Monday Nov 11, 2013

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Delivers Advanced Self-Service Automation for Oracle Database 12c Multitenant

Broadens Support for Managing Full Lifecycle of New Pluggable Database as a Service

Redwood Shores, Calif. – November 4, 2013

News Summary

Database as a Service (DBaaS) offers organizations accelerated deployment, elastic capacity, greater consolidation efficiency, higher availability and lower overall operational cost and complexity. Oracle Database 12c provides an innovative multitenant architecture featuring pluggable databases that makes it easy to offer DBaaS and consolidate databases on clouds. To support customers’ move to this model, Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c adds new automation capabilities to enable quick provisioning of database clouds through self-service, saving administrators time and effort. These new capabilities can help customers adopt Oracle Database 12c faster and pave the way to a DBaaS delivery model.

News Facts

Oracle today announced a new release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, which provides a turnkey, full lifecycle DBaaS management solution for Oracle Multitenant, an option for Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition.

Read full press release here

Wednesday Oct 23, 2013

DBaaS Online Forum - Now available on-demand

The Database-as-a-Service Online Forum  was originally broadcasted on Monday, October 21, 2013, at a US-timezones time. All the content of the forum is now available on-demand for customers and partners to watch and listen to.

The content is available on demand here.

Watch the on-demand forum to hear from analysts and experts on how companies are beginning to transform with Database as a Service, and learn the prescriptive steps your organization can take to design, deploy, and deliver Database as a Service today 

 Agenda

 Keynote

  • Carl Olofson, Research VP, IDC
  • Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Systems Technology
  • Todd Kimbriel, Director, State of Texas, eGovernment Division
  • Eric Zonneveld, Oracle Architect, KPN
  • James Anthony, Technology Director, e-DBA

 

Breakout 1: Design DBaaS

  • Alan Levine, Senior Director, Oracle Enterprise Architects

 

Breakout 2: Deploy DBaaS

  • Michael Timpanaro-Perrotta, Director of Product Management, Oracle

 

Breakout 3: Deliver DBaaS 

  • Sudip Datta, Vice President of Product Management, Oracle

 

Closing Session

  • Michelle Malcher, IOUG President
  • Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Systems Technology

Thursday Oct 17, 2013

Technical workshop with the gurus: Architecting Oracle Database-As-A-Service (DBaaS)

Hardware and Software, Engineered to Work Together

OCTOBER 2013

Invitation:
Architecting Oracle Database-As-A-Service (DBaaS)

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Architecting Oracle Database-As-A-Service (DBaaS)

Dear partner,

We are pleased to invite you to a 2-day workshop dedicated to EMEA partners on "Architecting Oracle Private Database Cloud & Delivering Database-As-A-Service (DBaaS)".

This exclusive workshop will be delivered by Product Management and Product Development from Oracle HQ and focuses on the main theme CIOs are tackling with in the last decade: Consolidation to Private Cloud. For many customers the journey to consolidation has led to DBaaS Cloud deployments to significantly reduce costs and offer agile IT services. With the recent launch of Oracle Database 12c, the game really has changed in terms of what Oracle offers and how database clouds can be deployed.



Who should attend:

  • Enterprise Architects
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • DB Architects
  • from System Integrators and large Independent Software Vendors.

    Take this opportunity to learn from the gurus, how you can help your customers maximize on their cloud consolidation strategies.

    The workshops main focus is service delivery, which includes standardization and consolidation, and how you would help your customers transform their current IT infrastructure to a service delivery model. It will discuss best practices and reviews customer examples that have successfully implemented a database cloud.

    The agenda is split into two days sessions:

    • Day 1:
      • Overview & Planning
      • Database Cloud - Demos
      • Customer Case Studies
      • Database 12c
    • Day 2:
      • Database Cloud - Design
      • Database Cloud - Implementation
      • EM Cloud Control
      • DBaaS on Engineered Systems
      • Question and Answers

    Attendance is free of charge for qualified Oracle partners - Register now for one of the below sessions:

    Date Country Location
    5 & 6 November 2013  United Kingdom   Manchester
    7 & 8 November 2013  Germany  Munich
    11 & 12 November 2013  Netherlands  Amsterdam
    14 & 15 November 2013  Turkey Istanbul
    18 & 19 November 2013  Austria Vienna

    Looking forward to seeing you!

    Javier Puerta
    Director, Core Technology Partner Programs EMEA

    Prashant Barot
    Director, Core Technology


     

     

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