Monday Apr 21, 2014

Leveraging Target Properties to Enhance Enterprise Manager Capabilities

Do you still maintain a spreadsheet with Database or Server contact or business unit ownership?  In Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (EM) Target Properties allow you to store descriptive target information, such as Contact or Location, which can then be used in dynamic/administration group definition, reports, incident rules and notifications.   This blog will show you how you can better leverage the features of EM to store your configuration data and utilize it to the fullest extent. 

The out-of-the-box target properties include: 

  • Contact
  • Cost Center
  • Customer Support Identifier
  • Department
  • Life Cycle Status (Development, Test, Staging, Mission Critical, Production)
  • Line of Business
  • Location
  • Operating System – populated by collected configuration data
  • Platform Target Type – populated by collected configuration data
  • Target Version – populated by collected configuration data

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Tuesday Apr 08, 2014

Consolidated Database Replay: Playing Nice Together

Here is a great article from resident Oracle ACE, Arup Nanda, who details insight into predicting the impact of consolidating separate database workloads into one. The article outlines a typical consolidation scenario and explains how Oracle Real Application Testing's Consolidated Database Replay capabilities can help measure the impact of the workload consolidation. A must read for those considering a consolidation project in the near future. Read the article.


Database work load patterns of two applications.


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Friday Apr 04, 2014

Webcast: Database Cloning in Minutes using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Database as a Service Snap Clone

April 10 — 7:00 a.m. PT | 10:00 a.m. ET | 4:00 p.m. CET
April 24 — 10:00 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET
May 8 — 7:00 a.m. PT | 10:00 a.m. ET | 4:00 p.m. CET
May 22 — 10:00 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET

Since the demands from the business for IT services is non-stop, creating copies of production databases in order to develop, test and deploy new applications can be labor intensive and time consuming. Users may also need to preserve private copies of the database, so that they can go back to a point prior to when a change was made in order to diagnose potential issues. Using Snap Clone, users can create multiple snapshots of the database and “time travel” across these snapshots to access data from any point in time.

Join us for an in-depth technical webcast and learn how Oracle Cloud Management Pack for Oracle Database's capability called Snap Clone, can fundamentally improve the efficiency and agility of administrators and QA Engineers while saving CAPEX on storage. Benefits include:

  • Agile provisioning (~ 2 minutes to provision a 1 TB database)
  • Over 90% storage savings
  • Reduced administrative overhead from integrated lifecycle management

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Wednesday Apr 02, 2014

Cloud Odyssey in London

The Cloud Odyssey event happened in London recently. Here is the Storify from the event. Enjoy!

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Tuesday Apr 01, 2014

Managing Pluggable Database as a Service: Questions and Answers

Since the launch of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3, we have received tons of questions around managing Oracle Multitenant, an Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition option, and pluggable databases (PDBs)—more specifically; questions about pluggable database as a service (PDBaaS). In this blog, we provide answers to some of the common questions from people.

Question: What qualifies a database to be pluggable?
Answer: A pluggable database must be a current Oracle Database 12c database, configured for multitenant through a new enterprise edition option called Oracle Multitenant. It delivers a new architecture that allows a multitenant container database (CDB) to hold many pluggable databases (PDBs). An Oracle Database in the old architecture (a “non-CDB”) may be upgraded to the multitenant architecture via a simple process known as “adopting the non-CDB as a PDB”. A PDB is a self-contained, fully functional Oracle Database, and includes its own system, sysaux and user tablespaces. You can learn more about Oracle Multitenant and pluggable database in this whitepaper.

Can the pluggable databases be plugged and unplugged across multiple platforms such as Solaris, AIX, and Linux?
The pluggable database must be endian compatible. Cross endian operations require OGG, Data pump or restore from backup.

In terms of database consolidation, what are the differences between using VMs, dedicated schemas and pluggable databases?
To describe the advantages of using pluggable database vs. other consolidation methods, it can be best illustrated in a simply comparison table.


Comparison of Database as a Service Consolidation Models

Pluggable database combines the best of all the other models and offers excellent consolidation, isolation, manageability and is suitable for any application that is certified to run on Oracle Database 12c. With the other models, we see certain shortcomings. For example, server virtualization offers good isolation but creates compliance and administrative headaches. Schema based consolidation offers ease of management and patching, but limited isolation.

How do you track configuration drift with a pluggable database? I certainly understand drift in the container database, but in what ways would a pluggable database drift from its standard baseline?
This pertains to Configuration Drift Tracking via Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c. One can compare any two Enterprise Manager targets or a complete system such as an Oracle Exadata Database Machine. When you compare at the PDB level, they can differ in the tablespace names, the storage settings of tablespace with same name, or users, etc. Using Oracle Enterprise Manager to track drift, it is particularly useful in comparing difference in your development, testing, and production environments. It is even useful for comparing your standby systems to set standards for compliance requirements.

What is a zone? Is it physical? Regional?
The Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud resource model involves pooling the same target types where it’s combining similar hosts, databases, hardware or other similar resources in to a zone. Zones can therefore be defined by the boundary of the Cloud and exposed through Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c’s self-service portal. In terms of the pluggable database as a service model, you can create Oracle Multitenant container databases and group them to form a database pool that users can then draw from. When the self-service user provisions a pluggable database, they need to simply specify the Zone where they want to deploy. Internally, Oracle Enterprise Manager uses load or configuration driven algorithms to place the PDB in the right CDB.

What will be the DBA and SYSADMIN role in the pluggable DBaaS environment?
With pluggable databases you have common users and local users as well as common roles and associated privileges and local roles and associated privileges. You can isolate user/role/privilege to the PDB by defining only local user/role/privilege. To leverage the manage many as one, you would define common user/role/privilege to act on all PDBs or a subset of PDBs where the common user has create session privileges within the PDB. You would define DBA roles and SYSADMIN roles based on common and/or local user roles.

What if you need custom configurations on a pluggable database? Once the database is deployed via self-service how do you make changes?
Some parameters are modifiable at the PDB level. You would check v$parameter ISPDB_MODIFIABLE value to determine what can be changed. Some customization can be done at the CDB level; however, they would affect all PDBs for that CDB. Oracle Enterprise Manager’s self-service provides a TNS Connect string to connect to the PDB with the right privilege and execute “ALTER SYSTEM” for the parameters that are permissible to change.

If I'm an application developer and I request a database with a certain pre-defined service level, what level of permissions should I expect with that database? Am I getting DBA or SYSDBA privileges with that request?
It depends on what was negotiated as part of the service definition and associated user/role/privileges defined for that service.

Are the pluggable database as a service capabilities for Oracle Database 12c included in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c? Do we need a plug-in? Do we need to license Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Database Management Packs?
You need the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c database and cloud plug-ins. License-wise; the self-service provisioning from Oracle Enterprise Manager is licensed as part of Cloud Management Pack for Database. The Oracle Multitenant option must be licensed if two or more PDBs are plugged into a single CDB.
Watch this short demo called “Using Pluggable Database as a Service (PDBaaS) Self-Service Portal” for a better understanding of deploying PDBaaS using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Which Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Management Packs are required to be able to provide DBaaS?
You need the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Management Pack for Database and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Lifecycle Management Pack for Database to do database as a service. Both of which must be licensed.

If you have shared memory and background processes in the container database, how do you allocate server resources to a particular pluggable database? Can you assign specific amount of CPU cycles, RAM and IOPS for a given pluggable database?
SQL execution is scoped to the PDB as identified by the con_id created during session create. In Oracle Database 12c, Resource Manager (RM) has been extended to include support for Oracle Multitenant. Policies may be defined at the PDB level in terms of the simple-yet-powerful concepts of “caps” and “shares” to determine the allocation of resources between PDBs. In this way, resource manager can control allocation of CPU, sessions and parallel execution servers. Additionally, on Oracle Exadata, Resource Manager can also manage IO and network. Memory management currently is implicitly managed through SGA LRU algorithms and CPU share management.

What is the largest number of pluggable databases you can deploy on Oracle Exadata?
Currently the PDB limit per CDB is 252 PDBs. In Oracle Real Application Clusters environments such as Oracle Exadata, the density of PDB consolidation greatly increases as you may have multiple CDBs per physical server and 252 PDBs per CDB. The maximum limit would be bound by compute resource constraints/limits. And as mentioned in the question on Zone, Oracle Enterprise Manager gives an ability to combine multiple CDBs into a Pool and handle transparent placement. The Oracle Enterprise Manager self-service user therefore won’t be exposed to the underlying limit.

Can I use pluggable database as a service if the target database is 9i or 10g?
You would need to migrate the Oracle Database 9i, 10g and 11g databases to Oracle Database 12c non-CDB and convert them into pluggable databases. The architectural changes within Oracle Database 12c are not backward compatible.

Can Active Data Guard be configured for selective pluggable databases from a container database? I do not want all pluggable databases to have a standby.
In the current release, Oracle Active Data Guard operates at the container level, however, PDB annotations are tagged in the redo stream, so PDB operations on the primary are reflected on the standby.

Does RMAN support pluggable databases?
Scheduled backups are at the CDB layer and include all PDBs. Ad-hoc backups can be executed on individual PDBs. Individual PDBs can be restored from backup.

For complete details of managing pluggable database as a service, be sure to watch this webcast: Delivering Pluggable Database as a Service

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Monday Mar 31, 2014

Munhowen to Reduce Maintenance Costs and TCO by More Than 50 Percent

Munhowen, a leading Luxembourg beverage distributor, decided to replace its existing IT environment. By selecting Oracle technology, including Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Linux and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances, the company was able to enhance system performance and reduce maintenance costs associated with sustaining an optimal hardware environment.

Jean-Pierre Rasquin, CIO, Munhowen, explains: “Implementing Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance helped us to significantly increase our IT environment’s availability, scalability, and manageability—providing superior support, tailored to our business needs, while helping us to reduce maintenance costs.” Read the press release.

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Friday Mar 28, 2014

Oracle Database 2 Day + Performance Tuning Guide

Great Resource for Learning Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

The guide includes coverage of Oracle Diagnostics Pack and Oracle Tuning Pack features such as Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM), Active Session History (ASH) Analytics, SQL Tuning Advisor, Real-time SQL Monitoring and more. Download the PDF or HTML verision.

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Thursday Mar 27, 2014

Cisco Improves Service Quality with Self-Managing Automation

Learn how Cisco improves its database application service delivery using Oracle Enterprise Manager.


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Wednesday Mar 26, 2014

Infographic: Database Manageability—Getting Ahead of the Curve

As a DBA, getting ahead of the demands of the job are challenging enough, day in and day out. A recent IOUG survey on database management sheds new light on some of the top challenges facing administrators. Here's an infographic breakdown on what you need to know.

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Tuesday Mar 25, 2014

Demo: Setting Up a Database Cloud Self Service Portal for Data Cloning Using Snap Clone

This demo shows how to setup a database cloud self service portal for data cloning using Snap Clone in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

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Thursday Feb 27, 2014

Fast Recovery Area for Archive Destination


If you are using Fast Recovery Area (FRA) for the archive destination and the destination is set to USE_DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST, you may notice that the Archive Area % Used metric does not trigger anymore. Instead you will see the Recovery Area % Used metric trigger when it hits a Warning threshold of 85% full, and Critical of 97% full. As this metric is controlled by the server side database thresholds it cannot be modified by Enterprise Manager (see MOS Note 428473.1 for more information). Thresholds of 85/97 are not sufficient for some of the larger, busier databases. This may not give you enough time to kickoff a backup and clear enough logs before the archiver hangs. If you need different thresholds, you can easily accomplish this by creating a Metric Extension (ME) and setting thresholds to your desired values.  This blog will walk through an example of creating an ME to monitor archive on FRA destinations, for more information on ME's and how they can be used, refer to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Administrator's Guide

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Friday Feb 14, 2014

WEBCAST: Accelerate Database Testing for Improved Agility

Accelerate Database Testing for Improved Agility and Cost Savings


Wednesday, February 26, 2014
10:00 AM PST | 1:00 PM EST


Join us in a webcast to learn how Oracle Real Application Testing—an Oracle Database 12c, Enterprise Edition option and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c—work together to provide an easy-to-use solution for making changes to your mission-critical database. Learn from Oracle experts about the new Oracle Real Application Testing capability, SQL Performance Analyzer (SPA) Quick Check. It lets DBAs run quick validations on production databases for any system change.

Discover how SPA Quick Check helps to:

  • Safely test and deploy system changes using real workloads
  • Test consolidation scenarios for better resource management
  • Improve the quality of service for business agility and uptime
  • Reduce administrative effort and risks for database changes

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Friday Feb 07, 2014

VIDEO: Nationwide Deploys Database Applications 600% Faster

Watch the latest Nationwide video to see how they saved administrative time and effort using Oracle Enterprise Manager.



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Thursday Jan 30, 2014

Oracle Enterprise Manager Helps Manage Systems for Gaia Mission

The Italian National Institute of Astrophysics (INAF) has selected Oracle to store, analyze and manage scientific data generated from the European Space Agency's Gaia mission. The mission sets out to provide in-depth 3-D mapping of the Milky Way galaxy over the course of the next 5 years. An estimated 1 petabyte of astronomical data (equivalent to 1 million gigabytes) will be collected and stored in Oracle Database with Oracle Enterprise Manager entrusted to manage the system.

The goal of the Gaia mission will give researchers a better understanding into how the Milky Way was formed and how it has evolved over time. According to Roberto Morbidelli, Scientific Operation Manager at INAF, "Our activity within the Gaia mission will provide a huge volume of information, a very precious heritage of astronomical data that will have to be stored for the whole 21st century and beyond. Oracle has demonstrated in other research contexts that it would be the ideal technological partner to manage scientific projects of this kind of size. Thus we are sure that it will be a successful choice for INAF too. Oracle has been selected for its technology’s reliability, scalability, availability and the appropriate technological evolution planned in the next years; also key was the competence showed by Oracle experts in the development of features useful to our research.”

Oracle Enterprise Manager will be deployed to help manage the multiple Oracle Database instances and Oracle Real Application Clusters. Oracle Enterprise Manager will be used to ensure reliable access to Gaia mission data, allowing for numerous third-party applications and systems that control and verify the correct functioning of satellites and astronomical instruments.

“We are proud to offer our technology to the Gaia mission, an international research project that is of both major importance and high ambition,” said Xavier Verhaeghe, Vice President, Technology & Big Data Oracle EMEA. “INAF’s choice is another confirmation of Oracle’s ability to easily manage the extreme challenges involved in processing petabytes of Big Data."

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Tuesday Jan 28, 2014

Oracle Enterprise Manager at Collaborate 14

Updated March 28, 2014

Below is a complete list of all Enterprise Manager related sessions and activities.  Detailed abstracts are available by going to the Collaborate14 Session Scheduler and providing Title or Session ID in the search box.

You may also be interested in these two related blogs: Focus on Oracle Applications Management at Collaborate and Oracle PartnerNetwork at Collaborate 14.

Monday April 7 - Pre-Conference Day
Title Time Room Session ID Speaker
Workshop: Cloud Odyssey

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Level 3 Lido 3003

931

Oracle Team
Workshop: Simplify, Automate, and Enhance Management of E-Business Suite (EBS) Applications

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Level 1 Sands 101

15526

Ken Baxter & Angelo Rosado - Oracle (with Apps Associates)

Workshop: Database Lifecycle Management

9:00 AM - Noon

Level 1 Murano 3203

936
Michael Smith & Hari Srinivasan - Oracle
Title Time Room Session ID Speaker

Tuesday April 8 - Day One
Oracle NoSQL Database 3.0 release feature review

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

Level 3 Murano 3203

478

Robert Greene - Oracle

Expert Session: Making Sense of the Stereo Instructions. A Walk Through of Setting Up Metrics and Monitoring in Enterprise Manager

10:15 AM - 12:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

980

David Start - Johnson Controls

Quicktip: Data Guard and Oracle Database Server 12c

12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

Level 3 Lido 3103

366

Edward Whalen - Performance Tuning

Quicktip: Fundamental Administration and Management Concepts for WebLogic Server

12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

Level 3 Murano 3206

245

Abhay Kumar - Application Software Technology

Quicktip: High Availability for Oracle Database as a Service (DBaaS) on VMware

12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

Level 3 Lido 3101b

735

Nathan Owen - Blue Medora

Quicktip: Use Cloud Control 12c Corrective Action to be Proactive

12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

127

Javier Ruiz - Database Administration Services

PeopleSoft Application and System Monitoring Basics

1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

Level 4 Marcello 4401A

101140

Raj Garrepally - Georgia Health Sciences Univ

Expert Session: The Best Oracle Database 12c New Features

1:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Level 3 Lido 3005

725

Rich Niemiec - ROLTA

Exadata 101 – What You Need to Know

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Level 3 San Polo 3403

733

Rich Niemiec - ROLTA

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c - Top 10 Features for DBAs

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

582

Leighton Nelson - Mercy

Deep Dive into ASH and AWR

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3003

434

Kellyn Pot'Vin - Oracle

Managing Database Cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Snap Clone and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

497

Wendy Chen - Oracle

Delivering Self-service Cloud Application Services Based Using Enterprise Manager 12c

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3101B

393

Kai Yu - Dell

Welcome Reception

Enterprise Manager Demos:

  • Total Control for Private Cloud (Technology Area)
  • Total Control for Oracle Applications (Applications Area)

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Exhibit Hall - Oracle Demogrounds


Oracle Enterprise Manager Team

Title Time Room Session ID Speaker

Wednesday April 9 - Day Two
DBA 101 : Calling all New Database Administrators

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3005

574

Gustavo Antunez - Pythian

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c High Availability – Lessons Learned

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3105

438

Eric Siglin - Smartdog

Enterprise Manager Demos:

  • Total Control for Private Cloud (Technology Area)
  • Total Control for Oracle Applications (Applications Area)

10:45 AM - 4:00 PM

Exhibit Hall - Oracle Demogrounds


Oracle Enterprise Manager Team

Automatic Diagnostic Repository -- Best Practices

11:00 AM - Noon

Level 3 Lido 3005

2266

Michael Nelson - Northrup Grumman

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: Design, Install, Configure and Manage

11:00 AM - Noon

Level 3 Lido 3105

884

Tom Reddy - Database Administration, Inc.

Oracle EM FeatureTalk #1

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

914

IOUG EM SIG

Mastering Enterprise Manager 12c

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

408

Kellyn Pot'Vin - Oracle

Ensure HA in Database Cloud with Oracle Database 12c:What to do and how to do it

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Level 3 Lido 3101B

398

Kai Yu - Dell

Enterprise Manager Extensibility

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

112

Ray Smith - Portland General Electric (PGE)

DBaaS- Database as a Service in a DBAs World

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3101B

428

Kellyn Pot'Vin - Oracle

Validate extended distance DR workloads for RAC and DataGuard using Real Application Testing and virtualization at little to no cost

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Level 3 Lido 3001A

883

Marlin McNeil - Yucca Group

Happy Hour

Enterprise Manager Demos:

  • Total Control for Private Cloud (Technology Area)
  • Total Control for Oracle Applications (Applications Area)

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Exhibit Hall - Oracle Demogrounds


Oracle Enterprise Manager Team

Title Time Room Session ID Speaker

Thursday April 10 - Day Three
Performance visualizations – One picture worth 1000 words

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3003

2159

Amihay Gonen - Dell

Oracle12c New Features for DBA's

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3103

150

Dan Hotka - Independent

Diagnosing and Tuning Enterprise Manager

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3105

293

Courtney Llamas - Oracle

Tuning Oracle Using 12c Cloud Control

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3101B

756

Rich Niemiec - ROLTA

Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR) - The new tool; how can it help you troubleshoot your databases

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3001A

485

Michael Nelson - Northrup Grumman

Migrating From Applications Unlimited (E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel) to Fusion Applications

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 1 Casanova 605

15254

Anish Desai - Oracle

Taming the AWR Tsunami

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Level 3 Lido 3003

667

Roger Cornejo - GlaxoSmithKline

Learn what it takes to manage the Oracle 12c Database in the Cloud

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Level 3 Lido 3101B

881

Natik Ameen - VitalSoftTech

Python and EMCLI; The Enterprise Management Super Tools

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Level 3 Lido 3105

227

Seth Miller - Collier IT

Enterprise Manager Demos:

  • Total Control for Private Cloud (Technology Area)
  • Total Control for Oracle Applications (Applications Area)

10:45 AM - 3:00 PM

Exhibit Hall - Oracle Demogrounds


Oracle Enterprise Manager Team

What changed the SQL Performance? A Structured Approach to Understanding and Identifying the Root Cause

11:00 AM - Noon

Level 3 Lido 3005

945

Tony Jambu - Wizard Consulting

Cloud SIG: Understanding Cloud and DBaaS Strategies, Best Practices, Skill Sets

11:00 AM - Noon

Level 3 Lido 3101B

713

George Trujillo, Kai Yu, Charles Kim, Ron Batra

Quicktip: Calculating OS CPU Utilization From V$ Views, AWR, and Statspack

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

Level 3 Lido 3003

982

Craig Shallahamer - OraPub

Quicktip: How many ways can I monitor Oracle Golden Gate?

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

Level 3 Lido 3001A

203

Bobby Curtis - Enkitec

Oracle EM FeatureTalk #2

12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

699

IOUG EM SIG

Extending Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Features/Functionality: Oracle Application Express

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

877

Todd Bellaver - Secure-24

SIG Meeting: OAUG Enterprise Manager Informational Session/SIG Formation

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Level 1 Marco Polo 703

15368

James Lui - Aramark

Mining the AWR Repository to Find Unreported Performance Problems

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Level 3 Lido 3005

373

Wayne Sharp - Union Gas

Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-In for Enterprise Manager – Features and Roadmap

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Level 1 Sands 309

15260

Angelo Rosado - Oracle

IOUG Enterprise Manager SIG "Birds of a Feather" Happy Hour Reception

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Level 3 Toscana 3701


612


IOUG EM SIG


Title Time Room Session ID Speaker

Friday April 11 - Day Four (Final Day)
Capacity Planning: How to Leverage OEM12c for Engineered Systems

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Level 3 Lido 3105

102

Maaz Anjum - BIAS

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, Oracle Database 12c, and You!

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Level 3 Lido 3103

200

Bobby Curtis - Enkitec

Using the Oracle Database Diagnostic and Tuning Packs through OEM 12c

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Level 3 Lido 3105

440

Eric Siglin - Smartdog

Saving Time and Improving Agility Using OEM to Build, Manage and Report on Your Private Cloud

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Level 3 Lido 3101B

563

Erik Benner - BIAS

Oracle Exadata Management Deep Dive with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

11:00 AM - Noon

Level 3 Lido 3105

833

Ashish Agrawal - Oracle

Database Provisioning in OEM12c: Provision me a Database Now!

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

Level 3 Lido 3105

602

Maaz Anjum - BIAS

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