Oracle User Communities and Enterprise Manager
By Anand Akela on May 30, 2012
Contributed by Joe Diemer, Senior Business Development Manager, Oracle Enterprise Manager
Heightened interest and adoption of Oracle Enterprise Manager has led to keen interest in “manageability” within the user group community. In response, user groups are equipping their membership with the right tools for implementation and use manageability through education opportunities and Special Interest Groups. Manageability is increasingly viewed not only as a means to enable the Oracle environment to become a competitive business advantage for organizations, but also as a means to advance the individual careers of those who embrace enterprise management.
Two Oracle user groups – the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) and the United Kingdom Oracle User Group (UKOUG) – each have Special Interest Groups where manageability is prominently featured. There are also efforts underway to establish similarly charted SIGs that will be reported in future blogs.
The good news is, there’s a lot of news!
First off, the IOUG will be hosting a Summer Series of live webcasts:
- “Configuring and Managing a Private
Cloud with Enterprise Manager 12c” by Kai Yu of Dell, Inc.
Wednesday, June 20th from Noon – 1 PM CDT , Click here for details & registration
- “What is User Experience Monitoring and What is Not? A case study of Oracle Global IT’s implementation of Enterprise Manager 12c and RUEI” by Eric Tran Le of Oracle
Wednesday, July 18th from Noon – 1 PM CDT , Click here for details & registration
- “Shed some light on the ‘bumps in the night’ with Enterprise Manager 12c” by David Start of Johnson Controls
Wednesday, August 22nd from Noon – 1 PM CDT, Click here for details & registration
In addition, the UKOUG Availability and Infrastructure Management (AIM) SIG is hosting its next meeting on Tuesday, July 3rd at the Met in Leeds where EM 12c Cloud Management will be presented. Click here for details & registration.
In future posts from Joe, look for news related to the following:
· IOUG Community Page and Newsletter devoted to manageability
· Full day of manageability featured during Oracle OpenWorld 2012 “SIG Sunday”
· Happenings from other regional User Groups that feature manageability