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Retaining Previous Agent Images, the Why and the How

I appreciate killing two birds with one stone.  I’m all about efficiency and if I can satisfy more than one task with a simple, productive process, then I’m going to do it.  Today, I’m about to:

New Series of EM Blog Posts

One thing I like seeing is how people use Enterprise Manager. It’s one of the most enjoyable parts of speaking at conferences (apart from the social networking, of course), because quite often the users of Enterprise Manager find ways of using the product that we in Product Management might never have thought of. Sometimes that can lead to useful product enhancements, and other times it leads to much head shaking in disbelief (but since I don’t like exposing that side much you’ll have to grab me at a conference to hear some of those more “interesting” examples!)

BI Publisher Integration in EM12c

As some of you would already know, for my sins I am the product manager with responsibility for BI Publisher in Enterprise Manager [I must have a lot of sins because I’m also responsible for Change Management, Compliance Management, Configuration Management (these three form the Database Lifecycle Management pack), jobs, the target discovery framework, and at least part of DBaaS along with data cloning and refresh </p />
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GoldenGate Plug-in for Enterprise Manager 13.1 is released

Just a quick post to let you know the EM13.1 plug-in for GoldenGate has been released by the GoldenGate development team. I know some of you have been waiting for this, so head on over to the official announcement for all the details!

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EM13c DBaaS, Part 2, Thin Clone Issues

I’ve been working on a test environment consisting of multiple containers in a really cool little setup.

DBaaS RESTful API Cook Book

Having a GUI tool like Enterprise Manager Cloud Control to manage your entire data center is an imperative for most enterprises these days. But in the cloud paradigm, you must also have a uniform API that can be used to tailor the cloud to your business processes and economic models. That API is known as the REST API, and services based on that are known as RESTful services.

EM13c DBaaS, Part 1 On-Premise and the Test Master

With EM13c, DBaaS has never been easier.  No matter if you’re solution is on-premise, hybrid, (on-premise to the cloud and back) or all cloud, you’ll find that the ability to take on DevOps challenges and ease the demands on you as the DBA is viewed as the source of much of the contention.

Advances in Data Clone and Refresh in EM13c

Enterprise Manager 12c introduced a lot of functionality around cloning Oracle databases and refreshing the data once it was cloned. You can see some of the earlier material I have posted on this area in the following posts:

Enterprise Manager STIG Compliance Standards for Oracle Database 11gR2

This is the second of the two posts I wanted to copy from Dave Wolf’s web site. As I mentioned in the first of these two posts, Dave is a colleague of mine who used to own the DBLM area as far as the Enterprise Manager product management team is concerned. However, he has moved to another area in Oracle and I have inherited his responsibilities for change management, compliance management and configuration management, so I want to make sure this material remains available. This post was originally written in April, 2015, and relates to the STIG compliance standards for Oracle Database 11gR2. I’ll be updating this material with another blog in the next month or so with information on the latest STIG compliance standards, so stayed tuned for that! But here’s Dave’s earlier post:

Enterprise Manager 13c, System Broadcast

I thought this was kind of a cool feature- the ability to send a message to appear to specific or all users in the Cloud Control Console.  I have to admit that I used to like a similar feature in Microsoft/MSSQL to send network broadcast messages to desktops that offered one more way to get information to users that they might be less inclined to miss.