Is JD Edwards EnterpriseOne IBM i Express Installation Right For You?

Those of us who have participated in a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation are well aware of the various technical components involved in the process. The challenge of tying together the web servers, enterprise servers, and database servers that support JD Edwards can seem daunting. Implementation teams can take two weeks or more to accurately size, plan, build, and test the underlying architecture.

While these painstaking steps are often necessary to build the most optimized JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system for some companies, other companies may benefit more from a rapid, pre-configured installation.

EnterpriseOne Express Installation for IBM i delivers a base configuration of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne that meets fundamental customer needs, while allowing for modification & customizations. The Express Installation, powered by Oracle Universal Installer, includes all the necessary servers and scripts required to develop basic EnterpriseOne environments.

The Express Installation media includes:

  • Database server
  • Web server
  • Enterprise server (Tools & Applications)
  • Deployment server
  • Change Assistant
  • Updates & ESUs

The benefits of the Express Installation are evident. The initial software installation may take only a few hours. Following further configuration and setup, you will have completed the implementation within days, rather than weeks. With the pre-configured base installation, you will have a stable JD Edwards environment foundation ready to deploy new features like Mobile Applications and UX One.

A lower risk, lower cost, and quicker implementation make EnterpriseOne Express Installation for IBM i worth consideration.

For Express Installation server hardware requirements, or a consultation on whether the EnterpriseOne Express Installation for IBM i is right for your business, contact Corning Data at or 800-455-5996.


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