is a great grassroots charity in India. Please Help.
build an entire bore well for only a few thousand rupees.
This is a photo of a well the Enterprise Manager Blog sponsored:
My Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c book has been mentioned prominently in the March 2013 issue of the Enterprise Manager Newsletter from Oracle, which goes out to thousands of subscribers:
Oracle Information InDepth: Oracle Enterprise Manager
Good Feedback on my book from a reader in the USA:
"I must mention that this is THE book I have ever read and digested in the field of cloud control through Oracle Enterprise Manager, I am very impressed how categorically it has explained the core details."
I have received a copy of my new EM12c book
and while going through it, I found a printing error on page 308.
This is in Chapter 10 which is titled "Ease the Chaos with
Exadata Management". On page 308, there are two paragraphs on the page
(2nd and 3rd paragraphs from the top of the page) that mention that
the “BP1” patch is recommended. The same page also mentions in the fourth
paragraph that Release 2 is recommended. The paragraphs mentioning BP1
were supposed to be removed during the final edit, however due to a
edtorial slip they were (more...)
I am pleased to announce that a new article of mine has been published in October 2012 on the Oracle Technical Network (OTN).
Ease the Chaos with Automated Patching:
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
This is excerpted from my new book "Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Managing Data Center Chaos
", published by Packt Publishing. Enjoy the world of Enterprise Manager!!
HDFC Bank in India (2nd largest private sector bank) went
live recently on a combination of Exadata and Enterprise Manager 12c, to run their internal Databases as a Service (DBaaS) cloud. They were very successful in this venture and presented on the same at
the recent Oracle Open World (OOW). You can download their very interesting presentation from either of the following links:
The presentation speaks for itself. One of the main reasons for them to go the DBaaS way, was to
increase business agility and the presentation is very (more...)
A friend wrote " I could not find any information on capacity planning (database) in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c. The only information i could get is that, it is part of the "Chargeback and Capacity Planning" plugin. There is no documentation available on this. One of my customer was using this feature in 10g and 11g.. and now have moved to 12c and are unable to figure it out. Any pointers would be of great help."
There is no capacity planner in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c right now. There is a consolidation planner. This is not (more...)
Here are some photos on the EM Cloud Control 12c Overview/New Features
seminar that we recently conducted in Bangkok, Thailand. The first day was for Oracle Partners, the second for Oracle Customers.
We covered the EM Cloud Control 12c Overview, Architecture, Database Lifecycle Management pack, Test Data Management pack, Oracle Cloud Overview, and New features of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c in all of these. We also spoke on the Diagnostics/Tuning packs and Data Masking packs.
The updated PDF can be downloaded from this Mediafire link:
This is the Oracle Customer Seminar Photo:
Oracle customers are invited to the Oracle Cloud Builder Summit
events happening across the region. We’ll show them how to build—in only
two hours—an enterprise cloud environment, as well as how to:
- Build and operate
consolidate onto shared, scalable cloud platforms and infrastructure
- Secure and integrate
This content-rich event will feature multiple
demonstrations, customers will learn how to fast-track applications to cloud
with Oracle, and support every aspect of planning, deploying, monitoring, and
managing enterprise clouds.
I was "Ed" in the seminar in Jakarta, demonstrating how to build the cloud in (more...)
Contributed by Pete Sharman , Principal Product Manager, Oracle Enterprise Manager
Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c (EM12c) is a huge release, both in terms of its adoption rate (that is, its uptake in the market) and the amount of functionality included in the product. For those of us that have been around for a long time, it’s very reminiscent of the massive functionality leap from Oracle RDBMS version 6 to version 7 – a quantum leap that makes it difficult to even grasp the breadth of the product now.