VIC Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c: New and Exciting Features

Where: Melbourne: Oracle Office, Level 5, 417 St Kilda Rd - Young & Jackson Conference Room.
When: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 05:30pm - 07:30pm
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Cost: Free for AUSOUG members.

Presentation: Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c: New and Exciting Features

Oracle Enterprise Manager is a comprehensive management platform for managing customer's Oracle deployments. In the early days Enterprise Manager was favoured by Database Administrators to monitor, troubleshoot and manage Oracle database only. However, over the years, Enterprise Manager has been greatly enriched to include many features like Incident Manager, Patch Plans and Compliance Framework to just name a few.
Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c has continued the evolution by giving customers what they want in today's digital landscape. Oracle's vision for Enterprise Manager is to provide a single point for managing Oracle assets, whether in their on-premises data centres, or in Oracle Cloud. Enterprise Manager is the central communication hub, providing time-critical information and collaboration for managing Oracle applications, databases, middleware, hardware and Engineered Systems.
A number of EM13c new features will be discussed during this session, including : Always-on Monitoring, Infrastructure Management, Configuration Drift and Compliance Management, and Hybrid Cloud Management.
You can expect to gain an overview and basic understanding of these new EM13c features from this session.

Tommy Tang is a Principle Solution Consultant at Oracle Corporation specialising in Database Technology and Cloud Solution.
Tommy has about 27 years of IT industry experience, mostly in consultancy roles with local IT shops and 8 years at Oracle.
Tommy has witnessed part of the Cloud evolution first hand. He started as a programmer writing Pro*C, PL/SQL and Forms application at the height of Client-Server deployment in the early 90s where Windows was the preferred platform. Soon after Y2K it was followed by the introduction of Oracle Grid Computing architecture where commodity hardware had taken the centre stage. During that period, he was predominately involved in building, configuring, tuning, migrating and managing Oracle database for large and small customers, and leveraging key technology components like RAC, Enterprise Manager, Data Guard and ASM.
In the last decade the proliferation of mobile devices such as smartphone, iPad and watches etc, has changed the technology conversation to Cloud Computing. As a result, he found his database line of work has shifted from On-Premises to Cloud discussion. Although the fundamental Oracle database technology has not changed dramatically, largely due to the foresight of Oracle Hybrid Cloud Strategy, a lot of Oracle new enhancements have been developed to assist and facilitate customer with Cloud deployment and consumption. It’s thus far the fastest growing technology advancement he has ever experienced and looks forward to seeing and sharing his views of this new brave new world.

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