Friday Dec 19, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Zero to Cloud: Fast-Track Your Enterprise to the Cloud

Virtualization, cloud computing, massive growth in unstructured data, transaction volumes, and applications and demands for energy efficiency are all driving datacenters to rethink how IT resources should be deployed. Many enterprises are transforming their IT infrastructure from multiple independent datacenters to an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model, in which shared pools of compute and storage are made available to end-users on a self-service basis. In the IaaS model, users request servers that are created as guest virtual machines, or Guest VMs.

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c is a leading solution for transforming traditional IT environments to enterprise clouds.

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Thursday Feb 06, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle WebLogic Server Management using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Cloud Odyssey: A Hero's Quest

Increasingly, applications running on applications servers truly represent the customer experience. As a result, the traditional line between mission-critical and non-mission critical applications is blurring. The ongoing need for rapid and cost-effective deployment and scale, near zero downtime tolerance, the ability to upgrade and sustain live environments is a key factor for success in today’s connected IT world.

Oracle WebLogic Server is the recognized leader in the application server market by industry analysts and, more importantly, by customers who have experience using and owning several leading vendor products.

Oracle Enterprise Manager provides a comprehensive management solution for Oracle WebLogic Server

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Wednesday Dec 29, 2010

Weblogic domain scale up using EM Grid Control 11gR1

As you know a weblogic domain consists of set of servers running independently or in a cluster mode, sharing the distributed resources. And in most environments weblogic  cluster consists of multiple managed servers running simultaneously and working together to provide increased scalability and reliability.  These servers can run on the same machine, or be located on different machines.  
It's a common task to increase a cluster's capacity by adding new machines to the cluster to host the new server instances.  You can do it by manually installing weblogic binaries to the new host and use pack/unpack commands to add a managed server to this new host.  But with Enterprise Manager Grid Control 11gR1 (EMGC) there is  another way - Fusion Middleware Domain Scale Up  procedure. I'm going to show you how it works.[Read More]
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