PROMATIS receives Certificate: Expertise in Oracle E-Business Suite Applications to Oracle Cloud in Western Europe

PROMATIS receives Certificate: Expertise in Oracle E-Business Suite Applications to Oracle Cloud in Western Europe

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve achieved Service Expertise in Oracle E-Business Suite Applications to Oracle Cloud in Western Europe. This further demonstrates our commitment to provide holistic and seamless Oracle Cloud implementations.

This award not only testifies to our high level of expertise in Oracle E-Business Suite, but it also presents the satisfaction of our customers.

The Expertise Initiative was launched by Oracle to provide more transparency on the specific capabilities of Oracle partner companies. To receive a certification, an Oracle partner company must meet strict criteria: On the one hand, the requirements include the availability of enough certified consultants in the company, and on the other hand, corresponding customer references must be submitted, which confirm the company’s own project successes for the respective focus field.

First impression on E-Business Suite Cloud Manager 23.1.1

First impression on E-Business Suite Cloud Manager 23.1.1

Johannes Michler PROMATIS Horus Oracle

Executive Vice President – Head of Platforms & Development

This week, the Oracle E-Business Suite on OCI team released the latest release 23.1.1 of E-Business Suite Cloud manager: “Getting Started with Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (Doc ID 2517025.1)”.

Let’s have a quick look at the new features.

New Compute and Database Shapes

Finally, E-Business Suite Cloud Manager is supporting the latest AMD E4.Flex and Intel E3.Flex shapes not only for running the application server or the database tier “on compute” but also with the PaaS service for the database. This is especially important in situations where no / not enough tech licenses for the Database EE are available.

While still with the database PaaS service it is not possible to flexibly scale up and down the available memory as those new shapes have way better performance/price ratio than the previous VM.Standard.2 shapes. Furthermore, typically there is a little bit more memory available which comes in handy especially for small dev/test environments.

For performance measurements on the relevant CPU cores, see the article  Benchmarking CPUs for Oracle E-Business Suite (Database).

The new shapes are nicely integrated into the provisioning flow:

Hopefully, in the future it will be possible to change the memory assigned flexibly there as well – this is something the Database team will need to implement first though.

Furthermore, the new release allows to use VM.Standard3.Flex for Compute instances (Apps- or Database tier). However I still think that E4.Flex provides the better performance/price ratio, so that is not so important for me and my customers so far.

More features

    Beside those new shapes, with the new release the regions Madrid and Chicago can be used.

    Finally, when running the database on Exadata Database Service Dedicated it is now possible to do cloning using snapshots.


    Especially the new database service shapes come in very handy for some upcoming projects of ours. I’m looking forward to using those services and will blog again on some insights during that usage soon.

    From a stability point of view the 23.1.1 release luckily so far caused no new regression issues. ?

    Oracle User Meeting ‘EPM und Hyperion’

    On May 9, 2023, the Oracle Community will meet in Berlin for the user meeting “EPM and Hyperion”. Exchange ideas with experts and benefit from the expertise of other companies.

    Oracle has put together an interesting agenda. Trend-setting use cases such as AIDA Cruises and Tobaccoland enrich the program. Whether you stay on-premises or move to the cloud, there are plenty of exciting topics waiting for you:

    • Cash Forecasting
    • ESG Reporting
    • Integrated Business Planning Experience (IBPX)
    • Steuer-Reporting / Pillar 2
    • Intelligent Performance Management

    Agenda and Registration


    May 9, 2023 | 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr
    Oracle Berlin
    Invalidenstraße 65, 10557 Berlin

    Oracle named as a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Configure, Price and Quote Application Suites

    Oracle has been named as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant due to its market presence, comprehensive CPQ functionality and the scope of its quote-to-cash offerings.

    Oracle CPQ enables your sales team to offer the right product at the right price with an intuitive solution that accelerates sales processes and grows revenue. Using Oracle Sales and CPQ, you can solve the most complex configuration requirements at scale with intelligent recommendations to guide even the largest transactions.

    To the report.