry about needing to invest huge money into it because it's a wonderful product to use."
  • "Its pricing is complex, but as partners, we can get away with quite a bit of discounting because we deal with them directly. I would rate their pricing probably a one or two out of five because they're quite expensive. Microsoft Azure will probably be the cheapest because depending on the Microsoft product that you have, they have some sort of bundling. There are things that they give you to get you onto Azure. AWS is probably somewhere in the middle."
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  • "Licenses are available on a monthly or yearly basis, and it costs about $1,200 per license, per user."
  • "The price of SAP Business One on AWS could be lower, it is expensive."
  • "The price of SAP Business One on AWS is reasonable for what we use it for."
  • "We have an annual cost for licensing and storage in AWS."
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    Questions from the Community
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    Top Answer:Oracle Cloud has wonderful features and offerings as a service. It's not just a pure-play cloud product or SaaS application. It has a complete suite from infrastructure to platform as a service to… more »
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    Top Answer:Licenses are available on a monthly or yearly basis, and it costs about $1,200 per license, per user. Given what you're getting from the system, I think it's worth it.
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    Overview

    Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has all the services you need to migrate, build, and run all your IT, from existing enterprise workloads to new cloud native applications and data platforms.

    Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution that helps enterprises streamline all cloud computing processes such as handling data migration, configuring virtual machines, controlling access to cloud resources and more. It provides businesses with non-volatile memory express (NVMe) drives to store, archive or manage large data volumes and a storage gateway to protect data from web threats.

    The mobile hub allows developers to build, manage, and deploy mobile applications, which can be connected to Oracle ERP, CX, HCM, and other third-party systems in cloud or on-premise environments.

    The application offers a cloud access security broker (CASB) tool, which enables organizations to analyze threats using user-behavior analytics (UBA) and third-party feedback. Features of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure include vulnerability analysis, data migration, email alerts, log data analytics, cost management, issue tracking, code versioning, IT infrastructure monitoring, access control, and tagging. Administrators can determine and resolve anomalies in real-time, manage customer experience using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), and track changes across resources via notifications. The Web Application Firewall (WAF) allows enterprises to secure applications against cyber attacks and malicious traffic using security tools such as bots and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS).

    Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides RESTful APIs, which let enterprises build cloud applications. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Domain Name System (DNS) helps businesses manage, create, and add various DNS records. Organizations can store files in a centralized repository, manage data transfer processes, and build AI-enabled assistants using the Oracle Digital Assistant platform.

    Oracle Cloud Infrastructure comes with an API, which facilitates integration with several third-party platforms. It is available to users for free and on monthly subscriptions. Support is extended via online measures.

    Why Customers are Choosing OCI:

  • Cloud services where you need them

  • Optimize enterprise apps without costly rearchitecture

  • Build and run cloud native or third-party apps with open source tools

  • Harness your data to uncover new business value
  • Oracle Cloud is the industry’s broadest and most integrated public cloud. It offers best-in-class services across software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and even lets you put Oracle Cloud in your own data center. Oracle Cloud helps organizations drive innovation and business transformation by increasing business agility, lowering costs, and reducing IT complexity.

    Small businesses can now access all the benefits of the SAP Business One solution on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud without needing to make long-term commitments or costly capital expenditures for the required IT infrastructure.

    AWS and SAP have worked together to test and certify the SAP Business One solution on the AWS cloud. Both SAP Business One, version for Microsoft SQL Server and SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA have been certified on the AWS cloud platform.

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    Sample Customers
    Kenya Airways, Cell, Panasonic, Frontera, M&C Saatchi, Lumentum, WA
    Comba Telecom, Exeter Family Friendly, GranBio, Kim Tech Ceong, Wego, Blue Ocean Systems, Whitebox Retail Logistics
    Top Industries
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    Comms Service Provider33%
    Computer Software Company22%
    Healthcare Company11%
    Pharma/Biotech Company11%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company20%
    Comms Service Provider12%
    Government7%
    Educational Organization7%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company26%
    Comms Service Provider16%
    Media Company9%
    Manufacturing Company7%
    Company Size
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    Small Business19%
    Midsize Enterprise19%
    Large Enterprise62%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business22%
    Midsize Enterprise13%
    Large Enterprise64%
    REVIEWERS
    Small Business33%
    Midsize Enterprise44%
    Large Enterprise22%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business29%
    Midsize Enterprise13%
    Large Enterprise58%
    Buyer's Guide
    Oracle Cloud vs. SAP Business One on AWS
    July 2022
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    Oracle Cloud is ranked 7th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) with 9 reviews while SAP Business One on AWS is ranked 4th in Cloud ERP with 5 reviews. Oracle Cloud is rated 7.8, while SAP Business One on AWS is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Oracle Cloud writes "Flexible and high-performing, with high availability and excellent technical support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SAP Business One on AWS writes "Valuable project features that include adding new fields and rules to customize the solution to our business". Oracle Cloud is most compared with Amazon AWS, Google Firebase, DigitalOcean, Alibaba Cloud and Virtustream xStream, whereas SAP Business One on AWS is most compared with Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud and Alibaba Cloud. See our Oracle Cloud vs. SAP Business One on AWS report.

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