In January, 2020, we announced the next generation of Oracle Enterprise Manager, which is designed to make it easy for customers to adopt Oracle Cloud. We also announced a new Enterprise Manager benchmark certification by the Center For Internet Security (CIS) that eases adoption of database security best practices.
Below are some of the reactions from Oracle customers and partners.
“Epsilon runs marketing and loyalty programs for many of the world’s most well-known companies and we depend on Oracle Enterprise Manager to maintain top performance,” said Joe Kopilash, Senior Director, Database at Epsilon. “We are already heavy users of Oracle Enterprise Manager’s automation features and regularly perform sophisticated analysis on Oracle Enterprise Manager data, so we are excited to leverage the new migration workflows and to use the advanced Oracle Exadata analytics features in Oracle Enterprise Manager along with the new Grafana Plug-In for Oracle Enterprise Manager.”
“We depend on Oracle Enterprise Manager to optimize our Oracle Database and Oracle Exadata fleet, which provides a mission-critical shared service for all of our most important business functions,” said Jones John, Database Services Manager, Technology and Innovation Division at Link Group. “The latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager allows us to adopt the newest Oracle Exadata X8 environments without delay, and to continue to use Oracle Enterprise Manager’s comprehensive management automation capabilities across our entire hybrid database fleet.”
“Our key public sector and commercial customers and our own experts use Oracle Enterprise Manager every day to manage their Oracle Database and Oracle Exadata fleet,” said Erik Benner, Vice President, Transformation at Mythics, an Oracle Cloud partner. “The new Oracle Enterprise Manager functionality to ease migration to Oracle Autonomous Database and to apply machine learning analytics to their Oracle Enterprise Manager data is precisely what is needed to ensure they can continue to operate seamlessly across their entire database fleet.”
“We are using Oracle Enterprise Manager to help customers such as Unicoop Firenze migrate to and adopt the Oracle Autonomous Database,” said Marco Bettini, CEO at Bridge Consulting, S.R.L., an Oracle Cloud partner. “The newest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager builds on Oracle’s best-in-class automation and analytics to ensure the performance and security of our customers’ most important asset – their data.”
“Oracle Enterprise Manager has provided best-in-class for manageability for Oracle Database for years,” said Ernest Molinaro, CEO at Compasso, an Oracle Cloud partner. “As more and more of our customers migrate their databases to the cloud, it’s natural that Oracle Enterprise Manager will serve as their migration solution to ensure they get there with minimal risk and effort.”
“Our customers are excited to move to Oracle Cloud, especially for the new autonomous offerings,” said Brian Bream, CEO at Collier IT, an Oracle Cloud partner. “We will use the new Oracle Enterprise Manager Migration Workbench to help them get there even faster, due to both the efficiency gains provided by the automation and the assurance of success provided by the built-in validations and best practices.”
“Oracle Enterprise Manager provides key control features that ensure the security of enterprise data, on premise and in the cloud,” said Pravin Patil, CEO at Kapstone, an Oracle Cloud Partner. “The new features in Oracle Enterprise Manager will increase the usage of data encryption, and the new compliance standards from both Oracle and third-parties will help our customers maximize their own security posture, whether their data resides in their data centers or on the public cloud.”
“We rely on Oracle Enterprise Manager as part of our hosted database services,” said Andrey Tambovsky, Technology Director at FORS, an Oracle Cloud partner. “Oracle Enterprise Manager’s timely support for the latest versions of Oracle Autonomous Database and Oracle Exadata Cloud will allow us to bring the newest and most secure Oracle technology to our own customers, and the advances in automation and analytics will ensure that we can exceed our service level goals with less effort.”
“Cybersecurity challenges are mounting daily, which makes the need for standard configurations imperative. By certifying its product with CIS, Oracle has demonstrated its commitment to actively solve the foundational problem of ensuring standard configurations are used throughout a given enterprise.”
Curtis Dukes, CIS Executive Vice President of Security Best Practices & Automation Group