Friday May 10, 2013

New Whitepaper on Exalytics Operational Management

Jules Lane, Manageability Solution Architect at Oracle has written two new whitepapers describing the manageaility aspects of the Exalytics platform.

Improved performance and capacity and a more agile project implementation are primary drivers for Exalytics, however, a great additional benefit is the potential to reduce administration and management costs by 20-40% as compared to traditional platforms, hence dramatically reducing the Total Cost of Ownership.

The target audience is operations managers and team leaders and technical architects.

  • Part 1 is sales oriented and discusses the potential offered by Exalytics for more than 20-40% savings in the costs of operational management of Oracle B.I. systems, and what actions should be taken to fully realize it. These relate to people (and their organisation structure), processes and technology.
  • Part 2 is more post sales oriented and has a summary of the key points in Part 1 one but also a detailed discussion of best practices around carrying out the actual administration tasks for each part of the Exalytics stack.

Manageability Community members can download the files from the Community Workspace. (Download here)

(Remember that you need to be a registered community member to have access to the workspace. Otherwise you will get an error message. You can register here)

Debunking some persistent myths about Oracle Enterprise Manager (#2)

Blogger, Hans Forbrich of Forbrich Consulting, has posted the second in a six part series on "Debunking some persistent myths about Oracle Enterprise Manager". 

Myth 2: Oracle Enterprise Manager is too new to be useful (Read more)

 

Debunking some persistent myths about Oracle Enterprise Manager (#1)

Blogger, Hans Forbrich of Forbrich Consulting, has posted the first in a six part series on "Debunking some persistent myths about Oracle Enterprise Manager". 

Myth 1: There are too many versions. It’s all confusing. (Read more)

 

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