of companies surveyed say their number of applications is growing. 66% say managing those applications and databases has a negative impact on competitiveness.
If you are a DBA facing these challenges and striving to be a DBA superstar, you'll learn valuable lessons from my recent interview with Mughees Minhas, Oracle VP, Product Management, Database Management
We talked about the DBA's changing role especially around the tools they use, including Enterprise Manager, and Oracle Management Cloud (OMC), Oracle's new cloud-based management solution.
Mughees has an interesting background, not only having worked on many of what now makes up the Autonomous Database, he is responsible for the group who develops Enterprise Manager, and is also responsible for facets of Oracle's new Oracle Management Cloud. The theme of my questions to Mughees are around DBAs, and in particular, what is the future of management tools for DBAs. In his current role, he is helping to shape that future with new technologies within Enterprise Manager and complementing those tools with modern functions best delivered on a cloud platform. Listen in, and let me know your comments.
Figure 1: Cloud-based log analytics simplifies database troubleshooting.
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