By Javier Puerta-Oracle on Sep 02, 2015
Hybrid cloud uptake is on the rise, and the challenges of managing business-driven IT environments, in which public and private clouds can thrive, are becoming increasingly important and critical. How can you manage a hybrid cloud as one cohesive entity when the journey to cloud is so complex? How do you enable lines of business to consume IT services on-demand when you have competing stakeholder priorities? How do you manage multiple clouds when there’s a lack of insight and visibility?
Read the new Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Rel.5 data sheet describing new features for hybrid cloud management.
The July 2015 issue of the Enterprise Manager Indepth Newsletter is now available here.
In June 2015, Oracle launched Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 5, which dramatically simplifies the journey to the cloud by enabling organizations to manage hybrid cloud environments with a single pane of glass.
Organizations are under pressure to deliver solutions for web, mobile, social media, and other applications as quickly as possible. The latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c accelerates development and testing processes with support for one-click provisioning and seamless migration of workloads back and forth across private and public clouds.
Public cloud solutions are critical to getting applications to market faster, but IT leaders must feel confident they can deliver dependable, predictable performance. Oracle Real Application Testing provides a full assessment of the way system changes will impact performance—before production workloads are moved to the cloud.
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Webcast now available on-demand here!
Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 9:00 UKT / 10:00 CET
Dear Oracle Valued Partner,
The need for business agility, cost reductions and risk control is driving the adoption of the Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) model by enterprises all over the world. Databases are a key component of any business application and therefore the agility in provisioning and managing Database services has a direct impact on the business.
Companies are adopting the Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) model both by rearchitecting their internal IT database infrastructure (Private DBaaS) or by moving some database workloads to Public Clouds. Eventually most enterprises will have a mix of Private DBaaS and Public DBaaS services, in what will constitute a Hybrid Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) platform.
We are launching the FY16 “Private Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS): towards the Hybrid Cloud” Sales Play for Oracle EMEA Partners and we want to invite you to a webcast on Thursday, July 9th, 2015 at 9am UK / 10:00 CET / 11:00 EET where we will discuss:
You can now register for the webcast here:
To add this event to your calendar, please click here.
We look forward to talking to you on July 9th!
Today’s organizations are increasingly adopting cloud-based IT solutions and migrating on-premises workloads to public clouds.
As part of the Oracle Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) portfolio, Oracle Database Backup Service is a cloud-based storage solution for Oracle Database backups. This cost effective, scalable, low-cost backup solution can be used to consolidate storage infrastructure or as an integral part of a multi-tier database backup and recovery strategy.
New collateral is available for you to use and share with your customers.
Watch the animated demo to learn the benefits Oracle Database Backup Service offers your organization.
Ready, set, mark your calendars for our Oracle FY16 Global Partner Kickoff! This year's live, virtual event will be hosted by Oracle leaders Mark Hurd, John Fowler & Thomas Kurian, as well as well as A&C executives. These thought leaders will provide Oracle partners an opportunity to better understand Oracle's cloud transformation, as well our updated go-to-market and sales strategies for the upcoming fiscal year. Save the date for June 23 at 9am PDT, and register today. Partners can also join the conversation with thoughts/questions before the event, as well as live the day-of via Twitter.
The RAC 11g Specialization version is six months away from becoming non-qualifying, so it's a good time for your partners to start reviewing the latest specialization criteria and prepare for the update.
Our Community Forum in Budapest has come to an end. Great real-time demo from FORS showing the database cloud they have now in place where partners can carry out proofs of concept and ISVs can test their applications with all the new DB12c Options (In-memory, Multitenant,...). We are all now ready to go to market with the sales plays presented by Olivier Tordo, equipped with the competitive information provided by Nick Drew and the modern marketing tools presented by Christian Peter.
The third award for top contributors to the Community went to Mark Revitt.
I look forward to meeting you all again next year!
Great second day of the Partner Community Forum. Packed agenda and a lot of interactions and one-to-one meetings.
Erik Cramer got the award as a Top Contributor to the community in this second day.
On Tuesday we kicked off the Partner Community Forum in Budapest. Great presentations by Julian Dontcheff from Accenture, Erik Cramer from Atos, and Mike Revitt from CSC.
Johan Doruiter, SVP for Oracle Systems, EMEA pitched the partner community with a clear message: Now is the time to engage together and transform the customer business the partner business!
The first of the three awards to the Top Contributors to the Partner Community was awarded to Julien Dontcheff for his contributions along the last four editions of the Community Forum in Istanbul, Vienna, Prague and Budapest.
Everything is now set for the Oracle Exadata, Manageability and Servers & Storage Partner Community Forum in Budapest, April 14-16th.
We wish you a good flight to Budapest and look forward to welcoming you there!
It’s that time again!
Oracle OpenWorld + JavaOne Call for Proposals is now open through Wednesday, April 29. Conference attendees are eager to hear from experts on Oracle business and technology, and they’re looking for insights and improvements they can put to use in their own jobs.
If you want to contribute to Oracle Openworld and benefit from the great visibility that being a speaker can provide you and your company, send you proposal now!
The March 2015 issue of the Enterprise Manager Indepth Newsletter is now available here.
In January 2015, Oracle launched an update to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 4 that includes a range of new and expanded tools that make private PaaS environments more adaptive to customer needs. Get the details on what the new release has to offer.
Read a Q&A with leading Oracle ACE director and DBA Kelly Pot'Vin-Gorman, who recently won the Colorado Technology Association's APEX Woman in Tech of the Year award. Pot'Vin-Gorman tells us what makes a great DBA and how Oracle Enterprise Manager can help DBAs achieve their goals.
You can't rush your journey to the cloud. But with the right management tools and practices in place, it can be a much faster, simpler, and more rewarding process than you might imagine. Discover five steps that can help you make a successful transition.
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