IOUG E-Brief: Oracle Enterprise Manager
September 10, 2014
An information resource prepared by Database Trends and Applications Magazine and published in cooperation with the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG)
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Wins 2 DBTA Readers' Choice Awards
There are many Oracle OpenWorld sessions with special focus on Oracle Enterprise Manager.
As with every good administrator, either in life or in the data center, being organized is the surefire way to get ahead of the game. Organizing IT resources, whether it's servers, databases, or applications, is a "must" in order to create a sound and stable environment.
Quest IOUG Database & Technology Community News
Be sure to stop by at the User Group Pavilion Sunday through Wednesday in the lobby of Moscone South and catch up with the user community!
Oracle OpenWorld is right around the corner, and for those attending, the opportunity for education is almost endless. Whether you are seeking information on Enterprise Manager, Database 12c new features, high availability, or anything else, there is sure to be a session at OpenWorld on your topic. Be sure to stop by the IOUG kiosk in location at the User Group Pavilion in Moscone South - South Lobby to enter to win books from Apress or a free registration to COLLABORATE 15. In addition, it's a great place for networking - to make new friends and catch up with current ones - with common interests. And be sure and join us for the Enterprise Manager Special Interest Group meeting - date and time TBD - be sure to check the online agenda. We'd love to meet you in person, and hear your feedback.
Just as the title states, this presentation shares a case study of a successful implementation of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.Speaker Kashif Manzoor explains the methods that were used in the implementation to maximize the value of the EM 12c and will share their lessons learned.
The IOUG will present a range of sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 covering Oracle lifecycle management, the evolution of information technology, and the use of OEM for monitoring.
As part of Sunday's Oracle Users Forum at Oracle OpenWorld, IOUG's content-rich program of 40+ presentations will engage attendees with real-world experiences on trending topics.