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Upgrade Advisor: Database from 9.2 to 11.2 (Doc ID 264.1)

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Upgrade Advisor: Database from 9.2 to 11.2 (Doc ID 264.1)

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Database Upgrade Lifecycle Advisor from 9.2 to 11.2 > Evaluate
  1. Overview:

    The goal of the UPGRADE - EVALUATE phase is to evaluate future and core business requirements and 
                explore new possibilities for the enterprise to improve efficiency,            effectiveness or competitive advantage. Emphasis on improving business            through upgrading existing hardware/software in the current system.

  2. Areas of Focus:          

    • Potential business improvements which can be achieved by upgrade.  Examples:
      • Performance and scalability improvments
      • Process improvements
      • Resource optimization
      • Risk reduction
    • Upgrade strategies
    • Upgrade impact

    Expected Outcome / Deliverables:          

    • Documented GO/NO-GO decision for upgrading to a new and specified version
    • Documented understanding of the impact for the business              
      • Expected benefits for the business
      • Expected costs (people, other recources, time, impact on other systems)
    • Documented Risk Assessment

  3. Scope:

    This document is intended to guide customers on the path to plan for and execute an upgrade their Oracle Database from Oracle Database 9i release 2 (9.2) to Oracle Database 11g release 2 (11.2).  Guided paths for other versions will be made available at a later date.  Customers wishing to upgrade from 9.2 to any later Database version (up to 11.2) may consult the                           10g Upgrade Companion [ID 466181.1]                         .           

  4. Knowledge:

  5. Communities:

    Join the                           Upgrade Advisor Community                         to take advantage  of an extensive resource network including Oracle's Upgrade SMEs to get  answers to your questions, share best practices with others and give us  your suggestions to improve the Upgrade Advisors.

    For all other types of 'technical questions' related to your products, please keep on using the existing product  specific communities: