By Javier Puerta-Oracle on Feb 04, 2016
Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c was announced a few weeks ago. Here is a list of resources to help partners get trained around all the new features of the new version.
Just released - Oracle Database Cloud e-Book!
This new Database Cloud e-book provides you with a comprehensive look at Oracle Database Cloud solutions which offers full portability between your on-premises and cloud environments. Businesses want to capitalize on new business opportunities quickly and bring new products to market faster. These ‘time to market demands’ are driving IT innovation and change. Database Clouds promise greater agility, lower risk and cost over traditional IT environments. Most organizations will deploy some combination of private and public cloud (hybrid cloud) environment as there are advantages to each model. Oracle DBaaS solutions enable coexistence and migration between both on premises and private cloud deployments and allow for transparent movement of database workloads using the same architecture; same standards, same products, and same management.
Learn the value of
Oracle Enterprise Manager for the Oracle Cloud Platform by
viewing this launch webcast and the two customers that
joined us to talk about their Hybrid Cloud challenges,
advantages of EM and getting started tips & tricks.
Oracle recently announced Oracle Enterprise Manager for the Oracle Cloud Platform, the industry’s only solution that enables Oracle customers to manage hybrid clouds as one, all from a single pane of glass. During the launch webcast two customers, Red Stack Tech (former e-DBA) and Bridge Consulting, talked on:
Oracle Enterprise Manager for Oracle Cloud Platform represents the best vehicle for customers to put their public cloud strategies into practice, and to utilize their cloud credits quickly and effectively.
Invite your customers to the public webcast replay.
Oracle is today announcing Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 5, which simplifies the journey to the cloud. For the first time, you will be able to manage your hybrid cloud as one, from a single pane of glass.
According to a recent Computerworld survey, cloud consumers are struggling with security issues, integration headaches and performance concerns in public and hybrid cloud environments.
The latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager addresses these concerns through new enhancements that manage, migrate, test and deploy applications and databases across hybrid clouds, with 100% reuse of existing management tools and practices. These enhancements will provide centralized visibility and control to Oracle customers on their cloud journey, while helping to ensure that their existing company-wide standards are applied across the estate.
Read the full blog announcement here
Don't miss the announcement webcast on June 25.
|Introducing Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 5
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015
Time: 18:00 CET
With hybrid cloud uptake on the rise, the challenges involved with managing IT environments where public- and private clouds and on-premises infrastructure can thrive as one will become increasingly important.
Oracle is excited to announce our next release of Oracle Enterprise Manager, which will enable customers to leverage the deep management capabilities of Enterprise Manager against the Oracle Cloud Platform. For the first time, customers will be able to manage their hybrid cloud as one, from a single pane of glass.
In this webcast you’ll discover how to:
Senior Director, Systems and Cloud Management, Oracle
In this demonstration, we'll discuss how Oracle Enterprise Manager can provide Lift & Shift capabilities across hybrid clouds while providing consistent governance and enforced compliance.
The May 2015 issue of the Enterprise Manager Indepth Newsletter is now available here.
in April 2015, a new Independent Oracle Users Group survey reveals the
opportunities and challenges that database administrators face today.
Find out what’s on the minds of more than 300 data managers and
market for cloud databases and database as a service (DBaaS) is rapidly
growing. Learn about the top three barriers to adoption, what DBaaS
should look like when it’s done right, and how you can manage DBaaS
using Oracle Enterprise Manager.
For the second year in a row, Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c is nominated for two categories, “Best Database Administration Solution” and “Best Database Performance Solution.” Vote today!
Read full newsletter here
In order to deliver top-quality database cloud services for private cloud, customers need a management solution that raises service levels, reduces deployment times and simplifies IT operations. Featuring David Wolf, Director of Product Management for Oracle.
Watch the on-demand webcast here: Managing Private Database Cloud Services with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c
Oracle Multitenant is helping organizations reduce IT costs by simplifying database consolidation, provisioning, upgrades, and more. Now you can combine the advantages of multitenant databases with the benefits of the cloud by leveraging Database as a Service (DBaaS). In this session, you’ll learn about key best practices for moving your pluggable databases from on-premises environments to the Oracle Database Cloud and back again.
Watch the on-demand webcast here: Best Practices for Migrating On-Premises Databases to the Cloud
Summary: This advisor identifies analytic workloads that will benefit from Oracle Database 12c In-Memory
Tell customers about the advisor and share the white paper to help upsell In-Memory.
Oracle Database In-Memory is designed to optimize analytical processing in the database. The In-Memory Advisor analyzes the analytical processing workload present in your database to determine an estimated benefit for the database as a whole if that analytical workload is optimized.
Share this best practices white paper for In-Memory Advisor with your customers.
They will discover that adding Oracle Database In-Memory to their Oracle Database solution delivers optimal performance for transactions while simultaneously supporting real-time analytics and reporting.
The Advisor can be run on Oracle Database 22.214.171.124 and above, in order to plan your customers' adoption of Oracle Database In-Memory in 126.96.36.199.
Here's a quick summary of key assets generated by last week's X5 engineered systems launch:
Launch Webcasts & Presentations Here
Awareness & Product videos:
Thought Leadership Content: