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The Future of Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS)

Cliff Godwin, Oracle SVP EBS Product Development, has just released a new support timeline that announces Oracle's commitment to release subsequent versions to the EBS 12.2 with premium support being available AT LEAST to 2030. 

Great news for EBS customers who are interested in continuing to leverage their current EBS investment.


For more information, go to the Oracle Lifetime Support Policies landing page.

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Comments 8

Guest - Christine Hipp on Thursday, 15 June 2017 11:53

Great news for those of us with large investments in our EBS products! This allows us the flexibility to plan our IT roadmaps and migrations to the Cloud while retaining support from Oracle for our current platform!

Great news for those of us with large investments in our EBS products! This allows us the flexibility to plan our IT roadmaps and migrations to the Cloud while retaining support from Oracle for our current platform!
Guest - Velumuthu on Friday, 16 June 2017 04:51

Great news to EBS Consultants too.....

Great news to EBS Consultants too.....
Guest - Mark Clark on Friday, 16 June 2017 17:29

Definitely something to share with those being told by their Oracle salespeople that EBS is being sunset, and at end of life and they need to move to oracle cloud immediately.

Definitely something to share with those being told by their Oracle salespeople that EBS is being sunset, and at end of life and they need to move to oracle cloud immediately.
Guest - Northrup Rand Knox III on Thursday, 06 July 2017 11:28

This is very convenient for those to invest heavily in their EBS Applications. Great news for those of whom wish to stay with EBS for many more years to come. Another great, and very beneficial move would be updating to the cloud services.

This is very convenient for those to invest heavily in their EBS Applications. Great news for those of whom wish to stay with EBS for many more years to come. Another great, and very beneficial move would be updating to the cloud services.
Guest - stephen nicholson on Monday, 10 July 2017 14:00

Mark, Oracle is committed to it's on-prem customers and will provide new licenses for any on-prem product that you have. Please feel free to contact me if you hear otherwise.

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Guest - Hari on Tuesday, 11 July 2017 04:45

Hi,
Why cannot we move to third party software support? Why we have to be with Oracle?
Regds,
Hari

Hi, Why cannot we move to third party software support? Why we have to be with Oracle? Regds, Hari
Cindy Force on Tuesday, 25 July 2017 17:51

UPDATE: Oracle elaborates on this announcement in the July 2017 EBS Roadmap Update.

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UPDATE: Oracle elaborates on this announcement in the [url=https://oaug.org/blog/update-oracle-ebs-roadmap-july-2017]July 2017 EBS Roadmap Update[/url]. Be sure to subscribe (below) to receive additional updates related to this blog post.
Guest - amar on Thursday, 31 August 2017 07:43

good news for EBS users.it will definitely help to plan the future activities and manage the further things as required.

good news for EBS users.it will definitely help to plan the future activities and manage the further things as required.
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